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2009 Kia Borrego EX V8 4WDReview
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Good Value And Feature Rich Others Should Use Kia As A Bench Mark To Strive Towards — No matter if you buy the bottom line or top of the line they include safety features equally ( except knee air bag on Borrego EX). Clean lines,not just flashy to sacrafice visibility, better fuel economy then others in same category along with better towing by a substantial margin.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: power,interior room, visibility,safety

Cons: plastic on back of seats too slippery

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2009 Kia Borrego LX V8 4WDReview
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The Whole Suv Package. — I test drove and examined the Borego. The 4.6L is a rocket. The Borego is a full frame SUV and it scoots better than the Suburban, Expedition, or any other 7 passenger SUV that I know of. This thing is built mostly by robots like any other Kia or Hyundai so build quality is not even an issue. The Borego will turn heads but is still very classy. Fuel mileage is supurb for a 12,000 GVW capacity vehicle and stops on a dime. The only thing I am going to change is putting it on Eibach springs to bring it down about 2 inches.

Pros: The price

Cons: People don't realize I have a luxury SUV.

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2009 Kia Borrego EX V8 4WDReview
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The Only 7 Seater, Off Road, Tow Vehicle. — I was waiting to find a slightly used V8 model for a while. I finally got one and love it. The turning radius is amazing on it. The power for acceleration is great, I have towed up to the 7,000 pound limit with no problems. The quality is great. As expected gas mileage is not great but it is comparable or better than most V8's in it's class. The tires that come with it are horrible, they are for a much lighter vehicle and not for trucks. The size is rare so a bit more of a hassle to find and there is no room for a slightly larger standard size tire. Smaller rims will not fit because of the large brakes on the front. After the warranty period, I will be looking at upgrading the suspension and wheel wells to fit much better tires. Otherwise, this is the only 7 seater vehicle that can tow 7,000 pounds that looked good, had a 5 year warranty, decent price and performed well.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Great vehicle, but not perfect.

Cons: No room for standard size truck tires.

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2009 Kia Borrego Review
CollinG123 says:
Handles the road with good vigor for its size!
vs2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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2009 Kia Borrego LX V6 4WD Review
GuruCGRDS says:
When I first bought this vehicle I was in question my dad is an executive retired engineer world headquarters GMC, this Kia Borrego Ive already had my hundred thousand mile warranty done and I will be done with it in 20/20, and they told me that I can move forward to another hundred thousand miles and 5 years
vs2020 Kia Telluride LX AWD
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