Presented for 2016, the third-generation Sorento profits by a refreshing for the 2019 model year. There are various surface-level updates, for example, reconsidered styling at the front and rear and some interior appearance tweaks, and the powertrain lineup has changed a bit as well. The standard 2.4-liter inline-four and available 3.3-liter V-6 motors remain the same, yet the four-chamber’s six-speed automatic has been updated and the V-6 gains two additional gears with a new eight-speed automatic. The Kia lives on the small end of the section, with its 189.0- inch length dwarfed by massive family haulers, for example, the Volkswagen Atlas (198.3 inches) and the Chevrolet Traverse (204.3 inches); instead, it fits into the space between those greater models and smaller moderate size two-row SUVs, for example, the Ford Edge. It’s not out of the ordinary that the Sorento’s interior, at that point, isn’t the most accommodating. Somewhat of a press is required for adults to get into the third row, and second-row riders must slide the seats forward to give the wayback passengers adequate legroom.