An activist group of Kia Motor Corp. customers in South Korea is demanding the recall of the ’04 Sorento SUV to repair an alleged problem with 5-speed automatic transmissions. The group says the automatics engage too slowly when put into reverse gear and could cause accidents. Unsatisfied with Kia’s response to its complaints, the Kia Sorento Owners Group says it will file for an injunction to prevent the auto maker from selling any more Sorentos in Korea until the transmissions are ...

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