The carmaker set U.S. prices for the all-new, 2023 Kia Sportage. The base model costs from $25,990.
Kia America has announced pricing for the next-generation Sportage. The crossover is now available at dealerships. Its lineup is larger, better-equipped and adds new X-Line, X-Pro, X-Pro Prestige trim levels, all-wheel-drive only ones.
The rest trims, namely LX, EX, SX, SX-Prestige, come either with front- or all-wheel drive. The turbocharged hybrid and plug-in hybrid variants will be available too, but a bit later.
The prices per trim levels, a destination fee inclusive, are the following: LX FWD $27,205, LX AWD $29,005; EX FWD $29,209, EX AWD $31,005; X-Line $32,005; SX FWD $32,705, SX AWD $34,505; SX-Prestige FWD $34,705, SX Prestige AWD $36,505; X-Pro X $36,205, Pro Prestige $38,005.
The new N3 platform-based Kia Sportage offers an array of innovative features, such as a dual-screen panoramic curved display, a 3D 360-degree surround-view monitor, a live-feed blind-spot view monitor, 8 standard advanced driver assistance systems, optional Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Junction Turning, Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist.
The base engine, new for 2023 MY, is a 2.5-liter, 187-hp inline-four mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission that replaced the previous 6-speed one.