Introducing the all new 2021 Kia Sorento SX, Hybrid, and X-Line SUVs. Three different trims, infinite adventures.
The 2021 Kia Sorento made its North American debut on Tuesday. The fourth-generation SUV gets a complete redesign, riding atop a new platform, offering more technology than ever and, of course, wearing updated duds.
The Sorento, which was first introduced in 2002, has always been a cleanly styled, attractive SUV. Thankfully, designers stuck to the same script for 2021, as the new model is both chiseled and handsome. Front and center is a modernized take on Kia’s signature tiger-nose grille, which is flanked by angular lamp assemblies. Piercing through darkness, LED headlights are standard. The vehicle’s flanks are uneventful but punctuated by six different wheel designs, with rims ranging from 17 to 20 inches in diameter. As for the Sorento’s rear, it has some interesting details, including its name spelled out in blocky letters at the bottom of the liftgate. Overall, this three-row SUV looks a bit like a pumped-up Seltos crossover with a few elements from the extremely popular Telluride sprinkled in for good measure — and this is not a bad combination.
Inside, the new Sorento looks seriously sharp. Its dashboard is nicely sculpted, housing a variety of display screens. It offers beautiful diamond-quilted leather with contrast piping and satin-finished bright trim for a bit of pop. Metal inlays and open-pore wood furnishing are also on the menu. If this cabin is anything like the Telluride’s, Kia will have knocked it out of the park.
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