The Kia Sportage recently underwent a complete redesign, giving the SUV a more modern look as well as updated features, inside and out. Another update arrives in the form of the all-new 2023 Kia Sportage Hybrid.
“The new Sportage Hybrid SUV marks yet another step in Kia’s advance on sustainable mobility, as part of our global ‘Plan S’ efforts,” said Sean Yoon, president and CEO of Kia America at Kia North America. “In addition to paving a new pathway to electrification, the Sportage Hybrid also delivers superb driving dynamics, cutting-edge design, and a vast array of technology for a world-class in-car experience.”
With any hybrid vehicle, efficiency is top of mind. With its 1.6-liter turbo engine, the 2023 Sportage Hybrid is estimated to get up to 43 mpg on front-wheel drive models. That turbocharged powertrain means you can still have fun while driving the Sportage Hybrid, too. Active all-wheel drive is standard on certain models and available on others, letting you customize the vehicle as needed.
On the outside, the Sportage Hybrid showcases the “Opposites United” design philosophy, a part of the Kia global brand transformation of “Movement that Inspires.” This is shown through the SUV’s tiger nose grille with a floating design, “boomerang” daytime running lights, angular fenders, a crisp shoulder line, “notch-shaped” taillights, and unique 17-inch wheels.
Other highlights of the all-new Kia Sportage Hybrid include best-in-class rear cargo capacity of 39.5 cubic feet, class-leading rear legroom (with 41.2 inches of room), and a dual-level cargo floor for even more space. Other interior amenities include standard Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay® along with available tech like a Harman Kardon® sound system and a 360-degree Surround-View Monitor with 3D view.
If you want to know more about the new Kia Sportage Hybrid and when you can get behind the wheel of this efficient SUV, contact our team at Gossett Kia in Memphis, Tennessee.
 Combined MPG based on EPA estimates. Actual mileage will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and your vehicle’s condition. See FuelEconomy.gov for more details.