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Kia SonetKia Sonet is a 5 seater SUV available in a price range of Rs. 6.71 - 12.99 Lakh*. It is available in 23 variants, 3 engine options that are BS6 compliant and 2 transmission options: Manual & Automatic. Other key specifications of the Sonet include a kerb weight of, ground clearance of and boot space of 392 Liters. The Sonet is available in 10 colours. Over 635 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for Kia Sonet.

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Key Specs of Kia Sonet

Mileage (upto)24.1 kmpl
Engine (upto)1493 cc
Boot Space392

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Latest Update: Kia has revealed the prices of the dual-tone variants of the Sonet. Check them out here.

Kia Sonet Price: The sub-4m SUV retails between Rs 6.71 lakh and Rs 12.99 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Kia Sonet Variants: It is available in six variants: HTE, HTK, HTK+, HTX, HTX+, and GTX+.

Kia Sonet Seating Capacity: Kia offers the Sonet in a 5-seater layout.

Kia Sonet Powertrains: It shares its engines with the Hyundai Venue: 1.0-litre turbo-petrol, 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel. Their output figures are as follows:

  • 1.0-litre turbo-petrol: 120PS and 172Nm

  • 1.2-litre petrol: 83PS and 115Nm

  • 1.5-litre diesel (MT/ Auto): 100PS and 240Nm/115PS and 250Nm

The transmission options on offer are a 6-speed iMT (clutchless manual) and a 7-speed DCT with the 1.0-litre turbo-petrol, a 5-speed MT with the 1.2-litre petrol, and a 6-speed MT or AT with the 1.5-litre diesel engine. The Sonet’s claimed fuel efficiency figures are as follows:

  • 1.2-litre petrol MT- 18.4kmpl

  • 1.0-litre turbo-petrol iMT- 18.2kmpl

  • 1.0-litre turbo-petrol DCT- 18.3kmpl

  • 1.5-litre diesel MT- 24.1kmpl

  • 1.5-litre diesel AT- 19kmpl

Kia Sonet Features: Kia has loaded the Sonet with UVO connected car tech, a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, an air purifier, a sunroof, and wireless charging.

Kia Sonet Safety: Safety features on offer include up to six airbags, ABS with EBD, electronic stability control (ESC), and vehicle stability management.

Kia Sonet Rivals: It fights it out with the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Mahindra XUV300, Toyota Urban CruiserFord EcoSport, Hyundai Venue, and Tata Nexon. The Kia SUV will also take on the upcoming Renault Kiger and Nissan Magnite.

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Kia Sonet price list (Variants)

1.2 HTE1197 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.4 kmpl2 months waitingRs.6.71 Lakh*
1.2 HTK1197 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.4 kmpl2 months waitingRs.7.59 Lakh*
1.5 HTE Diesel1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 24.1 kmpl2 months waitingRs.8.05 Lakh*
1.2 HTK Plus1197 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.4 kmpl2 months waitingRs.8.45 Lakh*
1.5 HTK Diesel1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 24.1 kmpl2 months waitingRs.8.99 Lakh*
1.5 HTK Plus Diesel1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 24.1 kmpl2 months waitingRs.9.49 Lakh*
HTK Plus Turbo iMT998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.2 kmpl2 months waitingRs.9.49 Lakh*
1.5 HTX Diesel1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 24.1 kmpl2 months waitingRs.9.99 Lakh*
HTX Turbo iMT998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.2 kmpl2 months waitingRs.9.99 Lakh*
1.5 HTK Plus Diesel AT1493 cc, Automatic, Diesel, 19.0 kmpl2 months waitingRs.10.39 Lakh*
HTK Plus Turbo DCT998 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 18.3 kmpl2 months waitingRs.10.49 Lakh*
1.5 HTX Plus Diesel1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 24.1 kmpl2 months waitingRs.11.65 Lakh*
HTX Plus Turbo iMT998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.2 kmpl2 months waitingRs.11.65 Lakh*
1.5 HTX Plus Diesel DT1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 24.1 kmpl2 months waitingRs.11.75 Lakh*
HTX Plus Turbo iMT DT998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.2 kmpl2 months waitingRs.11.75 Lakh*
1.5 GTX Plus Diesel1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 24.1 kmpl2 months waitingRs.11.99 Lakh*
GTX Plus Turbo iMT998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.2 kmpl2 months waitingRs.11.99 Lakh*
1.5 GTX Plus Diesel DT1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 24.1 kmpl2 months waitingRs.12.09 Lakh*
GTX Plus Turbo iMT DT998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.2 kmpl2 months waitingRs.12.09 Lakh*
1.5 GTX Plus Diesel AT1493 cc, Automatic, Diesel, 19.0 kmpl2 months waitingRs.12.89 Lakh*
GTX Plus Turbo DCT998 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 18.3 kmpl2 months waitingRs.12.89 Lakh*
1.5 GTX Plus Diesel AT DT1493 cc, Automatic, Diesel, 19.0 kmpl2 months waitingRs.12.99 Lakh*
GTX Plus Turbo DCT DT998 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 18.3 kmpl2 months waitingRs.12.99 Lakh*
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Kia Sonet Review

With the Sonet, Kia wants to rewire your notions of what to expect from a small SUV. How much have they succeeded?

From the glitzy Auto Expo show floor to your friendly neighbourhood showroom, Kia’s Sonet has crossed the bridge virtually unchanged. There’s confidence in Kia’s actions too, an outcome of the popularity of the Seltos and the acceptance of the Carnival Indians have shown. For not much else explains why the Sonet appears as loaded as it is, or comes with the drivetrain options that it does. Kia seems to think they have a winner on their hands. To be fair, we think the same too.

There’s very little to hold against Kia’s Sonet. It could do with more cabin width to seat five better, and also add at least one more variant for the automatic transmission. An aspect where not just the Sonet but Kia themselves as a manufacturer needs to prove their long term reliability and dependability. 

The Sonet is ticking all the right boxes otherwise. It’s delivering on the wow factor with pukka mini-SUV looks, quality interiors and a feature list that’d make you question paying a premium for larger SUVs. It’s being sensible and practical too, with loads of cubby holes and a large boot. You get proper automatics, and the engines on offer cover a wide range of usage. 

Kia’s Sonet is rewiring our expectations from sub-4-metre SUVs. It’s proving that a small vehicle can be big on experience.


What Venue? The shared platform from its Hyundai cousin has been skilfully buried under a skin that’s dressed to impress. It’s old school in a way, with a large bonnet and a stubby rear end. Fun fact: the front overhangs on the Sonet are larger than that of the Venue, while the rear is tighter. 

With its upright and confident face, the scaled down SUV design works well for the Sonet. In the top-spec variants, you are treated to full-LED headlamps with integrated daytime running lamps that double as turn indicators. Elements such as the wide grille (with a sweet knurled chrome outline) and the creases on the hood paired with the flared wheel arches give the Sonet much needed visual muscle. There are some intricate details you’d appreciate, like the chrome surround for the projector foglamps and the layered pattern on the grille that Kia says is inspired by the stepwells of ancient India. 

Parameter Hyundai Venue Kia Sonet
Length 3995mm 3995mm
Width 1770mm 1790mm (+20mm)
Height 1605mm 1642mm (+37mm)
Wheelbase 2500mm 2500mm
Ground Clearance 190mm 205mm (+15mm) 
Tyre Size 215/60 R16 215/60 R16

You can easily tell the Sonet is 37mm taller than its Hyundai cousin. Some of it can be attributed to the roof rails and most to the 205mm ground clearance (15mm more than the Venue). It looks like a funky sneaker viewed from the side, especially with the roll-over hoop-like design of the C-pillar. Kia has cleverly added a gloss-black panel here to make the windscreen appear wider than it really is. 

Speaking of which, the Sonet is wider than the Venue, by a full 20mm. This is most apparent viewed from the rear, with the connected tail lamps adding to the visual width of the Sonet. The LED treatment for the stop lamps is eye-catching, especially after sundown. Though, we wish the central reflector strip had a lighting element instead, just like the Sonet Concept. 

It’s slightly surprising that Kia offers 16-inch alloy wheels only on the HTX+ and GTX+ variants. The design of the alloy wheels remains the same, save for a red outline on the centre cap that the GT Line variant gets. There’s a bucketful more of red for the GT, including highlights on the cladding and grille, a different design for the faux skidplates and red brake callipers. We’d have loved to see a set of meaty exhaust tips here. 


The upright stance of the Sonet means getting in and out isn’t a task even for the elderly. Seating position is noticeably higher and this feeling is accentuated by the low window line (that’s slightly below your shoulder level), the large windows and the upright but slim dashboard. There’s nothing to grumble about on the ergonomics front: everything is well within reach and the thoughtfully designed stowage spaces make it easy to get used to the cabin instantly. 

For instance, a small slit between the two cupholders can be used to either store your car key or have your smartphone ‘stand’ in that space. If not, you could choose to place it on the wireless charging tray, or the shelf underneath. Door pads have room for a 1-litre bottle, and there’s a (rather unnecessary) umbrella holder too — we just used it for a smaller 500ml water bottle. Under the front armrest, you’d find ample space for your wallet and some more knick knacks. 

The driver’s seat can be adjusted for height from the HTK variant onwards, while a tilt-adjust steering is offered as standard. Despite the rather large ‘wall’ that Kia has built to merge the instrument binnacle with the infotainment console, new drivers will like the high seating position that lets you see the edge of the bonnet and the sides. This will boost confidence when driving through tricky spaces. 

The cabin design also connects to the exterior, with the knurled finish being mimicked on the AC vents and the fog lamp bezel being replicated in plastic for the AC louvres. Interesting triangular detailing can be seen on the speaker grilles and the door pads. 

What truly stands out is the graining of the plastic used for the top half of the dash. It’s smooth to the touch and feels rich. The same plastic continues over onto the top half of the door pads. The lower half of the dashboard has harder and slightly cheaper looking plastics. Kia’s adding another layer of feel good by way of rich leatherette upholstery for the seats, the flat-bottom steering and the elbow rests on the door pads. Neat. 

Rear seat occupants are pampered by the same smooth leatherette elbow rest pads, and a set of rear air-conditioning vents that are offered as standard. There are also twin seatback pockets, and ample space in the door pads for a few rolled up magazines or water bottles. 

The Sonet is happy accommodating four six-footers with ease. While kneeroom is just about enough, there’s no dearth of headroom or foot room. You could ask for slightly firmer seat cushioning, a more relaxed backrest angle, and an extra helping of underthigh support. The cabin’s lack of width is felt sharply here, though, and it will make the centre occupant feel unwelcome pretty quickly. For one, the seat back is contoured to suit just two occupants. Then Kia’s also skipped offering a third headrest. Take the cue. 

Kia is trying to make up for it with a cavernous 392-litre boot. Strangely, 60:40 split isn’t on offer. The boot itself is low, wide and has a large opening. Considering it is at roughly knee level, you don’t need to put a lot of effort in loading up the Sonet. 

Technology and Features

Phew, where do we begin this? The lengthy feature list on the Sonet will make you question if paying more for larger vehicles such as the Creta and the Seltos is warranted. Let’s take the already loaded Seltos for reference. The Sonet barely skips a beat in keeping up with the elder brother. Sure, there’s no side view camera or heads-up display here. But practically everything else has been bundled in. 

We appreciate the addition of an air purifier that claims to protect against bacteria and viruses. This, Kia says, is made possible by using UV light and a HEPA filter. It’s also neatly integrated into the rear-AC tower, but can be controlled only through the touchscreen. Our only complaint is that of a noisy blower. There’s a perfume dispenser too, in case your BMW 7 Series owning neighbour acts too snooty. 

There’s an electric sunroof, climate control, cruise control, auto-dimming IRVM and a wireless charger with a thoughtful cooling function. The party piece is of course ventilated seats, nothing less than lifesavers in our sweltering conditions. And since cars are now gadgets that can be driven, the Sonet gets either an 8- or 10.25-inch touchscreen (depending on the variant you pick) — each with their own party trick. With the smaller touchscreen, you get a nifty ‘wireless projection’ feature that lets you run Android Auto and Apple CarPlay without connecting the phone via a cable. 

The larger touchscreen is paired with an outstanding 7-speaker Bose sound system. More than the Seltos, the sound system on the Sonet does live up to the Bose name. With the subwoofer, this system will appeal to those who listen to a lot of EDM or hip hop — thanks to the thumping bass. 

There’s another coloured 4.2-inch screen inside the instrument cluster that has neat graphics for instant fuel consumption, and basic readouts for trip information. It also shows you the title of the track being played (albeit only when you change tracks) and navigation updates when you use on-board navigation. You also get to see a (pretty pointless) compass here.

To make parking easier, you get 4 front parking sensors and 2 at the rear. Feed from the camera is crisp and the guidelines turn with steering input too. 

Misses are few and far between. Omissions such as 60:40 split seats, an adjustable front armrest and a cooling function for the glovebox are surprising. On the other hand, not having a backlight for the power window switches (except for the driver’s) is plain silly in our books. 



The Sonet is offered with two petrol engines: a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol (with a 5-speed manual) and a 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol (with a 6-speed iMT or a 7-speed DCT). Both engines have been borrowed from the Venue, and the outputs remain unchanged too. 

Kia Sonet Petrol
Power 83PS @ 6000rpm 120PS @ 6000rpm
Torque 115Nm @ 4200rpm 172Nm @1500-4000rpm
Gearbox 5-speed MT 6-speed iMT / 7-speed DCT
Fuel Efficiency (Claimed) 18.4kmpl 18.2kmpl (iMT) / 18.3kmpl (DCT)

1.0-litre Turbo

Fire up the three-cylinder engine, and it comes to life with a slight shake and stir you’d feel on the floorboard. Post that, you’ll have next to nothing to complain about. Surprisingly, this doesn’t have much to do with the engine itself. Kia has beefed up the insulation on the Sonet and used different engine mounts to tackle the noise and vibrations. 

The engine itself is versatile, as we’ve seen in the Venue and the Verna. While the numbers suggest a sporty demeanour, it’s clearly tuned to make everyday usability hassle free. Get past the slight lag under 1500rpm, and the engine will be happy commuting around town in second or third, or cruising at triple digits in sixth or seventh gear. 


We raised an eyebrow at the exclusion of a manual from the Sonet’s list. However, after driving the clutchless manual (iMT) for nearly 500km, we can confirm that you wouldn’t miss the third pedal at all. The iMT is tuned brilliantly, and is a cost-effective solution that not only takes the sting out of bumper-to-bumper commutes but also keeps the fun intact around twisties. Through gear changes, the operation of the clutch is smoother than most drivers that call themselves enthusiasts. Much like the Venue, momentarily lifting your foot off the accelerator (as you would do in a manual) while upshifting makes the experience seamless. There’s no headnod or jerks to speak of. We’d urge you to experience it just for the sheer novelty and ease of use. 


The Sonet’s 7-speed DCT doesn’t particularly shine. It simply gets the job done. You’d be underwhelmed if you compared it to say Volkswagen’s DSG. That said, you would appreciate that the shifts are super smooth, and it’s rare that the gearbox gets confused or selects the wrong gear. You get a manual mode in case you want sprightlier acceleration, but there are no paddle shifters on offer. 

Considering the price difference between the DCT and the iMT, we’d tilt in favour of the latter. It offers nearly the same level of convenience, both inside the city and on the highway. 


The only engine to be offered across variants of the Sonet is the 1.5-litre diesel. It’s offered in two different states of tune when paired with a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed torque converter automatic. 

Kia Sonet Diesel
Power 100PS @ 4000rpm 115PS @ 4000rpm
Torque 240Nm @ 1500-2750rpm 250Nm @ 1500-2750rpm
Gearbox 6-speed MT 6-speed AT
Fuel Efficiency (Claimed) 24.1kmpl 19kmpl

Compared to Hyundai’s old 1.6-litre diesel, refinement levels on the 1.5-litre motor has clearly taken a beating. The motor’s gruff note and clatter can be heard inside the cabin, with minor vibrations being felt on the floor and pedals. The amped up insulation does help negating a portion of the racket, but that doesn’t eliminate it. You’d have to turn up the volume on the sound system a little more on the diesel compared to the petrol.


This engine doesn’t dump the torque, it rather delivers it smoothly. Don’t expect to be pinned to your seat while accelerating hard. Stomping on the throttle in attempts to pick gaps (even in city traffic) won’t catch you by surprise. 

Driving the manual within the city isn’t going to be a headache. Sure, the travel for the clutch could’ve been shorter but the weight is very close to that of a petrol engine. Gears too slot in with a satisfying sense of ease. We see this engine being a potent highway cruiser, and should be on your radar if you intend on undertaking roadtrips often. 


The Sonet is currently the only vehicle to offer a proper torque converter paired with a diesel motor in a segment that offers just AMTs. As a bonus, you also get the Seltos’ engine tune with an additional 15PS of power and 10Nm. 

This drivetrain is best appreciated on long highway trips, where you’d want to cover over 500km a day. The smooth (but slightly slow) shifts from the automatic will keep fatigue at bay, while the diesel engine will ensure the wallet is happy by being frugal. For city usage, it feels responsive thanks to all that torque the engine has to offer. 

Note: Drive Modes and Traction Modes

Automatic variants of the Sonet get 3 drive modes (Eco, Normal, Sport), and 3 traction modes (Mud, Snow, Sand). For everyday office commutes, Eco mode works just fine. Better fuel efficiency will be a bonus. You could choose to switch to Normal when you want to pick gaps in traffic more swiftly. Sport lets you play with all of the engine’s potential, and is best suited for fast highway cruises. 

The three traction modes are practically useless for everyday driving but they might just be handy when you want to get adventurous on a roadtrip. Just don’t mistake them for off-road modes. It’s a 2-wheel drive vehicle that looks like an SUV at the end of the day. 

Ride and Handling 

Tuned for comfort. That’s pretty much the ride and handling package of the Sonet. In itself, the suspension battles harsh road surfaces, surface level changes and potholes with confidence. What amplifies this confidence is the insulation. You hear little of the tyre and road surface, making you believe the ride is plusher. 

Large craters at low speeds are shrugged off with little side-to-side movement. Over sharp edges and expansion joints, you’d notice some vertical movement before the suspension settles. This never gets tiresome though, even on fast expressways.

Both the steering and braking performance seem par for the course. The steering is light enough for city duties and weighs up enough for the highways. Enthusiasts could harp on about wanting more feedback, but for the Sonet’s intended use it does just fine. It holds its line well (albeit with slight body roll) and lets you have some cornering fun in the twisties. 


Dual airbags, and ABS with EBD are offered as standard across variants. The top-spec GTX+ variant additionally gets side and curtain airbags. If ISOFIX child seat mounts are a must have for you, that’s available from the HTX variant onwards. Electronic stability control, hill assist and vehicle stability management are offered as standard for the Turbo-DCT variants, and across drivetrain options on the GTX+ variant. A tyre pressure monitor is bundled in for the top two variants. 

The Kia Sonet is yet to be crash tested by an independent authority. 

Pros & Cons of Kia Sonet

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The Sonet is ticking all the right boxes otherwise. It’s delivering on the wow factor with pukka mini-SUV looks, quality interiors and a feature list that’d make you question paying a premium for larger SUVs. It’s being sensible and practical too, with loads of cubby holes and a large boot. You get proper automatics, and the engines on offer cover a wide range of usage.

Things We Like

  • Presence. Tall height and bonnet gives the Sonet a strong stance.
  • Feature packed: ventilated seats, wireless charging, ambient lighting, Bose sound system and lots more.
  • ‘Proper’ automatic options: 7-speed DCT for the turbo-petrol, 6-speed AT for the diesel.
  • Comfortable ride quality: equally adept at tackling bad roads and high-speed cruising.

Things We Don't Like

  • Limited rear-seat width limits usability as a 5-seater.
  • Silly cost-cutting measures: backlight only for driver’s power window, missing chilled glovebox, adjustable front armrest.
  • Automatic transmissions limited to mid-spec HTK+ and top-spec GTX+ variants only.

Stand Out Features

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    Ventilated Seats.

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    7-speaker Bose sound system with a subwoofer.

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    Air purifier with advanced filtration

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    Diesel engine with 6-speed automatic.

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  • Nice Car At This Price Point.

    Superb car at this price point according to the features that this car is providing, I really like the looks of the car and also the performance of the car.

    By rohit ramasamy
    On: Nov 24, 2020 | 211 Views
  • Worst Suspension In This Segment.

    Worst suspension and uncomfortable driving experience. They fooling people by showing only features that too in the top end.

    By chandra
    On: Nov 24, 2020 | 102 Views
  • Awesome To Drive Car.

    I placed my order for HTX diesel manual, but due to the lack of supply, I took GTX+ automatic diesel. I don't want to blame the KIA for delayed delivery as SONET is a new...Read More

    By anand.oruganti
    On: Nov 23, 2020 | 2807 Views
  • Poor Customer Service In Terms Of Delivery.

    Kia Motors is a very smart company. I would help everyone know their strategy. They have introduced Kia Sonet in India in September just before the Festival and wedding s...Read More

    By madan manalisha
    On: Nov 23, 2020 | 2932 Views
  • Low Performance And Service Cost Is Very Costly.

    Not a good choice. If you are planning for a low price with good performance, you can go with the Venue. And if you are planning for a top variant then that features and ...Read More

    By harshit bachchan
    On: Nov 23, 2020 | 3009 Views
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Kia Sonet Colours

  • Intense Red
    Intense Red
  • Glacier White Pearl
    Glacier White Pearl
  • Beige Gold With  Aurora Black Pearl
    Beige Gold With Aurora Black Pearl
  • Steel Silver
    Steel Silver
  • Aurora Black Pearl
    Aurora Black Pearl
  • Beige Gold
    Beige Gold
  • Intelligence Blue
    Intelligence Blue
  • Glacier White Pearl With Aurora Black Pearl
    Glacier White Pearl With Aurora Black Pearl

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What is the exact on-road price of Kia Sonet?

The on-road price of Sonet in Delhi starts at Rs. 7,55,201. The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.

Which car is better Sonet or XUV300?

Sonet price starts at Rs 6.71 Lakh ex-showroom and XUV300 price starts Rs 7.94 Lakh ex-showroom. Compare these two models on the basis of their price, features & specs.

What will the EMI or down payment for Kia Sonet?

Kia Sonet EMI starts at ₹ 15,122 per month for a tenure of 60 months @ 9.8% for a loan amount of Rs 7.15 Lakh & down payment will be ₹ 80,000.

Is Kia Sonet a 4x4?

Kia Sonet does not offer 4 wheel drive transmission in Indian Market. Check more specifications of Sonet on CarDekho.

Is Kia Sonet a 5 or 7 seater SUV?

Kia Sonet is a 5 seater car, Which is priced at Rs 6.71 Lakh. Check more 5 seater SUV options on CarDekho.

Will kia launch Manual Gearbox for 1.0 Petrol Engine

msb asked on 25 Nov 2020

As of now, there is no official update from the brand's end. Stay tuned for ...

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By Cardekho Experts on 25 Nov 2020

Can I covert IMT to Manual aftermarket or on dealer level as 1.0 does not offer ...

msb asked on 24 Nov 2020

No, it can not be converted to a proper manual transmission from iMT at dealersh...

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By Cardekho Experts on 24 Nov 2020

Petrol main only one hi hai automatic

Rajinder asked on 24 Nov 2020

Kia Sonet is available with DCT transmission only as an automatic transmisson. H...

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By Cardekho Experts on 24 Nov 2020

What is the score of Kia Sonet in Crash Test?

Chandersekar asked on 21 Nov 2020

As of now, Kia Sonet has not gone for the Global NCAP crash tests.

By Cardekho Experts on 21 Nov 2020

How to operate wireless charging in HTK Plus, 1.2L in Kia sonet? Would be great ...

nikhilrustagi asked on 18 Nov 2020

Not all phone can be charged by wireless charging feature of Sonet. Only the pho...

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k.nathan francis
Nov 26, 2020 4:21:50 PM

Hyundai is known for its pathetic service and high cost for no reason... I won't be surprised if KIA plays the same role

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    Nov 18, 2020 11:16:23 PM

    Worse and pathetic service of Kia in wazirpur and Moti nagar..I went to see sonet and no one entertained all were so blunt about waiting period and offers..

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      naresh chand
      Oct 7, 2020 11:58:36 AM

      Not believing that Kia Sonet is available at affordable price.

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        Kia Sonet Price in India

        CityEx-Showroom Price
        MumbaiRs. 6.71 - 12.99 Lakh
        BangaloreRs. 6.71 - 12.99 Lakh
        ChennaiRs. 6.71 - 12.99 Lakh
        HyderabadRs. 6.71 - 12.99 Lakh
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