With much sadness, I have traded in my Borrego on a Sorrento. Time will tell as to whether or not this was a good decision. But the fact that it was only sold here for one model year and the warranty was about to run out, I decided to play it safe.
$17,800 but with a trade in, you never know for sure. I did get it appraised at Carmax and they offered me $17,000 for it. Funny thing though. Nissan only offered me $13,500 (I had considered a pathfinder). Go figure.May be looking at trading in within a year. It's been a good vehicle but may be moving to a passenger car. May I ask what they gave you for it?
The closest thing you can get now is a Tahoe, Yukon, Escalade.It is really not a fair comparison. "Apples/Oranges" The Borrego is a true SUV and the (new) Sorento is a Crossover. While the Sorento (unibody/FWD) will give you a better (smoother) ride and probably better mileage, the Borrego is built on a truck platform (body on frame). The Borrego is capable of towing/hauling more. It all depends on what you want your vehicle to do. They are both great vehicles in their respective categories.
When it's time to give up my Borrego, I'm not sure what I will do. There is simply nothing else out there comparable (yet).