Reviews the 2014 Kia Sorento

With the redesigned-for-2014 Sorento, Kia has improved its seven-passenger crossover with better driving dynamics and more comfort and convenience features, says reviewer Joe Bruzek. The automaker claims that around 80% of the crossover is new and that its interior is roomier, but exterior styling looks only mildly updated, and according to Bruzek, the cramped cabin's dimensions are virtually unchanged. 

2014 Kia Sorento Review


It looks like a facelift really and not 80% new model as claimed. Looks similar to the Sportage. But is cheap compared to an BMW X5 though

Brady Holt

"The Sorento remains an oddly sized SUV that commits neither to being a compact SUV like the Honda CR-V and Chevrolet Equinox..."

The Equinox is firmly in that same odd size category -- an inch and a half narrower than the Sorento but three and a half inches longer.


2014 sorento steering is too lightweight and i did not feel as confident when cornering. i prefer the more solid feel of previous models(feel more connected with the road). new model is too carlike-inferior driving dynamicscompared to previous models.

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