The ADAS is very intrusive in the city but on the highway it shines. The adaptive cruise control works better than most European vehicles I have driven here in India.
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One month in and 3000 KM of pure neck snapping acceleration and head turning road presence.
I took delivery about a month ago and have been on 2 long trips, the first one to Konkan and the second one to Mumbai and back.
I call the second one long as it was a day trip and also a no charge trip to get me out of my range anxiety made it back home with 5% to spare.
Week one was normal driving between home and work within the town.
Week two was a few drives to Lonavala and Pune and a extended weekend trip to Konkan ( Pune -Karad- Ganpatipule- Wai- Mahabaleshwar)
Week three was a Mumbai return and a Pune return.
Week four was local driving and having a puncture /cut on the front right tyre side. I had to use the tyre mobility kit that came with the car( need to find a replacement tyre).
She handles great in the ghats.
The ADAS is very intrusive in the city but on the highway it shines. Keeps the vehicle in the centre of the lane and warns about cars coming into the blind spots. But it also nudges you back into the lane if you try to switch a lane without indicating ( my driver hates this and all the other warnings).
The adaptive cruise control works better than most European vehicles I have driven here in India.
Have become a big fan of the tyre mobility kit and how it works. Not a fan of not being able to find a OEM supplied tyre not being available in India.
Keyword: My Kia EV6: Observations after a month, 2 long road trips & 3000 km