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Kia Motors has launched the Sonet sub-4 metre SUV in India at a price range between Rs 6.71 lakh to Rs 11.99 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Keep in mind, the GTX+ automatic variant pricing to be revealed by September end.  It is offered in the Tech Line and GT Line trims with six variants spread out amongst them : HTE, HTK, HTK+, HTX, HTX+ and GTX+. It has already racked up over 1,000 bookings daily, taking the total count to around 25,000 so far.

The Sonet features Kia’s traditional ‘Tiger Nose’ grille coupled with LED headlights and LED DRLs, LED taillamps and 16-inch dual tone alloy wheels. Cabin highlights include a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, UVO connected car tech, wireless charging and a Bose 7-speaker sound system. Under the hood, the Sonet is powered by 1.2-litre petrol, 1.0-litre turbo-petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engine options with upto five transmission combinations to choose from.

It takes on the likes of the Hyundai VenueTata NexonFord EcoSportMahindra XUV300, the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza as well as the upcoming Toyota Urban Cruiser.

Sonet Specifications

Under the hood,the Sonet is offered with three engine options: an 83PS 1.2-litre petrol, a 120PS 1.0-litre turbo petrol, and a 1.5-litre diesel engine in 100PS (MT) and 115PS (AT) states of tune. While the 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engines are offered with a manual transmission, the 1.0-litre turbo-petrol gets the iMT (Intelligent Manual Transmission) clutchless manual only. Automatic transmission options are only available for the 1.5-litre diesel and 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engines, with the diesel option utilising a proper 6-speed torque converter, unlike its rivals which come with an AMT. Fuel efficiency figures are rated at 18.4kmpl(1.2-litre petrol MT), 18.2/18.3kmpl(1.0-litre turbo-petrol MT/DCT), and 24.1/19kmpl(1.5-litre diesel MT/AT)

Sonet Variants

Kia offers the Sonet in a total of six variants within the Tech Line and GT Line trims: HTE, HTK, HTK+, HTX, HTX+ and GTX+. The Tech Line takes a more elegant approach to its design while the latter adds a dose of sportiness with plenty of red inserts and GT Line badging inside and out.

Sonet Features

The Kia Sonet is loaded with features like a 10.25-inch infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay,UVO connected car tech,LED sound mood lighting, a 7-speaker Bose sound system, cruise control, and a coloured multi-info display. Other bits include a sunroof, ventilated front seats, automatic headlamps and keyless entry with push-button start. On the safety front, it features six airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors with a rearview camera, electronic stability control, and a tyre pressure monitoring system.

Kia Sonet Competitors

The Kia Sonet takes on the likes of the Hyundai Venue, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Ford EcoSport, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300 as well as the upcoming Toyota Urban Cruiser.

Kia Sonet Price

The price of Kia Sonet starts at Rs. 6.71 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 12.99 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Sonet ranges between Rs. 6.71 Lakh to Rs. 12.99 Lakh. The prices of Sonet diesel variants start at Rs. 8.05 Lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 12.99 Lakh. Kia Sonet is available in 23 variants and 10 different colours.

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Kia Sonet Price List in India

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Sonet 1.2 HTE
18.4 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 6.71 Lakh
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18.4 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 7.59 Lakh
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24.1 Kmpl | Diesel | Manual
Rs. 8.05 Lakh
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Sonet

Q. How is the performance of Kia Sonet GT line petrol?
  • 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. GT line variants are available with iMT and DCt in petrol version. 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. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
Q. I am bit confused in selecting which car to buy in between Sonet GT / Nexon XZ+/ XUV300 W8 petrol/diesel variants for city as well as long rides?
  • Selecting a perfect car depends on various factors such as budget, preference of the brand, maintenance costs, ride quality, features required, etc. Moreover, selecting the right fuel type depends on your utility and average running of the car. If you drive less then 50km in a day then we recommend you to go with a petrol car as they are easy to maintain, have a longer life span and they cost less initially then the diesel car. On the other hand, diesel cars are preferred if the average daily run is more than 50km which makes it feasible purchase. The Mahindra XUV 300 is the best sub-4 metre SUV from the brand yet. The SUV offers great ride quality, a torquey diesel engine and a good amount of features, however, your head might think otherwise looking at the space on offer. On the other hand, the Nexon boasts brilliant build quality, an attractive design, and a strong safety package. With the revised looks, more powerful engine and added features, it surely needs to be on the top of your consideration list. Lastly, the Kia Sonet makes a strong case for itself with its butch looks, multiple powertrain options, an extensive list of features and premium quality interiors. It is impressive, even more so than the Seltos, as it delivers a palpably richer experience in a smaller package and in a more price-sensitive segment. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - Kia Sonet Driven: More Than Just A Great Brochure? - Kia Sonet: Same Price, Other SUV Options - 2020 Tata Nexon Facelift: Road Test Review
Q. Sonet petrol AT Vs DCT, please advise which one more effective in terms of performance and hassalfree?
  • Traditional Automatic Transmission(AT), also known as a torque-converter, this automatic transmission is one of the most common types of gearboxes that can be found on budget as well as expensive luxury cars. Instead of a clutch this gearbox uses a torque converter to spool up the power and it also has smooth and relatively quick gearshifts. The application for this gearbox is quite widespread. On the other hand, A dual-clutch transmission(DCT) uses two separate shafts with their own clutches for gear shifts: one shaft for odd-numbered gears and the other for even-numbered gears. This type of automatic transmission is purely a performance-oriented transmission that also delivers good fuel efficiency but comes at a penalty of higher manufacturing cost. If a problem arises they are also expensive to maintain. In case of Sonet, DCT is available with a turbocharged petrol engine and AT is available with a naturally aspirated Diesel Engine. 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. If your daily car usage is less and want a fun to drive car, you may go for Sonet DCT. 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. Do take a test ride in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
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Q. Which is better, Sonet or Venue - Creta?
  • Kia Sonet shares its powertrain with the Hyundai Venue and gets same engine options. However, if you want a more beefy looking sub-4 meter SUV and a distinguished feature rich cabin, then the Kia Sonet would be a better pick. Sonet takes an edge over the Venue with its integrated central display, driver-centric cabin, a segment-leading 10.25-inch touchscreen display, a semi-digital instrument cluster that features a 4.2-inch full LCD display. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of comfort and compatibility. You may click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - Kia Sonet: Same Price, Other SUV Options - Hyundai Venue iMT: First Drive Review- Hyundai Venue vs Kia Sonet
Q. What is the global NCAP rat for Kia Sonet?
  • Kia has already bagged nearly close to one lac bookings. Now, even if the safety ratings of Kia Sonet comes low, it would not matter them much because they have played smart here and they have already made prty decent market of Sonet. If the NCAP ratings of Sonet would have come low initially, it would have been really difficult for them to establish Sonet the way they have done now.This clearly shows that Sonet would not score as much as Nexon has as far as NCAP ratings are concerned.
  • As of now, Kia Sonet has not gone for the Global NCAP crash tests.
  • Why? is the kia sonet not safe...is kia hiding anyting?
Q. Is Kia Sonet or Hyundai Venue which 1 is good for everyday use?
  • Both Kia Sonet and Hyundai Verna shares the same powertrain and a number of features as well. However, Sonet takes an edge over the Venue with its integrated central display, driver-centric cabin, a segment-leading 10.25-inch touchscreen display, a semi-digital instrument cluster that features a 4.2-inch full LCD display, ventilated front seats, drive modes and traction modes, etc. Moreover, if you are looking for a car similar to the Sonet, but without a flashy design, Hyundai Venue fits the bill. For a better understanding of compatibility and riding comfort, we would suggest you to take a test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.Read More: - Kia Sonet: Same Price, Other SUV Options - Kia Sonet Driven: More Than Just A Great Brochure? - Hyundai Venue vs Kia Sonet
  • Hyundai venue is a better car then sonet. Hyundai service is superb under all conditions. Kia is a second rated even in Korea. Venue is best in class. Go for venue 1.0 turbo petrol. Great driving experience. Amazing. Good mileage.
  • Kia is having hyundai engine so it does not matter whether you go for venue or sonet but sonet looks good and feature loaded car. Kia is expanding its services and as you can see seltos is already a market leader.
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Editor's View of Kia Sonet

  • Upside

    Like the concept, the production spec Sonet looks curvy and powerful. Lots of variants to choose from and even a diesel auto is on the cards. Like the Seltos the interiors don't disappoint either. Long features list includes ventilated seats

  • Downside

    The waiting period most definitly is going to be painfully long

  • Our Verdict

    The Sonet looks sure to raise the bar a fair few notches for the segment


Sonet Detailed Review

The Kia Sonet has grabbed everyone’s attention even before it has turned a wheel. A long feature list with yummy segment firsts and the Seltos’ success story fired up the excitement considerably. Like the Seltos did with the Creta, the Sonet shares its hardware -- chassis and engines -- with the sub-4m champ, the Hyundai Venue. To ensure it stands out in the action-packed segment Kia has dialed up the wow quotient to 11, but has that left enough room for substance?

And the Sonet has been launched at Rs 6.71 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) read our launch report here.

First, the firsts

Let’s get the bragging business out of the way first. The Sonet claims many firsts like ambient mood lighting with sound mode and wireless phone charger with cooling vents. At 10.25 inches, the touchscreen for the infotainment is the largest in the segment. Connected car technology with direct voice commands is appealing for sure. The idea of a perfume dispenser with three fragrances is swanky too. Wireless phone projection for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay is geek heaven, albeit available only with the 8-inch infotainment system. Petrolheads or dieselheads will love the idea of drive modes and traction modes although these are only available with the automatic transmissions. Interestingly, the Sonet offers remote engine start with the manual transmissions too, allowing you to warm up the engine and cool the cabin before you get in. Would these change the “sweeet” quotient of a vehicle for you? Well, not for us.

However, the Sonet packs in a few more “firsts” that show it’s also got a sensible head on its shoulders. For instance, the ventilated seats are a genuine boon for hot days and long journeys. The air purifier system uses UV light and a HEPA filter to kill viruses and bacteria and ensure that the air is 99.9% contaminant free. We’ll even include the 7-speaker Bose sound system as its rich and immersive sound impressed us more on the Sonet than on the Seltos. The inclusion of four parking sensors at the front shows that this isn’t just a token feature. Rear parking sensors are standard, of course. Last but definitely not the least is Kia’s decision to offer a proper sophisticated 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission even with the diesel engine.

Just for show?

So the Sonet is related to the Venue, seriously? Most people will react this way when looking at the Sonet and Venue side by side. Although they have the same wheelbase and length, the Sonet is wider by 20mm and taller by 37mm. Surprisingly, the difference can be felt in the flesh too, as the Sonet looks quite muscular when compared to the Venue. This is down to a few other clever design choices.

Firstly, the hood sits higher and has prominent creases to give it a tougher stance. The higher bonnet line gives it a square look from which the all-LED headlamps stare out at you intently. The “turbo” design for the skid plates, the red accents on the grille, the red brake calipers, the red streaks on the side body cladding on the GTX+ variant give it a bit of aggression too. The 16-inch alloy wheels are the same as on the Tech Line, except the silver centre cover is replaced by a red cap. Also, if you think it carries a bit more of the SUV quotient than you expected, it’s because the increase in height is also accompanied by an increase in ground clearance, 205mm to the Hyundai’s 190mm.

Secondly, compared to the Venue, there is a clever change in proportions too. The Kia has a shorter overhang at the front, and adds a bit of mass to the rear while increasing the overhang. This also helps the Kia boast of class-leading 392 litres of boot space, 42 litres more than the Venue. The lower loading lip and wider boot opening make loading luggage easier, although the lack of a 60:40 split rear bench seems like a silly omission.

The rear design could also be considered a bit busy with faux double exhausts, a faux silver diffuser, piano black insert on the bumper, and a reflective strip connecting the tail lamps. Thankfully, this doesn’t take away from the attention-grabbing LED brake lights and LED DRLs.

Sprechen Sie Deutsch?

Hit the unlock button on the sleek key fob and the Sonet starts to speak German. The horn sounds a deep and loud “paap-paap”; no tinniness or sharpness here. The door handle slides out with a well-damped “shoof” and the door feels weighty too. On the inside, the sturdy build quality for the grab handle and the leatherette trim with the contrast red stitching whispers a hushed “teuer” to your fingers. Then the door shuts with a “thunk”. The Sonet speaks German unfalteringly, but you can tell that it isn’t a native speaker. However, in this budget and segment, we aren’t going to hold that against it.

The undertones of seriousness don’t dampen the youthfulness of the cabin. The dashboard looks youthful with the large vertical air-con vents and chunky air-con control buttons attracting a lot of the attention. The cluster of large air-con controls feel a bit strange at first, but proves to be easy to use on the go. Practicality hasn’t taken a backseat in this cabin, with comfy front seats mounted a bit higher to help you look over the connected shroud design for instrument console and infotainment screen. Kia is offering full leatherette covers on the GTX+ while lower variants get fabric and leatherette combo or fabric only options.

Stowage spaces are plenty too, with three handy spots for your precious phone: two trays and a slot between the cupholders. Aside from this, you get a well-padded sunglass holder on the roof and an umbrella storage spot above the front door pockets. The umbrella holder though would have been better positioned along the door edge like on Skodas, preventing water droplets from trickling into the door pocket.

Lets chill!

The Sonet has made ventilated seats the new touchscreen: simply, a must-have. After you experience the decadent chill induced by cool air blowing against your sweaty skin, there’s no going back to “regular” seats. It surely steals the thunder of the 10.25-inch touchscreen which is crisp and sharp. Like on the Seltos, you can control the air purifier from here and it is advisable to drop the blower speed to maintain the hushed quietness of the cabin.

However, the lack of physical buttons to control the volume or the menu will be a bit annoying for your passenger. Using the “Hello Kia” commands promises some ease of use in theory. However, the usability is limited as the command list isn’t very diverse. For instance, of all the windows and sunroof, you can only roll down the driver-side window using voice commands. More importantly, the commands will be processed on the cloud, so, in poor network areas, like our shoot location, the commands worked slowly, or not at all. We could get the aircon to go full chill after a couple of tries while playing music did not work at all.

Controlling the media is no issue for the driver thanks to superbly crafted rocker-style switches on the flat-bottomed steering wheel. The 4.2-inch colour MID adds another layer of lustre to the cabin with its beautifully executed graphics for real-time fuel consumption. It also has a compass, tyre pressure monitor, wiper and headlamp modes, and trip computer details.

Take the backseat

Kia claims to have liberated a bit more space inside the Sonet’s cabin. A few millimetres of shoulder room seems to have been unlocked for rear-seat occupants by clever designing of the door pads. The narrowness of the cabin has limited the comfort factor in the Hyundai Venue when seating three adults in the back. The Kia, arguably, maybe better at this task, but it is primarily a four seater and the lack of a headrest for the centre occupant nudges you to that conclusion too.

For two occupants, even six-footers, the Sonet will be plenty spacious. Then there are delightful details like the C-pillar mounted quarter glass, which falls outside your field of vision, but lets in light to make the cabin feel airier. There’s also an additional shallow seatback pocket that is perfect for stowing your phone. Besides, you get a dedicated cubby for the phone along with a USB port on the housing for the rear AC vents. The scooped-out seatback promises greater levels of comfort, however, the overly soft cushioning for the seats feels tiresome on your legs. This, albeit a small niggle, is a crucial one for families. Other than that, the backseat experience is very pleasing.

That, which can be felt, not seen

There’s a hush of quietness as we make our way through the outskirts of Mumbai. The thrum from the three-cylinder engine seems more distant than I expected it to be. As we drive further outward, the question dissolves and the realisation firms up that Kia’s claim of more sound deadening using new engine mounts to reduce vibration aren’t just slideshow heroes. The quiet cabin is backed up by a plush suspension tune which seems to push our terrible road conditions further away. You pretty much glide over broken roads and can smash through potholes. Over sharp edges, you do hear the suspension “thwack” at its limit, but you don’t feel that in the cabin. In this regard, Kia has done well to choose a better setup for Indian roads than on the Seltos. When combined with the quietness, the resulting sense of calm and long-legged ability belies the size of the Sonet.

Drive to win

Kia is offering the Sonet with a choice of two petrol engines and one diesel. The 1.5-litre diesel is offered in two states of tune: 100PS/240Nm when combined with the 6-speed manual or the Seltos-spec 115PS/250Nm when combined with the 6-speed torque converter. The auto is a unique offering in the segment, bringing the sophistication and smoothness of a “proper” automatic to this class.

Very quickly you get a sense that the diesel-auto would make for a great companion as a daily driver or for a long journey. That’s because the torque makes upping the pace a breezy affair, be it at city speeds or on the highway. The smooth and unhurried shifts of the gearbox deliver a sense of premiumness, but for highway stints, you do wish it was a touch faster. Thankfully, the torque masks this shortcoming well and its 0-100kmph time of 11.8 seconds shows that it is only a few tenths slower than the turbo-petrol and DCT combo! Impressive, huh! The manual does the same run in an admirable 12.3 seconds (claimed). The thought that follows: wouldn’t a diesel and iMT combination be magical?

For now, the iMT or the clutchless manual transmission is only offered with the 1-litre turbo-petrol. Kia, like Hyundai, also offers the turbo-petrol with the dual-clutch transmission. But after spending time with the iMT, it feels as though the DCT would make sense only for the snobbiest or the laziest drivers out there. Serious. There is no head-nod as the system juggles the speed and force of clutch engagement, and the engine revs to give you superb shifts. For everyday driving, the iMT could deliver a better driving experience at a fraction of the cost, as the DCT isn’t a very snappy unit. In the 0-100kmph times, as claimed by Kia, the iMT is only a second slower than the DCT, 12.3 vs 11.3 seconds. While in terms of fuel efficiency, they are virtually on par, with the iMT delivering 18.2kmpl to the DCT’s 18.3kmpl.

Playing around

There’s a fun factor to the iMT too as it rev-matches when shifting down the gears, which will get you in the mood to hustle. While slotting the gears in a hurry can feel clumsy, as gate spacing is awkward, the sense of control and immediacy is deeply satisfying.

However, if you want the drive modes (Eco, Normal and Sport) and traction modes (Snow, Mud and Sand) you will have to opt for the automatic transmission options. The drive modes alter throttle response to make the Sonet calmer or more urgent to drive. The Eco mode is well suited for laidback commutes in the city, while the Normal mode would be better suited for a quicker pace. Sport mode is for when you are late to office or for zipping down highways.

Irrespective of which gearbox you choose, the Sonet is enjoyable on twisty roads. It goes where you want it to with confidence, and doesn’t let the slight body roll get in the way of having some fun. The 215/60 R16 rubber felt grippy and the bite from the brakes was adequate too. On the safety front, as expected, the Sonet comes with dual airbags and ABS as standard, but you also get six airbags, stability control and hill assist on higher variants.

This just in - Kia Sonet prices range from Rs 6.71 - 11.99 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Sonet sum up

The only bones we have to pick with the Sonet are with its variant mix, wherein features such as alloy wheels are offered only on the top two variants. Also, automatic options are restricted to two variants. This severely limits choices for the buyer. Moreover, the narrowness of the cabin and the softness of the rear bench curbs the Sonet’s suitability as a family car. Other than these gripes, passing a verdict on the Sonet is easy. It is impressive, even more so than the Seltos, as it delivers a palpably richer experience in a smaller package and in a more price-sensitive segment. While prices of the Sonet haven’t been announced yet, a sensible premium over the Venue will all but seat the Sonet’s tag as the sub 4-metre champ.

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Kia Sonet Mileage

The mileage of Kia Sonet ranges from 18.3 Kmpl to 24.1 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Sonet Petrol Manual is 18.4 Kmpl and for the Sonet Diesel Manual is 24.1 Kmpl. In automatic, the claimed ARAI mileage of Sonet Petrol is 18.3 Kmpl and for the Sonet Diesel is 19 Kmpl.
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Kia Sonet User Reviews

4.1 /5
111 reviews
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    4.0/5
  • Comfort
    4.2/5
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    4.1/5
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    4.4/5

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  • 3.0

    Its not bat , I like the looks and style of the Car...I want to buy for family car , and its looks better car and also want to tour off road thats why I like ..but I think there is not good service center ,because lack of survive center...?.

  • 1.7

    Not happy with the customer service.And also for the basic 3 versions no features given.Highly disappointed with it.

  • 3.0

    Very bad build quality.Has been to workshop 3 time in 14days (that's all i have owned it for).Not recommended to anyone.

  • 3.7

    Performance wise ok.Difficult for three pesengers to sit over back seat.Mileage 14-16 kmpl max.Front mirror small as compared to the other cars in segment.

  • 5.0

    Best car under 15 lacs, kia sonet 2020, kia, sonet, kia 2020, sonet 2020, best, best car, car, SUV Car

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  • 5.0

    Canceled Venue SX petrol and waited for this and it was worth it. I got HTX diesel at the same ex-showroom price with all the additional features and latest interior & exterior. Engine 5/5Comfort, 5/5Space, 4/5 (4 persons in my family) Interior 5/5 (as per other options in the segment), Overall rating 4.9/5. The only downside is steel wheel caps not looking so great. We will change soon. The showroom guys won't allow for self-insurance/zero bargaining/long waiting if not pre-booked. Hopefully, I pre-booked the first day itself.

  • 3.0

    nice engine and features with high price pro -good engine (DCT only)good features (HTX plus and GTX plus only)3 years warranty con -price is too high for automatic GTX plus versionrear seat comfort is very bad (its not family car)sonet top variant price are very near to seltos medium variantso should i buy a small automatic DCT car (1.0 turbo 3cylinder engine)with full features for 14.30 lac orshould i buy automatic CVT car (1.5 4cylinder )with all necessary features for 16.30 lac

  • 1.0

    POOR PRICING STRATEGY; KIA is trying to build in India but this pricing policies are unfaithful... HTE 1.2 & HTE 1.5 casting 8 L & 9.5 L resp does'nt hv Audio/2din facility... shame on the intentions of KIA ... failed to build faith in Indian customers.. KIA brand will not sustain in India...

  • 3.0

    Its not bat , I like the looks and style of the Car...I want to buy for family car , and its looks better car and also want to tour off road thats why I like ..but I think there is not good service center ,because lack of survive center...?.

  • 4.5

    The car by far has the best in-segment looks and interior finishing. The other option that I checked out before this was the Venue SX iMT, which has way less features compared to this, except for the alloy wheels.

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What is the price of Kia Sonet Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Kia Sonet is 12.99 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Kia Sonet?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Kia Sonet is 18.4 - 24.1 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Sonet.

What is the EMI of Kia Sonet in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Kia Sonet in Delhi is Rs. 12,980 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Kia Sonet?

The top 3 competitors of Kia Sonet are Kia Seltos, Hyundai Venue and Tata Nexon.

What is the boot space in Kia Sonet?

The boot space in Kia Sonet is 392 L. View full specification of Sonet

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    • Lajpat Nagar, B-33, New Delhi, Delhi 110024
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    • Mohan Cooperative Area, B1/A9, New Delhi, Delhi 110020
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    • Plot no.- 77, FIE, Patparganj Industrial Area, Patparganj Industrial Area, East Delhi, Opposite EDM Mall, New Delhi, Delhi 110092
    • crm@speedingo-kia.in
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    • A2/8, Opp. to Bhikaji Cama Palace Safdarjung enclave, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi, Delhi 110029
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Sonet Price in India

City Ex-Showroom Price
Noida Rs. 6.71 Lakh
Ghaziabad Rs. 6.71 Lakh
Gurgaon Rs. 6.71 Lakh
Faridabad Rs. 6.71 Lakh
Meerut Rs. 6.71 Lakh
Rohtak Rs. 6.71 Lakh
Karnal Rs. 6.71 Lakh
Hisar Rs. 6.71 Lakh
Agra Rs. 6.71 Lakh
Ambala Rs. 6.71 Lakh
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