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Topic - Tom Loveless
The Kia Sorento has been the brand's best-selling vehicle every month since arriving in January 2010, and with the addition of several enhancements the popular crossover now has one of the highest residual value ratings for the 2012 model year in the compact CUV segment from ALG, the industry benchmark for residual values and a leading provider of data and consulting services to the automotive industry.
"With gas prices above $4 per gallon in many parts of the country, fuel economy has become an even more important element in consumers' decision-making process when considering a new car, and the Kia Sorento's all-new GDI engine delivers increased horsepower, lower emissions and outstanding fuel efficiency by achieving up to 32 miles per gallon on the highway," said Tom Loveless, vice president, sales, Kia Motors America (KMA). "Kia's value proposition has never been stronger, and with Sorento's high residual value rating by ALG, buyers can benefit from higher resale values and excellent leasing options."