Kia Sorento review: The savvy seven-seater

Can an SUV ever be a truly exciting drive? Now in its third generation, the Kia Sorento has had more than just a facelift to bring it up to date, and while its new body and wheelbase is never going to feel like a Ferrari on the road, for carting around the whole family it’s an appealing prospect.

Sat in among the likes of the Nissan X-Trail and Volvo XC90, the Sorento is Kia’s top-of-the-line car. There’s bundles of tech and appealing trim on board. Well, if you’re willing the pay the extra for it – but even the top-of-the-range model with all the toys tops out at £41,500/$52,250 compared to the entry level Volvo’s £50,000/$75,000 starting price.

Does the Kia Sorento get the balance of functional and fun right?

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