Kia’s ageing medium SUV is a competent crowd-pleaser – particularly if you’re willing to splurge on the top-of-the-line offering.
Even the best first impressions can come undone during a two-day road trip. Can the Sportage maintain its dignity on a gruelling interstate journey?
The Sportage might be an SUV by name, but it’s a city car by nature.
The Sportage’s reputation precedes it – but can it live up to great expectations over the course of a rigorous several months of ownership?
In the face of more modern and increased competition, can the Kia Sportage in entry-grade S guise still compel the family buyer to consider it?
Kia is still holding onto the manual option, but is it worth the $2000 saving over the auto?
The Kia Sportage SX might have a new designation, but it remains the same as ever under the skin.
The 2019 Kia Sportage GT-Line petrol looks the goods, but does it have the goods as your next family car?
The Kia Sportage GT-Line diesel offers a decent blend of comfort and drivability.
Less common than they once were just a few years ago, compact diesel SUVs still have a place in Australia, and Kia stakes its claim with the updated Sportage diesel.
It might be the entry-level offering in the Kia Sportage range, but the Si CRDi is also one of the most appealing when it comes to price and features.