The third generation of the Kia Sportage came out in 2010, so the model is about three years old now. Despite some cabin tech that could use an update, the SX trim Sportage uses the latest engine technology to maximize power and efficiency. Read full review
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The Sportage SX is available in front-wheel- or all-wheel-drive versions. Both feature a descent control mode to help on slippery hills. Read full review
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A cosmetic update for the 2013 model year is included in all Sportage trims, with an LED parking strip in the headlight casing. Read full review
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The Sportage SX has a direct-injection turbocharged 2-liter engine, smaller than the 2.4-liter engine standard at other trims, yet generating 85 more horsepower and getting similar fuel economy. Read full review
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Kia tunes the Sportage's suspension to the rigid side, aiding handling but leading to a bumpy ride over rough surfaces. Read full review
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The Sportage does not include a huge amount of cargo space. With the rear seats down, it should be ample for most needs. Read full review
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Underneath the rear cargo floor, Kia includes a storage area with neatly divided sections. Read full review
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Leather seats and soft touch materials on the dashboard give the cabin an upscale feel. Read full review
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The rear seat is a typical bench. Read full review
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The Sportage uses an electric power-steering system, but Kia does an excellent job tuning it for natural response. Read full review
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The simple instrument cluster includes a display for trip data in the middle of the speedometer. Read full review
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The six-speed automatic transmission comes with a manual mode for sequentially shifting through the gears. Read full review
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The optional navigation system includes maps stored on a flash drive, here showing traffic flow information on surface streets. The maps only show in plan, or flat, view, with no perspective option. Read full review
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The touch screen allows quick input of alphanumeric data for addresses. Read full review
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Traffic data can also be viewed as a list. Read full review
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A USB port and auxiliary input sit next to each other below the dashboard. Kia includes an iOS cable with one end plugging into both USB and auxiliary inputs. Read full review
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Kia's music playback interface includes song data and a button to pause music, somewhat of a rarity in car stereo interfaces. Read full review
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The rear-view camera shows distance lines, but no trajectory or automatic obstacle recognition. Read full review
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