Used 2017 KiaSorento SX V6 Sport Utility

  • VIN: 5XYPKDA53HG204503
  • Stock: PC7163
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Location Details
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Odometer
37,035 miles
Fuel Economy
17.0/23.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Snow White Pearl
Interior Color
Satin Black
Body
Sport Utility
Transmission
Automatic
Drivetrain
AWD
Engine
Regular Unleaded V-6 3.3 L/204
Kia Sorento
  • Carfax One Owner

Detailed Specifications

  • Max seating capacity: 7
  • Fuel tank capacity: 18
  • Horsepower: 290

Dealer Notes

**room for the entire family!**, **low mileage**, **Options galore!**, AWD, black Leather, 3rd row seats: split-bench, Navigation System, Power moonroof, Wheels: 19" x 7.5 Spoke Cap Alloy. SX Snow White Pearl 3.3L DOHC17/23 City/Highway MPG Priced below KBB Fair Purchase Price!We'll have you saying, "I love my Titus-Will!". Did you miss us during store hours? Don't let the sunset deter you! Come visit us at www.tituswillcars.com and see the best in the northwest when it comes to selection of inventory! Over 2500+ new and used vehicles in stock every day! And don't forget to ask about our "Titus-Will Protected" program.Titus-Will Automotive Group is family owned and operated. The 2014 Time Washington Dealer of the Year has been doing business in the Tacoma area for over 75 years!! We have developed a loyal and dedicated following based on our unique approach to business; every car is completely inspected, reconditioned and detailed to our extremely high standards. We proudly serve: University Place, Lakewood, Parkland, Edgewood, Federal Way, Puyallup, Sumner, Spanaway, Auburn, South Hill, Des Moines, Bonney Lake, Kent, SeaTac, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Olympia, Chehalis, Centralia, Aberdeen and all other cities near and far!

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.6Out of 5
  • Safe car

    By Nell on Wednesday, February 05, 2020

    5.0
    As for safety, I was impressed when 3 years ago another vehicle ran a red light and hit me on my drivers side about middle of my Sorento when it began to roll over. I was very secure in my seat and although I did not know what was happening at the time while my vehicle was rolling over and ended up with the the drivers side face down on the highway, my seatbelt held me securely in my seat and airbags protected me. Though they had to break my windshield to get me out, I got out of my Sorento shook up but walking and tiny scratch on my arm. The paramedics were a husband and wife team who were in the process of looking for a safe vehicle and looked at the Sorentos reviews and was thinking of buying one. When they saw how I survived the crash and the great condition I was in they said we know now what vehicle we are going to purchase. My husband was able to see under the car while it was on its side and said wow it is really strong and made well and we went out and purchaserd another Sorento 2 days later.
  • A great car for the price

    By DB on Friday, May 24, 2019

    5.0
    I have driven high end cars all of my life and my Sorento is one of the absolute best I have ever owned. Fit and finish, inside and out, is perfect, and gas mileage has exceeded, by far, what I was told to expect. I feel sorry for those consumers whose egos won't let them own a Kia. The are missing out on owning a very high quality car
  • Our Second Sorento

    By jsh1120 on Sunday, October 28, 2018

    5.0
    Purchased a 2018 Sorento SX-L in January 2018. We looked at a variety of midsize crossovers and seriously considered the Ford Edge, Toyota Highlander, and Mazda CX-9 before trading our 2012 Sorento. Several factors went into our decision. An important factor was our 70K plus trouble free miles in our 2012 Sorento. Never so much as a single "check engine" light nor any other issue. Like most Kia owners (as reported in Consumer Reports) we found the Sorento to be ultra-reliable. Along with the superior warranties offered by Kia, it gave us confidence in the 2018 model. Otherwise, the size of the Sorento was a major point in its favor. Its overall length is virtually the same as the Ford Edge but the KIA has usable third row seating while the Edge does not. It is almost a foot shorter than the CX-9 but has more passenger and cargo room! In short, for our mission (suburban traffic and people hauling) the Sorento is better suited and more maneuverable than the other crossovers we considered. We chose the top trim of the Sorento, the SX-L. We found it superior to the top trims of the Highlander and Edge and at least equal to that of the Signature trim of the CX-9. (The Sorento has a panoramic sunroof and third row HVAC controls; the CX-9 does not.) In terms of overall performance the Ford Edge Sport with a turbo V6 was a clear winner. If 0-60 time had been a priority the Ford would have had an "edge." (Sorry.) The others we considered were virtually identical. But the Sorento and Highlander have naturally aspirated V6 engines compared to the turbo 4 of the Mazda and the Ford's turbo V6. Turbocharging is an appealing technology in terms of performance but in terms of long-term reliability and smooth, quiet operation naturally aspirated V6 engines are simply better. After 10,000 miles we're extremely satisfied with the Sorento. Trouble free, comfortable, feature rich, and maneuverable in the jungle of suburban traffic and parking lots, it's all we could ask for.

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