The Kia Sportage could be a good addition to a fleet of vehicles, with one reviewer highlighting its value for money and attractive fuel consumption.
Writing for Fleet News, Gareth Roberts noted that the car comes with a long list of features as standard, including air conditioning, alloy wheels, power windows and cruise control.
He also pointed out that, according to the manufacturer, the vehicle can achieve 54.3 mpg when it is fitted with stop-and-start technology.
This could provide a big return for car leasing customers and other motorists who frequently drive on the motorway, Mr Roberts commented.
Meanwhile, he revealed that it compares favourably to the Nissan Qashqai – one of its closest rivals on the market – adding that its emissions level puts it in the 19 per cent benefit-in-kind tax bracket.
Last month, the Kia Sportage picked up the accolade of Best Crossover vehicle at the 2011 Fleet News Awards, with the publication describing its running costs as “competitive”.
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