At Rick Case Kia, we've always had the Kia Sorento pegged as a great car for families. After all, with its spacious interior and seven seats, even larger families here in Duluth, GA and nearby Atlanta will the Kia Sorento is great for everything from running errands around town to taking the little league team out for pizza after practice. However, while the 2019 Kia Sorento may seem tame and domestic at first glance, the video below shows it's a lot more rugged than you'd think.

Moab, Utah and its red rock monoliths are widely regarded as the proving grounds for off-road vehicles, so it's only fitting that the new 2019 Kia Sorento was put to the test there. Fortunately, the steep inclines and uneven terrain were no match for this capable family SUV, as it leveraged its substantial power and Dynamax™ all-wheel drive to make mountain climbing look like a walk in the park.

Of course, even if you're not planning on scaling steep rock walls in your daily commutes around Johns Creek, Lawrenceville, and Norcross, we're confident you'll still find plenty of use for the capability of the new 2019 Kia Sorento. To find out more about how this seven-passenger SUV performs, feel free to visit us a Rick Case Kia for a test drive.

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