The 2020 Kia Telluride Is Kia’s New Family SUV

The 2020 Kia Telluride Is Kia’s New Family SUV

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The 2020 Kia Telluride is a new midsize family SUV. Today I will review the Kia Telluride, and I’m going to show you all the important things to know about the Telluride during my Kia Telluride review.

OTHER KIA REVIEWS:
K900 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mz87tLToSVY
Stinger GT – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDVbx1ZEs5E

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53 Responses

  1. calvometal says:

    When I see the thumbnail of a Doug’s video I can hear in my mind “THIS IS THE…” 😆

  2. Jason Michael says:

    This is not Kia’s first large 3 row suv. They made the Borrego through 2009.

  3. Martyville says:

    Thank you for reviewing the Telluride, but I wish you had been able to review the SX model instead of the one reviewed. The SX has all the “bells and whistles”, has the rear glass roof, and 20″ black wheels. I work at KMMG in West Point, Ga where we build the Telluride exclusively. We are very proud of this vehicle and strive to build quality products at KMMG. I work in the paint shop so I hope the paint looked good. Thanks again for the positive review Doug.

    • Pavan Suthar says:

      Please bring them to India too ! 🙋🏻‍♂️We want these big gas guzzlers too!

    • Aaron Bays says:

      I find it very ironic that all the “foreign” makes have opened up shop and build their cars in the US. Even read today that Toyota is investing $750 million in 5 of their different plants in the USA to expand capacity. Yet Ford, GM and Fiat are shutting plants, trimming models, and have shifted a large amount of production to Mexico in the past 15-20 years.

    • Pavan Suthar says:

      Even Suzuki and Tata are trying their hands in foreign markets, what is wrong with them not to try atleast… Or get a nice collaboration going on with companies here which are already having certain investments.

    • Drums326 says:

      Martyville you guys do great work! Love my Sorento SX

    • rairadrai says:

      Martyville Is this front or RWD based? Engine looked transverse. Would be nice if they used the Genesis RWD set up. Explorer went RWD.

  4. Adrian Rapcencu says:

    Doug, off topic a little bit: I don’t find any of your videos about the Lexus rx450h. I really want to see your review on this car. Can you help?

  5. Drew Bendel says:

    Doug….how could you not give us a side by side of the tailgate speeds…

  6. xBris says:

    A “2020” telluide in march 2019. It’s getting ridiculous.

  7. OrangeCat Bo says:

    Later Doug reviews a Sportage from the 90’s and says “This was the beginning of Kia” and crashes it with a Humvee.

  8. Pablo Escobar says:

    Driver Talk Test:

    “Quirks & Features hahahaha…”

    -Doug DeMuro

  9. Salty says:

    Dad and mom stories implify…

    Kids: Plug in Noise Cancelling Earphones.. Mutters: ‘I hate this car’

  10. K1dCharlemagne says:

    Doug the type of guy to tell you how to ride a Telluride.

  11. Bazzyg says:

    20,000 car reviews later…5:48 and Doug’s officially lost it.

  12. Forza Aviation says:

    Front looks like a GMC Yukon. Side looks like a Volvo XC90. Rear looks like a TVR/Rolls Royce Cullinan.

  13. 이시온 says:

    Stinger, K900, and now Telluride
    Nice work KIA

  14. rizal says:

    I’m here to see the weirdest “Doug is kind of guy…” Comments

  15. Arciwa ciwaciwa says:

    Can you also review its direct competitor, the Hyundai Palisade?

  16. Young Mili says:

    Cullinan In the back Escalade in the front good job Kia

  17. Derek Qi says:

    now I know what brand of underwear Doug wears. Hanes
    3:04

  18. Ryan Quintal says:

    A $40,000 suv with peasant blockers? I like it.

  19. ace b says:

    Looks 10k more expensive than the $40k asking price and wait til the incentives! Bravo KIA!

  20. Alex S. says:

    A Korean car company named one of there cars after a US ski resort town? Huh

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