In recent years, we have started to see more SUV vehicles on the roads. SUV vehicles translated into Turkish as "sports vehicle"; It attracts the attention of users due to its flamboyant designs, prestigious looks and dynamic styles.
SUV vehicles, which can be used both in the field and on asphalt roads thanks to their traction features and powerful engine equipment, are also referred to as “family vehicles” due to their large seating areas and luggage volumes. Providing comfort and safety in city life, SUV vehicles also draw attention with their high performance on rough terrain.
But SUV vehicles mostly spend their lives in the city and on asphalt roads. The high ground structures and technical architecture of this type of vehicles also offer superior driving safety both in city life and on asphalt roads.
In addition, the high structures of SUV vehicles make it easier for users to get on and off the vehicle. This tall structure also provides users with an environmentally friendly ride. Due to their design, SUV vehicles offer the comfort of a passenger car and a wide variety of van-type vehicles together.
Since we are talking about the design features of SUV vehicles, let's take a look at the things to consider when buying an SUV.
Things to Consider When Buying an SUV
SUV vehicles have been very popular in recent years due to their 4×4 traction features and their ability to be used both on asphalt and off-road. However, when buying a vehicle of this type, you need to determine your intended use well.
For example, if you are going to use your vehicle more in the city, it may be more logical to choose a small or compact SUV. Thus, you will not have any parking problems in the city and you can increase your maneuverability. You can also gain advantages in terms of usage costs.
But if your goal is to do more roads and have an off-road experience, you can buy an upper-middle or upper-class SUV vehicle. Vehicles in this class, which have a larger interior volume and higher engine capacity, also make a difference in performance. In this way, you can have a comfortable driving experience outside the city and on rough terrain.
We talked about the features that you should pay attention to when choosing an SUV car. Now let's take a closer look at one of the popular SUV models by making a Kia Stonic review.
Kia Stonic: Brilliant and Confident
Kia Stonic is an urban vehicle in the B segment. Also known as a "crossover", the New Stonic draws attention with its compact dimensions and versatility. Inspiring with its eye-catching design and confident style, the vehicle brings a new breath to the SUV segment.
Inspired by Kia's large SUV models in form and function, Stonic offers handling features and ease of use together. Stonic, which has an exciting exterior design with its dynamic, powerful and curved style, also promises comfort with its rich equipment.
Designed by combining SUV and passenger car features, Stonic has the feature of being a hybrid vehicle in this respect. Standing out with the advantages it provides to drivers especially in city life, Stonic makes a name for itself not only with its sporty and dynamic lines, but also with its driving pleasure.
The sloping roofline that complements the high shoulder line and the specially designed roof rails support the stylish look of the vehicle. Its unique taillight design adds a youthful and futuristic feel to Stonic. Revealing the harmony of sharp horizontal lines and soft plain surfaces, Kia Stonic attracts users with its technology and ergonomics-based structure.
Also front-wheel drive Kia Stonic;
- Electronic Stability Program (ESC),
- Vehicle Stability Management (VSM),
- Autonomous Emergency Brake (AEB), including Pedestrian Detection and Forward Collision Warning (FCA),
- Rear Cross Traffic Control (RCTA),
- Blind Spot Detection (BSD)
- Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS)
- It also makes life easier thanks to vehicle equipment such as Drive Wise Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS). It further improves driving safety with features such as High Beam Assist (HBA) and Driver Fatigue Alert (DAW).
With a luggage volume of 352 liters, Kia Stonic also supports ease of use with its two-layer luggage floor. The gasoline engine combined with the dual-clutch transmission (DCT) also makes the journeys much more enjoyable. Offering 2 engine options, Kia Stonic also makes a difference in fuel consumption.