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Kia has announced full details and pricing of the new Sportage
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17 September 2010

Kia has announced prices and the full range of the Sportage which will be available from 1 November.

The line-up includes four engines, with the new 1.6 litre direct-injection petrol providing power for the base model that will cost from £16,645. The other three engines are the diesel 1.7-litre CRDi, the 2.0-litre CVVT petrol unit and the diesel 2.0-litre CRDi.

Read the full Autocar road test of the new Kia Sportage

The range is split into three trim levels called '1', '2' and '3' as with all Kia cars. The ‘2' trim level starts at £20,020 and the ‘3' starts at £21,595. All-wheel-drive is available on the '2' and '3' trim level and these models are given a KX preface.

The top of the range 2.0 CRDi KX-3 Sat Nav AWD Automatic will cost £26,170.

The top models are available with a fully integrated satellite navigation system, featuring a 7in colour touchscreen. Metallic or mica paint is a £435 option. See all the latest Kia Sportage reviews, news and video

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17 September 2010

How much? 26k for the TOR model? Ha ha.

17 September 2010

Remember when Kias were cheap and generally dreadful...... I sometimes think many punters would now choose one over a Ford, with so much negativity the blue-oval seems to have taken recently on these forums.

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