I really enjoyed driving the 2021 Kia Sorento Sport and GT-Line, as BabyDrives!
These are my top 10 favourite family-friendly BabyDrive features:
- The media system of the 2021 Kia Sorento has built-in white noise sounds of nature! They are fantastic for soothing little ones while driving.
- There are five top tether anchorages and four Isofix in the back of the 2021 Kia Sorento and they fit five child seats, a small child can also just access the third row with them installed.
- There are aircon vents in all three rows of the Sorento which you can control from the front. There is also three-stage auto aircon and low vents in the front, both of which made a difference during our testing.
- The cup holders in the rear doors are great for holding kids drinks so they can easily access them while driving along.
In the GT-Line Model of the 2021 Kia Sorento:
- In the 2021 Kia Sorento GT-Line the rear window blinds are great for shielding little passengers from the sun while driving along.
- The GT-Line has a third row intercom which amplifies your voice to the back speakers so you don't have to shout to be heard!
- There are seat belt removal warning lights in the front ceiling for all five rear seats, a rear seat reminder when you leave the car and buttons on the side of the front passenger seat so that the driver can move the front passenger seat easily, great for allowing rear passengers easy access when doing school pick ups etc.
- The key fob has a remote start button so you can start the engine and remotely move the car forward and backwards out of a parking space. This feature is great for tight car parks where there is not enough space to get kids in and out without banging car doors.
- There is a child lock button in the drivers door control panel which locks the rear doors and windows so little fingers can't fiddle with them!
- The 360-degree parking cameras make parking the large seven seater much easier, there is also a rear view camera that you can turn on at any time while driving along as well as indicator cameras that come up in the drivers head up display so you can see to make sure there are no blind spots.
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