A. The fuel tank capacity of Kia Seltos is 50 Liters.
Is Kia Seltos a 5 seater or 7 seater
A. Kia Seltos is a 5 seater Car.
What is the dimensions of Kia Seltos
A. The exterior dimension of Kia Seltos is 4315 mm in length, 1800 mm in width, 1645 mm in height.
What is the length of Kia Seltos
A. The length of Kia Seltos is 4315 mm.
What is the width of Kia Seltos
A. The width of Kia Seltos is 1800 mm.
What is the wheel size of Kia Seltos
A. The wheels size of Kia Seltos is 16.
What is the tyre size of Kia Seltos
A. The tyre size of Kia Seltos is 205/ 65 R16.
Mileage & Performance
What is the mileage of Kia Seltos
A. The mileage of Kia Seltos ranges from 16.5 Kmpl to 20.8 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Seltos Petrol Manual is 16.8 Kmpl and for the Seltos Diesel Manual is 20.8 Kmpl. In automatic, the claimed ARAI mileage of Seltos Petrol is 16.5 Kmpl and for the Seltos Diesel is 18 Kmpl.
What is the mileage of Kia Seltos Petrol Version
A. The mileage of Kia Seltos Petrol is 16.8 Kmpl.
What is the mileage of Kia Seltos Diesel Version
A. The mileage of Kia Seltos Diesel is 20.8 Kmpl.
What type of airbags available in Kia Seltos
A. There are Driver, Passenger and Side Front airbags available in the top model of Kia Seltos.
What are the colours available in Kia Seltos
A. Kia Seltos is available in 11 colours:
Glacier White Pearl
Aurora Black Pearl
White Pearl With Black
Red With Black
Price & Variants
Is Kia Seltos available through CSD canteen
A. Yes, Kia Seltos is available through CSD canteen.
What are the diesel variants of Kia Seltos
Kia Seltos is available in 9 Diesel variants, out of which 3 are automatic and 6 are manual. The base Diesel variant Seltos HTE D starts at Rs. 11.39 Lakh. and the top-end Diesel variant Seltos X-Line AT D is priced at Rs. 18.65 Lakh.
Kia Seltos is available in 10 Petrol variants, out of which 3 are automatic and 7 are manual. The base Petrol variant Seltos HTE G starts at Rs. 10.49 Lakh. and the top-end Petrol variant Seltos X-Line DCT is priced at Rs. 18.29 Lakh.
Kia Seltos is available in 6 Automatic variants, out of which 3 are diesel and 3 are petrol. The base Automatic variant Seltos HTX IVT starts at Rs. 15.45 Lakh. and the top-end Automatic variant Seltos X-Line AT D is priced at Rs. 18.65 Lakh.
Kia Seltos is available in 13 Manual variants, out of which 6 are diesel and 7 are petrol. The base Manual variant Seltos HTE G starts at Rs. 10.49 Lakh. and the top-end Manual variant Seltos GTX Plus is priced at Rs. 16.99 Lakh.
The Seltos continues to impress with added standard safety and claimed better ride quality. It is a vehicle you can’t go wrong with. Because of its high wow factor, it attracts a lot of attention. More importantly, it backs it up with a solid and sensible personality too. The Carens, On the other hand, immediately comes across as a no-nonsense, practical all-rounder with the right pricing to make it a proper disruptor. It’s when you want these qualities combined with better interior quality, more features, a stronger safety package and more sophisticated drive options, that you should consider the Carens. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired brand and city for dealership details.
Choosing the right vehicle depends highly on one's preferences. All three Kushaq, Seltos and Astor are solid contenders in the segment. While Astor is a well-balanced, compact SUV with a good mix of design, quality, performance, and safety, the Seltos has impressed everyone so much that all we could complain about is a lack of under-thigh support and the rather stiff ride quality. Kushaq, on the other hand, is not overflowing with features it aims to win over buyers with its powerful and efficient petrol engines and smart packaging. The Astor’s 1.5-litre displacement is right up there with its rivals but pushes the least power at 110PS. While its torque figures are the same as the Seltos, it's the Kushaq that has the edge in this department, thanks to the turbocharged engine. If we talk about boot space Kia Seltos has definitely topped the list with its 433 litres boot space. But to sum it up, The Astor is managing to stand out in the segment with its looks, tech and upmarket cabin experience. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read more- Skoda Kushaq First Drive Review: 16 Things You Should Know. -MG Astor First Drive Review: Standing Out In Style.
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.
I own a 2021 Kia Seltos 1.4TGDI DCT model. In terms of performance it's one of the best I have driven. On open roads it can easily beat the likes of Innova, Fortuner and all big guys with its sheer speed and Dual clutch just makes you zoom past other cars while they figure to get the car in right gear. Power is in its dual clutch and turbo engine. The Dual clutch is the best, it's like someone is choosing the right gear for you constantly. Features wise one of the best and the 360 camera quality is on par with high end cars. I have not driven the diesel automatic on highway but it will not be as quick as the 1.4TGDI especially with torque converter. If you enjoy driving a good car this is the best you can get, the top end petrol variant. Mileage average I got is 13kmpl with half aggressive highway and half on eco mode in city combined. I will take that anyday with the performance the car is giving. I went for top end petrol because of its performance and dual clutch which I know is drivers best friend. I didn't choose diesel because the same engine is being offered from base variant of Sonet and all the way upto top end Seltos. There is no value for money in the top variant for diesel. You can get the same engine for much less cost.
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???
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.
I) its a dry clutch DCT, No heating issues 100 %. 2) However most people are ignorant about the art of driving a DCT & end up with heating issues in extreme conditions & is due to their ignorance & not the fault of the car.3) I suggest you assimilate the art of driving a DCT ( Theory) from Google & put it into practice, while driving. There will be no heating issues at all.
It's not dry gear box. Oil sealed gearbox, over heating problem is soled & now they use minaral oil in gearbox instead of synthetic oil. This is in my knowledge. you can confirm with Volxwagen service center with out hesitation to clear your dought
Been 7 months i bought gtx plus turbo dct, no such issues fortunately no heating at all, took it for long trips also, no issues. Only problem rather a small one is the fuel efficiency, which is like 7 to 8 in city. Highway 13+. Biggest issue is service time and quality.
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Yes, the Seltos is worth buying. It offers a lot of first-in-segment features, a plethora of engine transmission options, premium interiors, and that too at very competitive pricing. 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. If you want a comfortable car for your family with great interior quality, ride quality, and a good feature list at a price, with better fuel efficiency, you may go for Kia Seltos. It comes with three engine options: 1.5-litre petrol (115PS/144Nm), 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol (140PS/242Nm), and 1.5-litre diesel (115PS/250Nm). A 6-speed manual gearbox is offered as standard with all three engines. It also gets optional automatic transmissions: a 7-speed DCT (1.4-litre turbo-petrol), a CVT (1.5-litre petrol), and a 6-speed torque converter unit (1.5-litre diesel). The 1.5-litre petrol engine also gets a 6-speed iMT (clutchless manual) gearbox. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test drive for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership.