Kia sonet 2022: Wild And Connected
The Kia sonet 2022 comes with some new updates. There is a bunch of features. The variations come at least 4 airbags (driver, passenger and front sides). There is also a pressure monitoring system. It comes with a new 1.0-liter turbocharged three-cylinder to its range, also a first in the segment (115 PS Power) 6-speed advanced. It is she who pushes the Kia sonet to new adventures.
Technology and features of the car : Thrilling Performance
These features include electronic stability control and vehicle stability management. The brake assist and hill assist which are offered with the turbo petrol. To get the same features on the diesel model. potential owners will have to go up a trim level to the HTX variant. The HTE trim level and above versions of the Sonet. also get semi-leatherette upholstery as an option.
The other changes across the range include a retuned suspension setup for a suppler ride . Sonet’s entry level trim, HTE, now gets Tyre Pressure Monitoring system and side airbags. In fact, Kia has now made TPMS and 4 airbags standard across Sonet’s entire range. HTE variant also gets semi-leatherette seats with white stitching and rear seat folding knob. The dashboard has a premium design and all the touch-points feel high quality. Kia added 10.25-inch touchscreen is the largest in segment. The front seats are really well cushioned and supportive. The driver’s seat also gets manual height adjustment. The big plus for the front seats, however, is the inclusion of ventilation. Front seats are well-cushioned and ventilated.
sonet has many powertrain options. Let’s begin with the 1.0-litre, three-cylinder turbo-petrol engine. Here too, the engine develops 120 hp and 175 Nm. At low speeds, though, turbo-lag is quite evident . Moving on to the 1.5-litre, four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine. It can be had with a six-speed manual gearbox where the engine produces 100 hp and 240 Nm of torque. The gearbox is easy to use with nice and short throws and a light clutch with a predictable biting point.