Here at Kia of Duluth, we are proud to offer the 2020 Kia Telluride -- the Motor Trend SUV of the Year! To explore this new SUV for sale in person, stop by our new and used Kia dealership in Duluth, Minnesota. If you are considering upgrading your ride to a new SUV, you're looking for something that can accommodate your day-to-day activities and help you escape the hustle and bustle on the weekends. According to Motor Trend, the new Telluride is that vehicle. Inside the 2020 Telluride, drivers are treated to auto emergency braking technology, blind-spot collision technology and standard seating for eight.
According to Motor Trend, "the Telluride makes a strong first impression based on styling alone, especially compared to the aforementioned competitors." When you want a vehicle that stands out and separates itself from a crowded marketplace, you want the new Kia Telluride. To get behind the wheel, you can contact us about scheduling a test drive today!
When you are in the driver's seat, you'll immediately take note of some of the Telluride's key highlights:
When it comes to forging your own path, the 2020 Telluride delivers the capability and output you need, thanks to a 3.8-liter V6 engine that produces close to 300 horsepower and over 260 pound-foot of torque. If you are shopping for a new SUV with all-wheel-drive, the Telluride features a variety of AWD modes, including AWD Lock and Snow mode, to help you conquer rugged conditions and slippery situations. When your weekend excursions require a second vehicle or watercraft, the Telluride can tow up to 5,000 pounds.
Kia knows that today's driver wants to bring their favorite mobile-apps along for the ride. With Apple CarPlay® support and Android Auto™, Kia makes it easy to connect your compatible iPhone® or Android™ device. Drivers of Motor Trend's SUV of the year can keep their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road with hands-free calling and texting while also enjoying turn-by-turn directions. When you pick out your new Kia Telluride, be sure to choose a trim model that features the available 10.25-inch touch-screen display with real-time highway updates. The new Kia Telluride also helps you maintain a full battery charge in your compatible devices, thanks to the six USB Ports (five Charging, one Media).
Along with its shark fin antenna and 18-inch alloy wheels, the 2020 Telluride is one stylish ride, thanks to the:
Now that you know more about all that the new 2020 Kia Telluride models provide, you'll want to choose an affordable auto loan with low monthly payments. That's where our finance department comes in. Our team is here to answer your questions and tell you how to get pre-approved for financing offers and lease deals.
Our sales team is eager to walk you through the full lineup of 2020 Telluride models and point out the models that feature the available options you're interested in. Take these directions to our Kia dealer in Duluth, Minnesota, and compare the Telluride LX to the Telluride SX. We hope to see you soon at Kia Of Duluth!
Mar 2017 By AARON ROBINSON
Kia gave us plenty of warning that it would eventually build a car like this. Back in 2011, Kia’s Frankfurt show stand featured a rear-drive GT concept, and then, three years ago, Kia unveiled the rear-drive Stinger GT4 two-door concept in Detroit. While we knew that a Genesis-based Kia would eventually emerge, we didn’t know that the hamster brand’s reach into the premium segment would be a four-door hatchback and that it’d actually name it the Stinger.
We know that all kinds of silly names come up in the product-planning meetings at car companies, but rarely does one actually become a chrome trunk badge. Alas, we tease, but Kia gets some credit for being ballsy, if also slightly confusing. Hyundai has taken the risky but necessary gamble of spinning off Genesis as a separate luxury brand with a buying experience that is distinct from that for Accent intenders. Its most glaring need, apart from a line of crossovers, is a smaller rear-drive BMW 3-series fighter. So it’s surprising that, despite several Kia concept cars that warned us of its arrival, the very product that Genesis craves will appear first as a sort of Asian mini Porsche Panamera built on a Genesis platform and wearing a Kia badge. We live in strange times indeed.
The unusual but appealing design originated in Kia’s European studio and furthers the reputation of Hyundai-Kia chief design officer Peter Schreyer for delivering visual feasts. Say what you will about Kia, but it is not afraid to mix genres or take chances. The Stinger rides on a shortened version of the Genesis longitudinal-engine, rear-drive component set. It comes with a generous helping of high-strength steel to hold down the mass. The front suspension uses struts while a multilink arrangement carries the rear. At 114.4 inches, the Stinger’s wheelbase is about four inches shorter than the Genesis G80’s, but the whole car is a bit larger than its intended targets—Audi A4, BMW 3-series, Infiniti Q50, and Lexus IS—and a low roof gives it a rather aggressive stance. Eventually, the Stinger will be joined by a Genesis doppelgänger with more-formal sheetmetal.
A turbo 2.0-liter four, familiar from Hyundai-Kia front-wheel-drive models, is rotated 90 degrees and delivers 255 horsepower and 260 pound-feet while the step up is a 365-hp 3.3-liter V-6 with twin compressors, the base engine in the big Genesis G90 banker’s barge. The eight-speed automatic from Kia’s last anomalous luxury reach, the forgettable K900 (see, you forgot about it), transmits the torque to either the rear axle or both axles.
The only hitch may be that American buyers have proven fearful of things they don’t understand, such as a luxury hatchback sedan sold in the dealerships of a brand that normally trades in more modest fare. No doubt this is why Kia chose Stinger for the name instead of K901 or something equally forgettable.
The stinging begins this summer with prices expected to fall in the bustling $35,000-to-$45,000 range.