Kia’s sporty electric SUV is long on sporty, short on SUV. Hey," we said to the MotorTrend test team as it pulled its instruments off the 2022 Kia EV6. "You guys all have something on your face. Something really odd-looking. Goodness gracious, are those … smiles?" Sure enough, the EV6 had elicited that rare sign of positive emotion among
Plug-in hybrids promise to bridge the gap between internal-combustion vehicles and EVs, offering a useful amount of all-electric range along with the ability to gas up and drive straight to Topeka, just like you did in your '68 Olds 442. That would seem an ideal combination, but seldom do the gasoline and electric sides of a PHEV play equal
The Kia Sorento is one of the better midsize SUVs you can buy, but it just missed a podium placement in our midsize SUV rankings. So what gives? Well, despite its confident handling, eager responses, and tech-forward interior, the mainstream turbocharged gas powertrain isn't as refined as it should be. We recently tested the Sorento Hybrid, and it has
"The Kia EV6 is one of the best electric cars on sale, with a great range and rapid charging" Pros 300-mile+ range Fast charging Impressive tech Cons Firm ride Rear headroom Smaller battery size not available in the UK The Kia EV6 is a sporty electric hatchback with a range of over 300 miles, impressive 350kW rapid charging and
The front-wheel-drive hybrid version of Kia's redesigned Sorento mid-size three-row crossover packs a solid 227 horsepower and a 37-mpg EPA combined estimate. The new 2021 Kia Sorento hybrid doesn't make a big deal of itself, despite being the first electrically assisted version of Kia's mid-size crossover. It's got a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, and
The RWD version of the Kia EV6 impressed us, but can the AWD model do the same? Verdict The Kia EV6 is a terrific electric car, but we’re not convinced that it’s worth spending the extra money on this dual-motor version. It’s faster in a straight line but not really any more involving or capable on twistier roads –
Never forget how important the right tires are. "Power is nothing without control." That's not a quote from a notable historical figure or philosopher; it's part of Pirelli's marketing message, with the slogan plastered across billboards during Formula 1 races. The point is well taken, but Kia apparently didn't get the memo while it worked on the 2021 Kia
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