2024 Kia Telluride Gets Minor Exterior Updates, Small Price Bump To $37,555

The 2024 Kia Telluride is preparing to make its way to dealerships soon, but before it does, Kia has released what customers can expect at their local Kia dealer, with the Korean brand confirming final pricing and other minor details in a brief announcement released earlier today.


2024 Telluride Pricing Only Goes Up $100, Yes, Really

One of the major changes that buyers will notice is that this Kia doesn’t follow the typical procedure when it comes to pricing. Like other new model year offerings, pricing ticks upward from the 2023 model. However, Kia confirmed that pricing is only going up $100 across the entire lineup, with a base LX front-wheel drive model starting at $37,555 (all pricing includes the $1,365 destination fee.) We have included a pricing ladder which can be seen below.

  • LX (FWD): $37,555
  • LX (AWD): $39,355
  • S (FWD): $39,255
  • S (AWD) $41,255
  • EX (FWD): $42,955
  • EX (AWD): $44,955
  • EX X-Line (AWD): $47,250
  • SX (FWD): $47,155
  • SX (AWD): $49,155
  • SX X-Line (AWD) $50,650
  • SX X-Pro (AWD): $51,650
  • SX Prestige (AWD): $52,055
  • SX Prestige X-Line (AWD): $53,550
  • SX Prestige X-Pro (AWD): $54,550


The Kia Telluride continues to boast an impressive amount of standard equipment, including LED exterior lighting, SynTex upholstery, a 12.3-inch infotainment system, and five USB charging ports. SX Prestige models (especially X-Pro models) double down on luxury, and they get leather upholstered seats, heated second-row captain’s chairs, and a 10-speaker Harmon Kardon premium sound system.

The minor exterior and interior tweaks are the full extent of the updates for 2024, and as a result, all models continue to be powered by a 291-horsepower, 3.8-liter V6 engine with an eight-speed automatic continuing to be the lone transmission for front or all-wheel drive models. Fuel economy is also unchanged too, with front-wheel drive models getting an EPA-rated 20/26/22 mpg in city/freeway/combined driving. All-wheel drive models get slightly less but still checks in at 18/14/20 mpg in the same categories.

Kia also revealed that while the model will be making its way to dealerships this month, inventory will be extremely limited, so buyers looking to add one to their driveway might need to do some searching to find what they are looking for. Trust us, Tellurides have always proven to be worth the effort once the search ends.