Kia Sportage Coolant Type
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- Manufacturer: Kia
- Data Source: Owner's Manual
You can find 95 different trims for the Kia Sportage and their corresponding recommended coolant type.
The years available stretch from 1994 through to 2022 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.
The Sportage first entered the market about 30 years ago in 1993. It soon became a staple of the South Korean carmaker’s SUV family and is currently on its fifth generation.
The latest of these was unveiled in 2021. Before this, it did receive a facelift in 2019.
In terms of the Kia lineup, the Sportage currently sits near the top, finding itself between the Seltos and the Sorento.
It also sits near the top in terms of the compact SUV segment. For the latest version, it sits below rivals like the Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-50, and Volkswagen Tiguan.
As with many Korean vehicles, trim levels have varied depending on the region sold and the generation in question.
For the latest version sold in North America, these consist of the base LX, followed by the EX, SX, and SX Prestige.
Similar to trim levels, there have been a wide array of engine options offered over the years. These have included various petrol and diesel engines, as well as the hybrid versions that were introduced with the fifth generation.
For this generation, conventional petrol and diesel options, as well as hybrid variants, have all consisted of 1.6 L inline-4, 2.0 L inline-4, and 2.5 L inline-4 engines. Interestingly, there has even been a diesel hybrid version released, which is fairly uncommon.
These have been mated with a number of transmissions. For manual options, only a 6-speed has been given. Automatic options have included either a 6-speed or an 8-speed. There has also been a 7-speed DCT.