We put Kia’s first offering in India through our exhaustive test to find out whether it is worthy of the hype.
Published on Apr 04, 2020 06:00:00 AM
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At 433 litres, the boot can accommodate a decent load of luggage.
Gearshift lights in Sport mode lend a racy feel, but DCT feels too snappy for city driving.
It’s easy to accidently press SOS button while adjusting the mirror.
Kia made a grand debut in India by carpetbombing the midsize SUV segment with its first offering – the Seltos. This is an SUV that comes with a wide variety of engine and transmission options, an expansive list of features and, with prices ranging between Rs 9.89 lakh and Rs 17.34 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), it covers a wide range of price points. With a choice of three engines, four transmissions and multiple trim levels, the Seltos caters to a wide spectrum of customers, and it’s no surprise that, in just a few months, it emerged as the bestselling SUV in the country. But just how deserving is it of the customer’s trust? We put both the petrol and diesel variants through an exhaustive road test to see how good it is in the real world.
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