When you need capability and space for cargo, but you don't want to sacrifice style and comfort, the 2016 Kia Sorento might be your perfect SUV. Inside, you'll find high-tech features and room for the family, all on top of an affordable price and impressively well-designed exterior. We're comparing the engine specs and interior features you'll find inside the 2016 Kia Sorento and 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe. We hope to help you choose the right car for your and your family by highlighting the unique characteristics that make the 2016 Sorento stand out from the competition.
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When you are comparing the exterior of the Santa Fe and the Sorento, it's easy to spot the differences in design, as well as the differences in size. The larger Santa Fe has room for more passengers, and thus a longer body and larger overall footprint. The 3.3-liter V-6 engine under the hood of the Hyundai only achieves 25 miles per gallon on the highway, and when compared to the 29 highway miles per gallon with the 2.4-liter I-4 engine on the Sorento, it's easy to see why so many small families choose to drive home in this Kia SUV. The fuel money savings, on top of the lower base MSRP, makes the 2016 Kia Sorento a truly great choice for families and adventurous drivers with a need for cargo space.
Starting specifically with cargo space, the 2016 Kia Sorento has a lot to offer. With all of the seats in the front and rear in the upright position, the Sorento offers more than double the cubic feet of cargo space you'll find in the Hyundai with all the seats in the upright position. The Santa Fe may offer seating for up to seven passengers, but the roomy interior of the Sorento makes up for lack of seating. Both SUVs come with a first-row LCD screen and Bluetooth compatibility. Inside you'll find high-quality cloth seating, and a number of optional technology features that can make for a safer and more exciting driving experience. When it comes to choosing between the more fuel efficient, more affordable, and spacious Sorento, or the extra seats in the Santa Fe, the choice seems pretty easy to us.