New Kia Sportage 2023 failed the Latin NCAP test
Unfortunately, the new 2023 Kia Sportage did not pass the Latin NCAP test. The result was the worst possible, with the vehicle receiving the lowest score (zero stars) possible. This is because the vehicle did not meet any of the five safety criteria evaluated, in which the ratings include child protection, adult passenger, pedestrian and brakes, in addition to structural stability.
The Latin NCAP test failed on the new 2023 Kia Sportage due to mediocre Pedestrian Collision Protection results, a lack of adult safety features, and a poor rating for children. Due to inadequate Latin American regulations, cars are not required to offer additional safety features, and the 2023 Kia Sportage was not designed with safety in mind.
Is there a forecast for the launch of the New Kia Sportage?
Unfortunately, there is no forecast for the launch of the new Kia Sportage 2020 for the moment. No official statement has been released that the model has passed the Latin NCA test, so it's unlikely that this model could be released in the near future.
Which customers should get the 2023 New Kia Sportage?
Customers can expect some of the best features in the industry, such as next-generation connectivity, advanced safety, a panoramic sunroof, advanced infotainment systems, upscale interior finishes, extensive customization options and modern powertrains.
The new Sportage will also have an improved design, with new alloy wheels available.
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