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The Kia Borrego, a sport utility SUV named after the "big-horned sheep," was introduced by Kia as a concept car dubbed the Kia Mesa at the 2005 North American International Auto Show. Initially sold in Korea as the Mohave, it became available in America and other markets before its production ceased in 2011, with the Sorento taking its place. The Borrego, featuring a body-on-frame construction, offered adjustable air suspension and an automatic transmission with high and low range. It housed three standard rows of seating in the US and came equipped with engines ranging from a 3.0 L VGT diesel V6, a second-generation Lambda II 3.8 L V6 producing 276 horsepower, or the 4.6 L V8 Hyundai Tau engine. The Borrego was available in the United States in three versions: the base LX model, the uplevel EX, and the top-of-the-line Limited. The LX featured a 3.8 L V6 engine, cloth upholstery, AM/FM stereo with CD/MP3 player, USB/iPod, and auxiliary audio input jacks, SIRIUS Satellite Radio, and air conditioning. The EX, on the other hand, offered additional features like a six-disc in-dash CD/MP3 changer, dual-zone climate controls, and an Infinity premium sound system, with the option of heated front bucket seats and a 4.6 L V8 engine. The Limited version came standard with a 4.6 L V8, power dual front bucket seats, heated front bucket seats, and a Homelink transmitter. The Borrego demonstrated Kia's commitment to delivering a versatile SUV capable of catering to various customer preferences.
The Kia Borrego's off-road capabilities make it a popular SUV, but like all vehicles, it can develop issues over time. Engine problems are often reported by drivers, usually associated with the vehicle not starting, starting but then dying quickly, or experiencing a drop in fuel efficiency. These issues are usually caused by faulty parts affecting engine performance, and may be accompanied by grinding noises or smoke upon ignition. Checking the Borrego's starter motor, ignition switch, and air filter is recommended in such cases. Electrical issues are another common problem. Failures with the blower motor resistor can result in a non-functioning heater or one that's stuck at a certain speed. Faulty door lock cylinders also pose a risk, potentially leaving the vehicle vulnerable to theft. Beyond these, some parts require regular maintenance due to their vulnerability. The cabin air filter, responsible for preventing dust, pollen, and other particles from entering the vehicle, needs regular checks, especially for the safety of passengers with respiratory conditions. Likewise, wiper blades, which often work under challenging weather conditions, are prone to wear and tear and should be maintained regularly for optimal performance.
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