Kia Stonic MHEV test (T-GDi 120 DCT7): small update January 19, 2021

Kia Stonic MHEV (T-GDi 120 DCT7) Specs, Details & Review

After 3 short years of career , the Stonic is already going through the light restyling box. What is changing? Let’s find out together!

For the presentations, you will see, it will go very quickly. First of all, on the style side, it’s not the revolution. This new Stonic subtly revisits its front fog lights and adopts full Led lights for high finishes. And that’s all. Above all, it gives pride of place to personalization with new colors. It is now possible to dress it in Magnetic Gray (here present) and Azure Blue. These new colors, like those already available, can also be combined with a roof of another color. Depending on the brand, a third of customers would therefore opt for an orange or black roof. However, we regret the absence of a panel of rims to stand out more …

Let’s go inside, where there too, few changes are to be noted. New customers, however, will be delighted to now discover a larger screen, 8 inches, and which becomes connected. Finally, because yes it is already all in terms of novelty, the small digital screen between the counters – which remain with hands – is enlarged to stand at 4.2 inches. Fortunately, the interior of the Stonic was already well born. We are not talking about irreproachable materials or perfect finishes, but very good ergonomics and a warm welcome. If the front seats are very pleasant and spacious, although the seats are a bit rough for my taste, the rear seats offer limited space. To be honest, these will only be suitable for children or young teens, because of a legroom and head not folichon. For the trunk, there too, it lacks a little space. By offering a volume of 352 liters, it is in the low average of the category. A Captur or a 2008, larger it is true, offer 406 and 434 liters respectively.

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