You can't just order a lift kit for a sportage at your average parts store. There's only a couple options. They will probably look at you funny too. Everet can get your front end lifted with his custom spacers and swaybar extensions. He makes them and knows what he's doing and has all the info you'll need to put a lift together. You'll just need to search for the parts to lift the rear. You'll see his link on his signature. He had a post a few posts above here to go to his site. The parts we usually use on the rear come from rear Jeep TJ springs part# 104AA (3"lift for sportage) and 106AA (4" lift). You'll need shocks that travel farther than Sportage's OE shock. The 99 Toyota Rav 4 Shock has the proper travel and ride firmnesss to acomodate the springs.
To answer another's question, A lift WILL alter an alignment whether you use longer springs or spacers.. the result is the same.. the length from the top of the strut to the double wishbone still increases.
I know this is a repeat of info already on the forum, but I'm a sucker for helping the newbs get up to speed faster. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />