2019 Kia Sorento infotainment system features
The infotainment system is the new crown jewel of the modern car. No one takes this as seriously as Kia. See what we mean as we explore the 2019 Kia Sorento infotainment system features and more with this comprehensive overview.
Infotainment options for the 2019 Sorento
There are three UVO infotainment systems in all for the 2019 Kia Sorento. The L, LX, and LX V6 trims all get the 7-inch UVO Play system which includes the radio, backup camera, Bluetooth, and auxiliary audio support.
The LX and LX V6 are available with the UVO eServices 7-inch display which comes standard on the EX V6. It adds a CD player along with SiriusXM satellite radio. The EX V6 can also be upgraded to the UVO eServices 8-inch display that comes standard on the rest of the lineup. This 8-inch display adds navigation and HD radio.
2019 Kia Sorento smartphone connectivity
Of course the Kia Sorento has Bluetooth capability for its 2019 model, but that’s hardly all. It also has Android Auto and Apple CarPlay which enables many smartphones to integrate nearly seamlessly and utilize features such as music and even navigation.
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The most amazing part about this feature is that it’s entirely standard on every 2019 Kia Sorento. No matter which trim level you pick, from the L up through the SX Limited, you will get Android Auto and Apple CarPlay functionality. This includes the UVO Play infotainment system.
Power ports of the 2019 Kia Sorento
The Kia Sorento is ready for your whole family and all the technology that they want to bring along with. There is a total of four traditional 12-volt outlets. Two of them are in front and then there is an additional plug in the second and third rows for your passengers.
There’s also an AUX/USB port up front and two available USB rapid charging ports with one in front and one in the second row. In addition to all this, the Sorento even has available wireless charging for supported smartphones.
Impressively, the second row also gets an available 110-volt inverter. It’s a standard three-prong household plug. This means almost anything you could plug in at your house, you could likely plug in on the go.