Consumer Reports gave the Kia Telluride a higher overall rating than the Hyundai Palisade on the list of mid-sized

Is there really a reason to choose the Telluride over the Palisade, though?

 Hyundai is edged out by the Kia warranty, aesthetics, and trim levels.

The Kia Telluride stood up in a few areas when compared to the Consumer Reports criteria

The projected dependability and predicted owner satisfaction are often the most crucial factors. 

The Telluride almost achieved a perfect score in this category. Both the projected owner satisfaction 

The SUV received a score of 97 out of 100 in the road test.

91% of owners said they would consider buying another 2021 Kia Telluride.

According to CR, the Telluride boasts a comfortable ride and a reliable fuel efficiency of 21 mpg overall with the V6.

 The EX model features more climate control, a leather interior, and a sunroof for the best of both worlds.

The Telluride performed exceptionally well in all but agility during testing. That is typical for a huge SUV.

 The Palisade, regrettably, had difficulties there as well. Although the basic Telluride starts at $32,190