Kia Motors (Kia Motors) is set to officially launch the Sonet (Sonnet) SUV this month, after revealing the look and feel of its upcoming second SUV for India. The Korean auto giant has announced that the prices of the Kia Sonet SUV will be revealed on 18 September.
Kookhin Shim, managing director, and chief executive officer of Kia Motors India (Kia Motors India), said on Tuesday, "With over 30 of the best features found in this segment and Kia's famous design lange, quality and reliability, we are Is confident that it will re-create history with Sonet which will be launched on 18th of this month. Also, we are beginning our plan to establish India as an export hub with Sonnet, Our state-of-the-art Anantapur manufacturing plant will be exported to more than 70 countries. "
'Price will be Rs 6.99 lakh'
According to reports, dealer sources have confirmed that the entry-level variant of the Sonnet sub-compact SUV will start at Rs 6.99 lakh and the top-end of the car will cost up to Rs 13 lakh.
The Sonnet will enter a much more competitive and highly attractive sub-compact SUV segment, which includes Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza (Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza), Hyundai Venue (Hyundai Venue), Mahindra XUV300 (Mahindra XUV300), and the upcoming Toyota Urban Cruiser ( There are also cars like Toyota Urban Cruiser) and Nissan Magnate (Nissan Magnate).
At an expected starting price of 6.99 lakhs, the Kia Sonnet will give a tough challenge to rivals such as the Maruti Vitara Brezza and the Mahindra XUV300, as both these SUVs are priced at Rs 7.34 lakhs and Rs 7.95 lakhs, respectively, starting at a slightly higher price than the Sonnet. Huh. Sonnet also competes with Hyundai Venue and Tata Nexon, whose prices start at Rs 6.70 lakh and Rs 6.99 lakh respectively.
Kia introduced the Sonnet SUV on August 7, giving information about the design, trims, and many technical specifications. There are many segment-first features in this SUV. The concept form showcased at Auto Expo 2020 and its production version have many similarities.
Like the company's other car Kia Celtos, the new Sonnet will also be offered in two options - GT Line (GT Line) and Tech Line (HT Line) [Tech Line (HT Line)]. The GT Line will come in three variants - GTK, GTX, and GTX +, while the Tech Line will be offered in four trims - HTE, HTK, HTX, and HTX +.
The Tech Line variants of the Kia Sonat will get 1.2-liter petrol and 1.5-liter diesel engine option. Whereas the GT Line trims will get a 1.0-liter GDI turbo petrol engine. The GT Line variants will get sporty styling with red exterior accents, an all-black interior with red contrast stitching, and a flat-bottom steering wheel. While the Red Line will not be available in the Tech Line trims, it is likely to get a dual-tone black-beige interior and a round steering wheel instead. Let us know that recently Hyundai also introduced Sport trim for Venue, which is similar to the GT line variant of Sonnet.
What is the mileage of Kia sonnet
According to the leaked report, the 1.2-liter petrol variant of the Kia Sonnet will have a mileage of 18.4 kmpl. This figure is according to the ARAI. This variant will be available only with a manual gearbox. This engine generates the power of 83PS and torque of 115 Nm. This variant of SONET can accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in just 13.3 seconds. With the same engine and transmission options, the Hyundai Venue has a mileage of 17.52 kilometers per liter.