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The power to surprise: all-new Kia Sorento impresses What Car? readers

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The power to surprise: all-new Kia Sorento impresses What Car? readers

The all-new, third generation Kia Sorento has received yet more praise ahead of its UK launch later this year as What Car? readers individually award four stars or more, at an exclusive reader clinic event.

The five readers joined the What Car? editorial team at their Teddington based studios for an in-depth insight into the all-new, range topping Kia Sorento. This opportunity gave the readers an ‘access-all-areas' view to assess attributes such as styling, comfort, on-board technologies, practicality, ergonomics and aesthetics.

The readers were impressed by all areas of the car and individually awarded at least 4 stars, some awarding 4.5 stars. The outcome speaks volumes as Kia continues listen to customers' feedback, develop the brand and produce vehicles beyond expectation.

Paul Philpott, Kia Motors UK President and CEO, commented on the outcome: "We are extremely pleased that the all-new Kia Sorento has received this excellent praise from the What Car? readers. This is another example of how Kia has listened to its customers, incorporated that feedback into new vehicle development and produced a car people want.

"The all-new Sorento is a very important car for us, here in the UK and globally. It's a statement of Kia's promise to deliver vehicles above expectation,

The all-new Sorento will be launched later this year with orders being taken from April 1.

A video of the What Car? reader clinic can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmQJGZI1-Cg

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