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Kia Borrego FCEV - click above for high-res image gallery

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America's Top 10 Pet Safe vehicles - Click above for high-res image gallery

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Kia Borrego FCEV - Click above for high-res image gallery

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Kia Borrego FCEV - Click above for high-res image gallery

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Apparently the production version of the Kia Soul won't be the only debut on the Kia stand next week in Los Angeles. Kia will also be featuring a version of its new Borrego SUV with electric drive and a hydrogen fuel cell. The fuel cell stack is the fourth generation of Hyundai's in-house developed system as in the i-Blue concept that appeared at last year's Frankfurt Motor Show. In the Borrego FCEV the stack will provide power for a 154 hp electric motor and the vehicle should have of about 315

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Click above for high-res gallery of the Kia Borrego Limited SEMA Concept

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Click above for high-res gallery of the 2009 Kia Borrego

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click above for more high-res live shots of the 2009 Kia Borrego

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We've already seen some undisguised pictures of Kia's handsome new midsize SUV, but the vehicle just launched officially in Korea as the Mohave. Official launch means official pictures, and that's what we have here, a ton of really beautiful images of what we'll soon know as the Borrego. Not that Borrego, this one sports a full frame, seating places for seven, and the choice of Kia's strong-like-bull V6 or their first V8. The wisdom of introducing a new body-on-frame SUV at this point, especiall

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click above image for high-res gallery of the Kia Borrego

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click above image for big gallery of the 2009 Kia Borrego

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Kia has slapped a name on the production body-on-frame SUV born from the 2005 Mesa concept. Dubbed "Borrego," the truck will be offered with V6 or V8 power and have a grille that looks uncannily similar to the one on the Subaru Tribeca. Its headlights are reminiscent of the pre-facelift Chrysler Pacifica, too. We know that designs are locked in long before new vehicles are at a point where they can be shown to the public, but it's still amusing to note the similarities.

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