Which used Kia Sportage 4x4 should I buy?
We think the sweet spot of the range lies at the bottom with the 133bhp 1.6 petrol. It isn't quick, but it feels more urgent than the smaller diesel around town. That said, if you plan to do a fair bit of motorway driving, then it's worth investigating the diesels further.
Standard kit is very good. All cars get alloy wheels, air-con, four electric windows, a rain sensor, Bluetooth and cruise control. For standard two-wheel-drive models, move up to 2 trim and you get parking sensors, a sunroof and part-leather seats added.
Further up, 3 trim offers leather seats, climate control and xenon headlights, but we'd recommend sticking to entry-level 1 because it has everything you need and is the best value.
Our favorite Kia Sportage 1.6 GDi 1