Three Cheers for 2017 Kia Sportage

Whether you’re loading up the family for a long trip to the west coast or sitting in start and stop traffic, the 2017 Kia Sportage can assure an easy cruising ride.

Featured in the Washington Post’s Cars Section, the new Sportage has lots offer for new and experienced drivers alike. With a turbocharged engine option, matched with exception interior and exterior craftsmanship the Sportage is definitely a win. And you can get yours at a low $21,427 at Beyer Kia.

2017 Kia Sportage

MSRP: $21,427 FWD or AWD
16.4 Fuel Tank Capacity 23/30 city/highway MPG
Touch Screen Display Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatible (standard on EX and SX Turbo Trims)
Rear Camera Display (standard) Park Assist (EX and SX Turbo Trims)
Blind Spot Detection (EX and SX Turbo Trims) Lane Departure Warning
Auto Emergency Braking Bluetooth Connectivity (standard)
Steering Wheel Audio and Phone Control (standard) Cruise Control (standard)
USB/AUX Input (EX and SX Turbo Trims) Charger Port
Trip Computer (standard) Tilt and Telescopic Steering
Remote Keyless Entry Push to Start (EX and SX Turbo Trims)
Leather Seats (EX and SX Turbo Trims) Heated Seats

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Source: Washington Post

SUV Showdown: 2016 Kia Sorento vs. Acura MDX

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Forbes recently did a great write-up on the Kia Sorento focusing on the user interface. The Sorento was pitted against the Acura MDX and (Spoiler Alert) it knocks out the competition!

According to the writer:

“Overall, the ‪#‎Kia‬ ‪#‎Sorento‬ impressed us bumper to bumper. It is as stylish as any car in its class, and its bumper crop of features and a delightfully intuitive user interface make it a clear winner over the ‪#‎Acura‬ MDX.”-Forbes

From our experience, the Kia Sorento steps up to the plate against many luxury SUV’s, whether it’s BMW, Lexus, Acura, or even Volvo XC90.

Where will you find your 2016 Kia Sorento?

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Source: Forbes

2015 Sedona – What a Ride!

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I have never been a fan of the minivan– I have the theory that the worst drivers on the road are men driving minivans because they are mad they have to drive one.

That has all changed for me. I drove the all new 2015 Kia Sedona to the beach last week with my wife and grandkids. I was blown away by how nice the Sedona felt, drove, and the multitude of cool and easy-to-use features! Even climbing aboard was effortless, as the seat slid back making is easy to jump right in (especially since I’m not all that flexible anymore).

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The technology and dash layout are exceptional. My iPhone music synced in seconds and all I had to do was plug it into the jack! There are plenty to choose from, no matter what kind of device you have (audio, video, vacuum cleaner, etc…)!

The weather was hot but the zone climate control let everyone set their area to a temperature that suited them best. Another plus was that there are more cup-holders than any other vehicle I have ever been in! Smart move Kia!

Kia put some serious engineering effort into making sure this minivan does all that any of its competitors can, plus much more. It was great to drive and the kids loved it too! Watch out Toyota and Honda!

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