Kia Updates the Telluride to Make it More Competitive in a Very Crowded Segment

After 2 years on the market, Kia Telluride already received its first updates

After being launched as a concept in 2016, Kia Telluride finally arrived on the market for the 2020 model year

And now, after only 2 years on the market, the Telluride already received a few updates

For the exterior the 2022 Telluride received a slightly redesigned radiator grille and new Kia emblems

The "AWD" emblem received an updated color and finish

The interior was also updated with the addition of a larger 10.25-inch navigation display, fully automatic temperature control and highway driving assist to the LX and S trims

Like in the year before the 2022 Telluride will be powered by a 3.8-liter V-6 engine that delivers 291 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque

The 2022 Telluride will be offered in four trim levels: LX, S, EX, SX in both FWD and AWD version

The base version, the LX FWD is priced at $32,790, while the AWD goes up to $34,790

Next in line is the S FWD priced at $35,290, with prices for the AWD going up to $37,290

An extra $500 will bring you the EX FWD - $37,790. If you want the AWD version you will have to pay $39,790

The SX is priced between $42,690 and $48,890 while the range-topping SX-P trim will set you back $46,980

Expect the 2022 Kia Telluride to be in dealers soon!

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