How many miles is a 2013 Kia Sorento good for?
You can expect a Kia Sorento to last up to 200,000 miles or more. That means it can serve for about 13 years if you drive about 15,000 miles per year. However, getting to thing round figure requires keeping up with factory-recommended repairs and ensuring you don’t abuse the car.
How much can a 2013 Kia Sorento pull?
|Cargo volume (3rd row down)||37.0 cu. ft.||37.0 cu. ft.|
|Cargo volume (all rows down)||72.5 cu. ft.||72.5 cu. ft.|
|Towing capacity||1,650 lbs.||3,500 lbs.|
How reliable is a 2013 Kia Sorento?
The 2013 Sorento has a reliability rating of 2.5 out of five from J.D. Power. That’s below average for the industry as a whole, and lower than most midsize SUVs’ scores.
What kind of car is the 2013 Kia Sorento?
However, the 2013 Kia Sorento is one of our favorites and it has nothing to do with its association with hip-hop rodentia. The 2013 Kia Sorento is a crossover SUV that fits in between the compact and midsize segments. There are three trim levels: LX, EX and SX.
Is the Kia Sorento getting a facelift?
No mere refresh or facelift, the Sorento benefitted from an all-new chassis, a powerful new Gasoline Direct Injected (GDI) V6 engine, a restyled interior, a next-generation infotainment system and Kia’s first-ever Blind Spot Detection system. Carrying over into the 2015 model year, the Sorento success story continues.
What kind of seats does a Kia Sorento have?
The 2013 Kia Sorento is a crossover SUV that fits in between the compact and midsize segments. There are three trim levels: LX, EX and SX. Five-passenger seating is standard on all but the LX V6 and SX, which come with the otherwise optional 50/50 split-folding third-row seat that raises capacity to seven.
What kind of transmission does a Kia Sorento have?
Regardless of engine or driveline choice, the 2015 Sorento comes standard with a smooth-shifting six-speed automatic transmission. Also standard is Electric Motor Driven Power Steering for improved efficiency, and it’s quicker with 2.95 turns of the steering wheel, lock-to-lock.