Jenny reviews the new 2021 Kia Sorento in it’s top GT-Line trim. The latest Sorento looks better, it is heavily modernized and it has far more tech and perks than ever before.

Actually, Kia’s new SUV has more equipment than almost any other SUV in its class and price range available in Australia. The top trim GT-Line Sorento with AWD and some nice and pricey perks has a driveaway price of just under $65k. It also comes with capped price servicing for up to 7 years or 105,000 km, whichever comes first. Yeah, that is a nice addition, but even with that deducted, it is still more than $60k.

The new Sorento has a sibling that has seen it all, pushed to the max in some of the world’s most extreme environments—from Death Valley desert to the Alaskan tundra—all to create a vehicle with capability for whatever’s out there.1