2007 Kia Sportage Overview

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Trims

EX
Avg. Price: $9,521
EX 4X4
Avg. Price: $9,478
LX
Avg. Price: $8,434
LX 4X4
Avg. Price: $8,843
LX V6
Avg. Price: $9,259
LX V6 4X4
Avg. Price: $9,559

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Based on 10 reviews

Kia Sportage My Queen by Prashan
 — well my sportage is my beauty cos i wud neva get ne other vehicle otherthan a sportage.. my top speed was 140km/h brakings are really sweet cz its a small svu so just love it all i knw is that ther ha... Read More
Winter Vehicle by tigergirl
 — Drives well, comfortable, no blind spots, great gas mileage, there has been two recalls on this vehicle, both items have been fixed, This is great for hauling things the rear seats fold down along wit... Read More
Great Car by kja_miller
 — Just got it. love it. great for family with small children. safe and easy to drive. nice compact suv. not to big not to small. will definatly buy kia again in future. my daughter even loves it. fun to... Read More

2007 Kia Sportage Overview

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2007 Kia Sportage

The Sportage, along with the Sephia, was Kia's first vehicle introduced in the U.S. This crossover SUV with two rows of seating for five passengers got a more aggressive redesign in 2005, and the 2007 Kia Sportage offers very few changes. Chief among them are chrome accents on the rear fascia and a new Sport Package for the LX trims, featuring a rear spoiler, foglights, sporty instrument gauges, leather trim, and a mesh grille.

The 2007 Sportage packs a lot of standard features at a pricetag lower than many of its competitors', making it attractive to families. It's available with two engines. The 2.0-liter, 140-hp inline four comes in LX trims only, with either a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic. Unfortunately, an automatic transmission isn't offered for the 4-cylinder four-wheel drive model. The 2.7-liter, 173-hp V6 is available in LX or fancier EX trims, with only the automatic transmission. All trims are offered in front-wheel or four-wheel drive.

ABS, traction control, six airbags, and stability control are all standard, as are 16-inch tires, power features, cruise control, a rear wiper, roof rails, and a tailgate and rear window that open independently. EX trims add some luxury with a sunroof, leather trim, keyless entry, MP3 capability, and foglights.

In 2005, the Kia Sportage was made longer and wider for more stability and more interior leg and shoulder room. The rear seat folds down to expand cargo capacity to 66.6 cubic feet, and the front passenger seat also folds to fit longer objects. Aside from its sluggish acceleration, particularly with the inline-four engine, and its expected so-so gas mileage, most owners love their 2007 Sportage. They particularly point out its highly rated safety features (it received a five-star crash rating from the NHTSA), easy and light handling, and quiet ride. They also like how well even base trims are equipped.

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Kia Sportage Questions

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What Damage Would Happen To A 2007 Sportage V6 If The Timing Belt Breaks?

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How Do I Rplace The Passenger Front Door Handle 2007 Kia Sportage

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Timing Belt

Kia is recommending that I get my Timing Belt changed at 60K. Is that really necessary? I was thinking around 70k or 80k

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Thinking Of Buying A 07 Sportage, Any Comments?

Need a new ride soon. Please give feedback {good or bad} on 2007 Kia Sportage with 33,000 miles on it.

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JReick
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Can Any Explain To Me Why The Key Sometimes Get Locked In The Acc When Turn...

The key gets stuck in the acc when turning off the vehicle can anybody tell me on how to fix it

139 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 years ago)