- 2023 Kia Sportage starts at $25,990
- Sportage recalibrates the subcompact SUV segment with larger and more capable lineup featuring the all-new X-Line and Sportage X-Pro trims, and forthcoming electrified versions
- Available for purchase now at Kia retailers
IRVINE, Calif., February 25, 2022—Kia has announced pricing for the all-new 2023 Sportage SUV, the longest running nameplate from the Kia brand, starting at $25,990.
Trim Levels/Pricing – MSRP: (excludes $1,215 destination)
|Sportage X-Pro Prestige||$36,790|
Developed as part of Kia’s new global brand transformation, “Movement that Inspires,” the 2023 Sportage delivers more of everything for savvy, adventurous consumers. Its modern, driver-centric cockpit with available dual panoramic curved display seamlessly connects two screens for nearly 25 inches of digital viewing[i], and provides 360° Surround View Monitor with 3D View[ii] and live feed Blind-Spot View Monitor within the instrument cluster. The Sportage offers eight standard Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) features.[iii] Enhanced ADAS such as FCA with Junction Turning capability & Reverse Parking Collision Avoidance Assist are available on upper trims.
The fifth-generation Sportage is now one of the largest SUVs in its class, offering best-in-class rear legroom and rear cargo capacity[iv]. Underpinned by the “N3” platform also found in the Sorento, the Sportage chassis comprises hot-stamped parts and ultra-high-strength steel for increased tensile strength and torsional stiffness. Sound absorbing and insulating materials minimize road, wind, and engine noise. Fuel-efficient and fun-to-drive Turbocharged Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid Sportage variants will launch at a later date, and pricing for those variants will be announced closer to their on-sale dates.
[i] Distracted driving can result in the loss of vehicle control. When operating a vehicle, never use a vehicle system that takes your focus away from safe vehicle operation.
[ii] When engaged, 360-degree Surround-View Monitor is not a substitute for safe driving and may not display all objects around vehicle. Always drive safely and use caution.
[iii] These features are not substitutes for safe driving and may not detect or display all objects surrounding vehicle. Always drive safely and use caution.
[iv] Best-in-class interior room, cargo room, and rear seat legroom claims based on comparison of 2021 and 2022 Mass Market Subcompact SUVs as of October 2021. Mass Market Subcompact SUV class as determined by Kia Segmentation.