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2023 Kia Sportage - A Crossover For The Masses

The fifth-gen Sportage is underpinned by a new platform, comes with new drivetrains, and features bold exterior and interior designs

The Sportage is one of the longest-running nameplates in Kia’s history. It has been around since 1993 and is entering its fifth generation as it nears its three-decade anniversary. The new Sportage comes with a plethora of changes. It looks a lot smarter than the current model, is underpinned on a new architecture, and will be offered with hybrid and plug-in hybrid options. Kia will also add a new trim on the fifth-gen Sportage. At this point, not a lot of detail is revealed, but we should hear more of it when it arrives in late 2021 or early 2022.

  • 2023 Kia Sportage - A Crossover For The Masses
  • Year:
    2023
  • Make:
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  • Engine:
    inline-4
  • Transmission:
    Eight-speed Automatic
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    183
  • Torque @ RPM:
    307
  • Displacement:
    2.0 L
  • Price:
    26000 (Est.)
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2023 Kia Sportage Exterior

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Up front, it comes with a black grille, Matrix LED headlights, and boomerang-shaped LED DRLs

The new Sportage is based on the company’s new N3 architecture. It comes with a reinforced and lightweight body structure that has high torsional rigidity. In terms of looks, it is very different from the current Sportage. Kia says this fifth-gen Sportage is based on the company’s new ‘Opposites United’ design philosophy. We saw the same on the EV6 as well.

Up front, it comes with a black grille with Kia’s new stylized logo on top of it. The grille runs the entire width of the face and integrates the Matrix LED headlights, as well as the boomerang-shaped LED daytime running lights. An extension of the boomerang shape can be seen at the bottom in the form of the fog lamp housing surrounds.

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Kia has taken the wraps off the fifth-gen Sportage, and it rides on Kia’s new N3 architecture

The side profile is quite smart, too.

The cuts and creases make it look bolder and aggressive.

It even comes with a black roof, something that we’ve never seen on the Sportage since its inception. Depending on the trim you choose, the new Sportage will come with either, 17-, 18-, or 19-inch wheels. Seven different wheel designs will be available across the range.

The rear is a little contrasting, but bold nevertheless. Kia touts this as a fastback design. The taillights extend into the sides and are connected by a slim horizontal design that’s becoming a common practice across segments. The black bumper comes with contrasting elements to add some more colors to the dual-tone derriere.

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Swipe up to learn about it in detail, some speculations, its rivals, etc.

An X-Line trim will be added to the current portfolio. This will be seen on other Kia models, but is making its debut on the upcoming Sportage. The basic differences here include a luggage bumper, side sill, and curved roof rack on the outside. On the inside, a signature sage green color with bold quilting makes its presence felt, and so do black metal wood elements. A GT-Line model can be had and it will be offered with standout body colors on the outside, and dual-tone black and white shades on the inside.

How Big Is The Kia Sportage?

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It will be available with 17-, 18-, or 19-inch wheels in seven different designs. It also has a longer wheelbase this time

The current Sportage measures 176.4 inches in length, 73 inches in width, and 64.8 inches in height. The wheelbase measures 105.1 inches. The track at the front is 63.5 inches wide whereas the rear track is 64 inches wide. The ground clearance for the front-wheel-drive model is rated at 6.4 inches and for the all-wheel-drive models, it is 6.8 inches.

As for the approach and departure angles, it is rated at 28 degrees and 24.6 degrees for the all-wheel-drive models, and 16.7- and 23.9 degrees for the front-wheel-drive models, respectively.

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Kia hasn’t revealed a whole lot of details, including the price. It will be launched later this year and we’ll get more details then

The upcoming Sportage is slightly bigger. It measures 183.5 inches in length, 73.4 inches in width, and 65.4 inches in height. The wheelbase measures 108.5 inches, which is 3.4 inches longer than before. This will directly impact in increased legroom inside the cabin. A shorter wheelbase version will also be launched for folks looking for a compact-sized crossover, but it won’t cross the pond and make its way to the U.S.

2022 Kia Sportage exterior dimensions
Length 183.5 inches
Width 73.4 inches
Height 65.4 inches
Wheelbase 108.5 inches

2022 Kia Sportage Interior

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The cabin feels premium and will have soft touch materials all around. The rear offers better legroom and headroom, too

The cabin looks pretty swell and feels premium. The new slim air vents are redesigned, and so is the center console to house a curved display with a slim touchscreen pad. This is a 12-inch touchscreen system that’s conjoined with a 12-inch digital instrument cluster to give à la Mercedes vibes. A Harman-Kardon audio system will be available, too.

While the touchscreen is curved to create a driver-centric cockpit, the console between the seats has a neutral approach.

What’s new here is the shift-by-wire transmission dial. Apart from this, you get the regular stuff like the storage spaces for knick-knacks, cupholders, wireless charger, etc. Kia seems to have used sot plastics all around to make the cabin feel luxurious.

How Spacious Is The Sportage On The Inside?

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Inside, it has a driver-centric orientation. The digital instrument cluster and the touchscreen, both 12 inches, are conjoined

As mentioned earlier, the longer wheelbase increases space inside the cabin, especially the legroom. While Kia hasn’t given all the dimensions yet, the second-row legroom is now rated at 41.3 inches, which is almost three inches more than the current Sportage’s 38.2-inch legroom. The headroom also is increased slightly from 39.1 inches to 39.4 inches. The cargo space is now rated at 22.5 cubic feet behind the rear seats, but the current model offers 30.7 cubic feet of space. There seems to be so something amiss here. We’ll hold our breath on this until Kia lets out all the details.

2022 Kia Sportage Drivetrain

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The Sportage will be offered with a gas and a diesel engine at launch. Hybrid and Plug-in hybrids will be offered later

At launch, the new Kia Sportage will be offered with a gas engine and a diesel engine.

The one with a gas diet displaces at 1.6 liters and produces 178 horses and 195 pound-feet of torque.

It comes with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission as standard, but you can also have it with an extra pedal and a six-speed manual gearbox.

A new oil burner engine joins the lineup. The four-pot mill that displaces at two liters puts out 183 ponies and 307 pound-feet of torque. This engine is mated exclusively to an eight-speed automatic gearbox. Kia will add hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains in the future. This widespread will make sure there’s something to please every potential owner.

2022 Kia Sportage specifications
Engine 1.6-liter four-cylinder 2.0-liter four-cylinder diesel
Power 178 HP 183 HP
Torque 195 LB-FT 307 LB-FT
Transmission seven-speed dual-clutch automatic eight-speed automatic
Kia is also debuting something known as the E-Handling system on the upcoming Sportage. It is said to enhance the driving dynamics and make the crossover even more stable and agile

. It will be aided by a new Electric Control Suspension that features continuous damping control in real-time. A Terrain Mode will be added to the list. When you’ve not engaged the Terrain Mode, the Sportage will stay in Drive mode within which you can select other modes such as Drive, Comfort, Eco, Sport, and Smart.

2022 Kia Sportage Pricing

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The gas engine is a 1.6-liter mill that makes 178 hp and 195 lb-ft of torque

Kia hasn’t revealed the upcoming Sportage’s pricing. It will be slightly more premium than the existing sticker prices. Here’s how the 2022 Kia Sportage is priced:

  • LX - $24,090
  • Nightfall Edition - $28,090
  • EX - $28,390
  • SX Turbo - $33,750

2022 Kia Sportage Competition

Mazda CX-5

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In a sea of bold, radical designs, the Mazda CX-5 takes guard as a crossover with classic, understated looks. While it may not please folks who want the bling and the pizzazz, this is one crossover that is bound to age gracefully. Inside the cabin, it comes with stuff like a 10.3-inch touchscreen system, 360-degree camera, stylish upholstery, etc. The automaker offers it in seven different trims to make sure there’s something for every customer. Under the hood, it features a naturally-aspirated 2.5-liter, four-cylinder mill that dishes out 187 ponies and 186 pound-feet of torque. The same is available with a turbocharger that makes 250 horses and 320 pound-feet of twist. The 2021 Mazda CX-5 starts from $25,500 and goes all the way up to $37,500.

Read our full review on the Mazda CX-5

Honda CR-V

2019 Honda CR-V Hybrid
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If you are in the segment for an all-rounder, the Honda CR-V is your safest bet. It comes with a spacious cabin that’s practical and feature-rich. It even offers the best cargo space when compared to its immediate rivals. The only gripe is its powertrain that’s aimed at being a fuel-efficient mill rather than a performance one. The 1.5-liter, four-cylinder turbocharged engine cranks 190 horses and 179 pound-feet of twist, and it isn’t the quickest or the most powerful mill out there. To make matters worse, it is mated to a lousy CVT. If you are a sedate driver, you’ll be happy; but if you have a heavy right foot and are constantly seeking those adrenaline-filled sprints, then you will be disappointed. However, it boasts of excellent crash-test ratings that tilt the table in its favor if you’re primarily looking for a family hauler. The Honda CR-V starts a little over $25,000 and goes all the way up to $35,000.

Read our full review on the Honda CR-V

2023 Kia Sportage Driver-Assistance Features

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The gas mill will come with a seven-speed automatic as standard and six-speed manual as optional. The diesel will feature an eight-speed automatic

The new Sportage will come with a host of driver assistance features. Some of these include:

  • Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
  • Highway Driving Assist
  • Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
  • Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
  • Blind-Spot View Monitor
  • Remote Smart Parking Assist

The 2023 Kia Sportage will be launched globally later this year and more information can be expected then. Deliveries in the U.S. could begin either at the end of 2021 or early 2022.

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The fifth-generation Kia Sportage has been carefully crafted from the ground-up to be the ultimate urban SUV.

The all-new Sportage symbolizes the pioneering DNA of the Kia brand. The past success of the Sportage is deeply rooted in a mindset of constant reinvention. Under the new Kia brand, a fifth generation Sportage once again brings an innovation that elevates the brand to the next level.

Developed on a new architecture, the all-new Sportage combines a driver-centric design with a state-of-the-art premium interior featuring a swooping integrated curved display that houses the very latest advancements in connectivity tech.

Designers also focused on creating a pleasant space in which to spend time for all occupants. An intelligent package and clever use of space means that everyone inside Sportage can benefit from class-leading headroom and legroom. The SUV also sets the benchmark in luggage capacity, underscoring its everyday family-friendly practicality and useability.

The all-new Sportage also leads the way in safety featuring both passive and active high-tech systems – including Kia’s world-renowned comprehensive suite of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS).

To create a dynamic, engaging and optimal driving experience, the all-new Sportage debuts numerous highly innovative technology breakthroughs, including Kia’s E-Handling system that enhances the dynamic performance of the vehicle and improves agility and stability. A new-generation Electric Control Suspension (ESC) provides optimum comfort and superior safety levels at all times thanks to its continuous damping control in real-time.

A Terrain Mode gives all-new Sportage outstanding ride capabilities in more challenging conditions such as snow, mud and sand, allowing owners to pursue more adventurous leisure activities.

Advanced powertrains make the all-new Sportage a highly economical, low-emissions real-world operator but such frugality is paired with smooth and highly responsive power delivery, resulting in an SUV that is energetic, sporty and fun-to-drive.

The all-new Sportage is the first Kia vehicle to be available in long-wheelbase and short-wheelbase model variants depending on the region, ensuring that the fifth-generation family fully meets the diverse and specific needs of all markets.

“Our new Sportage is a true inspiration for the SUV category in every sense,” said Artur Martins, Senior Vice President and Head of Global Brand and Customer Experience Division at Kia Corporation. “Be it the forward-thinking design, stellar interior, next-generation tech, efficient and responsive powertrains, the highest levels in safety systems or the very latest engineering breakthroughs that guarantee a responsive and optimal drive – the all-new Sportage is the ultimate urban SUV.”

Instant visual impact

A new design identity based on a bold and daring philosophy

The exterior of the all-new Sportage establishes new design boundaries and dramatically sets the tone for the next generation family.

Tense and crisp lines ripple along the refined body, amplifying dramatic styling tensions. At the same time, clean but muscular surfaces join forces with intricate graphics to give the SUV a dynamic and assertive road presence.

“Reinventing the Sportage gave our talented design teams a tremendous opportunity to do something new; to take inspiration from the recent brand relaunch and introduction of EV6 to inspire customers through modern and innovative SUV design. With the all-new Sportage, we didn’t simply want to take one step forward but instead move on to a different level in the SUV class,” commented Karim Habib, Senior Vice President and Head of Global Design Center

Revealed earlier this year to great acclaim from the design community, Kia’s new design language – Opposites United – is at the core of the all-new Sportage, influencing every aspect of its appearance and character.

The thought-provoking and daring philosophy is formed of five pillars: Joy for Reason, Power to Progress, Technology for Life, Tension for Serenity and Bold for Nature. The last pillar – Bold for Nature – has profoundly influenced the design creation of new Sportage, embodying the natural world and creating a design identity that takes a daring, emotional, modern but organic form.

The all-new Sportage is the result of a collaborative effort between Kia’s main global design network in Korea, Germany, the US and China.

From the front, the all-new Sportage showcases a precise and intricate design form with its detailed-orientated black grille graphic stretching across the width of the face. The technical graphic pulls together the main frontal features of the all-new Sportage, presenting a striking look. The grille links Kia’s modern signature Tiger Nose grille to the distinctive futuristic-styled boomerang-shaped LED DRLs (daytime running lamps), which in turn create solid boundary lines for the striking Matrix LED head lamps.

Paying homage to its sports utility heritage, the side profile of the all-new Sportage creates a stirring road presence with taut lines cutting across clean but refined body surfaces that seamlessly blend the contrasting volumes together. Representing a first for the Sportage range, a black roof – a different color paint option to the vehicle’s body – is now available with the new model, helping to accentuate the sporting profile and highlight the architecturally dynamic C-pillar. The addition of a chrome beltline kicks up onto the rear of the all-new Sportage and into the D-pillar, creating harmonious lines with the rear spoiler that further adds to the sporting pedigree of the car.

All-new Sportage maintains its strong road presence at the rear with a muscular swooping fastback design that flows into the rear lamps, which have been crafted to give the impression that they cut into the body with fine precision. The razor rear lamps are connected by a slim horizontal design, giving the all-new Sportage a stunningly wide impression from the back.

Depending on spec and model, new Sportage rides on 17-inch, 18-inch or range-topping 19-inch wheels, with a choice of seven different alloy designs, colors and finishes.

State-of-the-art interior space

Carefully crafted cabin combines advanced tech with contemporary style

The interior of the all-new Sportage plays with boldness in character, softness in qualities and innovation in technology, creating a driver-orientated space that is truly state-of-the-art. The cabin has been carefully crafted to fuse breakthrough tech with luxury features, premium materials and modern style.

At the center of the all-new Sportage’s modern cabin sits a beautifully sculpted integrated curved display with a slim touchscreen pad and finely detailed air vents. The curved display sweeps across the front of the interior, giving the cockpit dramatic width and depth.

The high-tech 12-inch touchscreen and advanced integrated controller act as the nerve center for driver and passenger connectivity, functionality and usability needs. Both systems have been created to be easy-to-use, highly intuitive and soft to touch. The 12-inch instrument cluster is equipped with the latest-generation full thin-film-transistor liquid-crystal display for incredibly precise and clear graphics. With such advanced and secure high-tech connectivity, all-new Sportage benefits from the latest over-the-air software and map updates.

An ergonomic center console has been optimally positioned for the driver and front passenger, providing storage, operating system configuration, cupholders and soft-touch switches, the latter sitting on a raised profile alongside the shift-by-wire transmission dial. A smartphone charging bay offers high-speed wireless charging.

Throughout the cabin, the highest quality materials that are sumptuous to touch have been used, while dynamic color options add vibrancy and energy. The driver and front passenger seats combine innovation and comfort in a sporting slim design.

The all-new Sportage’s intelligent interior space, which combines practicality, functionality and versatility, is underpinned by a compact wheelbase of 2,755mm, a width of 1,865mm, length of 4,660mm and height of 1,660mm. This has resulted in a package that is class-leading for legroom, headroom and luggage capacity. The all-new Sportage offers 1,050mm legroom for second-row passengers and 1,000mm headroom, while luggage capacity is 637 liters (VDA). To maximize convenience, the rear seats can fold down with the simple press of a button, allowing for a flat cargo space to be created seamlessly and quickly.

Fully immersive, in-car surround sound is delivered to the occupants of the all-new Sportage via an industry-leading speaker Harman Kardon premium sound system.

For the first time in the Sportage’s history, a more confident model has been specifically designed to convey a more vigorous, versatile sensibility. The X-Line Sportage features a lugged bumper, side sill and curved roof rack. On the inside, a signature sage green color is used, with bold quilting and black metal wood further bringing to life the model’s hardy persona.

Opposite to the X-Line in the new Sportage line-up is the GT-Line model, which has been designed to take on a more urban crossover SUV form with standout body colors that are vivid and spirited. The interior plays off strong contrasts between black and white, giving the GT-Line model a lively sporty environment.

Advanced powertrains

At the heart of all-new Sportage lies efficiency frugality, power and performance

The all-new Sportage will be launched with a comprehensive range of powerful, responsive and efficient powertrains, including the very latest-generation clean gasoline and diesel IC engine technology.

From the very start of development, all-new Sportage was intended to embrace the latest powertrain technology breakthroughs, making it one of the most efficient and eco-friendly SUVs available.

From launch, a high-tech 1.6-liter TGDI powertrain will be offered in the all-new Sportage line-up, generating 180PS and 27.0kgf.m torque. The four-cylinder unit realizes enhanced fuel efficiency through a new and optimized combustion process, breakthrough cooling technologies and key friction reduction measures, including an advanced integrated thermal management system and the use of a low-friction ball bearing.

Also included in the launch line-up is a new and highly efficient R2.0-liter diesel engine featuring an advanced variable geometry turbocharger that helps it to develop 186PS and 42.5kgf.m torque. The 2.0 four-cylinder unit has been designed in response to tightening emissions regulations and features an array of sophisticated technologies to drive down emissions output and enhance real-world fuel efficiency. Standout technical innovations include solenoid valve control, a variable capacity oil pump, an electric thermostat and an optimized lubricant and cooling setup.

The 1.6-liter TGDI engine is mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission (7DCT), while a 6-speed manual transmission is also available. The new R2.0-liter diesel engine comes with an extensively re-engineered 8-speed automatic transmission. The addition of a damper-controlled multi-disc torque converter serves to enhance fuel efficiency by enlarging the lock-up range and improves the new Sportage’s overall driving characteristics. The revised eight-speed benefits from a newly designed transmission structure that reduces oil leakage and improves control stability and gear shift response. It also features a new oil pump that has been optimized for capacity along with a high-efficiency tooth profile design.

Developed on an advanced architecture that encompasses the latest powertrain electrification innovations, the all-new Sportage range will also feature hybrid (HEV) and plug-in hybrid (PHEV) models that deliver a no-compromise eco-friendly SUV package. More information about the high-tech electrified all-new Sportage models, along with other gasoline and diesel variants, will be made available near start of sales.

An optimal drive in all environments

All-new Sportage debuts all-new Terrain Mode, E-Handling tech and a new ECS

Based on the company’s new N3 architecture, every element of the all-new Sportage has been designed and developed to enhance the SUV’s premium stature.

Representing a first for Kia is the creation of an all-new Terrain Mode that debuts on the fifth-generation Sportage. Developed for Sportage owners that want to pursue outdoor adventure and leisure activities, the highly-advanced Terrain Mode automatically adjusts the Sportage’s settings so that the vehicle realizes an optimal drive dynamic for any given road condition and environment, including snow, mud and sand.

Out of Terrain Mode, the Sportage defaults to Drive Mode, with the driver selecting from Comfort, Eco, Sport or Smart sub-settings. For convenience and added safety, all Drive Modes are displayed within the high-resolution digital cluster. An intuitive and highly visual graphic in the audio video navigation system disseminates how the vehicle has changed in terms of driving setup when changing from one Drive Mode sub-setting to another.

The new platform has also heavily informed all-new Sportage’s driving characteristics, combining a refined, stable and comfortable ride with agile and dynamic handling. An advanced steering and suspension system that has been meticulously tuned helps bring these qualities together. At the front, all-new Sportage benefits from a MacPherson strut type suspension while the rear gets a four-link type set-up.

A new Electric Control Suspension (ECS) provides optimum comfort and superior safety levels at all times thanks to its continuous damping control in real-time. An electronic 4WD system makes sure power is optimally distributed between the front and rear wheels depending on road conditions and driving situations, not only further enhancing driving performance but also boosting safety. In addition, HEV and PHEV versions of the all-new Sportage will gain the company’s new high-tech E-Handling system, further enhancing dynamic performance and improving agility and stability during turning-in and turning-out cornering maneuvers.

Leading the way in safety

Sportage is home to the very latest passive, active and ADAS safety technologies

With safety being a top priority during development, the fifth-generation all-new Sportage is one of the safest vehicles in its class.

Underneath the sleek exterior design of all-new Sportage is a reinforced and lightweight body structure that has high torsional rigidity. All-new Sportage has different safety restraint and structure system applications, including driver airbag, passenger airbag, side curtain airbags and low-side airbags.

Kia’s acclaimed in-house developed Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) technology helps the Sportage to avoid potential hazards, fully protecting occupants and other road users on every journey. As part of its ADAS package, the all-new Sportage features Kia’s industry-leading Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA), which helps avoid collisions with objects in front of the vehicle while driving. If the preceding vehicle suddenly slows down, or if a forward collision risk is detected, such as a stopped vehicle, a pedestrian, or a cyclist in front of the Sportage, FCA provides a warning. After the warning, if the risk of collision increases, FCA automatically assists with emergency braking of the vehicle.

Highway Driving Assist (HDA) helps maintain a set distance and speed from the vehicle ahead when driving on a highway, while also helping center the all-new Sportage in its lane.

Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control (NSCC) helps drive the all-new Sportage at a safe speed on the highway using real-time navigation data. Further extending the scope of NSCC, for parts of the highway where there are corners and curves, the technology automatically reduces the speed of travel before encountering the corner or curve. Upon getting back to the ‘straight’ of the highway, NSCC resets the speed limit to the original level.

When operating the turning signal to change lanes, if there is a risk of collision with a rear-side vehicle, a new Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA) system will provide a warning to the driver. After the warning, if the risk of collision increases, BCA actively controls the all-new Sportage to help avoid a collision. BCA is also active in situations such as parallel parking maneuvers, further helping to avoid collision with rear-side vehicles. Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM) is also included on the all-new Sportage and further enhances safety and driver visibility when changing lanes by displaying a real-time rear-side image of the vehicle in the instrument cluster.

Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA) helps the driver to remotely park or exit a parking spot from outside the vehicle.

Due for global market launch later this year, more information on the all-new Sportage will be made available in due course.

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