Wheelchair-Accessible Kia Sorento Interior

June 30th, 2020 by

Wheelchair Accessible Rear-Entry Kia Sorento exterior trunk view
Considering a wheelchair-accessible Kia Sorento SUV from Freedom Motors USA? The standard Kia Sorento interior specs provide a cavernous cargo area that is highly suitable for rear entry modification. Whether you’re in Los Angeles, CA or Dallas, TX, investing in the freedom of a Kia will reward you with safe, reliable transportation for many years to come! Learn more about the standard Kia Sorento interior specs with us below, then review the rear entry dimensions.

Standard Kia Sorento Interior Specs

The Kia Sorento new SUV is designed for 7-passenger seating, with a total passenger volume of 154.2 cubic feet. A wheelchair-accessible Kia Sorento will have the third row removed, as well as the middle seat in the second row, leaving Orlando, FL families with comfortable seating for 4 passengers, including the driver. You can find detailed passenger and cargo dimensions for the Sorento interior, below:

  • Headroom (1st/2nd/3rd-Row): 39.5 inches/39.3 inches/36.3 inches
  • Shoulder Room (1st/2nd/3rd-Row): 59.1 inches/58 inches/52.8 inches
  • Hip Room (1st/2nd/3rd-Row): 56.7 inches/56.4 inches/41.4 inches
  • Legroom (1st/2nd/3rd-Row): 44.1 inches/39.4 inches/31.7 inches
  • Cargo Volume Behind 1st Row: 73 cubic feet
  • Cargo Volume Behind 2nd Row: 38 cubic feet
  • Trunk Cargo Volume: 11.3 cubic feet

Modified Kia Sorento Rear Entry Dimensions

For a clearer idea of whether the wheelchair-accessible Kia Sorento will suit your needs, review the accessibility specs for rear entry:

  • Door Height: 54 inches
  • Door Opening Width: 30.5″ for 2020 and previous models; 28.5″ inches beginning with 2021 models
  • Ramp Width: 30.5″ for 2020 and previous models; 28.5″ inches beginning with 2021 models
  • Ramp Length: 56 inches
  • Interior Height: 56 inches
  • Ground Clearance: 8 inches

Kia Sorento Interior Features

The Kia Sorento interior provides a fantastic array of standard features for an affordable price! YES Essentials seat fabric is family-friendly and easy to clean, and one-touch slide and fold 2nd-row seats are easily operable when you need some extra space. Other feature highlights in the Kia Sorento new SUV include:

  • 7-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone compatibility
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Rear camera with dynamic guidelines
  • 12-volt power outlets
  • USB/auxiliary input jack
  • Bluetooth® wireless hands-free connectivity
  • And more!

Find Your Next Rear Entry Vehicle at Freedom Motors USA!

You can’t beat the freedom of a Kia, but if you’re interested in other wheelchair-accessible SUVs, we invite you to take a look at our larger rear entry inventory! Still need to do some research on wheelchair SUV or wheelchair van financing? At Freedom Motors USA, we have a dedicated finance team that can help. Reach out today to start a conversation, or apply for pre-approval online to get started now! No matter where you’re at in the car-buying process, Freedom Motors USA is just a few clicks away for help

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