Brand New 2021 Kia Sorento uk deals

Compare brand new 2021 Kia Sorento prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £4190 from our dealers. Our 2021 Kia Sorento deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Kia manufactures 11 model variants.

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Manual Diesel 2.2CRDi 197 SS 5 2.2 200 177 £30700 Save £4568
Manual Diesel 2.2CRDi 197 SS 5 2.2 200 178 £34100 Save £5374
Manual Diesel 2.2CRDi 197 SS 5 2.2 200 179 £38100 Save £5734
Auto Diesel 2.2CRDi 197 SS 5 2.2 200 190 £36100 Save £5554
Auto Diesel 2.2CRDi 197 SS 5 2.2 200 193 £40645 Save £5908
Auto Diesel 2.2CRDi 197 SS 5 2.2 200 196 £43945 Save £6205
Auto Diesel 2.2CRDi 197 SS 5 2.2 200 191 £38445 Save £6210
Auto Petrol Hybrid 1.6h T-GDi 226 SS 5 1.6 229 158 £38845 Save £1495
DCT Diesel 2.2 CRDi 199 SS 5 2.2 202 176 £41245 Save £1574
Auto Petrol Hybrid 1.6h T-GDi 226 SS 5 1.6 229 166 £42745 Save £1651
Auto Petrol Hybrid 1.6h T-GDi 226 SS 5 1.6 229 168 £46945 Save £1819
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Kia Sorento

There are 'KX-1', 'KX-2', 'KX-3', 'GT Line' and '4}-uk-deals'>{4}' trim levels.

Prices start in the region of around £29,000 which is still excellent value for money. To put that figure into perspective, the similarly-sized Volvo XC90 will require you to dig in for another £20,000.

In fact, Kia's asking for the sort of money you'd normally budget for something much smaller, such as a Toyota RAV4 or a Honda CR-V. At those prices, we'd forgive the Sorento for being a bit rough round the edges.

The fact that it looks very well-appointed only makes its rivals' task even tougher. All the well appointed trim grades have seven seats, with a 40:20:40 split in the middle row and a 50:50 split in the rear.

The new eight-speed automatic gearbox is optional in place of the six-speed Manual at the KX-2 and KX-3 levels and standard with the plush KX-4 model.

From KX-2 upwards, buyers have the choice of ordering the car without the self-levelling suspension feature at a saving of £500. This improved Sorento debuts a number of technologies to improve convenience and further enhance the ownership experience.

For a start, there's Kia's latest 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, with navigation and Kia Connected Services powered by TomTom. The new set-up offers Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, enabling full smartphone integration.

Buyers can upgrade their Sorento with a new 640-watt, 10-speaker surround-sound Harman/Kardon sound system. Safety improvements include the addition of a 'Driver Attention Warning' system that combats distracted or drowsy driving, plus there's a 'Lane Keeping Assist System', 'High Beam Assist' and full LED headlamps with Dynamic Bending Light technology..

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