The 2021 Kia Stonic will be on sale in the local market this October. This Korean subcompact crossover was first introduced in 2017 so it is not relatively new to the global auto scene, but it is in the country. With that being said, let’s take a look at what the Kia Stonic has to offer for its affordable price tag.
One of the best features the Kia Stonic has to offer is its stylish look. One can say that the Stonic is the best-looking vehicle in its price range. The Kia Stonic comes with a two-tone paint scheme that instantly restrains the subcompact crossover from having a dull appeal.
The 2021 Kia Stonic
The Kia Stonic is designed by the brand’s chief designer Peter Schreyer. The vehicle comes with an elegant design, sharp body profiles, and smooth surfaces. In addition, the Kia Stonic comes with Kia’s signature tiger-nose grille, sharp-looking headlights with daytime running lights, and a large bumper.
Aside from the stylish exterior design, the Kia Stonic also comes with great interior features for its price. The subcompact crossover is installed with an 8-inch touchscreen that supports both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The sounds are then blasted through the Stonic’s six speakers that come as standard.
Interior view of the Kia Stonic
Under the hood, the Kia Stonic is powered by a 1.4-liter dual CVVT engine that is mated to either a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission. The MT variant is capable of producing 94 hp, while the AT variant makes 99 hp.
As for safety, the Kia Stonic offers a rear parking sensor, a rearview camera with dynamic guidelines, electronic stability control, and hill start assist for the top-spec EX variant. Moreover, the Kia Stonic also comes with smart entry and a push start button.
Do you agree that it is one of the best-looking subcompact crossovers in the country?
There is no denying that the Kia Stonic is set to become one of the hottest cars this year locally. With its stylish exterior as well as its boatload of tech and safety features, the Kia Stonic is looking to be a strong contender in the local subcompact crossover segment. What’s best is that, Kia PH will be offering the Stonic for as low as Php 675,000 for the base variant. On the other hand, the mid LX MT variant is priced at Php 785,000, while the top-spec EX AT variant is priced at Php 875,000.
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