The 2021 Kia Sorento still shuttles families in three rows of seats, but it’s not the largest crossover SUV available by the automaker anymore. That distinction goes to the fantastic Kia Telluride, the Korean automaker’s breakout hit last year and our Best Car To Buy 2020. 

This year, the Sorento gets a makeover to find itself among other crossovers Kia’s since introduced, and perhaps break out of the cookie-cutter crossover shape it’s been stuck with for the past few years. 

Kia hasn’t yet said how much it will cost, but the 2021 Sorento will likely arrive in the U.S. in late 2020. 

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Style and performance

The new Sorento’s big continental energy replaces its dowdier minivan shapes from last year, complete with a creased hood, thin LED headlights, and sharper nose. The Sorento channels some of its look from the new Seltos, at least in…

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