Since the 2020 Kia Telluride was a winner out of the gate, it was a no-brainer for Kia to bring it back for the 2021 model year with a few enhancements. The Telluride tops the Kia lineup as the largest SUV produced by the company in North America. The size is put to use with three rows of seating and enough room to make every row comfortable for fully grown passengers.
The 2021 Kia Telluride brings a remote engine start button, an improved trailer wiring harness, and a new trim to the young model name. The differences may be subtle, but the key combination of features that made the Telluride such a quick success last model year remains intact. The fresh styling, scrolling list of features, and impressive capability make the Telluride the SUV to beat right now. For more specific information, review the table below as it outlines essential specifications and available features for the 2021 Kia Telluride.
|291 Horsepower||Heads-Up Display||360-Degree Camera Monitoring System|
|262 lb-ft of Torque||Smart Power Liftgate||Front and Rear Parking Sensors|
|Standard 3.8L V6 Engine||Ambient Mood Lighting and LED Interior Lighting||Blind View Monitor and Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist|
|All-Wheel Drive||Drive Mode Selector||7 Airbags and Child-Safety Rear Door Locks|
It’s not hard to see why the Telluride found so much success. There is not enough space here to list every possible feature of the SUV, but the engine is where it all starts. A beefy V6 engine makes the Telluride capable no matter how many of the seats are filled, or how much cargo is stored in its cavernous interior. Most of the features above are standard, but the SX Limited Nightsky Edition is still the trim to beat in terms of features and units sold.