We can’t deny that the Kia Mohave is getting old. Also known as the Borrego in the United States before, the midsize SUV sits on a more-than-a-decade-old platform that came out in 2008.
But Kia isn’t letting its aging platform get in the way of the Mohave. The Korean automaker gave it a full-on refresh last year in its hometown, with a full redesign that almost works as a second-generation update.
If you think that’s enough for the carmaker, you’d be wrong. Kia gave the Mohave a new flagship version called Gravity – only less than a year since the SUV got the full revamp.
The updates on the Mohave Gravity from a regular one aren’t astronomical, but you should notice the altered radiator grille on the new flagship trim. The chrome “fangs” are removed, giving the Mohave Gravity a cleaner look than the regular versions. Plus, the…