Here is a 2010 Kia Borrego review indicating the significant aspects of this model.
Meet the 2010 Kia Borrego
2010 Kia Borrego is a rear-wheel drive vehicle, which is also provided as a four-wheel drive model with many engine variants. Even though the build of this vehicle seems outdated, it is featured with many modern amenities and cabin quality along with a decent warranty.
Under the Hood
The standard engine of this vehicle is a 3.8-liter V-6 for generating 262 horsepower, connected to a 5-speed automatic transmission. Moreover, it has an optional 4.6-liter V-8 power-train for delivering 300 hp with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The V6 engine can tow about 5,000 pounds, while the V8 engine can tow 7500 pounds.
Exterior and Interior
2010 Borrego is introduced with a modern grille, which enhances the appearance of vehicle. Because of using an independent rear suspension, it does not move as high as other truck-based SUVs, which appear like crossovers.
The upgraded improvements on the exterior of this vehicle are body-colored side mirrors with integrated turn-signal lights, chrome trim, aluminum roof rails on the door handles, grille, and a lift-gate. This vehicle has optional 18-inch alloy wheels to enhance off-roading capabilities.
Stepping into the interior, it comes with relatively spacious cabin when compared to other sibling SUVs. The standard and optional features on this vehicle include a rear sonar system, power adjustable pedals, and a backup camera. Moreover, an in-dash six-CD system, and optional Sirius satellite radio are included in interior. In addition to the above, this is the first vehicle to have optional navigation system.