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Kia Sorento Sales Figures

Kia Sorento

Here you will find monthly and yearly Canadian and U.S. sales figures for the Kia Sorento. The Kia Sorento is a mid-size SUV that was first introduced in 2002. It is available in both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive configurations. The Sorento is powered by a 2.5-liter inline-4 engine that produces 191 horsepower and 181 lb-ft of torque. It is available with an 8-speed automatic transmission. The Sorento is a great choice for buyers who are looking for a spacious and comfortable SUV. It is also a good value for money car.

Kia Sorento Sales Figures

Kia Sorento U.S Sales Data & Charts

US Monthly Sales

US Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2005 47,610
2006 50,672
2007 36,300
2008 29,699
2009 24,460
2010 108,985
2011 130,238
2012 127,983
2013 105,649
2014 99,820
2015 116,249
2016 114,733
2017 99,684
2018 107,846
2019 96,531
2020 74,677
2021 81,785
2022 87,147
2023 88,645
2024 6,020

US Annual Growth

Kia Sorento Canada Sales Data & Charts

Canada Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2011 830
2012 14,031
2013 14,542
2014 13,982
2015 14,372
2016 15,466
2017 14,181
2018 15,579
2019 16,054
2020 11,821
2021 10,275
2022 4,169

Canada Annual Growth

Kia Sorento Europe Sales Data & Charts

Europe Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2002 7,212
2003 22,499
2004 34,789
2005 44,980
2006 36,520
2007 25,205
2008 14,212
2009 13,746
2010 14,304
2011 13,592
2012 10,741
2013 7,610
2014 9,390
2015 16,539
2016 15,344
2017 12,570
2018 10,017
2019 9,703
2020 6,885
2021 16,436
2022 11,471

Europe Annual Growth

Kia Sorento Generations

First Generation (2002–2009)

  • Introduced: 2002
  • Body Style: Available as a five-door SUV.
  • Engines: Offered with a choice of four-cylinder and V6 engines, with both gasoline and diesel options.
  • Features: Standard features included power windows, air conditioning, and an audio system.

Second Generation (2009–2015)

  • Redesign: A complete redesign with more refined styling and improved interior quality.
  • Engines: Continued offering a variety of engine options, including more fuel-efficient choices.
  • Features: Added more technology and convenience features, such as an available navigation system, rearview camera, and advanced safety systems.

Third Generation (2015–2020)

  • Design: Further refinement in design with a sleeker and more modern appearance.
  • Interior: Enhanced interior comfort and quality, with available leather seating and premium infotainment options.
  • Safety: Expanded suite of safety features, including lane departure warning, forward collision warning, and more.

Fourth Generation (2020–Present)

  • Platform: Built on a new platform with increased dimensions, allowing for more interior space.
  • Engines: Offers a range of powertrains, including hybrid and plug-in hybrid options.
  • Technology: Features a modern infotainment system with large touchscreens, smartphone integration, and advanced driver assistance technologies.