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Kia Seltos Latest Updates

Kia has launched the 2021 Seltos at Rs 9.95 lakh (ex-showroom) in the country. It features the brand's revised logo, improved features, and a new iMT clutch pedal-less gearbox for the 1.5-litre petrol engine. Kia has also discontinued the limited-run Anniversary Edition and HTX+ (diesel-AT), while the base-spec GTX has been replaced by a new base-spec GTX(O).

The 2021 Kia Seltos is now priced between Rs 9.95 lakh and Rs 17.65 lakh (ex-showroom). It takes on the Hyundai Creta, Tata Harrier, Mahindra XUV500, Skoda Kushaq, and VW Taigun.

Kia Seltos Price

The price of Kia Seltos starts at Rs. 9.95 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 17.65 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Seltos ranges between Rs. 9.95 Lakh to Rs. 17.44 Lakh. The prices of Seltos diesel variants start at Rs. 10.45 Lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 17.65 Lakh. Kia Seltos is available in 16 variants and 12 different colours.

Seltos Specifications

Kia has provided the 2021 Seltos with three powertrains: a 115PS/144Nm 1.5-litre petrol, 140PS/242Nm 1.4-litre turbo-petrol, and a 115PS/250Nm 1.5-litre diesel unit. All engines come mated with a standard 6-speed manual gearbox. Other transmission options include a new 6-speed iMT and a CVT (for the NA petrol), a 7-speed DCT (for the turbo-petrol) and a 6-speed automatic (for the diesel engine).

Kia Seltos Variants

The 2021 Kia Seltos is available in two trims: HT Line and GT Line. The former is available in five variants: HTE, HTK, HTK+, HTX, and HTX+. The mid-spec HTK+ now gets an iMT option with the 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine.

The GT Line is available in two variants: GTX+ and the new GTX(O). The Anniversary Edition, HTX+ (diesel-AT, and GTX have now been discontinued.

Seltos Features

The 2021 Seltos features a 10.25-inch infotainment system, a 8-speaker Bose sound system, a head-up display, sunroof, automatic climate control, wireless phone charging, and remote engine start/stop. Passenger safety is secured by six airbags, ABS with EBD, Electronic Stability Control (ESC), brake assist, hill start assist, and a 360-degree camera (with front and rear parking sensors).

Kia Seltos Competitors

Kia Seltos locks horns with the Hyundai Creta, Tata Harrier, Mahindra XUV500, Skoda Kushaq, and VW Taigun.

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Seltos HTE G
16.8 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 9.95 Lakh
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Seltos HTE D
20.8 Kmpl | Diesel | Manual
Rs. 10.45 Lakh
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Seltos HTK G
16.8 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 10.74 Lakh
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Editor's View of Kia Seltos

  • Upside

    Looks stylish, Feels premium inside, Bose speaker system is delightful, First-in-segment features, Plethora of engine-transmission options, Killer pricing.

  • Downside

    Rear under-thigh support could be better, Manual transmission gearshifts could be better, ride quality on the stiff side.

  • Our Verdict

    The Seltos impressed us So much that all we could complain about was a lack of under thigh support and the rather stiff ride quality. There are even choices galore in terms of variants, trim and equipment levels. And more than anything its pricing makes it one of the hottest picks in the segment.


Seltos Detailed Review

When it comes to humans or even car brands, the first impression is of utmost importance - so important that it can either make or break your image. And this is exactly why the Seltos is so important for the fate of Kia in India. The main rivals of the Seltos are the MG Hector, the Tata Harrier and the Hyundai Creta. All these three cars have their own set of strengths: The Hector is all about tech and features, the Tata harrier has design and rugged appeal and lastly, the Creta is a safe buy. The Seltos, on the other hand, promises to be a combination of all three with an added sprinkle of premium appeal. If Kia has managed to hit that sweet spot, then its rivals have a lot to worry about.

Styled right

The Seltos might not have the hulking presence of the Tata Harrier but Kia has done a good job of making it look imposing enough. The face of the Seltos is dominated by LEDs - be it the headlamps, the fog lamps or even the indicators. One of the highlights is the daytime running lamps on the top edge of the headlamps - these extend almost all the way to the centre of the grille, which makes the Seltos appear wider than it is. The signature tiger-nose Kia grille is tastefully finished too, as the hexagonal mesh and the knurled finish on the chrome strip looks top-notch.

In profile, the flared wheel arches, the sloping roofline and the strong shoulder line help it look like a proper SUV. In our opinion, the Seltos' best angle is the rear. The combination of the bulging boot lid, the chrome strip that runs across, strong haunches and the wraparound LED tail lamps makes the car look athletic yet elegant.

With the GT Line, you get some cosmetic differences which make the Seltos look cooler. The 17-inch alloy wheels have a sharper design, you get cool red-painted brake callipers and there are red accents added to the chin, doors plastic cladding and the rear skid plate. You also get a GT Line logo on the grille and the boot lid.

Premium inside

The interior of the Kia Seltos impresses, just like its exterior. Sure, the design isn’t original: the upper rectangular section that houses the 10.25-inch infotainment system and the instrumentation is inspired from the Mercedes-Benz E-class, while the air-con vents and the automatic climate control area reminds you of Audis. But when you put it all together, the dash design looks modern and elegant.

Both the GT Line and Tech Line feature beige/black and all-black upholstery. While the lower variants of the Tech Line variants get black fabric seats, the top HT X Plus variant comes with beige leather upholstery. The GT Line, on the other hand, will have the option of black leather seats with contrasting red stitching or dual-tone black and beige leather upholstery. The pattern of the leather upholstery too differs in the Tech and GT line. Another nice touch is the dual-tone carpets with the triangular pattern which adds to the overall ambience.

In terms of quality, the Seltos misses out on soft-touch plastics but the graining is well executed. Elements like the metal finish on the steering wheel-mounted controls and the gear lever look top-notch. Even the leather-wrapped panel on the dashboard adds to the upmarket feeling.

The powered driver seat of the Seltos is well contoured with good lateral support that helps the driver stay in place. The front passenger seat, surprisingly, offers low under-thigh support as it is placed too low, with no height adjustment on offer, and this could be a sticking point for many potential buyers. As soon as you get in the back seat, you realize that the knee-room on offer isn’t as much as the Tata Harrier or the MG Hector. In isolation, though, it has more than enough space and two six-footers can sit one behind the other without any problems.

The cabin is wide enough for three passengers at the back too, and you also get adjustable headrest for the middle passenger. We wish Kia had also given the middle passenger a three-point seatbelt rather than a lap belt. Under-thigh support for the rear passengers, though, isn’t great as tall passengers will find the bench to be placed a bit low. But other than that, you also get nice elements like sunblinds, rear air-con vents and adjustable backrest which makes the Seltos’s rear seat a soothing place to spend time in.

The Seltos has an abundance of storage spaces inside. Even the boot, at 433 litres, is large enough but the lip is quite high, which makes loading heavy bags a chore. The 60:40 split folding rear seats fold flat, which adds to its practicality quotient.

The Kia Seltos will be offered in a total of 16 variants! How? It has three engine and six transmission options put in along with the long list of variants and the two trim levels. All the engine options are BS6-compliant, though Kia assures us they'll work fine with BS4 fuel and they have tested all these engines for over one lakh km to back that claim.

The complete variant and feature list will only be revealed at launch on August 22nd. But the top variants that we had on the drive were very well loaded. The diesel Tech Line variant gets UVO connected car tech that is similar to the Bluelink in the Hyundai Venue, a 10.25-inch touchscreen system, air purifier with perfume diffuser, ambient lighting which syncs with the music you play to create a party atmosphere, electric sunroof, ventilated front seats, 8-speaker Bose sound system, front parking sensors and dual front airbags. The GT-line, on the other hand, adds curtain airbags, 8.0-inch heads-up display and a 360-degree camera with blind-view monitor. ESP and drive modes are limited to the GT Line petrol DCT variant.

Petrol fun

If you want a Seltos with lively performance, you should go for the 1.4GDi petrol manual variant. The 140PS turbo petrol has loads of grunt and it pulls well even from low speeds with ease. It has a wide powerband where it feels strong from as low as 1500rpm, all the way to its almost-7000rpm redline. The combination of the free-revving nature, strong pull and smoothness results in performance that is addictive. Even when you tone it all down, this turbocharged engine feels at home at low speeds. It doesn’t judder and pulls cleanly even in a high gear at low engine speeds. So be it city driving, highway cruising or when you are in the mood to have fun, this engine fits the bill.

Obviously, the most popular gearbox option with this engine will be the 7-speed dual-clutch automatic. The gearbox works well for the most part as it backs the engine's spirited performance with quick gearshifts. It shifts smoothly and is also quick to react in change of accelerator position by downshifting rapidly to give a speedy burst of performance. But it's at low speeds that this gearbox struggles a bit. Throttle response is a bit too sharp as the Seltos lunges forward, which takes some time getting use to. This also results in the driver constantly juggling between the brake and the accelerator pedals in stop and go traffic. The gearbox at low speeds also tends to get confused as it keeps changing gear ratios constantly when not necessary. This problem is somewhat solved thanks to the three driving modes the petrol automatic comes equipped with. In Eco mode the acceleration is a lot more relaxed and progress is much smoother. In Normal and Sport mode there isn’t a significant difference, except in Sport mode you are always in a lower gear at a higher engine speed for quick acceleration.

Kia claims that the Seltos with this engine will reach 100kmph in a brisk 9.7 seconds, which going by our stint behind the wheel is completely believable. Even the claimed efficiency figures of 16.5kmpl for the 7-speed DCT and 16.1kmpl for the 6-speed MT are impressive. But going by experience with turbo petrol engines, expect a massive drop in efficiency figures if you are going to be heavy footed.

Soothing diesel

If you want a smooth automatic then you should go for the diesel, because the torque converter transmission that it comes paired with is smooth and gear shifts are jerk-free. This doesn’t mean it has slow shifts or isn’t responsive enough. When in need it downshifts quickly to help you while overtaking, and even upshifts are fairly brisk. The engine also must be given credit for this as it complements the gearbox perfectly. It is powered by a 1.5-litre diesel engine that puts out 115PS of power and 250Nm of torque. The power delivery from this engine is creamy smooth, and it is free-revving too as it spins to its 5000rpm redline with ease. The engine does get a bit noisy post 3500rpm but because this motor feels strong from as low as 1400rpm you rarely end up working it hard.

This motor's flexible nature can be experienced in the manual gearbox variant too. Despite having tall gearing, especially in the first three gears, even at low speeds you don’t have to shift constantly, even when in a high gear. The gear shifts too are slick, and the light clutch ensures that your left foot doesn’t feel sore even in stop-start traffic.

The claimed 0-100kmph figure for the diesel Seltos is 11.5 seconds, which is at par with the competition, despite having a smaller capacity engine. The claimed efficiency figures of 18kmpl for the 6-speed automatic and 21kmpl for the 6-speed MT is better that the Hyundai Creta’s ARAI figures.

Sorted dynamics

Apart from the strong engines, the Seltos also has a pliant ride quality. At low speeds, you do hear the suspension working, especially over sharp bumps, but you don’t get thrown around or feel uncomfortable. As the speed rises the ride gets flatter, with well controlled body movements which makes the Seltos a good long-distance cruiser.

The rainy conditions weren’t the most ideal to push the car hard into corners. But on first impressions the Seltos doesn’t feel sporty, and the steering especially feels a bit vague. Even when we drove the petrol automatic with drive modes that altered the steering weight it didn’t feel much better. In Sport mode it just added weight without adding anything in terms of feedback. In fact in Normal mode the steering felt more natural and here we feel Kia should have also given an individual mode, to adjust the engine, gearbox and the steering weight separately.

Summing it up

After spending the whole day with the Kia Seltos, clearly it has a great mix of style, tech, quality and comfort. When you add the various engine and gearbox options, the trim levels, plus the variants, there is a Kia Seltos for everyone. In terms of shortcomings, the rear seat could have done with a bit more support and the petrol automatic could have been a bit smoother, but other than that the Seltos is hard to fault.

The Kia Seltos prices ranges from Rs 9.69 lakh to Rs 15.99 lakh, which seriously undercuts the competition and is also very close to it's cousin the Hyundai Creta. For all the detailed prices of the many variants and the two different trim levels click here.

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Seltos

Q. How much yearly insurance costs?
  • For this, we would suggest you to exchange a word with the authorized dealership in your respective city as they will assist you better with this concern. You can find the dealer details here.
Q. Features of new Seltos 2021 HTX petrol variant ??
Q. How is Seltos's suspension?
  • At high speeds and on broken roads the Seltos feels like a healthy combination of car and SUV. It takes the harshness out of potholes and bumps with ease and yet it feels very composed and confident at higher speeds. The all-wheel disc-brakes on higher variants give it added confidence. While the Seltos isn’t meant for off-roading, Kia provides terrain modes on the petrol automatic which help it adapt to slush, mud, and rocky terrain. For a better understanding of comfort and performance, we'd suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for dealership.
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Q. Which is the best variant to buy in Kia Seltos?
  • Value for money buys1) basic variants HTE, both petrol & Diesel.2) mid variants HTK plus both petrol & Diesel.3) top variants HTX both petrol & Diesel.4) The top most variants HTX plus & GTX plus, both petrol & Diesel are the best, but not value for money.
  • Agreed all are in one or another single value for money even the highest model don't cross luxury limit to pay the tax for it watch out for long term review luster gone in many Chinese parts and the Corona the future of Kia???
  • N both GT-line and HT-line, we'd recommend opting for the X variant as both HTX and GTX justifies the incremental value and could be a value for money option.
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Q. What is the difference between 1.5 petrol and 1.4 turbocharged petrol engine of Kia Seltos?
  • If you are passionate about the power and thrill while driving a car then you should go for petrol 1.4 Ltr petrol which has Turbo changer which boosts the engine power when you need to throttle. But If, punchy engine is not your prime requirement then go for 1.5 Ltr petrol engine. Also pls note that the service cost of 1.4 ltr will be slightly more than 1.5 ltr engine due to turbo charger installed in it.
  • As you know dct is dual clutch tx this enables extremly fast changing of gears. its a gdi ie exremely rich fuel mixture (because of turbo ) sprayed into the cumbustion chamber, there is no input manifold this enables better performance. gdi also have their draw back. over all its fun also in a sober mode driving its a king. some have clocked 15 to 17 average on high way of course.
  • If you want the car to pull you back while extreme acceleration then you should go for 1.4 petrol turbo.1.5 petrol has a better mileage but you will not get that punch. I have personally bought 1.4 petrol Dct, it gives me abt 8-9kmpl in city but give me a thrill to drive.
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Q. Which is better Kia Seltos petrol or diesel?
  • 1) Diesel will have slightly more maintenance costs than petrol version, however this is offset by distance travelled over 15,000 km per year, AC usage, full load of passengers looking, luggage etc.2) However maintenance & servicing of DCT is expensive, because of the Nature of the components, high cost of spares, replacement, consumables of the DCT.3) Further DCT is a premium version & Naturally servicing & spares will be substantially higher, when compared to other versions.4) DCT variant is for premium segment, those who are willing to spend money for luxury, sporty feel, high power output. Those looking for economy should avoid DCT & gofor petrol or diesel. Also kia makes maximum margin on the DCT variant. 5) That said, I emphasize that DCT variant servicing & maintenance will be substantially higher, but it will not cost a bomb, like Audi, Skoda, Mercedes etc so test drive a DCT & if you love it, go for it, without regrets.
  • 1) if you drive more than 15, 000 to 20,000 km per year go for the diesel.2) if your driving kilometers is less than 15000 per year go for the petrol.3) if you are addicted to the torque of diesel, get the diesel variant, irrespective of annual kilometers covered.4) if you are a connoisseur, to get maximum pleasure of driving & not bothered about the mileage or maintenance costs, go for the DCT ( 7 speed Dual clutch transmission) in Turbo petrol.Special Remarks, Assimilate the art of driving a DCT from Google ( Theory) & grasp the gist of it, before you test drive a DCT.
  • @ balakrishnan | 1) if you drive more than 15, 000 to 20,000 km per year go for the diesel.2) if your driving kilometers is less than 15000 per year go for the petrol.3) if you are addicted to the torque of diesel, get the diesel variant, irrespective of annual kilometers covered.4) if you are a connoisseur, to get maximum pleasure of driving & not bothered about the mileage or maintenance costs, go for the DCT ( 7 speed Dual clutch transmission) in Turbo petrol.Special Remarks, Assimilate the art of driving a DCT from Google ( Theory) & grasp the gist of it, before you test drive a DCT.
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Kia Seltos Mileage

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
Diesel Automatic 17.8 Kmpl 15 Kmpl
Diesel Manual 20.8 Kmpl 20 Kmpl
Petrol Automatic 16.8 Kmpl 16 Kmpl
Petrol Manual 16.8 Kmpl 15 Kmpl

Seltos User Reviews

4.4 /5
1484 reviews
  • Mileage
    4.1/5
  • Comfort
    4.5/5
  • Performance
    4.5/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    4.1/5
  • Safety
    4.4/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.6/5

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  • 5.0

    Fun-to-drive kia seltos gtx plus 7 dct dual tone awesome car.Good performance.--------------------.

  • 4.0

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  • 4.7

    love my seltos... acceleration ❤️❤️

  • 5.0

    Overall perfamence mileage maintance safety all perfamance car best car family car best mileage ets.

  • 5.0

    I have new kia seltos 2021 7dct all good.Good car to busy now a days.Driving so good.Its good family car kia seltos best choice i feel.

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  • 5.0

    I brought seltos htx one week back.This is my 6 th car following innova crysta,xuv500,duster,Honda city and1dzire.I can safely say that this is best overall car in this price range at present. Seltos is near perfect vehicle by many angles. It's design is fantastic,looks are fantastic,features are fantastic, refinement is excellent,NVH levels are superb,ride quality is superb and easily comparable to my innova crysta, diesel manual mileage is excellent,seat comfort is superb.Back seat of this vehicle occupies 3 people comfortably. Boot space has enough space for luggage of five people for a short trip.I drove this vehicle on really ugly Bhokar-Nanded road of maharashtra(bad is very mild word for this road at present,i think) ,and I can assure you that ,this vehicle has one of the best ride quality which can be easily comparable to my innova crysta in terms of ride quality. Seltos is breeze to drive.I drove petrol GT line also for short distance,and it is also a great variant to own.You can go for either variants as per your needs and choice.Both variants are great. Diesel is giving me 17 kmpl overall at present for 60% highway and 40% city drive with AC 100% on. I hope,Mileage will definitely increase after second service(oil change) to 19 Kmpl overall. Smart air purifier with perfume diffuser is a added advantage.AC is powerful and works fantastically.In my opinion,At present,there is no competitor for seltos,when it comes to overall package. So friends,who are in two minds,JUST GO FOR THIS VEHICLE BLINDLY. YOU CAN PURCHASE ANY VARIANT DEPENDING UPON YOUR NEEDS,AND I CAN ASSURE YOU THAT,MOST OF YOU WILL BE VERY PLEASED TO OWN THIS VEHICLE.

  • 5.0

    I brought seltos htx one week back.This is my 6 th car following innova crysta,xuv500,duster,Honda city and dzire.I can safely say that this is best overall car in this price range at present.Seltos is near perfect vehicle by many angles. It"s design is fantastic,looks are fantastic,features are fantastic, refinement is excellent,NVH levels are superb,ride quality is superb and easily comparable to my innova crysta,diesel manual mileage is excellent,seat comfort is superb.Back seat of this vehicle occupies 3 people comfortably.Boot space has enough space for luggage of five people for a short trip.I drove this vehicle on really ugly Bhokar-Nanded road of maharashtra(bad is very mild word for this road at present,i think) ,and I can assure you that ,this vehicle has one of the best ride quality which can be easily comparable to my innova crysta in terms of ride quality.Seltos is breeze to drive.I drove petrol GT line also for short distance,and it is also a great varrient to own.You can go for either varrients as per your needs and choice.Both varrients are great.Diesel is giving me 17 kmpl overall at present for 60% highway and 40% city drive with AC 100% on. I hope,Mileage will definitely increase after second service(oil change) to 19 Kmpl overall.Smart air purifier with perfume diffuser is a added advantage.AC is powerful and works fantastically.In my opinion,At present,there is no competitor for seltos,when it comes to overall package.So friends,who are in two minds,JUST GO FOR THIS VEHICLE BLINDLY.YOU CAN PURCHASE ANY VARRIENT DEPENDING UPON YOUR NEEDS,AND I CAN ASSURE YOU THAT,MOST OF YOU WILL BE VERY PLEASED TO OWN THIS VEHICLE.

  • 4.0

    a good car in terms of feature spec. Spacious cabin. Drive quality is good but not the best. Hyundai Creta provides better drive quality. Features like the 360 Degree camera, air purifier, AC vented seats are pretty nicely implemented. Great fan of the 360 camera. Have been using this feature in narrow lanes. Although the petrol engine is not noisy but you can still hear bit of noise (Not like the Hyundai where the cabin noise is almost zero). In slow speed the vehicles is not that smooth but the moment we cross 30 KM, its pretty smooth. Eco mode makes you feel that the car doesn't have much power.Normal is good overall. Sports has a great power punch but noisy. I prefer normal mode in most of the time.UVO app works fine only when the car eSIM (Vodafone) is under good network coverage. DCT transmission temperature is a serious problem (at least for Bangalore). in bumper to bumper traffic it keeps on getting heated and an alert keeps on coming in the cluster to stop the car. Not sure if this problem will be fixed. But with this we can not drive in Bangalore during peek hours. So far i liked my car until the transmission issue appeared. Now it looks I can not drive it regularly in Bangalore traffic.

  • 4.0

    If you are really looking for the rivals of Kia Seltos then there must be your's internal choice to chose what you want and looking for yourself. I rejected xuv300 just because of boot space. Duster was always my first love but novelty and dashboard killed my mindset...Jeep compass certainly impressed me by its dashing look but mileage was the critical point of understanding. Later MG Hector was something new & impressive option but over design & writing BIG internet inside long queuing pulls me back then there was final option Kia Seltos which changed my mind after getting into inside and i was trying to find out fault but only one fault 'highly important' could find was the safety feature 2 airbag given in kia seltos htx plus AT 1.5 diesel automatic variant .I'm still thinking on it why it was compromised and not given 6 airbags. Rest everything is OK. I have drove it 5500kms in couple of months, city 14 Kms highway 18 to 19 Kms mileage without any problem.

  • 2.3

    Issue 1 The map is a complete waste. I entered the location of my club and it navigates me to a hospital.The map has no idea about the traffic, as there is no realtime calculation of traffic. Google maps are far better than the inbuilt kia mapsI have communicated with my dealer i.e Shreenath Kia, Thane. The name of my sales person was Varun, He suggested us to use google maps. The map was a huge attraction for the customer but in real it is of no use. Issue 2The second issue is always the mileage. Kia commits its 16.7kmpl average, but in reality the average is about 8-9 kmpl for the petrol dct variant. The average is 50% less than claimed by kia.When I raised the complaint about average. I was informed it will give you this average at expressway. Will we drive daily to expressway?Issue 3Kia took some additional insurance amount by mistake and after 2 weeks of continuous follow up, we still haven’t got any reply from kia.

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Seltos Colours

  • Punchy Orange With Clear White
  • Intense Red With Aurora Black Pearl
  • Steel Silver With Punchy Orange
  • Glacier White Pearl With Punchy Orange
  • Glacier White Pearl With Aurora Black Pearl
  • Punchy Orange
  • Intelligence Blue
  • Aurora Black Pearl
  • Gravity Gray
  • Steel Silver
  • Glacier White Pearl
  • Intense Red

Kia Seltos Service Cost

The estimated service cost for Kia Seltos
Petrol (5 years) Rs. 40,902
Diesel (5 years) Rs. 46,285
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Seltos FAQs

What is the price of Kia Seltos Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Kia Seltos is 17.65 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Kia Seltos?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Kia Seltos is 16.8 - 20.8 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Seltos.

What is the EMI of Kia Seltos in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Kia Seltos in Delhi is Rs. 19,248 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 Kia Sonet, Hyundai Creta and MG Hector.

What is the boot space in Kia Seltos?

The boot space in Kia Seltos is 433 L. View full specification of Seltos

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