2019 Updates for Kia Stinger and Sportage
The Stinger and Sportage are two of Kia’s most popular models. The raceworthy Stinger delivers a thrilling driving performance, a standout style, and a well-appointed interior that makes every drive (on and off the track) awesome. The adventure-ready Sportage is designed for all of life’s journeys with a spacious interior, well-connected infotainment features, and advanced safety technologies to help protect you and your crew over every mile. And for both models, the 2019 model year is bringing substantial updates.
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To enhance the bold look of the Kia Stinger, the 2019 model will feature standard 18-inch machined finish alloy wheels. To alert you to potential dangers in your blind spot and behind you, the 2019 Stinger will be equipped with Blind Spot Collision Warning as a standard technology. The Sun & Sound Package will enhance the base trim, the 2.0L, with 8-inch touch-screen navigation, sunroof, LED headlamps, and a Harman/Kardon premium audio system. The entire suite of Kia’s Advanced Driver Assistance System, front ventilated seats, and wireless charging will be standard on the Premium and GT1 trims. Heated outboard rear seats and a Surround View Monitor will be standard features on the GT2 trim. Trims equipped with rear-wheel drive will feature an added mechanical limited slip differential. The 2019 Stinger is available at five trim levels — 2.0L, Premium, GT, GT1, and GT2.
The 2019 Kia Sportage is available at three trim levels — LX, EX, and SX. Two driver assist technologies — Blind Spot Detection and Rear Cross Traffic Alert — are standard on the EX trim, which will also feature power-folding, heated outside mirrors equipped with turn signal indicators. The EX trim is also accented by piano black high glossy trim. The SX trim will feature a standard electronic parking brake with auto hold.
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