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KIA Telluride

2020 Telluride

The Kia Motor company was founded in 1944, started off as a bicycle and steel tubing company in South Korea. Then began producing motorcycles in 1957, shortly after in 1962 they started with trucks, and in 1974 cars were introduced. In 1973, the Sohari Plant opened which was the first automotive assembly plant for Kia. In 1986 Kia made the move to the US market and had a partnership with Ford and then by 1992 Kia Motors America was started by 2006 Kia Motors introduced their Manufacturing plant in West Point, Georgia which opened in 2010. It’s safe to say Kia planted a flag and is continuously increasing their sales with newer cars and greater technology and 2019 Kia SUV doesn’t disappoint. This is the largest Kia SUV ever produced seats up to 8 people makes almost 300 horsepower. It’s a midsize SUV called the KIA Telluride designed in America for America and will be assembled at Kia’s manufacturing facility in West Point, Georgia (KMMG) alongside certain trims of the Sorento and Optima. When it goes on sale this year. The Kia Telluride will offer a great Midsize SUV while having the potential for adventure and exploration at anytime.The 2020 Telluride will be assembled in the United States from U.S. and globally sourced parts and is expected spring 2019 with limited availability. The goal of the Telluride is more upscale exploration than the feel of a utility vehicle, spacious cabin four wheel independent suspension, 8 speed transmission, Self-leveling rear suspension to name a few. Ride height is automatically calibrated depending on vehicle load to optimize control and stability (optional on EX and SX. The interior looks amazing and this will be a very nice urban daily driver and great off road vehicle. Available active on-demand all-wheel drive helps provide enhanced driving performance by actively distributing torque between front and rear wheels depending on road conditions and driver input. The system utilizes electro-hydraulic AWD coupling to precisely activate the multi-plate clutch plate, constantly redistributing the amount of power transferred to the front and rear wheels. During normal driving, power is distributed according to the drive mode selected. “Eco” and “Smart” modes deliver 100 percent power to the front wheels. Kia designers set out to create an upscale cabin with an abundance of premium materials, attention to detail, and an array of convenient features. Seems like Kia made the Swiss Army Knife of the midsize size SUV. Check out Towbin Kia for more information. 260 N Gibson Rd, Henderson, NV 89014

(702) 567-8000 

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