Owners and critics alike frequently point out that the Kia Telluride isn't very athletic or agile. 

The Telluride has fast handling, but its turning radius isn't the finest and it can feel a little hefty through curves.

The Telluride accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in an average time of around 7.5 seconds because to ...

its 3.8-liter V6 engine's 291 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque. However, the brakes deliver steady, smooth stops.

The automatic start and stop system is a frequent target of criticism. 

The option doesn't stick, so you have to manually turn it off each time you start the SUV. It can also be a touch jerky and bothersome.

Over most surfaces, the Telluride rides rather smoothly, although it can be jarring over uneven ground. 

Compared to the 18-inch tyres, the 20-inch tyres are notably more springy.

Some people complain that the engine doesn't sound amazing, but this isn't an SUV or a Ford F-150 Raptor. 

Although the engine is quite quiet, it is audible at motorway speeds.

Additionally, the Telluride's poor gas mileage is mentioned by detractors. 

It achieves up to 26 mpg on the interstate and 20 mpg in the city, according to EPA estimates.

The Telluride has comparable cargo capacity to class leaders, which is average.

It even has a tidy underfloor storage compartment and can tow up to 5,000 lbs. It does not, however, have any places to store tiny personal goods.