When you're looking to get behind the wheel of the family-friendly Kia Telluride, you may be wondering which trim level is best for your lifestyle. To help you decide which option best suits your driving needs, Dulles Kia has detailed their similarities and differences. Take a closer look at how these two trim levels compare before visiting our Kia dealership near Sterling today.

Kia Telluride LX vs. S: Similarities

The base-level LX and second-tier S trim levels both offer a comfortable driving experience around Chantilly. With three rows of spacious seating and an eye-catching exterior design, the new Telluride helps make every commute or weekend getaway more enjoyable. Some of the most notable similarities between these two trim levels include:

  • 291-horsepower 3.8-liter V6 engine
  • 5,000 pounds of towing capacity
  • Kia Drive Wise driver-assistance features
  • Smart Key with Push-Button and Remote Start
  • 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system
  • Standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration
  • Up to 87 cubic feet of total cargo space

Kia Telluride LX vs. S: Differences

A few key differences set apart these two trim levels, perhaps making them more suitable for your lifestyle. While the LX includes standard seating for eight passengers with a second-row bench seat, the S features a set of luxurious captain's chairs, seating seven. Meanwhile, the second-level S trim also includes a selection of additional amenities and features to make your daily drives more rewarding, including a power sunroof, power driver's seat, and heated front seats. You'll also find additional cargo space available with the standard roof rails. Plus, you can easily charge your smartphone with a wireless device charger.

Learn More at Dulles Kia Today

Although the S trim offers additional amenities, you may wish to opt for the base-level LX trim for access to maximum passenger space. If you're interested in exploring the new Kia Telluride even further, we encourage you to visit our Kia dealership near Arlington today. We have dedicated staff standing by to walk you through the rest of the trim levels and answer any of your questions.

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