2010 kia borrego review

2010 Kia Borrego Review

Kia Borrego



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 Even though the build of this vehicle seems outdated, it is featured with many modern amenities and cabin quality along with a decent warranty.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.

2010 kia borrego review

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.


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