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Last Updated: January 31, 2019

Low, but Rising Sales: Sales of the Sportage sat near the bottom of the competitive compact SUV segment in 2018 sales. Rivals like the Toyota RAV4 and Nissan Rogue each outsold the Sportage about 5 to 1. However, compared in 2017, sales of the Sportage were up 13.7 percent.

Average Prices: A base Sportage starts at $23,750, which is typical for the class. However, the Sportage's extensive standard and available features make it a good value relative to several competitors.

Time to Buy: Now is a good time to ride the rising sales wave, as demand for the Sportage is still relatively low. Additionally, you may be able to find a discounted price on an outgoing 2018 model as the new version gets more attention. Check out our Kia deals page, which has all the best finance and lease offers. Another strong choice for your budget is the Sportage’s corporate cousin, the Hyundai Tucson. You’ll still get a wealth of standard and optional features as well as a best-in-class warranty, but for less money. Our Hyundai deals page can help you save even more.

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