See good deals, great deals and more on Used Kia SUV / Crossovers in Gainesville, VA. Search from 221 Used Kia SUV / Crossovers for sale, including a 2010 Kia Sportage LX, a 2012 Kia Sorento 2WD LX, and a 2013 Kia Sorento AWD LX ranging in price from $3,490 to $52,994. Kia, a subsidiary of Hyundai, is a South Korean car manufacturer that was first sold in the United States in 1994. Kia is known for its affordable and fuel-efficient cars, vans and SUVs and usually known as the value leader in each representing vehicle class.
The new Kia XCeed is a radical crossover coupé calling for adventure. Riding high off the ground, the distinctive profile envelops a surprisingly large and comfortable interior. Powerful engines and advanced technologies make it an irresistible all-rounder.
XCeed Plug-in Hybrid
Energize your independence
The new Kia XCeed Plug-in Hybrid is a stunning crossover that thrills in both electric and gasoline modes. Modern technology, all-electric driving capability and low emissions make it stand out from the crowd.
Celebrate the extraordinary
Stand out from the crowd in this stylish and spacious all-electric crossover. Powerful batteries and innovative technologies make sustainable driving in the new Kia e-Soul an all-round pleasure.
For those who can’t get enough of life
Bold on the outside, exhilarating on the inside – this cool urban crossover is packed with smart tech like Kia’s On-Board Services that keep you connected and informed on every journey. Plus the option of an advanced Mild Hybrid powertrain – for greater fuel efficiency without compromising on dynamic performance.
The hybrid crossover
The new Kia Niro is so much more than a car. From low emissions and fuel consumption to exceptional driving comfort and striking looks, this game-changing hybrid crossover stands out from the crowd. No question it's the one you've been waiting for.
Niro Plug-in Hybrid
Inspired by nature. Driven by efficiency.
A crossover in its genes, plug-in hybrid efficiency at heart: that’s the nature of the new Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid. Fitted with advanced technology throughout and striking eco-accents. With room for a crowd, a generous boot – and a boosted electric range of 58 km, this one’s in a class of its own.
The all-electric crossover
The new Kia e-Niro is eye-catching, spacious, quiet and comfortable. Sporty acceleration, a long driving range and convenient assistance technologies make it a pleasure to drive.
Never ceases to amaze
The new Kia Sportage isn't about fulfilling your expectations – it's about exceeding them. More distinctive design highlights. More state-of-the-art technologies. More progressive features to make every ride as comfortable as never before.
The strong all-rounder
Commanding, modern looks. A cabin with luxurious style and comfort. Roominess and flexible transport options to suit all your needs. And high-tech designed to make every drive a pleasure. This versatile 7-seater with optional All-Wheel Drive is everything you expect and much more.
New Sorento Hybrid
Power meets efficiency
The new Kia Sorento Hybrid is the all-round package. From is commanding looks to its sophisticated hybrid powertrain for optimum fuel efficiency and driver engagement. Right through to its advanced assistive technologies, luxurious cabin finishes and 7-seater versatility.
New Sorento Plug-in Hybrid
Bring on anything.
The new Kia Sorento Plug-in Hybrid matches powerful design with advanced electrified powertrain technology. Delivering a perfect blend of optimum fuel efficiency, zero-emission drive, convenient charging options, and engaging driving pleasure. Plus more space and versatility inside this 7-seater, and an extended line-up of assistive technologies.
Kia Crossovers 2020
Kia officially revealed its new minivan--but don't call it a minivan--because even though the 2022 Carnival replaces the Sedona, Kia uses the word 'minivan' precisely zero times throughout the Carnival's literature. Instead, the company insists on calling it a 'multi-purpose vehicle' or MPV. It may seem silly, but Kia's minivan-aversion isn't completely unfounded because the Carnival does look decidedly less van-like than the old Sedona, or indeed any other minivan on the market, and more like a three-row crossover that's been lowered and given sliding doors.
Riding on the same N3 platform underpinning the Sorento and K5, the Carnival's frame is said to be lighter, stronger, and quieter than that of the outgoing Sedona. Just one powertrain is available: a 3.5-liter V6 sending a claimed best-in-class 290 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque to the front wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission. Towing capacity sits at 3,500 pounds, right in line with the Toyota Sienna and Honda Odyssey, but 100 pounds short of the AWD Chrysler Pacifica.© Kia
The 2022 Kia Carnival is available with either seven or eight seats, the difference lying in the second row. Under the eight-seat configuration, the 'Slide-Flex' second row has a middle seat that can slide closer to the front (for easy parental access to the baby or small child sitting in it) or be folded down and be used as a table. For those who would rather optimize comfort over seat count, the seven-seat Carnival features two VIP Lounge Seats in the middle row complete with heating, ventilation, 'wing-out' headrests, power adjustment, and leg extensions.
Despite the determinedly un-frumpy exterior design, Kia is claiming best-in-class interior room with 168.2 cubic feet of total passenger room and 145.1 cubic feet of total cargo room behind the front row. Another best-in-class claim lies in the Carnival's comprehensive ADAS suite which includes Hyundai/Kia's signature Blind-Spot View Monitor that shows a live video feed of the lane you're signaling to get into. While interior quantity is generous, interior quality should impress as well, falling in line with other recent Kia products for looking far more premium on the inside than that badge might suggest.
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Speaking of badges, the 2022 Carnival will be the first Kia sold in the U.S. to use the company's new logo which, as crooked as it might look to some, blends in well with the Carnival's horizontal taillight treatment.
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A bunch of now-expected minivan, er, family ride features are accounted for such as standard hands-free sliding doors, an optional hands-free liftgate, a Rear Occupancy Alert that honks and turns on the four-ways if it detects a locked child or pet inside, a Passenger Talk PA system, and two rear-seat entertainment screens with wireless Apple and Android device mirroring on SX and above. Load up on those offline Netflix movies, children. Up to nine USB ports throughout the Carnival keep said devices charged. Keeping the adults in the front row informed and entertained, meanwhile, is an available 12.3-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The fully digital instrument cluster also happens to measure 12.3 inches diagonally.
The 2022 Kia Carnival is scheduled to reach dealerships in the second quarter of 2021.
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