Kia Telluride 2020 interior features

The Kia Telluride 2020 features a premium cabin complete with high quality materials. There's a spaciously comfortable first two rows of seats and more cargo space for the class than average. This Kia comes with a ton of driver helps as standard.
In its standard configuration, this SUV three-rows sits eight people. Replacing the seat of the second row divided by capitane chairs reduces the maximum occupancy of seven chairs.
The standard synthetic leather seats and second series power folding seats come. Front and second-row, heated and ventilated seats as adjustable forward seats, genuine leather coverings and heated steering wheel are available.

In the first two rows, adults have enough room to sit comfortably. For larger passengers, headroom gets slightly close in the third row, although children and younger adults should be all right. The power-folding and sliding second line make it easy to access the third line. In the second row two complete sets of LATCH connectors and a third set are available in the third middle row for installing child safety seats.
For securing child safety seats, there are two complete sets of LATCH connectors for the Telluride's second-row outboard seats and another full set for the driver's-side third-row seat.

There is a top-mounted anchor in the middle seats of both rear rows. The Insurance Institute for Road Safety gave the Acceptable system the second highest rating in terms of ease of operation.
The Telluride comes standard with Kia's UVO infotainment system, an8-inch touch screen, smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a six-speaker sound system, six USB ports, Bluetooth, push-button start, remote start, and proximity keyless entry.

The feature includes an optional 10.25-inch tactile screen, navigation, Harman Kardon 10-speaker premium stereo, wireless phone charge, an additional USB port, a dual area automatic climate control system, a rear passenger temperature control system and a sun roof. Also available are a number of driver helps, such as blind spot monitoring, automated beams, a 360-degree parking camera, a carriage assist that tracks lanes and other vehicles via radar.
Using the infotainment system is generally straightforward, and many critics praise the abundance of standard safety features.