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  • Q. Does IMT have a inbuilt hill hold assist facility? Kia doesn't mention there is Hill hold in HTX and HTX+ variants? As the creek function exists, it should act as hill assist. Am i right?

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    Preetish
    Preetish | 1 year ago

    I test drove the GTX iMT, when I lift my leg from brake in slope, the car holds for a 2-3 seconds, and then it rollsback for a few inches and then the creep functions kicks in and the car moves forward again. There is a delay of 2 seconds between the hold and creep function. I really want to know how this works in HTX as I have already booked this varient. If it doesn't hold the car for the 2-3 seconds like the GTX variant it will be difficult to drive in hill stations.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The creep function simply enables the car to move slowly when you lift your foot off the accelerator. The hill assist is available with the Kia Sonet, however, with the limited variants like GTX Plus.

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    Rajesh
    Rajesh | 10 months ago

    I put this question to Kia few months before as I use to drive it in hills as well but they do not have any satisfactory answer to me.

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