The fan favorite Kia Sportage crossover is back for 2020! With this new model year, there are multiple trim options for customers. Here, we listed every trim for the 2020 Kia Sportage as well as the recommended MSRP, the engine power, and the EPA-estimated fuel economy for city and highway. The horsepower and fuel economy are based on the front-wheel drive option. All-wheel drive is available for any drivers that prefer that driving style.
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|Trim Level||Starting MSRP||Engine Horsepower (Front-Wheel Drive)||EPA-Estimated City Fuel Economy (Front-Wheel Drive)||EPA-Estimated Highway Fuel Economy (Front-Wheel Drive)|
|LX||$23,990||181 hp||23 mpg||30 mpg|
|S||$25,990||181 hp||23 mpg||30 mpg|
|EX||$27,190||181 hp||23 mpg||30 mpg|
|SX Turbo||$33,490||240 hp||20 mpg||28 mpg|
Trim MSRP and Engine Similarities and Differences in the Sportage
As the trims increase, the big difference is what the SX Turbo trim offers in strength and efficiency. As that engine is much more powerful, the fuel economy does change a bit. Each of the other three trims below it share the same engine, so they all have the same engine specs.
Of course, each trim is unique in the features it provides. Features standard in the EX may not be available in the LX. We hope you find this useful as you begin your research into each trim by seeing the options and the MSRP attached to each.
For more information on the 2020 Kia Sportage, follow our blog as we post about each of the vehicles we have available! If you can’t find what you’re looking for, contact our team here at Classic Kia of Carrollton! Feel free to send us an online message or give us a call. We are only half an hour away from Dallas and 40 minutes away from Fort Worth! We look forward to hearing from you.