South Korea’s two main automakers have been on a roll for the last several years, but there’s been no vehicle from the Korean peninsula that’s received such excessive praise as the 2020 Kia Telluride. To put it simply, this is the best vehicle in the country’s most competitive segment.
It’s so good that we struggled narrowing it down to three big, positive points. At the same time, this is such a competent effort that we resorted to picking nits to fill out the con section. After a week with the Telluride, it feels safe to call this the best, most complete product a Korean brand has ever built.
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