The 2023 Kia Sportage separates itself from its counterpart compact crossovers with its unique styling and dynamic internal components. The unconventional face of the SUV is supported by the new bodywork being dimensionally larger than last year’s model. This larger frame also means more room for the stuff you care about like cargo space and passenger comfort. No matter which trim you choose, the all-new 2023 Kia Sportage offers class-leading second-row legroom and the newest technology available to enhance the experience.
Once you get a look inside the Sportage, your eyes will immediately be drawn to the gorgeous curved 12.3-inch touchscreen display. The added asymmetrical center console makes sure to place buttons and controls within reach and easy for the driver to get to. The new touchpad also toggles between the audio systems as well as climate control.
The biggest change that owners of previous Kia Sportage passengers will notice right away is the three extra inches of rear legroom. This component makes the 2023 Kia Sportage much more adult-friendly and supports larger people much more comfortably. The cargo room behind the rear seat has also expanded to 39.6 cubic feet which is 28% more than the previous Kia.
The 2023 Kia Sportage is a much more modernized SUV while still being one of the best-looking. It’s full of details like the black grille graphic that stretches across the face of the Sportage. A black roof will be available with rigged lines cutting across the side for a more sporty look and feel.
The Sportage Hybrid offers incredible horsepower combined with great fuel efficiency and a sleek design that’s ready for any challenge that comes in its way. The optional AWD used a locking electro-hydraulic coupling that can direct power to the rear wheels for added stability, especially in slippery driving conditions.
Kia made sure to add an abundance of driver safety features to make you feel secure and drive with confidence on the road. Standard features include Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist, Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assis, Lane Following Assist, and much more. An added feature of Blind-Spot Collision Avoidance-Assist, radar sensors hidden in the corners of the rear bumper scan for passing cars, motorcycles, and/or other vehicles as you back up. If the RCCA system detects a vehicle or pedestrian when backing out of a parking spot, the system alerts the driver and applies the brakes.
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The Kia Sportage awaits here at Safford Brown Kia of Manassas, so drop by our dealership whenever you’re ready to get in the driver’s seat.