Unlike other “gearless” hybrids, Sorento Hybrid shifts by wire through a full gearbox, so it still feels like driving. Thrilling driving at that.
Hit the pedal and feel the instant torque of the combination electric motor and turbocharged engine—launching you forward into your next new experience.
Adventures last longer with Sorento Hybrid's range of up to 655 miles. So drop a pin on the map, pack up, and revel in the thrill of discovery.
No charging stations or garage charging necessary. Sorento Hybrid recharges its battery with regenerative braking while you drive, so you can hit the road without planning for charges.
With room for six, the standard 50/50 split-folding third-row seats also fold to expand cargo space if you’re not carrying a full passenger load.
The available Smart Power Liftgate automatically opens when Smart Key is detected, revealing a dual-level cargo floor that can hold taller items or conceal valuables.
Go big on your adventures with a series of optional excursion accessories that attach to the available roof rails, including a bike rack and rooftop cargo box.
Four drive modes adjust the throttle response, gearshift points, regenerative braking and more, so you can push for more power or conserve battery charge.
Standard Forward Collision-Avoidance Assistance with Pedestrian Detection (FCA-Ped) can help avoid collisions with cars and pedestrians ahead, while available Forward Collision-Avoidance Assistance with Junction Turning Assist (FCA-JT) can help detect oncoming vehicles while turning through an intersection.
Standard Blind-Spot Collision Avoidance Assist-Rear (BCA-R) can also help alert drivers to other vehicles and even intervene with the brakes in some cases.
Standard Safe Exit Assist (SEA) can help alert driver and passengers to potential hazards approaching from behind before exiting the vehicle, even activating the child locks.
Smart Cruise Control (SCC) automatically adjusts to maintain the driver’s pre-set speed and to keep a safe distance from the vehicle traveling directly ahead. On highways where information is available, Highway Driving Assist (HDA) can control the vehicle’s steering, acceleration and deceleration functions.