- Will be able to buy this special edition of Kia Sonnet till March 2022
- The Kia Sonnet has sold over one lakh units in India so far.
- Kia Sonnet SUV is very good in terms of look and features
Kia Sonet Anniversary Edition Launch Price Features: In India, Kia Motors has launched the Kia Sonet Anniversary Edition, a limited edition variant of its sub-compact SUV Kia Sonnet, in which some changes have been made to the exterior and interior as compared to the regular model. The Kia Sonnet Anniversary Edition has been introduced in the Indian market for a limited time only and if you want to buy it, then you have only till March 2022, after which it will be discontinued. Come, now let us tell you what is the price and features of Kia Sonnet and what special changes will be seen in it?
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Price and variants
The Kia Sonet Anniversary Edition has been introduced in India in 4 variants, with the Kia Sonet Anniversary Edition Petrol Turbo iMT variant priced at Rs 10,79,000 (ex-showroom). At the same time, the Kia Sonet Anniversary Edition Petrol Turbo DCT variant costs Rs 11,49,000, the Kia Sonet Anniversary Edition Diesel MT variant costs Rs 11,09,000 and the Kia Sonet Anniversary Edition Diesel AT variant costs Rs 11,89,000.
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Look and Features
Talking about the look and features of the Kia Sonet Anniversary Edition, it gets Kia’s signature tiger nose grille with orange accents. Some changes have also been made in the interior of this special edition SUV. It gets 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple Car Play support, automatic climate control, digital driver display, keyless entry, engine start/stop button, power adjustable exterior rear view mirror, multi-functional steering wheel, cruise control, dual airbags. There are many standard and safety features like ABS, EBD, rear parking camera, brake assist and automatic headlamps. Engine options remain the same as the Sonet HTX variant.
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