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You can find 13 different trims for the Kia Stonic and their corresponding recommended coolant type.
The years available stretch from 2017 through to 2024 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.
The Stonic first entered Kia’s SUV family only a few years ago in 2017. Joining the South Korean carmaker’s lineup, it sits near the bottom of the SUV range, finding itself under the Sportage and Sorento.
Of course, only a single generation has been released since then. However, this version did receive a facelift in 2020. While only an update, it brought a number of big changes to the model.
The little Kia has faced fairly stiff competition because it is situated in the subcompact crossover SUV segment, which happens to be one of the most competitive classes in recent years. Its rivals currently include big-hitters like the Nissan Juke, Renault Captur, and SEAT Arona.
Kia has offered a fairly limited trim selection for the model, consisting of just five options. These are the 2, followed by the GT-Line, Quantum, 3, and GT-Line S.
These trim levels are fairly interesting because not only do they not align with any of Kia’s current trim levels, but they do not match any other manufacturer’s standard packages.
Kia has offered a number of engines for the model, which is fairly typical for the South Korean manufacturer. These have included various petrol, as well as two diesel options.
On the petrol side of things, there have been various engines ranging from a 1.0 L inline-3 to a 1.4 L inline-4. For the diesel powertrains, there have been two 1.6 L inline-4s, which range in their power output.
These engines were mated with either a 5-speed or 6-speed manual, or various automatics like the 7-speed DCT.