Kia Teases Next Generation Sorento SUV

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Kia's Sorento SUV is about due for a redesign, and the South Korean automaker has given the world a blurry look at the next version through the release of a couple of concept sketches and an accompanying video. The new look bears more than a passing resemblance to the recently unveiled Sedona minivan, which itself adopts a more SUV-like stance with a distinctive hood instead of a sloping front end like most vans. The new Sorento builds on that theme, but still maintains some distinctive design cues.

Rumor has it that the new Sorento will debut in South Korea next month, with an international debut at the Paris Motor Show in October. Our first look at it stateside could come at this year's Los Angeles Auto Show in November, if Kia decides to bring it over.

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By Aaron Bragman | July 29, 2014 | Comments (1)

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jeanne Good

I have been very disappointed with the service I have received on my Kia. This was my first new auto purchase and I was so excited to drive home in my brand new Sorento. After about 30,000 miles my auto went into limp mode and I took my car back to the dealership and told them I was having trouble with a hesitation when taking off they made the repairs to the cause of the limp mode. They did not address that issue of the hesitation, having the great warranty was what drew me to purchase the Kia instead of a another S.U.V. After a few months the car went back into limp mode and it was the problem I had to complained about earlier. At this point the towing has expired on my warranty. And to top it off the repairs were also not covered. Now I am having more problems after 3 years of owning this S.U.V. Sorry I purchased the Kia even though I like the car itself.

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