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2009 Kia
Borrego

$10,899* 126K miles
CarMax White Marsh
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
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Location: CarMax White Marsh in White Marsh, Maryland 21162
Description: Used 2009 Kia Borrego EX for sale - $10,899, 126,990 miles with Luxury Package, Leather Seats, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors, 3rd Rear Seat, Fold-Away Third Row
Transmission: Automatic Color:Silver Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (4.583 reviews) Kia introduced the Borrego, a larger SUV, in 2009 - exactly the wrong time for the market. So after selling the 2009 inventory, which took two years, Kia didn't make another. It's a shame, because it's a great SUV. With the available V8, it's an alternative to a truck (properly equipped, it will tow up to 7,500 lbs), yet it rides like an SUV and has lots of room for passengers and/or gear. I bought the Limited Edition with a nav system, DVD, and back-up camera because I needed to tow a small horse trailer. It drives beautifully.

Reviews for 2009 Kia Borrego

Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5(25 reviews)

More than satisfied

I travel a lot and I have the opportunity to drive many different SUV's as rentals. About a year ago I was luckky enough to rent a Borrego and I have wanted one since then. The Borrego rides so much better than the vehicles priced $20000 or more than the Borrego. I hope Kia brings this vehicle back. I will purchase another one when I trade this one in years from now.

- Big T, 2009 Kia Borrego

Kias best vehicle hands down

This car is fantastic for the price, size and fuel economy. I said I would never own a KIA, and we'll here I am, for over 3 years now. We live an active life style and between 2 kids 2 large breed dogs and lots of friends we needed a big car that was great on Gas for an average price. An Explorer is about the same size but isn't great on fuel. This car seats 7 adults comfortably . I love my Borrego, and wish they still made them.

- Lauren, 2009 Kia Borrego

Pleased!

We bought our Kia Borrego in January of 2012 - it had previously been a rental. There were several reasons we chose the Borrego over the other 4 cars we drove (all mid-size SUV type). 1) It's high profile - we live on a dirt road and we're constantly getting nails in our tires...the high profile aspect allowed for a light truck tire, which we're hoping will cut down on the visits to the tire store. Our previous vehicle was a 2005 Chevy Uplander and literally, the tire store knows me by my first name because we're in every other week having a nail pulled. 2) It's 4WD - again, living in the country and being responsible for getting our kids to school/work/church we need to make sure we can get where we need to get, when we need to get there. Schools are in town (where they actually sand/salt the roads) so often, the worst part of the drive is our dirt road! 3) It has the capacity to hold 7 people - we were really grateful to find a vehicle that could accommodate as many passengers as our van (when we need it to)! 4) The second and third row fold all the way down, so cargo space is flexible, although it's VERY limited when all the seats are up. It would be difficult to get very many pieces of luggage in the back if 7 people were in the vehicle - that must be the reason for the ability to pile them on top! 5) The tow hitch was a nice perk, although we probably won't use it! Things I didn't realize about the car when I bought it: 1) The lights don't automatically turn off (exterior or manual interior) where the ones in our previous vehicle did. So, we've had to become really diligent about making sure we turn the lights off - a hard habit to get used to again! 2) You can access the third row easily only from the right side of the vehicle - and it's quite cumbersome to get the seat moved to get in. In fact, within one month of purchasing the vehicle the lever cap on the mechanism that moves the second row up and forward came off and it's taken quite an act of congress to get a new one found. This may be a common problem with this vehicle - when we purchased the car one of the A/C vent louvers was broken in the back seat. 3) The gas tank doesn't hold much - I'm having to fill up about every 4 days, where my van would last closer to a week. Not more money, necessarily, just more stopping at the gas station. 4) There seems to be a bit of dragging between 35-45 mph - not always, but definitely there. It's been difficult to get a mechanic to understand because they can't seem to replicate it in the shop, but I really notice it on hills. Other times, though, I notice it when I'm driving on a flat surface. So, that may be something else I end up having to deal with later. I even checked with Kia, thinking there may have been an update or recall, and there wasn't anything there for them to try. Things I'd heard about it that I did consider but didn't keep me from purchasing: 1) This vehicle was manufactured for only one year - I figure Kia isn't going anywhere, so this wasn't an issue for me. In fact, everything I read said that people wish Kia would bring it back because they like it that much that they'll want to replace it with another. 2) The A/C and heat stop at the second seat (no rear air) which may prove to be more of an issue when we experience another hot summer, but I am hoping that the design of the tinted windows, the light cloth seats and the way the vents sit in the middle will work alright - I guess we'll leave that to be seen. Overall, we're pleased! I would recommend this vehicle to a friend.

- , 2009 Kia Borrego

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.