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I'm coming from a 2010 Nissan 370z. It was a great car; fun, fast and unfortunately fiscally irresponsible. I came to Carmax to see what they would offer (I also bought it from them). They gave me back EXACTLY what I paid for it. Treat your cars well and they will treat you well. My situation had changed. I am thinking longterm with kids and I also have a dog. I needed more room, and started looking at SUVs. I almost passed this car up because it just didn't have the same cool factor as my old car. But it felt comfortable (6'6 guy here), and had plenty of room for everything. The car drove fairly well. No complaints yet after 6 months. Better on gas than my previous cars. One downside is that there is no AUX connection.
I test drove a brand new Sportage from a Kia dealership and fell in love with it then, and I am still in love with it now. I am on the shorter side, and I must say that this SUV is easy for me to get in and out of. While you may have to step on the gas to make it move, (depending if you buy the 4 cyl like I did) this is an overall great SUV. Good on gas for it size, runs smooth, and when parked you don't even hear the engien. If you're thinking of buying a Sportage, do it. You will not be sorry!
The sportage had 41k miles. Interior was in good shape except for scratches on front door panels and small patch on driver seat. Exterior had alot of small rock chips on bumper and windshield otherwise paint in excellent condition. A/C is cold. Handles good,tight turning radius price new over 19k paid 14k credit union appraised 17k ! Has 50k miles now and no problems . Gets 18-19mpg cty 23mpg hwy at 70mph. Gets 39mpg hwy at 55mph.