Hyundai Creta N Line vs Kia Seltos X-Line


Hyundai has finally entered the special SUV race with its much-awaited Creta N Line SUV. It is a new top-spec model available in two variants across eight trim levels and five color options, including a matte paint scheme for the first time. We've significantly detailed this Hyundai and here we are going to look at how it stacks up to its sister car, the Kia Seltos X Line.


Basically, both cars are based on the standard avatars, but have the special touches that come with the X Line/N Line package. Additionally, these are the facelifted versions that came in July 2023 and January 2024 for the X Line and N Line, respectively. In that equation, the Creta gets more design changes and color changes as it now gets new wheels, bumpers and a slightly modified grille.

The Seltos X Line, on the other hand, gets a matte paint finish with black wheels as part of the package. In fact, the Seltos X Line was the first car in the battle to get a matte paint finish.


Like the outside, the cabin of both cars are based on their standard counterparts, but with special-edition touches. For the Creta, it's an all-black package with red accents and an N embossed in the seat back, while the Seltos X Line can be had with a sage green or all-black cabin. The layout and elements are exactly the same as their standard counterpart’s top-spec models.

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Features and safety

To have a uniform picture, let's consider the top versions of both cars. For the Hyundai Creta N Line, it is the N10 variant which is equivalent to the SX (O), while for the Seltos, the X-Line is the top-of-the-range SUV. Both have dual-zone climate control, a power driver's seat, ventilated front seats, leather upholstery, dual digital displays, ADAS Level 2, connected car technology, a panoramic sunroof, and an LED lighting package. On the safety front, both cars feature six airbags, ABS with EBD, traction control software and ISOFIX anchor points for child seats. The Seltos X line can be purchased from one product to another, in both diesel and gasoline versions. However, the Creta N Line has more variants even though it is only petrol.


On the petrol front, both cars make use of the 1.5-litre GDi turbo engine that produces 158 PS/253 Nm. A seven-speed DCT is standard, while the Creta also gets a six-speed manual transmission. While the MT is the Creta's feature, the Seltos also has an AT diesel engine that produces 114 PS/250 Nm and can only be had with a six-speed AT.


The Hyundai Creta N Line range starts at Rs. 16.82 lakh and goes up to Rs. 20.45 lakh, whereas the Seltos X Line range is priced at Rs 20.30 lakh for both the diesel and petrol variants. In case of the former, it is a jump of Rs. 30,000 compared to the standard car, while in the latter it represents a jump of up to Rs. 30,000 depending on the variant chosen.

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