The 2022 Kia Sorento has eight trim levels: LX, S, X-Line S AWD, EX, X-Line EX AWD, SX, SX Prestige, and X-Line SX Prestige AWD. Below, we’re going to compare the eight trim levels in terms of price and then give you a look at the lowest and highest options in terms of expense and luxury. You can find Kia Sorento models here at Friendly Kia. We’re located in New Port Richey and proudly serve the surrounding communities of West Florida.
How much does each trim level cost? Below, we have listed the starting MSRP of each Kia Sorento trim level. Starting MSRPs give you a good idea of what the model will cost at a dealership, but they aren’t a rule so much as a guideline.
$29,490 for the LX
$32,390 for the S
$34,290 for the X-Line S AWD
$35,390 for the EX
$39,090 for the X-Line EX AWD
$38,190 for the SX
$41,090 for the SX Prestige
$43,090 for the X-Line SX Prestige AWD
The LX trim level gives you your basic Kia Sorento features. It has a rugged body styling which is a highlight of every trim level. It offers matte black front and rear skid plates, a black grille, and 17-inch alloy wheels as exterior design elements. Inside, there is an 8-inch touchscreen, 6 speakers, manual air conditioning, cloth seating, and a 6-way manually adjustable driver’s seat. It has everything you need in an SUV at a fair price.
Now, how does the X-Line SX Prestige AWD trim level compare to the LX trim level? It also has a rugged exterior design. It switches things up with a hyper silver finish on its front and rear skid plates, a dark hyper silver front grille, X-Line roof rails, upgraded exterior lighting, a shark-fin antenna, and 20-inch X-Line gray finish alloy wheels among other exterior enhancements. Inside, its touchscreen is 10.25 inches, it has 12 speakers, the climate controls are dual-zone and automatic, the seats are embossed and perforated genuine leather, and the driver’s seat offers 14-way power adjustments including lumbar support and a thigh extension.