Used KIA Sportage cars for sale

We currently have 6 in stock

Our stock of used KIA Sportage come in a range of gearbox and fuel type options and are currently located at the below sites

Fuel Type

Korean manufacturer Kia has metamorphosized from niche budget caterpillar to mainstream butterfly in the space of just a few years, and its third-generation Sportage is arguably the most eye-catching to date. Bang-on-trend as a compact and highly stylish crossover in the mould of the Range Rover Evoque, the Sportage is good to drive, well built, roomy inside and glides over rougher terrain thanks to its raised driving position.

But while Kia has made giant strides, it hasn’t forgotten what made it so popular in the first place, namely strong value for money and an industry-leading seven-year warranty – so even the earliest models sold by Motorpoint offer incredible peace of mind at a great price.

Add in a wide choice of petrol and diesel engines, numerous trim levels and options and there really is something for everyone in the Sportage line-up. No wonder the Sportage is now firmly established as one of the UK’s top-ten best-selling cars.

Or try these: Nissan Qashqai, Ford Kuga, Hyundai Tucson

Engines

Sportage buyers can choose from two petrol and three diesel engines. The entry-level 1.6 GDi petrol engine isn’t turbocharged and is only available in front-wheel drive with a manual gearbox, so it trades some performance and off-road ability, but it’s a great budget choice.

Step up to the turbocharged 1.6 T-GDI petrol and the world’s your oyster – a big boost in performance, plus a choice of front- or four-wheel drive, manual or dual-clutch automatic gearboxes. Decisions, decisions.

The three diesels are all mild hybrids. There are two versions of the 1.6 CRDi engine, an a 2.0 CRDi – again it’s front-wheel drive and manual only for the entry-level model, a choice for the mid-spec 1.6, and the 2.0-litre gets all-wheel drive as standard, but a choice of manual or auto gearboxes.

Bodystyles

There’s just the one bodystyle for the Sportage – a five-door body with raised ground clearance. Unlike the Kia’s Nissan Qashqai rival, there’s no option to upgrade to seven seats, but at around 4.5 metres long (depending on spec), the Sportage strikes a nice balance between generous interior space and a relatively compact footprint.

Trim Levels

You’ll typically find used examples of the Sportage offered in six main trim levels, progressing in an orderly fashion from ‘1’ to ‘4’ and then ripping up the numerical rulebook with the GT-Line and GT-Line S, the latter two introducing a sportier flavour.

The latest examples registered in the UK skip ‘1’, meaning ‘2’ effectively becomes the entry-level – Kia’s focus on value gives it a generous level of equipment, with stylish 17-inch alloys, dual climate control and heated front and outer rear seats, not to mention the trick tech listed below.

Every now and again Kia adds a special edition to the range. See if you can spot the Platinum Edition for sale at Motorpoint, or maybe the latest JBL Black Edition, which gets a panoramic roof and – as the name suggests – a JBL premium sound system. Pick of the bunch, that one.

Technology

South Korea has rivalled Silicon Valley for smart technology over the last decade, and Kia is no exception. Naturally there’s Bluetooth connectivity with voice control, USB ports front and rear, and DAB radio, but other cool features fitted as standard across the range include a 7- or 8-inch touchscreen with sat-nav and Android Auto/Apple CarPlay functionality, a reversing camera and high-beam assist. There's even a lane-keep assist system as standard. Bag the bells-and-whistles JBL Black Edition and you’ll be lavished with LED headlights, UVO Connect Services and a 360-degre Surround View Monitor. Blimey.

Browse our latest stock to find your perfect Kia Sportage now! All our models come with manufacturer's warranty, under four years old with less than 30,000 miles!