2017/2018 Kia Sportage – All You Need To Know

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Kia’s all-new Sportage retains the brand’s well-known value proposition while delivering some of the best handling and performance numbers in the segment. The completely new interior delivers luxury touches at low price points and the only downside we could find is the size of the cargo hold. If you’re looking to inject a little fun into your compact family CUV, check out the Sportage Turbo. Be sure to watch to the end where we compare the Kia to the main competitors in America.

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39 comments

  1. Wayne Williams 19 May, 2020 at 23:03 Reply

    Sporty is about handling. Mazda is the zoom,zoom brand b#cause do handling,not speed.perhaps a combo of speed&handling= sporty

  2. Rigid Liquid 945 19 May, 2020 at 23:03 Reply

    It would be nice to know how you would rate the acceleration and ride feel of the AWD EX trim with 2.4L engine and smaller wheels.

  3. TheHvk 19 May, 2020 at 23:03 Reply

    KIA has been killing the game with value. They're the best overall brand period right now IMO. I'll be very curious to see how Genesis does as a brand. I hope it does well as they're providing just as many features as the Germans, but for 60% of the price. If you don't care about a goddamn badge, they're definitely the way to go.

  4. arkadianriver 19 May, 2020 at 23:03 Reply

    what does "sporty" mean? In it's most practical highway terms, to me, it's acceleration both at speed (when wanting to pass or move out of someone's way fast) and from slow or stop (when wanting to merge onto the freeway). Otherwise, for driving pleasure, "sporty" takes on the sense and feel stuff you describe about the CX-5 over this.. but to me that's not as important as practical performance.

  5. Gregarious Solitudinist 19 May, 2020 at 23:03 Reply

    The whole trunk space thing has gotten completely blown out of proportion. You car reviewers need to CHILL OUT!! Four people do not take SIX suitcases on a trip to the mall. To assume that anyone needs 70 cubic feet of space is just SILLY.

  6. Chiefin Mina 19 May, 2020 at 23:03 Reply

    This is a great review! You are soo thorough, well organized, and i enjoyed how you pointed out little details that I haven't seen in other reviews about this car. Subscribed for such a comprehensive review! Thank you!

  7. Steve Wise 19 May, 2020 at 23:03 Reply

    The Sorento allows drivers to adjust the headrest up, down, back, and forward. The Sportage could use those headrests.

  8. Chris Royale 19 May, 2020 at 23:03 Reply

    Terrible suspension. I regret buying it for almost 2 yrs. Don't spoil your money pls. These guys takes money to say good things.
    Finally it's your choice. Above all mileage is terrible too.

  9. Isaiah Smith 19 May, 2020 at 23:03 Reply

    Rented the previous generation Sportage for my trip to the Grand Canyon and Vegas I'm 6'1 245lbs and I had room to have sweaty relentless animal sex fairly comfortably with my now ex-GF in the back seats I'm going to go ahead and give a 9/10 for the back seats. True story….

  10. Walter Black 19 May, 2020 at 23:03 Reply

    Didn't quite get the part about cabin noise, are you saying that wider tires will have less cabin noise or the other way around?

  11. Johnny Tampocao 19 May, 2020 at 23:03 Reply

    I like the presentation and review of every car you are covering very detailed, one of the best.

  12. David Zavala 19 May, 2020 at 23:03 Reply

    can you do basic model reviews? in in the market for one but I can't afford the top of the line, as a matter of fact I can only spare 20k. it will be nice to see who give you the most for less money. when you do a fully loaded well there's a lot to like and even the ride becomes different. now if you do the basic one it will be more down to earth.

  13. T N T Mc 19 May, 2020 at 23:03 Reply

    You said the sportage lags at being the most fuel efficient in this segment but which vehicles make and model are the most fuel efficient in this segment?

  14. DanielSangster 19 May, 2020 at 23:03 Reply

    I have a fully loaded sx turbo awd with every option. I love it more than my previous BMW x5. The only drawback is fuel economy. Im getting 15-16 mpg in mixed driving, but I do have a heavy foot though.

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