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Kia Borrego

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4.4   4.4
Expert Reviews
While American SUV buyers avoid V-8s like the proverbial plague these days, the Borrego holds a new-to-the-brand innoculation: best-in-class fuel economy. Whereas the EPA rates a four wheel-drive Ford Explorer at 13/19 (with either the V-6 or the V-8), and most other midsize SUVs guzzle even more, the Borrego's V-6 manages 16/21, while the V-8 clocks-in at 15/20. Problem is, a thoroughly, utterly conventional midsize SUV with best-in-class fuel economy in today's market is like a beauty contest winner in a leper colony. Twenty-one on the highway only looks good compared to numbers in the high teens. GM's large crossovers with roomier, more versatile interiors and superior handling manage 23.
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3.8  
$28,295
MSRP
$46,077
$26,570
Invoice
$42,528
6.6 sec
0 to 60 Acceleration
6.76 sec
16/21
MPG
17 MPG
3.0   3.0
Resale Value
1.0  
4.0   4.0
Performance and Handling see details
4.5  
2.7   2.7
Comfort and Convenience see details
4.0  
3.2   3.2
Safety Features see details
2.7  
unavailable
Passenger Space see details
3.4  
unavailable
Cargo Capacity see details
3.4  
2.2   2.2
Off Road Capability see details
3.5  
The Kia Borrego is available in 9 trims:
2009 KiaBorrego LX V6 4dr 4x4
2009 KiaBorrego LTD 4dr 4x2
2009 KiaBorrego LTD 4dr 4x4
2009 KiaBorrego EX V8 4dr 4x2
2009 KiaBorrego EX V8 4dr 4x4
2009 KiaBorrego EX V6 4dr 4x2
2009 KiaBorrego EX V6 4dr 4x4
2009 KiaBorrego LX V8 4dr 4x4
2009 KiaBorrego LX 4dr 4x2



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