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News 2020 Kia Mohave Revealed, But Is It Coming Here?

2020 Kia Mohave Revealed, But Is It Coming Here?

The Kia Mohave is a production version of the Kia Masterpiece concept shown in March.

The 2020 Kia Mohave was revealed yesterday on Kia South Korea’s Facebook page, but we are still not sure what to make of it exactly.

It has drawn comparisons to the Kia Borrego offered in North America until 2009, but Kia hasn’t confirmed if the Mohave would be coming here. It would likely slot between the Kia Sorento and Kia Telluride as a larger version of the former and more rugged version of the latter if it did hit North American shores.

Interestingly, we can’t see any Kia badges on the 2020 Mohave. The grille and square LEDs in the headlights and taillights give it away, but Kia seems to really want to push the Mohave brand with its latest SUV.

Kia Masterpiece Concept Debuts At The Seoul Motor Show

We don’t have any specs on the 2020 Kia Mohave just yet and no one has seen the interior. All we know is that Kia has a new SUV in the works and it looks good. Given how well the new Telluride has been doing, Kia may just roll the dice one more time on a large SUV with off-road cred for our market. Time will tell.

 

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