Kia Announces 2016 Sorento MSRP, Starts At $25,795

2016 Kia Sorento trim levels
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Kia Motors America reveals Sorento 2016 (model year) prices!

The base 2016 Kia Sorento SUV MSRP starts at $25,795 (including a $895 destination fee), while the fully-loaded and range-topping 2016 Sorento Limited costs $43,995.

That’s approximately $600 more for the entry-level model and around $1,400 more for the fully loaded unit (compared to the 2015 model).

There are 5 different trim levels available for the 2016 model year, so let’s dive into more details to find out everything you need to know in regards to the pricing of this highly attractive 7-seater Kia SUV.

2016 Kia Sorento trim levels & pricing

L: Pricing starts with the 2016 Kia Sorento L, which is available only with front-wheel drive and the base 185-horsepower 2.4L GDI 4-cylinder engine.

LX: Right above the entry level model comes the 2016 Sorento LX, which has a starting price of $27,095.

It comes with the 2.4L 4-cylinder engine as standard, but has the option of the V6, which takes the price to $29,195.

A third-row of seating can be added as an option, but has to be paired with the LX Convenience Package at a cost of $1,000 for the 4-cylinder and $1,600 for the V6.

EX: The EX model comes in at $31,995 and comes equipped with the new 2.0L turbo engine. The V6 takes the starting price to $32,595.

SX: The SX model is only available with the V6 engine, and prices start at $38,795.

Limited:The 2016 Sorento Limited trim is at the top of the line and starts at $40,795 with the turbo, or $42,195 with the V6.

For an extra $2,500 you can get the SX-L Technology Package that adds premium safety features such as the lane-departure and forward-collision warnings, as well as a 360-degree camera system and adaptive cruise control..

The new Kia Sorento SUV delivers a bold new style, larger exterior, and more space on the inside than ever before.

New engines are added, including a 2.0L turbo-charged inline-four, as well as a 2.4-liter inline-four, and a 3.3-liter V6 that appears in the Limited trim. All engines are mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission and standard front-wheel drive. AWD can be added at a cost of $1,800.

2 comments

  1. David Hardy says:

    I’m in the market to buy, I’m going green and am donw to two vehicles. My first choose would be your Kia Soul but ONLY the EV model which I can’t get here in Missouri USA. My second and best is the Tesla Model S which I can get here in Missouri. I have set a target date of May 2015, it’s up to Kia now. Thank you

  2. jtz says:

    I just saw the teaser of the 2015 Toyota Tacoma, All they did was copy the grilleof the 2015 Audi Q7, and 2014 Ford Mustang’s grill, yet pretend that grill is orgianl and only accuse the Sante Fe’s grille of copying because it’s Korean. Also, I saw a teaser of the next generation Prius. the concept is copied the Optima’s C pillars. So Toyota is copyiing Hyundai and Kia now.

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