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News 2023 Kia Sportage Priced from $25,990 in the US

2023 Kia Sportage Priced from $25,990 in the US

The 2023 Kia Sportage is priced to move, and the number of trims and variations will satisfy all buyers


  • AWD is a $1,800 option on all trims.

  • It is assembled on Kia’s N3 platform.

  • Hybrid and PHEV versions to come.


Kia is once more demonstrating its might and intentions. The all-new 2023 Sportage is designed like no other and can be fitted with premium features that were once reserved for far more expensive SUVs. On the topic of price, the new Sportage is once more value-packed.

Kia Sportage Reinvented for 2023

The new Sportage will still be very affordable, priced from $25,990. As standard, it will be equipped with eight standard Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) features not to mention one of the roomiest cabins and cargo areas in the segment. For those who require the latest in technology will have access to versions with an available dual panoramic curved display seamlessly that connects two screens for nearly 25 inches of digital viewing.

For all versions except the “X” models, AWD will be a $1,800 option. Both the Hybrid and PHEV versions will be launched later, and pricing will be shared closer to the on sale date.

Here is the trim breakdown and pricing:

FWDAWD
Sportage LX$25,990$27,790
Sportage EX$27,990$29,790
Sportage X-Line$30,790
Sportage SX$31,490$33,290
Sportage SX-Prestige$33,490$35,290
Sportage X-Pro$34,990
Sportage X-Pro Prestige$36,790

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Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai

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