2017 Kia Sorento vs. 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe: Head to Head

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Winner: Tie

Starting at $25,400 for its two row model, the 2017 Kia Sorento has one of the lowest starting prices in its class, but you’ll have to upgrade beyond the base model to get most features. A fully loaded model can run north of $45,000.

For $26,700, the LX trim comes with a rearview camera and 4.3-inch touch screen display. The LX V6 trim, which is the cheapest three row model, adds a more potent engine for $28,990. The EX V6 and SX trims include more standard features for $33,100 and $38,600, respectively. The Sorento’s top-of-the-line SX Limited V6 trim starts at $43,900 and adds Nappa leather and heated second-row seats.

The 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, which comes with two rows, starts at $25,350. The 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe’s SE base model, the cheapest Santa Fe with three rows, costs $30,800. The Limited and SE Ultimate begins at $34,950 and $38,700, respectively. The top-tier Limited Ultimate starts at $39,400.

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