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Kia Seltos

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Rs. 10.89 - 20.36 Lakh (Showroom Price in Delhi)
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  • Ex-ShowroomRs. 10.89 Lakh
  • RTORs. 1.19 Lakh
  • InsuranceRs. 51,742
  • On-RoadRs. 12.61 Lakh
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Kia Seltos Specifications

Key Specifications Top Features
  • Engine 1482 - 1497 CC
  • Power 114.41bhp@4000rpm
  • Torque 250Nm@1500-2750rpm
  • Transmission Manual / Automatic
  • Drive Type 2WD
  • Mileage 17.9 - 20.7 Kmpl
  • Fuel Type Petrol / Diesel
  • Airbags Driver, Passenger and Side Front
  • Safety Rating 3 star
Specs & Features of Seltos

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How much will the Seltos cost me?

Prices for the Kia Seltos start from Rs 10.90 lakh (ex-showroom) for the base variant with a naturally-aspirated petrol engine coupled with a manual transmission, while the top end automatic variants go up to Rs 20.35 lakh.

How many variants does the Kia Seltos have?

Understanding the Kia Seltos’ variants can be a little difficult. It is available in three broad trims - Tech Line, GT Line and X-Line. All of these lines get different variants which add upto ten in total - HTE, HTK, HTK+, HTX, HTX+, GTX, GTX+ (S), GTX+, X-Line (S), and X-Line. And then, most of them have different powertrain options to choose from.

Which variant offers the best value for money?

If you are looking to get the most out of your money - the Kia Seltos HTX+ is the variant for you.

It offers a very very sensible balance of premium features and the comforts that you would expect for this price. Features like a panoramic sunroof, ventilated front seats, dual-zone AC, power-adjustable driver’s seat and the large touchscreen and instrument cluster make it look very premium. But, if you are keen on getting some more advanced safety features, you will have to extend to the GTX variant where you will get ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems) and a 360-degree view camera.

What kind of features does the Kia Seltos offer?

The Kia Seltos is the most feature rich SUV in its segment. On the outside, it features LED headlamps with very detailed LED daylight running lamps (DRLs), connected LED taillamps, LED fog lamps and 18 inch alloy wheels. Inside, the cabin gets a 10.25-inch driver’s display and another 10.25-inch infotainment screen. While wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are limited to the smaller touchscreen seen in the lower variants, you do get connected car technology, dual-zone climate control, wireless phone charging, ventilated front seats and ADAS. It also gets an electrically-adjustable driver’s seat and a head-up display, though these two are limited to the X-Line trim.

Is The Kia Seltos a spacious car?

Yes. The Kia Seltos can fit a family of five adults easily. Legroom and headroom for most passengers will not be an issue no matter where they are seated. The good thing is that even the 433 litres of boot space is ample for the family’s luggage for a weekend’s getaway. If you plan on shifting something larger - then the rear seats can be split 60:40 and folded.

What engines and transmissions does the Seltos offer?

In total - the Seltos is offered with a total of 7 powertrain options. And in between these options - there is something for every kind of requirement.

  • 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol: This engine is very refined and if you are looking to spend most of your time in city commutes and will only hit the highway occasionally, then this is the ideal choice. It comes with the option of a 6-speed manual transmission or a CVT automatic. Our choice is the CVT automatic.

  • 1.5-litre Turbo-Petrol: 160HP is more than enough power for anyone looking for thrills in the city. Even out on the highway, this engine feels responsive and fast. If you are a driving enthusiast, this is the engine option that will put a smile on your face. It is offered with the choice of a 6-speed iMT (manual without clutch pedal) and a 7-speed Dual-Clutch Transmission (DCT). Just keep in mind that it won’t be a most fuel-efficient option.

  • 1.5-litre Diesel: If you are looking for an all-rounder, then the diesel engine is the one you should pick. The engine has more than enough power for city and highway drives, and is one of the most refined diesel engines in the segment. Its balance of drivability, fuel efficiency and well priced variants makes it a pick for someone looking to drive the Seltos in all conditions. It is available with 6-speed manual or automatic transmissions, as well as a 6-speed iMT.

What Mileage Can I Expect From The Kia Seltos?

Claimed efficiency of the Seltos is impressive in all the powertrain options. However, real-world use cases can drop these by at least 5 kmpl.

  • 1.5-litre Naturally Aspirated Petrol: 17 kmpl (manual), 17.7 kmpl (CVT)

  • 1.5-litre Turbo-Petrol: 17.7 kmpl (iMT), 17.9 kmpl (DCT)

  • 1.5-litre Diesel: 20.7 kmpl (iMT), 19.1 kmpl (automatic)

Does The Kia Seltos Offer Enough Safety Features?

While the updated Seltos has not been crash tested by NCAP, the list of safety features it gets is quite extensive. The lower variants come with 6 airbags, ABS with EBD, Hill Start Assist, Vehicle Stability Control, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System and all wheel disc brakes. The higher variants go on to offer Level 2 ADAS which include features like adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking and blind spot detection among others). Keep in mind, the Kia Seltos’ previous outing in the 2020 GNCAP crash test was not so impressive with a 3-star safety rating.

What Colours Are The Seltos Available In?

The Seltos offers a good mix of sober and flashy colors to buyers and luckily - looks good on both types of shades. The eight monotone and dual tone colours are These include: Clear White, Glacier Pearl White, Glacier Pearl White with black roof, Aurora Black Pearl, Gravity Grey, Sparkling Silver, Intense Red, Intense Red with black roof, Imperial Blue, and Pewter Olive green. The X-Line variants further get the ‘Xlcusive Matte Graphite’ finish

We especially like:

Pewter Olive, if you like the SUV to look sober.

Intense Red, if you want a sportier look for your Seltos

Is The Kia Seltos Worth Buying?

The Seltos is an excellent family car. It offers a great balance of space, segment above features, safety features, performance and a very premium cabin. The only thing could be better is ride comfort. However, this balance comes at a steep price. The range starts from Rs 10.90 lakh and the variant with all the bells and whistles is priced at Rs 20.35 lakh (ex-showroom). If you aren’t looking for the most feature-loaded offering in the segment, you can consider some of the competition like Toyota Hyryder and Maruti Grand Vitara come with a strong hybrid option, which offer much better fuel efficiency.

What Options Can I Consider Besides The Seltos?

The Kia Seltos has a lot of rivals in the segment. It competes against the likes of Hyundai Creta, Maruti Grand Vitara, Volkswagen Taigun, Skoda Kushaq, MG Astor, and the Toyota Hyryder. However, at this price, you can get lower variants of larger SUVs like Tata Harrier, MG Hector and Mahindra XUV700.

Kia Seltos Variants and Price

Kia Seltos base model price starts at Rs. 10.89 Lakh while the top model is priced at Rs. 20.36 Lakh. Seltos diesel models price starts from Rs. 12.40 Lakh whereas price of Seltos automatic in diesel starts from Rs. 16.91 Lakh . Moreover the Seltos automatic models in petrol starts at Rs. 15.41 Lakh onwards.
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Seltos HTE
1497 cc . Petrol . Manual
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1493 cc . Diesel . Manual
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Kia Seltos Pros and Cons

Seltos Advantages

Still a very good looking Crossover, new DRLs and connected taillamps look fab. 18-inch alloys now in both X-line and GTX+ variants, ADAS 2.0, panoramic sunroof and dual zone climate control. New more powerful turbo petrol. Plenty of drivetrain options including a diesel engine.

Seltos Disadvantages

Prices will go up. Some could feel that the visual changes are not enough.

Seltos Expert's Conclusion

Remains a solid well rounded option in a very competitive segment. The added tech package, visual and feature updates only improve its appeal. If Kia price it right it could continue to be a hit for the Korean brand.

Kia Seltos Expert Review

Recommending a Kia Seltos has always been accompanied with a little hesitation. The reason? Two words: Three Stars. Practically everything else about the Seltos seemed spot on.

Kia Seltos FL

With the facelift, Kia claims to have made the SUV safer with “reinforcements” to the structure. How much it actually manages to score in the new, stricter crash test remains to be seen. 

But now with that out of the way, I have two words to describe the Seltos: complete allrounder. 

Exteriors

It’s like the design brief was simple: the Seltos’ design works, so don’t ruin it. Updates are not exactly subtle so there’s no way you’re mistaking this for the old one. 

The front doesn’t look as flat any more, with a rounder and larger grille. The daytime running lamps on the grille are placed lower now, and they run straight into the redesigned full-LED headlights and down into the indicators that are now dynamic. Over to the rear — the boot lid now flaunts curves and the connected tail lamps help accentuate the width of the car. Connected tail lamps have almost ‘digital’ graphics. Quite futuristic, and likeable!

What I also like is the better differentiation between the Tech Line and the GT Line. The GT gets different bumpers both at the front and the rear, larger 18-inch wheels (as opposed to 17-inch units) and a functional dual exhaust setup as well. 

There’s a new ‘Pewter Olive’ shade for you to pick. And If you want something that’s Batman-approved, pick the X-Line that’s finished in a delicious matte graphite shade.  

Also Check Out: 2023 Kia Seltos HTX+: All Details You Need To Know About The Top-end Tech Line Trim In 10 Images

Interiors

Kia has chosen to not mess with the Seltos’ interior too much. Right off the bat, the new colour themes stand out. The Sage Green for the X-Line, all black for the GT line, and Tan-Black for the top-spec Tech Line. 

Quality continues to be a highlight, but it’s no different than what it used to be. There’s  leatherette on the dash, and on the door pads: both front and rear. The dashboard’s design looks similar, but it’s not the same. 

Changes to the dashboard design are subtle, but noticeable. The 10.25-inch touchscreen is unchanged, but it doesn’t have a massive bezel surrounding it. The ‘feather-touch’ hot keys underneath the screen have been removed entirely. The screen now sits lower on the dashboard. The central AC vents are slimmer too. 

As a result, your view from the driver’s seat is substantially different. The dash appears lower and you get a clearer view of the bonnet. If this is your first big-ish car, this will give you that little extra dose of confidence.  

The touchscreen curves into another 10.25-inch display that functions as the instrument cluster. This screen has great graphics, is super clear and gets four themes that can be linked to the drive modes. 

Also new is the slab of 22 buttons and two knobs, placed under the air vents. The bulk of these buttons are for the new dual-zone climate control feature. The rest are physical (finally!) buttons for the infotainment. 

The Seltos was always a loaded car, and the list is way too long, so here’s the highlight reel: 

Powered Driver’s Seat

360° Camera

Front Seat Ventilation

8-Speaker Bose Audio System

Auto Headlight And Wipers

Wireless Charger

Air Purifier

Auto-dimming IRVM

The heads-up display was earlier available on the GT Line, but is now exclusive to the X Line. 

Smaller but significant updates include auto up/down function for all power windows, a backlit power window console and a limiter function for the cruise control. At the rear, the chargers are now Type-C and support fast charging, and there’s white LED reading lamps too. Other than that, nothing new for the rear occupants — sunblinds, AC vents, armrest, the usual.

As a package, there’s no real miss here. However, wireless Android Auto/Apple CarPlay for the 10.25-inch screen (it’s available on the lower variants that get a smaller 8-inch screen), and memory function for the powered driver’s seat would’ve been nice to have. 

Space for the rear occupants remains unchanged. That’s to say it’s not extraordinary, but you will be comfortable. A six-footer should be comfortable behind another. There’s enough kneeroom and footroom even with the front seat pushed all the way down. Complaints? Well, the seat back continues to be flat-ish, which leaves you wanting for a little more back support on longer drives. The seat squab is short too, taking away crucial underthigh support. Also, the Seltos’ cabin is best suited to four adults and a child. Five adults will feel like a squeeze, especially if they’re generously proportioned. That said, the cabin experience in the facelifted model is elevated significantly by the panoramic sunroof. It lets in so much light that it makes the cabin feel larger than it actually is. 

Boot space also remains unchanged at 433 litres. It’s the largest on paper, but in terms of real-world usage the VW-Skoda twins will pack in more luggage. Rear seats get a 60:40 split or you can fold them away altogether for more luggage space. 

Also Read: In Depth: Facelifted Kia Seltos And Its Variant-wise Features

Engines & Performance

Kia continues to offer three engine options with the Seltos. There’s the tried-and-tested 1.5-litre petrol (available with a manual and a CVT), a 1.5-litre diesel (iMT or 6-speed auto) and the updated 1.5-litre turbo-petrol (iMT or 7DCT). Each one serves a specific purpose. 

Based on previous experience, the 1.5-litre petrol is a gem of an engine. Smooth, relaxed, refined and perfect for a calm cruise. With light and easy controls, it’s the one to pick if you intend to drive mostly in the city with an occasional weekend trip. Pick the CVT if budget permits. Rather odd that the CVT is available only in one variant.

Odd-er still, is that the diesel and turbo-petrol motors don’t get a manual at all. A clutch-less iMT is your only option if you want to ‘shift’ gears yourself. This setup isn’t crude, and it functions as intended. It does manage to take the stress out of driving in bumper-to-bumper traffic. What might make you reconsider is that the price jump to an actual, proper automatic isn’t a huge pinch on the pocket. 

The Seltos is one of two options in the segment that let you choose a diesel motor. It should be your pick if you want a workhorse to munch the highway miles down calmly. There are three highlights to the experience: refinement, torque and efficiency. We sampled the 6-speed automatic which felt adequately responsive in every scenario. Do remember that the diesels now have an AdBlue tank — something you will have to refill every few thousand kilometres. 

If it’s excitement you’re chasing — there’s only way out. Pick the 1.5-litre turbo petrol. It’s by far the most entertaining option with quick acceleration and a fast-shifting DCT. Kia claims it’s quicker to 100kmph by nearly a second, and in-gear acceleration is stronger too. On first impressions, we have no reason to doubt that claim. It will serve up giggles every time you ask. Be sure to keep an eye on the fuel efficiency readout though. Driven hard, expect to see single-digit numbers. 

Ride & Handling

When the Seltos first came out, the ride was a little too stiff. Along the way, Kia made little tweaks to the setup, making the ride a lot more bearable. With the update, Kia claims it’s stiffer on the front, and a little softer at the rear. 

This setup feels like something that works in most situations. The ride is easy on the back on smooth roads, and save for a little rocking movement on really broken roads, it’s comfortable there too. You’d like that the suspension settles quickly. There’s confidence at triple-digit speeds, and quick lane changes don’t faze it either. 

Safety

The Seltos doesn’t seem to have a proverbial ‘fatal flaw’. That’s right until the ghost of a crash test rears its ugly head. An average three-star rating isn’t something you can put marketing spiel on to cover up. With this one, there’s a little hope. While we won’t vouch for this to be safer before crash test results are announced, Kia is trying to calm nerves by telling us the structure has been reinforced and it ‘should’ perform better in a test. 

They’re also attempting to reassure by providing a whole laundry list of safety features as standard. This includes electronic stability control, hill-start assist, tyre pressure monitoring system, all wheel disc brakes along with the basics of six airbags and ABS. 

The top-spec trim now gets Level 2 ADAS, which means there’s adaptive cruise control, blind spot warning, lane keep assist, and auto emergency braking, all of which work as intended. Again, this should go a long way in preventing a crash. Should the unfortunate happen, I really hope Kia has a solid crash test rating to fall back on. 

Verdict

The Seltos facelift isn’t a monumental change. It’s a demonstration how incremental changes put together make a sizeable difference. You wouldn’t complain of quality, comfort, space or choice of engines even. With this update, it’s making SUVs a segment or two above pale in terms of features. It’s quite easy to sum up the new Seltos then. Two words: the benchmark. 

And provided Kia gets a good safety rating in, I’ll add two more without hesitation: Buy it. 

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Shyam's Seltos gives mileage of 21 kmpl
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Harsh
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Driving experience

It's driving experience is just wow because it feels a lot different from creta.The car is very satisfying as a suv for middle class, An power efficienct engine, Comfortable seats, Good looking dash boards, Aesthetic interiors.The best thing is after all this things it even has a good mileage.

Harsh's Seltos gives mileage of 17 kmpl
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Mounesh
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Own seltos petrol.As per

Own seltos petrol.As per my opinion seltos is the best badass in suv segment i purchase seltos in 2021 and till now i have no issues in my car, Mileage is reached 20 if you driven car in softing way your car on highway, Otherwise in city 10-11km/litre, Build quality has little issue, Body is not as expected otherwise although i have never touched my car in 3 years, My car have one hand always so driven is very soft and no issue.At last i say this is must buying car if you compromise with bulid quality.And driven softly, Otherwise you enjoy very much.Lovely car 🚗❣️.

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Musthaq
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Very good car driving in

Very good car driving in high way the power is less

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Engine
1482 - 1497 CC
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Diesel / Petrol
Petrol / Diesel Petrol / Diesel Petrol Petrol / CNG Petrol / CNG Petrol / Diesel Petrol Diesel / Petrol
Transmission
Automatic / Manual
Manual / Automatic Automatic / Manual Manual / Automatic Automatic / Manual Manual / Automatic Manual / Automatic Automatic / Manual Automatic / Manual
Mileage
17.9 - 20.7 Kmpl
17.4 - 21.8 Kmpl - 15.31 - 16.92 Kmpl 19.38 Kmpl - 26.6 Km/Kg 19.39 Kmpl - 26.6 Km/Kg 17.96 - 20.1 Kmpl 18.6 - 19.76 Kmpl 17.9 - 21 Kmpl
Power
113.42bhp@6300rpm
114bhp@4000rpm 114bhp@4000rpm 119.35bhp@6600rpm 91.18bhp@5500rpm 91.18bhp@5500rpm 115.05bhp@3750rpm 114bhp@5000-5500rpm 157.81bhp@5500rpm
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Kia Seltos Colours

Kia Seltos car is available in 19 exciting colours options like Pewter Olive, Pewter Olive, Xclusive Matte Graphite, Xclusive Matte Graphite, Intense Red With Aurora Black Pearl, Intense Red With Aurora Black Pearl, Glacier White Pearl With Aurora Black Pearl, Glacier White Pearl With Aurora Black Pearl, Intense Red, Intense Red, Glacier White Pearl, Glacier White Pearl, Gravity Gray, Aurora Black Pearl, Aurora Black Pearl, Sparkling Silver, Sparkling Silver, Imperial Blue and Imperial Blue.
  • Pewter Olive
  • Pewter Olive
  • Xclusive Matte Graphite
  • Xclusive Matte Graphite
  • Intense Red With Aurora Black Pearl
  • Intense Red With Aurora Black Pearl
  • Glacier White Pearl With Aurora Black Pearl
  • Glacier White Pearl With Aurora Black Pearl
  • Intense Red
  • Intense Red
  • Glacier White Pearl
  • Glacier White Pearl
  • Gravity Gray
  • Aurora Black Pearl
  • Aurora Black Pearl
  • Sparkling Silver
  • Sparkling Silver
  • Imperial Blue
  • Imperial Blue

Kia Seltos Mileage

The mileage of Kia Seltos starts from 17.7 Kmpl to 20.7 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Seltos Petrol Manual is 17.7 Kmpl and for the Seltos Diesel Manual is 20.7 Kmpl. In Automatic the claimed ARAI mileage of Seltos Petrol is 17.9 Kmpl and for the Seltos Diesel Automatic is 20.7 Kmpl.

Questions & Answers on Seltos

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Q. How many variants are available?
  • The Kia Seltos is available in 22 variants.
Q. What are the engine specifications of the Kia Seltos?
  • The facelifted Kia Seltos is powered by the current model’s 116PS/144Nm 1.5-litre petrol and 115PS/250Nm 1.5-litre diesel engines. Transmission options include a 6-speed manual and CVT for the 1.5-litre petrol, while a 6-speed AT torque converter and iMT is offered for the 1.5-litre diesel unit. A new 160PS/230Nm 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine is also offered and can be paired to either a 6-speed iMT or a 7-speed DCT. The NA petrol engine returns a claimed 17kmpl with the manual and 17.7kmpl with the CVT unit. Kia claims that the turbo-petrol unit has a fuel efficiency of 17.7kmpl with the iMT and 17.9kmpl with the DCT. As for the diesel engine, Kia claims 20.7kmpl with the iMT and 19.1kmpl with the automatic transmission.
Q. Is it available?
  • For the availability, we would suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealer in your city as it depends on their stock book. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
Q. Will this car have panoramic sunroof?
  • Yes, Kia Seltos features panoramic sunroof.

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Kia Seltos FAQs

What is the price of top model of Kia Seltos?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Kia Seltos is 20.36 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the EMI of Kia Seltos in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Kia Seltos in Delhi is Rs. 21,084 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Kia Seltos?

The top 3 competitors of Kia Seltos are Hyundai Creta, Kia Sonet and Maruti Grand Vitara.

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