What Kia Models Have Third-Row Seating?

Whether your travels plan to go big in the new Kia Sorento SUV or even bigger in the latest Kia Sedona minivan, you'll find three rows of accommodations standard. Discover what each can mean for you here at Penske Kia Chula Vista.

You "wear many hats," as the saying goes. During the work week, you're a commuter on the nine-to-five, shuttling between, say, Chula Vista and National City, often with a few other points on the southern California map. On the weekend, and especially during that stacked-up paid time off, it'd be odd if you weren't doing everything from hauling the kids off to practice, camp, or one of your other many adventures to kicking back on an extended vacation. That takes a vehicle with more than just an energetic engine and amenities galore. You need space, three roomy rows of it, and moreover, storage flexibility (looking at you, boatload of luggage). You have two highly capable options.

The first is Kia Sorento, the go-to choice of mid-size SUV for families looking to head off the beaten path. Its cloth, leather, and premium Nappa leather options provide ample comfort for nearly any trip, and a 50/50 split-folding third row gives you the configuring abilities you need to make the most of it. If cargo's the order of the day, you can look forward to up to 38.0 cubic feet of space for it if you collapse the row. Of course, the sliding 40/20/40-split second row automatically folds, too, yielding up to a cavernous 73. But if the whole gang plans to ride along, row three features air conditioning with dedicated controls to combat SoCal's sultry drive.

The second is Kia Sedona, our automaker's flagship minivan and a favorite among larger families. Base models feature tricot fabric seating with YES Essentials® treatment for durability, with leather and premium Nappa leather options in higher trims for a lap of luxury. Optionally heated three-passenger and available first-class lounge seating in the second row, the former with a fold-down center console for convenient storage, provides easy access to the 60/40 split-folding third row. Collapse row three, and you gain a huge 78.4 cubic feet of room for cargo. Slide and stow that second row, and the result is a whopping 142.0.

There's plenty more to look forward to among the three-row options in the latest line of new Kia cars, SUVs, and vans. Take the short ride out to see us at 540 Auto Park Drive -- our Kia dealership here in Chula Vista, CA will be happy to accommodate your loved ones for a test drive. We're just a short drive away from National City!

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