Kia Offering Low Lease, APR on 2011 Sportage

The redesigned 2011 Kia Sportage compact SUV is just hitting dealers — is showing more than 1,500 in its national new-car inventory — and early adopters will get decent deals on the model.

Kia and Hyundai have been known to put cash back and other incentives on brand-new models in the past to generate early buzz and add market share. While the Sportage doesn't have any cash-back offers, there is a low lease offer of $229 a month for 36 months with $2,499 due at signing. The offer is good through Aug. 31.

The low APR offer is 1.9% for 36 months and 2.9% for 60 months, which is pretty good for a new model. There is a 4.9% APR for a longer 72-month term. The APR deals are good through Oct. 4.

If you’re interested in the larger and slightly more expensive 2011 Kia Sorento SUV, there is a $1,000 cash-back offer plus an additional $1,000 in cash back via either competitive owner or loyal owner programs.





I'd prefer KIA improve the Sportage.
The gearing is WAY too tall. (3.195 is too tall even for front wheel drive. Use 3.32 from the Sonata Hybrid for front drive, use 3.713 from the Sorento for 'awd')

The engine needs more power (cue the direct injection version)

I like this low APR offer of Kia. I must like the 36 months plan which comes in low interest. But the long term of 6 year is a really welcomed step from Kia.
The 2011 Sportage seems to be a royal SUV. With the additional cash back offer most people will like to buy that Kia model.


Look out! with the cash back incentives and the good APR the sorento is better equipped and larger for less money than the sportage, drive both and compare, i got a sorento

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