In our previous chapter, we took Kia’s latest and youngest offering, the Sonet, on a special trip to meet some of the wild marvels of nature. It is during this trip that we learnt that the Sonet, which looks like nothing on the road in the segment it belongs to, can actually traverse over different terrain with great confidence. This is just one of the reasons why this young Kia is so popular with the younger generation who can’t stop gushing over this compact SUV. And not just that, but even all of us at OVERDRIVE, who’ve been eyeing every single opportunity to get behind the wheel of the Sonet. To make sure that happens, we decided to take the Sonet on a weekend getaway under the cover of doing a travel feature, wherein the agenda was to spend an unplanned adventurous weekend with this compact SUV.
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