You’re getting excellent value for money with the Kamiq. The entry grade 85 TSI with a manual gearbox lists for $26,990, while the 85 TSI with the dual-clutch automatic transmission is $27,990. For that you get 18-inch alloy wheels, privacy glass, silver roof rails, a digital instrument cluster, an 8-inch display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, wireless phone charger, dual-zone climate control, push-button start, proximity key, auto tailgate, a flat-bottomed steering wheel, eight-speaker stereo, reversing camera, and adaptive cruise control.
The 110 TSI Monte Carlo sits above the entry grade with a list price of $34,190. The Monte Carlo adds 18-inch back alloys, LED headlights, Monte Carlo sports seats, and a ‘blacked-out’ treatment to the mirrors, grille, rear lettering and rear diffuser. There’s also a panoramic glass roof, sports pedals, LED headlights – they’re adaptive – drive modes and sports suspension.
At the top of the range is the Limited Edition for a list price of $35,490. This scores all the equipment in the entry grade Kamiq but adds leather and Suedia seats, a 9.2-inch touch screen, wireless Apple CarPlay, sat nav, heated front and rear seats, a power driver’s seat, and auto parking