SAN FRANCISCO – Kia Motors America Inc. re-introduces an all-new version of its Sportage small cross/utility vehicle here after a 2-year hiatus in the marketplace. The original Sportage was introduced in 1994 along with the since-discontinued Sephia compact. The two vehicles, combined, accounted for 12,000 sales that year. Sportage sales peaked at 62,400 in 2000 and it was phased out in 2003. (See related story: New Kia Sportage to Hit U.S. in January) Kia Sportage Pricing, ...

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