The 2010 Sportage comes in base LX or EX trim, along with optional all-wheel drive, and even in the entry-level model, the compact SUV comes well-equipped. There are no changes since last year’s update, which saw Sirius Satellite Radio and auxiliary and USB jacks with MP3 playback capabilities made standard.
Standard features on all LX models include multi-reflector headlamps, roof rails, front and rear towing hooks, and a front-end skid plate. Upgrading to the EX model includes a power sunroof, fog lights, and heated side mirrors, while the Sport Package, available on LX V-6 models, comes with fog lights, a leather steering wheel and shift knob, a rear spoiler, rear cargo cover, and 17-inch alloy wheels.
Cars.com points out that V-6 models get standard cruise control. The Auto Channel says, "Sunroof, power windows, heated outside mirrors, trip computer, roof rack and keyless entry do not come as an extra cost or better known as an upgrade package, which is nice."
Kelley Blue Book sums it up well: “the Kia Sportage enjoys an almost opulent level of equipment.”