Here are a few images of the Kia Sonet, which gets protected by ceramic paint. The Kia SUV now looks brand new and shiny.
Kia Sonet is the company’s first-ever sub-4-meter SUV, which was launched in our market a few months back. Kia Sonet is the most affordable car in the automaker’s stable and is doing well in terms of overall sales. In the sub-4-meter SUV space, it competes against the likes of Nissan Magnite, Hyundai Venue, Maruti Vitara Brezza, Ford EcoSport and Mahindra XUV300. People around the country have also started customizing the Kia SUV. Enthusiasts modify their vehicles as per their taste. But one of the most important modification one should do on his/her car is ceramic coating.
Nano coating works like an invisible shield, which protects the vehicles from minor dents and scratches. It also preserves the showroom shine of the vehicle by protecting the original paint of the car. The direct sunlight or acid rain can also damage the body of the car and it can only be prevented through ceramic paint.
There are a lot of detailing studios around the country that offer different plans for different wallets. This mod job has been done by SNASH Kannur, which is based in Kerala. Overall, this Kia Seltos looks more striking after the nano-coating treatment. The Ceramic paint is employed on top of your car’s paint, protecting it from contaminants and scratches & it also gives your car a much more glossy and smooth finish.
Talking about Kia Sonet, Inside, the SUV comes loaded with features like a massive 10.25-inch HD touchscreen with navigation and live traffic, Bose premium seven-speaker sound system with sub-woofer, Smart Pure air purifier with virus and bacteria protection and front ventilated driver and passenger seats. Moreover, it also gets features like LED sound mood lights, 4.2-inch colour instrument cluster, Over-the-air (OTA) map updates, remote engine start via UVO Connect and Smart Key (automatic and manual transmission), wireless smartphone charger with cooling function, multi-drive & traction modes for automatic trims. Mechanically, it derives power from a multiple engine and gearbox options.