The most handsome SUV in its segment, the KIA Celtos, now according to more interesting features. Okay, it was already there, but KIA thought of giving it a few more goodies (ten, to be exact) to make sure buyers continue to pull in terms (or buy it online in the current situation). Also, unlike the general practice of adding a few features to the top-end variant and calling it an “update / facelift”, KIA not only added new features to almost all variants, but also a few existing features, exclusive to the top-end variant only. , Have also found their way into some of the lower forms.
For example, the new Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) feature is standard in all Celtos variants, the Sunroof (a Novowich rich favorite), which only came in HTX + and GTX + variants, will now be available in HTX and GTX trims.
Meanwhile, let’s quickly see what ESS is. As its full form implies, it is a safety feature that signals (warns) the traffic behind you that your car is moving to an emergency stop. So, if you go over 55 kilometers per hour and hit the brakes hard, ESS, recognized as a sudden braking event, quickly lifts the brake lights to prevent the missing mind drivers behind you from getting stuck in you.
Nine more new features, adding existing features to fewer variants, as well as a variant-based price list – all listed below.
Please note that KIA has discontinued SmartStream Petrol 1.4T-GDI GTK and GTX 7-DCT variants. In other words, you don’t have to choose the base model Turbo-Petrol right now (GTK), nor the one-step-short-off-to-end-auto (GTX). So while the 7-speed DCT Turbo-Petrol Celts may only now be available as GTX +, you still get at least two options in manual turbo-petrol, GTX and GTX +.
No changes were made to the engine, and you can check the KIA website for power and torque statistics.
KIA Celtose is a new feature
Adding existing properties of KIA Celtose to the Lower Variant
New KIA Celtose price list
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