2015 Kia Sorento DETAILED Review on Everyman Driver

2015 Kia Sorento DETAILED Review on Everyman Driver

http://www.everymandriver.com/ – 2015 @Kia Sorento DETAILED Review on @EverymanDriver with @IMDaveErickson Everyman Driver Monthly Newsletter – http://eepurl…



Ford Fan97 says:

We own a 2013 Santa Fe and I see a lot of the same parts. Are the two CUV’s

Skyler91 says:

In europe we get 7 years. DAMM YEAH!

(lol, nobody really cares)

cassiocm says:

I would wait for the upcoming redesign. I have a 2013 with the older 3.5
engine and I am getting 22 in the city 27 hwy. I think the new one will
have more gears which should help with hwy mileage.

Everyman Driver says:

2015 @Kia Sorento DETAILED Review on @EverymanDriver with @IMDaveErickson

jimmy saah says:

I have a question, its kinda stupid, but when you turn the car off do the
12v power outlets turn off too? My current car is a 2006 Jeep liberty and
the outlets stay on, i really hate that!

J kK says:

That’s the mileage I am getting with my 2008 Kia Sedona. Gas mileage isn’t
improving much. For those of you who are educated, you can thank the bad
gas mileage on Ethanol. That nasty little additive the federal government
forces use to use now. It also destroys engine parts and components in
your engine over time (but they don’t tell you that either). Do yourself a
favor and do some research on the subject. Ethanol robs you of at least
10% of your gas mileage.

Ivan Vojt says:

The 2016 is suppose to have a larger 3rd row.

Fast81Z28 says:

Thanks Dave. Best review of the Sorento I’ve seen on Youtube.

J kK says:

5 Adults and 2 midgets…LOL

Ryan DeGrazier says:

Review is spot on! Just got this to replace my Ford Explorer (aka
Exploder, aka White Lightning) and this kills it. Got the V6 AWD with no
third row and you cannot beat it, especially if you take price and warranty
into consideration.

ahjwille says:

RAV4? You mean the Highlander?

vitalsignus1 says:

Few problems to mention-3rd row seating they added took away the additional
hidden storage that was formerly behind the 2nd/backseats, which was deep
enough to accommodate the windshield wiper fluid jugs. Those jugs are a
necessary evil to carry around with you because 1)the dispenser for
windshield wiper fluid is SMALL. And 2) WIndshield wiper fluid motor tends
to freeze in the wintertime because it is located behind the passenger side
front tire (close to the snowy ground). I have heard several complaints
about the push-button start on the Hyundais and Kias not working because of
a problem in the braking sensor. Its easy to bypass if you know to press
the start button twice and then hold it down the 3rd time until it bypasses
the brake and just starts but what everyday mom is going to know this?
Both Hyundai and Kia have stated they ‘cannot replicate the problem’
meaning it doesn’t give off an error code so they will not pay to fix it.
I myself have a 2011 Sorrento and haven’t had that problem since I only
have regular key start but it does make me nervous if I wanted to purchase
a model above my EX. 

Nyahbinghi says:

Hi Dave, you compared this Sorento to RAV 4, how does it compare to the

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