Kia Sorento update
9th November, 2010
Kia's medium sized SUV, Sorento, has received a 2011
model year refresh across the range with a list of enhancements ranging from Bluetooth technology
to leather wrapped instrument cluster housing.
All vehicles across the Sorento range from the entry level Si to the range topping Platinum will
receive the latest Bluetooth technology providing hands-free mobile phone connectivity and media
streaming, all operated through steering wheel mounted controls.
Other refinements across the range include a headlamp escort function where low beam illuminates
the ground in front of the car at night after it has been turned off, providing occupants with
enough light to get from the car to the house safely.
The top two models receive upgraded in-mirror display rear view camera offering a higher
resolution image and parking guide lines, making the accidental 'touch park' a thing of the past.
Also on the SLi and Platinum models, the instrument cluster housing has received a new leather
wrap and the front passenger window is now automatic both up and down with a built-in safety
The Manufacturer's List Price* (MLP*) for the Sorento Si remains unchanged with the 2WD automatic,
2.4-litre petrol staying at $36,490*. The 2.2-litre diesel counterparts in manual and automatic also
remain unchanged at $39,990* and $41,990* respectively.
The 2.2-litre diesel automatic SLi and Platinum models receive the list of enhancements for an
additional $200 making the new Manufacturer's List Price* (MLP*) $46,190* and $49,190*
NOTE: * Manufacturer's List Price (MLP) excludes dealer delivery fees and the various
state/territory government statutory charges. Additionally, prices, fees and charges are subject to
change without notice.