The Kia Sorento SUV may still be a fresh face in America and elsewhere, but in its home market of Korea it’s been around long enough to warrant a facelift. And that’s what it’s got now, although changes are so small that you might struggle at first to tell the difference.
But the Kia aficionado, if indeed there is such a thing, will quickly notice the fancy new headlights with their slightly raised edges like fine mascara on beautiful eyes, the subtly revised front grille with an extra dab of chrome, LED daytimers inside the headlights, and Kia’s signature quad fog light design finally making its way to this SUV. The 2018 Kia Sorento Facelift also benefits from more gloss black accents, new taillight graphics, and tailpipe as well as wheel design.
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Inside the big Kia SUV gets fine leather upholstery and leather-accented steering wheel among its upgrades. The kit now includes available blind spot detection, turning headlights, drowsiness sensor, inductive charging, and heated and cooled cup holders. 2018 Kia Sorento Facelift also comes with, in Korea, a 2.2 liter diesel engine with 240 horsepower which ought of make it one of the most efficient cars in its class. There is also 2.0 liter petrol, and the standard transmission is an 8-speed automatic.
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