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All-New 2020 Kia Telluride: What You Need to Know

US News & World Report - Cars Logo By Kristen Hall-Geisler of US News & World Report - Cars | Slide 1 of 14: Ten years ago, Americans couldn’t get rid of their large SUVs fast enough. In 2008, the auto industry was in crisis and gas prices were climbing. But now, even as we’re on the brink of widespread electrification of our vehicles, Americans have a new appetite for SUVs that are large enough to haul the whole family. Nearly 1 million “large crossovers” were sold in 2018, so companies that have been known for smaller cars and SUVs are adding the biggest vehicles they’ve ever built to their lineups.That includes the 2020 Kia Telluride. It’s a midsize SUV, but it has three rows of seating for seven or eight passengers and a boxy shape like the big SUVs of decades past. It was introduced as a concept at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, and Kia brought the showroom-ready version back to Detroit in January 2019.The design may be a throwback, but the safety and infotainment technology inside the Telluride is definitely modern. Read on to find out more about this all-new model from Kia.

The All-New Kia Telluride Joins the Midsize SUV Parade

Ten years ago, Americans couldn’t get rid of their large SUVs fast enough. In 2008, the auto industry was in crisis and gas prices were climbing. But now, even as we’re on the brink of widespread electrification of our vehicles, Americans have a new appetite for SUVs that are large enough to haul the whole family. Nearly 1 million “large crossovers” were sold in 2018, so companies that have been known for smaller cars and SUVs are adding the biggest vehicles they’ve ever built to their lineups.

That includes the 2020 Kia Telluride. It’s a midsize SUV, but it has three rows of seating for seven or eight passengers and a boxy shape like the big SUVs of decades past. It was introduced as a concept at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, and Kia brought the showroom-ready version back to Detroit in January 2019.

The design may be a throwback, but the safety and infotainment technology inside the Telluride is definitely modern. Read on to find out more about this all-new model from Kia.

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