Long anticipated Borrego mid-size SUV is finally here and you can have it for five bucks under $27.000.
The base LX model, powered by 3.8L V6 engine mated to the five speed automatic transmission, offers a complete safety equipment (including seven airbags), ABS and ESP, along with Downhill Brake Control, Hill Assist Control, 17-inch tires, USB/auxiliary input jack, side mirror turn signal indicator and cruise control with steering-wheel-mounted control buttons. It’s price starts at $26.995.
Standard items that makes you special for opting up to an EX version include 18-inch tires with chrome alloy wheels, dual power heated mirrors, dual-zone automatic climate control, driver’s knee airbag, leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearshift knob, steering-wheel-mounted audio control buttons, auto-dimming rear-view mirror and metal-film interior trim.
Higher grade features such as push button start, smart key, supervision instrumentation, Bluetooth wireless technology and heated 2nd-row seats, as well as chrome exterior door handles inserts and power adjustable pedals will be available from fall 2008.
As mentioned before, the entry-level Kia Borrego LX pricing starts at $26.995, while the V8 powered model, equipped with 337 hp, 4.6-liter V8 and six-speed automatic gearbox, starts at at $31.745. The top of the line model with all available options creeps Borrego near $40 grand line. It will cost you $39.295.
Do you feel the price tag for new Kia Borrego is too high or just right?