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While the previous-generation Sportage was an also-ran, this fourth-generation redesign jumps almost to the top of the small SUV class. Distinctions like the rakish roofline and spry demeanor remain, but improvements include more civilized road manners, a roomier interior, improved crash-worthiness, and better visibility.
Kia Sportage Road Test

Best Version to Get

The best value is an LX. Make sure you add the Popular package, which includes a power driver's seat and heated front seats. We'd also get the optional 7-inch touch-screen infotainment system for its larger screen and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto. Blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning, autom...
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4-door SUV LX 4-cyl 6-speed Automatic
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