If Kia was an ice-cream stand, it would be selling two scoops for the price of one, and the Sorento continues that tradition of giving more for less. Its three-row model crossovers compete head to head with other manufacturers' two-row designs. Buyers are convinced: They've made Sorento the second most-popular model in Kia's lineup, and it outsold Toyota's better-known RAV4 and the Subaru Forester in July.
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