Kia should really consider upfitting the Telluride with some off-road gear for $5-7k more.
I definitely agree, i thinks there's a good opportunity for Kia here, especially with the way they have marketed the Telluride. Based on this review from Cars.com (https://www.cars.com/articles/can-the-2020-kia-telluride-really-go-off-road-404283/) it looks like they're considering different "enhancements" for future models and trims.Kia should really consider upfitting the Telluride with some off-road gear for $5-7k more.
I really hope those SEMA builds don't fall by the wayside and someone actually makes the Telluride the ultimate off-roader.Can't wait for someone to do a hardcore off road build with a lift kit, winch bumpers all around and even beadlock wheels. It will be costly but worth it in the end. SEMA builds we're potent enough.
Thanks for the heads up @JamesC97! I can't wait to watch it later.Here's another video of the Telluride's camping adventure. It's got some more great shots of the Telluride going off-roading.
Jason Darrah suggested that Kia should put in low range gears for the Telluride and I don't think that's a bad idea at all.