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Kia Seltos is receiving a list of re-engineered appliances in April.

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Kia Seltos released on the Indian market in August last year. The first Kia model and produced for the Indian market. In no time has it become a hot seller in the region, churning out 14-15,000 units a month.

With the launch of her sister, Hyundai Creta’s new wave, Kia is preparing to face some serious heat. So, the Seltos going to fit with more features in the mid-sped and top-spec models by April.

With the introduction of features, Kia Seltos also scheduled to receive a price boost from next month. Currently, Seltos has priced at Rs. 9.89 lakhs and goes up to Rs. 16.29 lakhs (all costs, ex-showroom).

We should foresee a small price rise and a few new changes to the apps list. The mid-spec HTK Plus trim will have a USB port for the rear passengers, while the top-spec model will have dual exhaust tips and a few other features.

Seltos is now selling three engine options–1.5-liter diesel, 1.5-liter petrol, and 1.4-litre turbo petrol. There is a range of trendy options on sale, including electric sunroof, ventilated front seats. Also, with front traffic sensors, an 8-way driver’s seat, 8-way Bose audio system, a 360-degree camera, a blind vision display, etc.

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Kia Seltos: Features

  • Kia will refresh the inventory of Seltos appliances.
  • The car would have more features in the mid-and top-spec models.
  • So, the price is expected to increase in April.

The price expected to rise in April.

Hyundai Creta was released in India with prices ranging from Rs 9.99 lakh to Rs 17.20 lakh (ex-showroom, pan-India). So, it offers three new BS6 engines and a range of upgrade tools. The new Creta continues to be a luxury product for the compact SUV market.

With the goal of reclaiming the top spot in the market, we’re summing up what we think Hyundai did right with the new Creta.

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