The four trim level line-up for the Kia Sportage has been streamlined in time for the summer.
The Sportage range comes in four trim levels, each coming with equipment including a frameless 8in touchscreen satellite navigation system with the latest UVO Connect telematics system, as well as Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and Bluetooth smartphone connectivity.
DAB digital radio is standard and Kia’s Connected Services, powered by TomTom, is included, with connectivity features including live traffic updates, speed camera locations and alerts, local search and weather forecasts.
The connected service can show drivers the price of fuel at nearby filling stations as well as the location and real-time availability of parking spaces. The touchscreen also integrates a reversing camera system.
The line-up welcomes the 3 grade, which joins the 2, GT-Line and GT-Line S.
The 3 builds on the 2 trim, adding a panoramic sunroof, front wiper de-icer, black leather upholstery, 10-way driver’s and 8-way passenger power adjustable seats, a high-gloss black center fascia, aluminum door scuff plates, an engine start/stop button, a heated steering wheel, a 4.2in color supervision cluster display and an electronic parking brake.
GT-Line upgrades the 2 trim with a high-gloss black center fascia, black headlining, aluminum pedals and scuff plates, a chrome boot sill guard, a 4.2in color supervision cluster display and a D-shaped leather-covered sports steering wheel.
The top-of-the-range GT-Line S adds to the GT-Line with adjustable seats; ventilated front seats; a heated steering wheel; an eight-speaker JBL premium sound system with subwoofer, external amplifier and front center speaker; a Smart Power Tailgate; and a wireless phone charger.