2018 Kia Sorento Review, Redesign, Engine and Photos

Last major redesign, Sorento crossover, made by Kia, suffered in 2015. Ahead of then, in 2010, its unibody architecture brought accomplishment of this model. Now, this vehicle continues to impress with its styling and interior design. New crossover is coming as 2018 Kia Sorento, and first spy shots have been made, but these are not uncovering an excessive amount of, because vehicle was under heavy camouflage. What make fans pleased is the new design, too as new features inside the cabin. Also, new drivetrain is also possibility, at the same time as suspension setup.

2018 Kia Sorento Interior Photo

2018 Kia Sorento Redesign

As we are obtaining more facts everyday about 2018 Kia Sorento, it is nearly specific that crossover will come redesigned. Specialists think that it could possibly be nonetheless early for such changes, though fans are afraid vehicle may possibly lose sporty look. Due to heavy camo, it is hard to see what is changed on the new crossover. Headlights and fog lights are revisited, also as air dam. Grille has honeycomb shape, and it seems like wheel arches will be new.

Rear glass is redesigned, so superior look must be offered. From spy shots, while this is nevertheless testing version of 2018 Kia Sorento, we can not see what is waiting inside this SUV. Even so, even if we can peak inside, we doubt this could be final version which is going to appear at dealerships.

2018 Kia Sorento Engine

Not merely engine, but also transmission was described in some rumors, that might be new. These are nonetheless speculations, and existing powertrain could discover its approach to 2018 Kia Sorento. New crossover is also going to get few trims, and for instance, existing vehicle has seven versions and three types of engines. Entry level L and LX are having the smallest drivetrain, which could possibly be carried more than.

2018 Kia Sorento Engine

It is 2.4-l 4-cylinder unit. Higher EX model gets turbocharger for smaller sized engine, and there are special four V6 trims, with, you guess, V6 drivetrains. This one, 3.3-l unit that produces 290 hp may very well be boosted to crunch more than 300 horses. A 6-speed automatic gearbox and front-wheel drive are standard solutions, though AWD comes at greater trims. There are going to be also Dynamax AWD models, but cost of these are going to become considerably raised.