1. What is AT in this case? Is it AMT?
AT is the torque convertor, it shifts between 6 gears, in Kia selto diesel AT variant. I personally drive the Jeep Grand Cherokee 5.7Lt V8 which has the AT torque convertor 8 speed transmission - I love this - its very responsive and quick to shift gears. But I have to personally try out the seltos diesel to compare performance of the 6 speed AT
2. As for the CVT, I have heard people say the CVT variant of Seltos, the petrol IVT is much comfortable to drive. Its smoother, and very well refined as well. But one should test to comment on if thats true, check out if the typical rubber band effect is bothering you a lot.
3. Other than these two facts, one main differentiating factor between the two medels is, the diesel AT comes in HTK+ variant, and Petrol IVT comes in HTX variant.
HTX have tons of premium upgrades in comparison to the HTK+
As a guy who loves features I am automatically attracted toward the HTX, but I have to check out if the Diesel AT torque convertor transmission outsmart the offers from HTX petrol CVT
Hope this helps
Visited the local Triumph dealership in Mumbai and found out that they have some attractive festive discounts on offer. They're currently offering a flat Rs 50,000 discount on the Street Twin, Bonneville T100, Bonneville T120 and Bonneville Speedmaster.
More benefits are available depending on the model. You can contact Shaman Triumph - 9619333033 for more details.
Hyundai is gearing up to launch the new-gen i20 in India soon. A new spy video shows the car completely undisguised.
Looks like the new i20 retains the same interior design language as the international-spec model. Taking centre stage on the dashboard is a large, 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system. There’s also a digital instrument display (the same unit as seen in the Verna facelift). What most will also be thrilled to know is that the range-topping 2020 Hyundai i20 Asta will also have a sunroof. Expect to see Hyundai’s BlueLink connected-car technology to feature as well.
You can head here for more info: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/2020-hyundai-i20-interior-spied-ahead-of-india-launch-418945
Looks like people have already started customising their Kia Sonet. This particular example gets an all-black makeover (courtesy Krithi Car Care in Bangalore) with 16-inch GTR Pro alloys, a satin black wrap, and all the chrome and brushed aluminium plastic trim has been painted gloss black. Total cost was Rs 1 lakh for the customisation.
What do you think of this?