2024 Sorento Priced from $31,990

by Jan 30, 2024All News, Kia, Slider, USA0 comments

2024 Sorento

Kia America has announced pricing by vehicle trim for the enhanced 2024 Sorento SUV, that will start from $31,990 (MSRP excludes destination charges of $1,375), which means $1,600 increase from the previous non facelift model.

Sorento LX (FWD)$31,990
Sorento S (FWD)$34,390
Sorento EX (FWD)$37,990
Sorento SX (FWD)$41,690
Sorento S (AWD)$36,390
Sorento X-Line EX (AWD)$41,690
Sorento X-Line SX (AWD)$43,490
Sorento X-Line SX Prestige (AWD)     $46,390
Sorento X-Pro SX Prestige (AWD)$47,390
2024 Sorento

The refreshed 2024 Kia Sorento exudes a confident exterior redesign, an uplevel premium interior with next-generation technology, and a newly added X-Pro variant geared up for more thrilling outdoor excursions, featuring increased towing capacity and all-terrain tires.

The facelifted Sorento draws from its Telluride family lineage by featuring new standard vertically stacked LED headlights that flank a new wide upright grille and rest upon a more squared off bumper fascia below.  All of which is complimented by distinctive new amber daytime running headlights that are capped off with an all-new hood design.  On the inside, the 2024 Sorento includes a new dash design, more premium seat stitch designs, and a host of technologies, including:

Connectivity and Convenience

  • Panoramic curved 12.3-inch dual-display screens available
  • Digital Rear View Mirror available
  • Digital Key 2 available
  • Standard Wi-Fi Hotspot 
  • Over-the-air (OTA) updates for infotainment system available

Enhanced Safety 

  • Standard Rear Side Airbags
  • Parking Distance Warning – Side available

Advanced Driver Assistance Features

  • Standard Enhanced Auto Emergency Braking w/Junction Crossing
  • Evasive Steering Assist available
  • Highway Driving Assist 2 available

There are also four new colors available: Midnight Lake Blue, Dawning Red, Jungle Green and Road Rider Brown.  For the X-Line and X-Pro, Olive Brown and Sage Green leather seat trim is available.

Assembly of the gasoline-powered Sorento continues at Kia’s state-of-the-art facility in West Point, Ga. Sorento HEV and PHEV models are expected later in the year as 2025 models and will be assembled in South Korea.

Written by Jose Antonio Lopez

Passionated about Korean cars from Hyundai, Kia & Genesis. Photographer. I love being in nature, hiking. Tech lover.

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