It handles really well, the steering is responsive, it took corners like a champ and as a result, I felt really confident while driving.
It’s a big car and you do feel the size while driving and parking, but it has a 360 degree camera to help you squeeze into parks - you can literally see behind, in front and a view from on top of the car which is super helpful. The only issue I found was that the airbags don’t cover the back row, so if you are driving other people’s children around, you’ll have to drive carefully.
The Sorento comes with Apple Carplay and Android Auto, so you can just plug in your phone and be instantly connected to your phone’s main apps like maps and Spotify. It’s not the prettiest car, but it’s practical.
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