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Kia Motors has unveiled its fourth-generation compact Sportage SUV at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. Building on the success of the previous model, the all-new Kia Sportage has various ground-breaking and high-level features. In an ever increasing competitive market, the new Sportage manages to get ahead with greater quality, a number of advanced technological features, and new exterior and interior designs.
The interior in particular has a new design with high quality materials. In addition, the new Sportage also offers practicality plus a wide array of technologies aimed at better convenience, connectivity, safety, and comfort. One obvious change of the new Sportage compared to the previous models is the increased dimensions of the interior.
The headroom of the front is higher by 5 mm and is now 997 mm. Headroom for the passengers seating in the back is also bigger by 16 mm to 993 mm. Furthermore legroom has been expanded as well. The front now measures 1,129 mm, which signifies a 19 mm increase while the back was expanded 7 mm and is now at 970 mm.Read the entire article 2016 Kia Sportage arrives in Frankfurt
Kia Motors’ all-new Sportage is set to make its global debut on September 15 at the Frankfurt International Motor Show. About a week ago, the automaker had released a first look at its exterior and its stunning new design. The fourth-generation Sportage has a prominent, progressive design.
It gives off a sense of agility and power from all angles. The Sportage portrays the contrasting smooth and sharp shapes seen in an assortment of modern fighter jets. Somehow, the designers were able to bring the sharp and defined lines together with the smooth surfaces and create something visually harmonious.
Its ”face” is where the most significant change was made in its design. The new model’s headlamps are not anymore integrated with the grille. Rather, they’re now sweeping back along the exterior edges of the more sharply-featured bonnet and bolder wheel arches. The Sportage is still instantly recognizable as a Kia.Read the entire article Kia releases more details on 2016 Sportage
South Korean carmaker Kia refreshes on its 2014 Sportage, giving it several design enhancements as well as the installation of a number of convenience features. The 2014 Sportage could be availed in three trims – LX, EX and SX. Starting with its exterior, the 2014 Kia Sportage now dons a new grille design as well as new fog lamps on the EX trim. It now dons high beltline, sweeping angles and pronounced wheel flares for a more aggressive stance.
The compact crossover sports a spearing shoulder line throughout its length – linking the available HID headlamps and LED tail lights. For enhanced ride quality and more dynamic handling, the 2014 Sportage now features standard high performance dampers across all trim levels. Driver comfort is enhanced thanks to a tilt and telescopic steering column that comes as standard across all trims. Passenger comfort is likewise enhanced thanks to standard rear ventilation and reclining outboard seats.
The EX trim of the 2014 Sportage boasts of additional features like standard heated front seats, Infinity Premium Audio, auto-dimming mirror with Homelink and heated outside mirrors.Read the entire article Kia refreshes 2014 Sportage with new grille design, additional standard equipment
Kia Motors America has partnered with both Super Street magazine and DC Entertainment to come up with a Sportage inspired by what Wonder Woman represents: inspiration, power, and a sense of equality. This customized Sportage was originally unveiled during the New York International Auto Show in 2013.
This is also the first in an eight-vehicle and 10-month partnership that will be composed of the iconic heroes of the Justice League: Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman, Green Lantern, and Cyborg. Since there are seven heroes, the eighth version will be the whole team.
The Justice League-inspired Sportages are greatly influenced by visionary Jim Lee. Kia hopes to become a force for good in order to increase awareness of DC’s “We Can Be Heroes” campaign. This relief effort by DC Entertainment aims to assist the people in the Horn of Africa who are experiencing a hunger crisis.Read the entire article Kia unveils Wonder Woman-inspired Sportage in New York
The Kia Sportage ‘KX-4’ is a version of the brand’s very popular crossover model that has a high level of turbodiesel engine output with a luxurious level of specification not yet seen in this type of model. The Sportage ‘KX-4’ uses the 181bhp version of the CRDi 2.0-liter turbodiesel engine paired with either a 6-speed automatic transmission or 6-speed manual plus the intelligent All-Wheel Drive system.
The ‘KX-4’ also builds on the ‘KX-3 Sat Nav’ through the addition of a Parallel Parking Assist System that has all-round parking sensors, an engine start/stop button, keyless smart entry system, and door scuff plates made of stainless steel.
Standard equipment of the ‘KX-4’ includes 18-inch allow wheels, Xenon lights, seven-inch touchscreen satellite navigation system with EU mapping, privacy glass, automatic lights and wipers, dual-zone climate control, panoramic sunroof, cruise control, full leather upholstery, colour reversing camera, 7-speaker stereo with external amplifier and subwoofer , and iPod connectivity.Read the entire article Kia unveils top-of-the-range Sportage KX-4
Kia Sportage compact CUV and Kia Optima sedan were awarded by Germany’s red dot product design competition this year. They earned top honors in their respective categories. A special award – the highest distinction of this competition-- was given to the new mid-size Kia Optima sedan. It was named 2011’s red dot ‘best of the best’ title. As hinted in its name, only the top products in all the categories are considered.
With this latest batch of winners, Kia now has four models that have received the red dot award. The Kia Venga won in 2010 while the Kia Soul triumphed in 2009. Kia appears to be on a lucky streak as the Kia Optima and the new Sportage received 2011 iF product design awards last December.
Peter Schreyer, Chief Design Officer, Kia Motors Corporation, said that he is “extremely proud” of the red dot awards received by the new Kia Optima and Sportage, adding that these recognize the “hard work” of its design teams around the world as well as a validation of its design strategy.Read the entire article 2011 Kia Optima/Sportage receive Red Dot Design awards
The 2011 Kia Sportage SX compact CUV has been launched and will be arriving at dealerships later this month. The North American division of Kia said that the SX models will be available with a more powerful four-cylinder turbo engine and will come with exterior and interior styling enhancements. The front-wheel drive (FWD) model has a starting price of $25,795, while the all-wheel drive (AWD) models are priced from $27,295.
The 2011 Kia Sportage SX compact CUV will feature the Theta II 2.0-liter Turbo GDI engine, the second vehicle from Kia that will feature this engine aside from the 2011 Optima Turbo. The unit can deliver up to 256hp and 264 pound-feet of peak torque, while it delivers a fuel economy of 26 mpg.
The Sportage SX has been equipped with sport-tuned suspension featuring firmer shock and strut rates for improved handling and dynamic performance over non-SX models.Read the entire article 2011 Kia Sportage SX Turbo: official details, specs and pricing
Kia Motors America (KMA), in partnership with fashion and lifestyle magazine Antenna, will unveil two concepts of the MY2011 Kia Sportage compact CUV at the 2010 Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas. These two highly customized Sportage concepts -- nicknamed "Work" and "Play – were created by Antenna for "The Duel" and targeted towards recreational enthusiasts as well as on-the-go professionals. Both concepts come with the coolest gadgets, technologies and materials that will make them appeal to active and fashion-forward male vehicle owners.
“Play” is a red Sportage concept designed with the active urban male in mind. It features a new skin as well as the latest athletic equipment and accessories. Noticeable is the concept’s exterior that now dons a fresh and forceful new look – a flat red-painted body with texturized matte black trim paint. It features 20-inch MRR HR4 wheels painted a coordinating matte black. Furthermore, Red “Play” Sportage also comes with a custom Yakima roof rack installed with a red and black Cannondale QuikFX Bike with distinct bike pedals and seat.
The “Play” concept features a cabin in which all trim pieces are wrapped in black leather and accented with red stitching. It comes with seats upholstered with black leather, as complemented with black suede racing stripes and trimmed with red stitching. Door panels feature a three-material design: black leather, black suede and red leather. Antenna also endowed the “Play” Sportage concept with an iPod Touch 4 placed into the rear center console. Memphis Audio component speakers can also be found on door insets.Read the entire article 2010 SEMA Show: Kia unveils two customized Sportage concepts
Pricing and details for Kia’s new Sportage model, which will start selling in the UK on Nov.1, have been announced. The engine options for the Sportage include two diesel units and two petrol powerplants. A 1.6 liter direct injection petrol unit is the entry-level engine. Then there’s a 2.0 liter CVVT petrol engine. The diesel units include a 1.7 liter CRDi and a 2.0 liter CRDi.
Sportage also offers the option between a manual or an automatic gearbox as well as between three equipment levels (“1”, “2” and “3”).
All-wheel drive is an option for the 2 and 3 models. This feature changes the names of the vehicles, offering the “KX” designation. The entry level Sportage is priced from 16,654 pounds and it is offered with the 1 trim level and a 1.6 liter petrol engine.Read the entire article 2011 Kia Sportage UK pricing announced
Kia’s new Sportage First Edition crossover will offer a petrol-engined version. Due to a very strong demand Kia will be producing a petrol equivalent of the 2.0-litre CRDi model.
Powering the Sportage First Edition 2.0-litre AWD is Kia’s Theta-II 2.0-litre petrol engine, which will offer a five-speed manual transmission and generate 161bhp at 5200rpm and 143lb ft of torque at 4600rpm.
The Sportage petrol model will be able to sprint from zero to 60mph in 10.3 seconds and achieve a top speed of 113mph. It offers a combined cycle fuel consumption of 35.8mpg and a CO2 emissions figure of 188g/km.Read the entire article 2011 Kia Sportage receives new petrol engine due to the strong demand
The Top Safety Pick Award went to the 2011 Kia Sportage model as it has gotten the highest ratings in frontal, side, rear and rollover impact crash safety tests.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) based its overall evaluation on different measurements that are particular to each crash angle as well as the overall impact on crash test dummies during collision.
Michael Sprague, vice president, marketing & communications, Kia Motors America (KMA), said that the Kia brand is committed to offering the highest levels of passenger safety with its comprehensive list of cutting-edge technologies and features for increased crash protection.Read the entire article 2011 Kia Sportage gets the ‘Top Safety Pick’ Award from IIHS
Kia announced today that the pricing for the new 2011 Sportage CUV, will begin at $18,292 (plus a $695 destination charge) for the base trim which includes.
The new car will be available in three trims - Base, LX and EX - air conditioning, power windows, door locks and mirrors, SIRIUS Satellite Radio capabilities with three months complimentary service, MP3 connectivity and Bluetooth.
For the LX version of the Sportage which includes standard outside mirrors with LED turn signal indicators and privacy glas, Kia announced a base price of $20,295.Read the entire article 2011 Kia Sportage priced from $18,292
Looking at Kia's redesigned 2011 Sportage crossover makes it apparent that the South Korean automaker aims to continue its emphasis on styling. Sportage is Kia's longest-running nameplate sold in the United States.
The third generation of the Kia Sportage crossover has picked up styling cues from the 2007 Kia Kue crossover concept, which was developed at Kia's design center near Los Angeles and unveiled at the in 2007 at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.
The all-new 2011 Kia Sportage made its North American debut at the New York International Auto Show earlier this year. Set to arrive in showrooms in August, the Sportage will be the fourth new or redesigned model sent to dealerships in the last 18 months that was created in California.Read the entire article Kia continues to attract more young buyers with the 2011 Sportage
The North American debut of the all-new 2011 Kia Sportage compact CUV was made today at the New York International Auto Show (NYIAS). As you may know already, the new CUV is based on the Kia Kue Concept revealed back in 2007 at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit and promises to offer a more urban and fluid silhouette than its predecessor.
The 2011 Sportage will be available in two trim levels: LX and EX. The LX trim level offers 16-inch wheels wrapped in 215/70R16 low-rolling resistance silica tires, body-color door handles, adjustable side mirrors with side mirror turn signal indicators, and tinted glass.
The EX trim level offers 18-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 235/55R18 silica tires, standard body-color heated side mirrors, roof rails, a rear spoiler, chrome body trim and door handles and a chrome-accented radiator grille.Read the entire article New York Auto Show: 2011 Kia Sportage U.S.-spec
Kia's new generation Sportage SUV is unveiled at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. The SUV boasts new dimensions and a design cue inspired by the 2007 Kia Kue concept. Aside from a refreshed engine range, the new Sportage also features more European-like lines, which was designed under the guidance of former Audi designer Peter Schreyer.
The car's lines are certainly sleeker. It's likely that the increased size will heighten the appeal for American consumers. The new SUV is built on the same platform as the Hyundai ix35, thus being bigger than the previous generation.
Engines that are being offered range from a 2.0l to 2.4l four cylinder units, all mated to a six-speed transmission. Kia has yet to provide complete details of this new Sportage but it appears that for the European market, the Sportage will get the same 1.7l and 2.0l diesel, as well as the 1.6l and 2.0l gasoline units as the iX35.Read the entire article Geneva Motor Show: 2011 Kia Sportage
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