Was looking for a SUV and actually went to look at Explorers. Wife noticed the Sorentos parked next to the Explorers so we inquired about them and we ended up test driving it. We were sold after the first mile. It has as much interior room as the Explorers and plenty of power and has a similar look. The interior is well done and quiet as well. For the price difference between to two it was a no brainer after we drove it. We have been pleasantly surprised the more we drive the vehicle! Would recommend the Sorento to anyone thinking about an SUV.
All the bells and whistles of a $60k vehicle at little over half the price. Seriously folks this is no joke and a definate money saver for a person who either is on a budget or just does not want to pop mega bucks for a car worth half that three years later. V6 gives power to spare and the ECO button allows it to get better milage than the MKZ I traded in. First time my wife hasnt yelled at me for a car purchase and that pretty much sums it up. So far I am very pleased with the purchase, get back to me in a couple of years and I will let you know if it holds up or was too good to be true. No wonder its made in America too imagine that.
Before purchasing this car we spoke to a mechanic and asked what his thoughts were on this car. He said that they are very good cars with minimal problems. They have improved greatly since they began selling these cars. The price was right. It costs less than $40 dollars to fill this car with gas. I get approximately 400 miles each time I fill it up. I am on the petite side and I find that it fits me very well. My husband on the other hand would like a bigger model SUV. I love how it handless he road for me. This car has the third row of seats (it is a bit tight in the back) which was another thing I was looking for, so another item on my checklist was checked off. It has air vents in the back so it is comfortable in that way.