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    Kia Sonet Diesel Updated Variants Explained - Which One To Buy?

    by Mahesh Yadav on Friday, Aug 21 2020

    Read on to find out which variant of the 2020 Kia Sonet diesel you should buy. We compare the features of each variant and use our internal data to figure out which variant of the Sonet diesel offers the most useful features and the best value for money. We also compare the Sonet’s 1.5L turbo diesel engine specs and dimensions with other sub-4m SUVs to help you gauge its performance and size. With this variant breakdown, we will help you decide which variant you should buy based on your needs and budget. So, let’s start with the prices.

     

    2020 Kia Sonet

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    What Are The Pros And Cons Of Kia Sonet Diesel?

    The pros or advantages of Kia Sonet diesel are:

    • ZERO price premium for diesel engine over the turbo petrol engine despite all the noise around diesel cars becoming significantly more expensive with BS6 upgrade.
    • Option of 6-speed manual and 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission with the diesel engine.
    • The only car in the segment to offer a premium automatic transmission with the diesel engine. Others offer simpler AMTs. Torque converter automatic is a tried-and-tested piece of technology and known for its long-term reliability and abuse-friendly nature.
    • Loaded with features like big touchscreen, LED headlamps, dual-function DRLs, ventilated seats, Bose speaker system with woofer, cooling vent for wireless phone charging mat, integrated air purifier, 6 airbags, and more.
    • Best-in-class boot space of 392 litres and second-best ground clearance in the segment of 205mm.
    • Best-in-class mileage of 24.1kmpl from the 1.5L diesel engine with manual transmission.
    • Diesel automatic only costs Rs. 90,000 more and offers 15PS more power and 10Nm more torque.

    The Kia Sonet diesel has the following shortcomings or problems:

    • Torque converter automatic transmissions are known for gas-guzzling and power-sapping characteristics, especially in stop-and-go traffic. The 21% lower official mileage figure also confirms this.
    • While some variants of the Sonet aren’t the most value for money options, the HTX Plus is straight-up overpriced.
    • No automatic transmission with the most value for money HTX and fully-loaded GTX Plus variants.
    • Missing features: split rear seatback, cooled glovebox, automatic wipers
    • Thinner service network compared to the already-established brands.

    What Is The Price Of Kia Sonet Diesel?

    The Kia Sonet diesel starts at Rs. 8.05 lakh for the HTE variant and tops out at Rs. 11.99 lakh for the GTX Plus trim with the manual transmission. The 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission is available with the HTK Plus variant, which costs Rs. 10.39 lakh. It is Rs. 90,000 more expensive than the HTK Plus manual.

    Kia Sonet Diesel - Ex-Showroom Price

    Variants

    1.5L Diesel MT

    1.5L Diesel TC Auto

    HTE

    Rs. 8.05 lakh

    -

    HTK

    Rs. 8.99 lakh

    -

    HTK Plus

    Rs. 9.49 lakh

    Rs. 10.39 lakh

    HTX

    Rs. 9.99 lakh

    -

    HTX Plus

    Rs. 11.65 lakh

    -

    GTX Plus

    Rs. 11.99 lakh

    -

    The Sonet diesel is THE most attractively priced diesel SUV in the segment as it carries zero premium over the turbo petrol engine models. In the case of the HTK Plus automatic, the diesel engine is Rs. 10,000 cheaper than the turbo petrol with DCT automatic. Even compared to the 1.2L normal petrol engine variants, the premium for the diesel engine is between Rs. 1.04 lakh and Rs. 1.4 lakh. Considering the performance and mileage difference between the two engines, even the Rs. 1.4 lakh price gap doesn’t sound all that unreasonable.

    2020 Kia Sonet Diesel HTE - Base Model Features & Review

    The base HTE variant of the Sonet diesel costs Rs. 8.05 lakh (ex-showroom). The Sonet HTE diesel is Rs. 1.34 lakh more expensive than the Sonet HTE with the 1.2L petrol engine. This variant comes with the following features:

    • 2 airbags
    • ABS
    • Parking sensors rear
    • Tilt Steering
    • Front & Rear Skid Plates
    • Front & Rear USB Charging Ports
    • 15-inch Steel Wheels w/ Wheel Covers
    • Manual Central Locking
    • Power Adjustable ORVMs
    • Black Interior
    • Rear AC Vents
    • Adjustable Front Headrests
    • Fixed Rear Headrests
    • Front Power Windows

    The HTE variant itself appears to cover most of the basic must-have features well and is better equipped than the Venue’s base variant and costs less too. This is a solid option for budget buyers.

    You still might miss the following features:

    • Rear power windows
    • Remote central locking
    • Music system
    • Steering-mounted controls

    KIA SONET HTE | FEATURES

    Rs. 8.05 Lakh (1.5L DIESEL MT)

    Safety

    Functional

    Style

    Std Safety Features

    Tilt Steering

    Front & Rear Skid Plates

    Emergency Stop Signal

    Front & Rear USB Charging Ports

    R15 Steel Wheels w/ Wheel Covers

    Central Locking

    Power Adjustable ORVMs

    Black Interior

     

    Rear AC Vents

     
     

    Adjustable Front Headrests

     
     

    Fixed Rear Headrests

     
     

    Front Power Windows

     

    2020 Kia Sonet Diesel HTE vs HTK Variant

    The price difference between the Kia Sonet HTE and HTK diesel is Rs. 94,000. The HTK variant of the Kia Sonet diesel costs Rs. 8.99 lakh. It gets the following notable features in addition to the HTE’s kit:

    • Music System
    • Remote Central Locking
    • 16-inch Styled Wheels
    • 4 Speakers
    • Rear Power Windows
    • Semi Leatherette Seats
    • Steering Mounted Audio Controls
    • Height Adjustable Driver Seat
    • Bluetooth Connectivity
    • Follow-me-home Headlamps
    • UVO Lite (remote app)
    • Sunglass Holder

    The HTK variant gets all the must-have features for a budget SUV buyer. This is an expensive upgrade and does not warrant an upgrade. You should either get the HTE variant and accessorize it to your taste or stretch your budget a little further for the HTK Plus as it offers better value for money.

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    KIA SONET HTK | FEATURES OVER HTE

    Rs. 8.99 Lakh (1.5L DIESEL MT)

    Entertainment

    Functional

    Style

    Audio System

    Remote Central Locking

    R16 Styled Wheels

    4 Speakers

    Rear Power Windows

    Semi Leatherette Seats

    Steering Mounted Audio Controls

    Height Adjustable Driver Seat

     

    Bluetooth Connectivity

    Follow-me-home Headlamps

     

    UVO Lite (remote app)

    Sunglass Holder

     

    2020 Kia Sonet Diesel HTK vs HTK Plus Variant<

    The price difference between the Kia Sonet HTK and HTK Plus diesel variants is only Rs. 50,000. The Kia Sonet HTK Plus diesel costs Rs. 9.49 lakh with the manual transmission and Rs. 10.39 lakh with the automatic. As of September, this is the only variant with the diesel engine and an automatic transmission.

     The HTK Plus variant of the Kia Sonet diesel adds the following features over the HTK’s:

    • Projector Fog Lamps
    • 8-inch Touchscreen w/ Arkamys Tuning
    • Auto Headlamps
    • Shark Fin Antenna
    • Rear Defogger
    • Apple CarPlay & Android Auto
    • Auto AC
    • LED Turn Indicators on ORVMs
    • Rear Parking Camera
    • Wireless Screen Mirroring
    • Power Foldable Mirrors
    • Chrome Insert Around Grille
    • Driver Rear View Monitor
    • 2 Tweeters
    • Rear Parcel Tray
    • Roof Rails
    • Electronic Stability Control (AT Only)
    • Hill Start Assist (AT Only)
    • Traction Control (AT Only)

    This is the most affordable variant that we’d recommend without hesitation. It offers better value for money than the lower HTE and HTK variants with the diesel engine.

    For diesel automatic buyers, there’s little choice as this is the only variant currently available with a diesel+automatic combination. Thankfully, it’s well priced and costs only Rs. 90,000 more than the 1.5L diesel manual. Moreover, the automatic version also adds 15PS more power and 10Nm of additional torque for better performance.

    KIA SONET HTK+ | FEATURES OVER HTK

    Rs. 9.49 Lakh (1.5L DIESEL MT) | Rs. 10.39 Lakh (1.5L DIESEL TC AT)

    Safety

    Entertainment

    Functional

    Style

    Electronic Stability Control (AT Only)

    8” Touchscreen w/ Arkamys Tuning

    One-Touch Auto Down Driver Window

    Leather-wrapped Gear Knob (AT only)

    Driver Rear View Monitor

    Apple CarPlay & Android Auto

    Electrically Foldable ORVMs

    LED Turn Indicators on ORVMs

    Rear Parking Camera

    Wireless Screen Mirroring

    Auto Headlamps

    Chrome Insert Around Grille

    Rear Defogger

    2 Tweeters

    Rear Parcel Tray

    Shark Fin Antenna

    Projector Fog Lamps

     

    Auto AC

    Roof Rails

    Hill Start Assist (AT Only)

         

    Traction Control (AT Only)

         

    2020 Kia Sonet Diesel HTK Plus vs HTX Variant

    The price difference between the Kia Sonet HTK Plus and HTX diesel variants is also only Rs. 50,000. The Kia Sonet HTX diesel costs Rs. 9.99 lakh. The notable additional features of the Sonet HTX diesel are:

    • ISOFIX
    • Dual-function LED DRLs
    • LED Headlamps
    • LED Tail Lamps
    • Smart Key w/ Push-button Start/Stop
    • Cruise Control
    • Electric Sunroof
    • Remote Engine Start
    • Adjustable Rear Headrests
    • Beige-Black Interior
    • Rear Armrest
    • Leather-wrapped Flat-bottom Steering
    • Leather-wrapped Gear Knob
    • Skid Plates w/ Diffuser Design

    The Sonet HTX focuses mostly on the looks aspect of the car and has a sunroof, dual-function LED DRls, flat-bottom steering and LED tail lamps. There are also some upmarket and good-to-have features like cruise control and remote engine start. So, we would recommend this variant to buyers who are impressed by the Sonet’s design and want their car to look as close to the one shown in the promotions and brochures but for a lower price.

    You may still miss the following features:

    • Tyre pressure monitoring system
    • Rear washer wiper
    • Alloy wheels

    In this list, the alloy wheel is an easy upgrade. You can even purchase it at the time of delivery from the dealership. So, we believe, it’s a smart move on Kia’s part to instead offer features like LED lighting, cruise control and electric sunroof, because these are very difficult to install later. The TPMS is also something you can install aftermarket to improve the safety. Rear washer wiper is the only other must-have thing, which you should expect from a car costing well over Rs. 11 lakh (on-road).

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    From a value perspective as well, the HTX diesel is the best option in the entire lineup. Consider skipping the HTK Plus if you want some of these features. These features are a steal considering the incremental asking price of just Rs. 50,000.

    KIA SONET HTX | FEATURES OVER HTK+

    Rs. 9.99 Lakh (1.5L DIESEL MT)

    Safety & Functional

    Style

    ISOFIX

    Dual-function LED DRLs

    LED Headlamps

    LED Tail Lamps

    Smart Key w/ Push-button Start/Stop

    Rear Bumper Muffler Design

    Cruise Control

    Electric Sunroof

    Remote Engine Start

    Chrome Door Handles

    Adjustable Rear Headrests

    Beige-Black Interior

    Rear Armrest

    Leather-wrapped Flat-bottom Steering

     

    Leather-wrapped Gear Knob

     

    Skid Plates w/ Diffuser Design

    2020 Kia Sonet Diesel HTX vs HTX Plus Variant

    The price difference between the Kia Sonet HTX and HTX Plus diesel variants is Rs. 1.66 lakh. The Kia Sonet HTX Plus diesel costs Rs. 11.65 lakh (ex-showroom).

    The HTX Plus variant will further take the feeling of feel-good to the next level with features like:

    • Larger, 10.25-inch touchscreen
    • Bose sound system with woofer (first-in-segment BTW)
    • Ventilated seats (also first in segment)
    • Integrated air purifier
    • 16-inch alloy wheels
    • Telematics
    • Digital instrument cluster
    • Auto-dimming inside mirror

    It also gets some important features like rear washer/wiper and a tyre pressure monitoring system. We believe these features should have been added to one of the lower variants to improve their safety score. Still, the HTX Plus variant doesn’t justify blowing past the 7-figure ex-showroom price mark. If you have the budget, then you should instead go for the fully-loaded GTX Plus variant. It’s only Rs. 34,000 more, after all. Or you can buy our top-recommended HTX variant and save yourself a lot of cash.

    KIA SONET HTX+ | FEATURES OVER HTX

    Rs. 11.65 Lakh (1.5L DIESEL MT)

    Safety

    Entertainment

    Functional

    Style

    Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

    10.25-inch Touchscreen

    Ventilated Front Seats

    Digital Instrument Cluster

    Rear Wiper & Washer

    Bose 7-speaker Sound System

    Driver Seat Back Pocket

    LED Sound Mood Lights

    Auto-dimming IRVM

    (-) Screen Mirroring

    Air Purifier

    Dual-tone Exterior (O)

     

    Voice Recognition

    Telematics

    R16 Alloy Wheels

     

    Navigation

     

    Leather Door Trim

    2020 Kia Sonet Diesel HTX Plus vs GTX Plus Variant

    The price difference between the Sonet HTX Plus and GTX Plus variants with diesel engine is only Rs. 34,000. The GTX Plus diesel costs Rs. 11.99 lakh and adds the following notable features:

    • Wireless Phone Charger with Cooling Vent
    • Red Brake Callipers
    • Electronic Stability Control & Vehicle Stability Management
    • Sportier Front Bumper Design (w/ Faux Intakes)
    • Hill Start Assist
    • Red Exterior & Interior Inserts
    • Front Parking Sensors
    • Black Interior w/ Leatherette Seats
    • Traction Control
    • Alloy Pedals
    • 6 Airbags
    • Black Interior Inserts

    For these features, the GTX Plus variant justifies the price jump not only from the HTX Plus but also from the HTX variant. Hell, even if you add up the cost of the features from the HTE 1.2L variant, the GTX Plus will end up justifying the incremental cost. The Sonet GTX Plus is worth considering if you have the budget for a variant higher than the HTX.

    KIA SONET GTX+ | FEATURES OVER HTX+

    Rs. 11.99 Lakh (1.5L DIESEL MT)

    Safety & Functional

    Style

    Wireless Phone Charger with Cooling Vent

    Sportier Front Bumper Design (w/ Faux Intakes)

    Electronic Stability Control

    Red Brake Callipers

    Hill Start Assist

    Red Exterior & Interior Inserts

    Front Parking Sensors

    Black Interior w/ Leatherette Seats

    Traction Control

    Alloy Pedals

    4 Airbags

    Black Interior Inserts

    Which Variant Of The 2020 Kia Sonet Diesel Should You Buy?

    For buyers on a shoestring budget who want a diesel engine, the HTE is a decent option to consider as it covers most of the must-have features you would expect for the asking price. The HTK is a better-balanced package but it doesn’t justify the Rs. 1.0 lakh price jump with the features. You should instead buy the Sonet HTE and accessorize it to your taste and save some cash in the process.

    If you don’t want a basic cabin, then the HTK Plus is the lowest model of the Sonet diesel worth recommending. For the additional Rs. 50k asking price over the HTK, it adds more than enough features to warrant a jump from the HTK.

    However, if you can afford to stretch your budget just a bit more, then the HTX would be our top pick. That’s because it’s the most value for money variant of the Kia Sonet diesel and it has a better balance of style and functionality. It also has a very nice balance of must-have and good-to-have features that will improve your ownership experience. A set of shiny alloy wheels is the only notable feature missing from this variant. But, we don’t consider that a miss because you can either add it later during the ownership or at the time of purchase from the dealership.

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    Beyond the HTX, the HTX Plus is not even worth considering as it’s the only absurdly overpriced variant in the Sonet diesel lineup. If you want more bells and whistles, then spend another Rs. 34,000 and get the fully-loaded GTX variant. It not only justifies the Rs. 34,000 incremental cost over the HTX Plus, but also it justifies the price jump from HTX, the most VFM variant of the Sonet diesel.

    KIA SONET 1.5L TURBO DIESEL | RECOMMENDATION

    EX-SHOWROOM DELHI  | SEP 2020

    Variant

    VFM

    Price

    Recommendation

    HTE

    Rank 4

    ₹8,05,000

    For budget buyers only

    HTK

    Rank 5

    ₹8,99,000

    Expensive upgrade. Not recommended.

    HTK+

    Rank 3

    ₹9,49,000

    Worth buying but consider upgrading to HTX for better value for money.

    HTX

    Rank 1

    ₹9,99,000

    Top recommended

    HTX+

    Rank 6

    ₹11,65,000

    Overpriced. Not recommended.

    GTX+

    Rank 2

    ₹11,99,000

    Worth upgrading. Great value for money.

    HTK+ Auto

    -

    ₹10,39,000

    Value-for-money entry-level automatic variant. Worth buying.

    2020 Kia Sonet Diesel vs Competition - Engine Specs and Mileage Comparison

    Just like the Venue, the Sonet also borrows the 1.5-litre turbo diesel engine from the Seltos and Creta. It makes 100PS of power and 240Nm of torque with the manual transmission. While it’s down on power compared to the Seltos, 240Nm of torque is still very much comparable with the Seltos. Plus, the Sonet’s lower kerb weight should give it better real-world performance than the Seltos and Creta diesel.

    The small SUV segment has XUV300 and Nexon offering an automatic transmission with their diesel engines. But, both of them have cheaper and relatively jerky, AMT-type automatic transmissions. The Sonet is the first of its kind to offer an upmarket torque-converter automatic with its diesel engine in the B2-SUV segment. AMTs have a place in the market for the efficiency, simplicity and affordability they offer. However, a torque converter automatic also has its appeal among buyers spending well over Rs. 10 lakh on-road as they expect better refinement than what an AMT offers.

    The torque converter automatics have been around for decades and are known for smoother gear changes and longer reliability even when driven in harsh Indian climatic and traffic conditions. The convenience of not having to shift gears comes at the cost of lower mileage. The downside of torque converters is that they sap power and deliver very low mileage especially if you drive a lot in stop-and-go traffic. This is because of the hydraulic coupling. And the official mileage figures also point to this weakness of the Sonet diesel automatic as it promises only 19kmpl against a claimed mileage of 24.1kmpl with the manual transmission. With the manual transmission, the Kia Sonet diesel has the best-in-class mileage figure but among the diesel automatic SUVs, the Sonet has the worst figure.

    Besides borrowing the engine and transmission combo from the Seltos, the Sonet diesel also borrows the power and torque figures. With the automatic, the Sonet diesel makes 115PS of power and 250Nm of torque - the same as the Seltos. These performance figures are 15PS and 10Nm more than what you get with the Sonet diesel MT.

    This torque output is still not enough to beat the XUV300’s figure, which has a much higher figure of 300Nm and leads in the torque-to-weight ratio department as well.

    Click Here to read our more detailed report on Torque-to-Weight Ratios and why this is what you should look for when comparing the performance of two cars. We also have a list of top 10 ranked cars with the best torque-to-weight ratios under Rs. 20 lakh (ex-showroom).

    Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza owned the lion’s share in the B2 diesel SUV segment in the BS4 era. Now that Maruti Suzuki has given up on diesel engines, there’s one less car to worry about for the Sonet in the small diesel SUV space. From being the only SUV to not offer a petrol engine, Brezza has now become the only B2 SUV, to not offer a diesel engine.

    SONET vs RIVALS

    DIESEL ENGINE SPECS

     

    Sonet

    Venue

    XUV300

    Nexon

    WR-V

    EcoSport

    Displacement

    1.5L

    1.5L

    1.5L

    1.5L

    1.5

    1.5L

    Cylinder

    4

    4

    4

    4

    4

    4

    Cubic Capacity

    1493cc

    1493cc

    1497cc

    1497cc

    1498cc

    1498cc

    Maximum Power

    100PS @ 4000rpm

    115PS @ 4000rpm

    100PS @ 4000rpm

    117PS @ 3750rpm

    110PS @ 4000rpm

    100PS @ 3600rpm

    100PS @ 3750rpm

    PWR:Weight

    NA

    NA

    84.96PS/t

    82.45PS/t

    83.65PS/t

    89.14PS/t

    76.80PS/t

    Peak Torque

    240Nm @ 1500 - 2750rpm

    250Nm @ 1500 - 2750rpm

    240Nm @ 1500 - 2750rpm

    300Nm @ 1500 - 2500rpm

    250Nm @ 1500 - 2750rpm

    200Nm @ 1750rpm

    215Nm @ 1750 - 2500rpm

    TRQ:Weight

    NA

    NA

    203.91Nm/t

    211.42Nm/t

    197.72Nm/t

    202.59Nm/t

    165.13Nm/t

    Manual

    Transmission

    6-speed

    -

    6-speed

    6-speed

    6-speed

    6-speed

    5-speed

    Manual FE

    24.1kmpl

    -

    23.29kmpl

    20.1kmpl

    22.44kmpl

    23.7kmpl

    21.7kmpl

    Automatic

    Transmission

    -

    6-speed TC

    -

    6-speed AMT

    6-speed AMT

    -

    -

    Automatic FE

    -

    19kmpl

    -

    19.7kmpl

    22.44kmpl

    -

    -

    Kia Sonet Vs Competitors - Dimension Comparison

    The Kia Sonet is one of the larger SUVs in the segment. It has 205mm of ground clearance - only 4mm short of becoming the segment leader. It is the tallest measuring 1647mm - on par with the Ford EcoSport. And it sets a new benchmark in boot space by offering 392 litres - offering 29 litres more storage than the second-best - WRV.

    Where it doesn’t shine enough is in width as its 1790mm wide body puts it behind the XUV300 and Nexon in the list and on par with the Brezza. But, it’s still comfortably more than the Venue, WR-V and EcoSport on that front.

    SONET vs COMPETITORS

    DIMENSION COMPARISON

     

    Sonet

    Venue

    WR-V

    Brezza

    Nexon

    EcoSport

    XUV300

    Length

    3995mm

    3995mm

    3999mm

    3995mm

    3993mm

    3998mm

    3995mm

    Width

    1790mm

    1770mm

    1734mm

    1790mm

    1811mm

    1765mm

    1821mm

    Height

    1647mm

    1605mm

    1601mm

    1640mm

    1606mm

    1647mm

    1627mm

    Wheelbase

    2500mm

    2500mm

    2555mm

    2500mm

    2498mm

    2519mm

    2600mm

    Boot Space

    392-lt

    350-lt

    363-lt

    328-lt

    350-lt

    352-lt

    257-lt

    Ground Clearance

    205mm

    190mm

    188mm

    200mm

    209mm

    200mm

    180mm

    Fuel Tank

    45-lt

    45-lt

    40-lt

    48-lt

    44-lt

    52-lt

    42-lt

    Tyre Size (Min)

    195/65 R15

    195/65 R15

    195/60 R16

    205/60 R16

    195/60 R16

    195/65 R15

    205/65 R16

    Tyre Size (Max)

    215/60 R16

    215/60 R16

    195/60 R16

    215/60 R16

    215/60 R16

    215/60 R16

    215/55 R17

    What Are The Colour Options Of The 2020 Kia Sonet?

    The 2020 Sonet is available in the following 11 (8 solid and 3 dual-tone) colour options:

    • Red
    • Gold
    • Grey
    • Black
    • SIlver
    • Blue
    • White
    • Metallic white
    • Red with black roof
    • Metallic white with black roof
    • Gold with black roof

    Note: Here is a quick look at our length-based segmentation of cars to give you an idea of how we are classifying cars based on their size.

    CLASSIFICATION OF CARS

    SEGMENT

    SUB-SEGMENT

    LENGTH

    EXAMPLE

    A Segment

    A

    < 3699mm

    Alto, Kwid (Exception), Santro, Celerio

           

    B Segment

    B1

    3700-3850mm

    Ignis, GO, Nios, Swift, Tiago

    B2

    3850-3999mm

    Altroz, Baleno, Dzire, Amaze, Nexon, Brezza

           

    C Segment

    C

    4000-4499mm

    Ciaz, New City (Exception), Rapid, Creta, Seltos, Compass, T-Roc, Ertiga

           

    D Segment

    D

    4500-4750mm

    Octavia, XUV500, Elantra, Civic, Harrier, Hector, Innova, Kodiaq, CR-V

           

    D+ Segment

    D+

    4750+mm

    Fortuner, Superb, Endeavour, Camry, Carnival



    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Mahesh is a fan of compact, quirky and underrated vehicles that punch above their weight. Multix, Nano, Strom R3 and Navi are his favorites.

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