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This top-of-the-range trim adds to GT-Line a self-parking system, an around-view camera, adaptive cruise control, rear side window blinds, ventilated front seats, automatic emergency braking, rear cross-traffic alert, a powered tailgate, wireless phone charger, LED headlights and an upgraded stereo. It’s too expensive to recommend.
The only engine available is a 2.2-litre four-cylinder diesel that is perfectly up to the job of powering the Sorento when it’s full of people and luggage. It’s a bit clattery compared with the smoothest diesels, but you rarely have to rev it hard, thanks to its muscular mid-range. Depending on which trim you go for, you can choose between a manual and an automatic gearbox.