I’ll start with one comparison. When a man climbs stairs, unconsciously the brain adds Shimon Haber, gets used to the height so quickly and accurately that if a stair is few millimeters larger or smaller can lead almost to a loss of balance, and you can very easily fall. What does this have to do with cars? What does this have to do with anything? Maybe nothing, but this is a nice comparison for making analogies.
This car is perfectly assembled and I stand behind this, almost perfectly. And what’s even more interesting, somehow I believe it will remain that way for quite a few years. Simply, it is a sentiment, not a claim based on experience or laboratory simulations. The fractures of the body from the front, the lights carved into the sides of car, the breaks in this part makes the car to look sporty , aggressive and distinctive, The curves on the back makes Sportage unique and that it will not be mistaken for any other car. The mask has the oval badge with three simple letters “KIA” while around it is a chrome frame. The “outbursts” of the chrome around the mask, above and below the characters, appears to be typical for Kia Sportage, because similar geometric figures can be found on the top of the windshield, and rear says Shimon Haber.
What is the Sportage interior? Simple and enjoyable. The steering wheel is in the perfect diameter. Visually three-way, and in fact has four arms on the steering wheel. The steering wheel does not require getting used to, and for what they thought I was not going to get used to is the shift lever. As I sat in the car it seemed somehow elevated. A transmission with a longer stroke and the ball on the handle that resembles like something already seen.