Kia's most recent participant in the mid-size SUV fragment, the amazing Telluride–is proving its popularity. As indicated by another report from Cox Automotive, it seems to attract all the rich purchasers to the worthy brand's showrooms.

As first revealed via Cars Direct, the Telluride's normal exchange cost when putting on the market eight months ago is over $40,000, which means most purchasers are going with the top-spec SX trim or paying on alternatives for the midrange EX. Despite base Telluride LX models start at around $32,785, the EX and SX start at $38,185 and $42,585 respectively.

As reported by the latest statistics from Automotive News, Kia has sold 34,160 Tellurides in August 2019, with 6374 of them leaving seller lots that month. That number outperforms its corporate dual, the Hyundai Palisade, which sold 5115 moIn case the transaction prices are stil high, it could be a sign that Hyundai and Kia—both generally saw as low-priced options to established brands—have formally blurred the line among standard and luxury versions. Or, on the other hand, it could just be a hint of what cars are being made accessible ready for sale at businesses, with high-end models being advertised and base models being harder to acquire.dels in August. Moreover, the Palisade deals are as yet increase, and the Hyundai version of the SUV debuted a lot later than the Kia, deals kicking off in June. To take into consideration, the entrenched Toyota Highlander sold 28,364 in a similar timespan.

We've gotten an opportunity to drive both, and we've left amazed, exceptionally with top-spec Telluride SX and Palisade Limited version, which offer close extravagance interiors and bunches of standard innovation and safety equipment. For example, Telluride SX models accompany an panoramic sunroof, programmed high-beam headlamps, 20-inch wheels, a Harman/Kardon stereo, and numerous different comfort that align the Telluride with luxury SUVs, like the Cadillac XT6 and Acura MDX.