Kia Seltos gets two new ADAS variants; prices start at Rs. 19.40 lakh

Kia India recently achieved a new milestone by achieving 50,000 bookings for the updated Seltos in just over two months. And now, to kick off the festive season, the Korean automaker has introduced two new ADAS variants – GTX+ (S) and X-Line (S), priced at Rs. 19.40 lakh and Rs. 19.60 lakh respectively (all prices, ex-showroom).

The new versions are available with diesel and petrol engines paired with six-speed automatic and seven-speed DCT units respectively. The newly introduced trims slot between the HTX+ and X-Line variants in the extensive Seltos lineup.

In terms of features, these variants come equipped with a Level 2 ADAS suite that includes over 17 safety features, an electric parking brake with auto hold, and 18-inch gloss black alloy wheels. Additionally, customers can also opt for an all-black headliner at an additional cost of Rs. 20,000.

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Thus, the average waiting period for a Kia Seltos SUV has been reduced from 15 to 16 weeks to seven to nine weeks from the day of booking.

Commenting on the occasion, Hardeep Singh Brar, National Sales and Marketing Director, Kia India, said, “There is no better way to win customer's hearts than offering them quick access to their loved car. The average waiting period for the new Seltos lineup is approximately 15 to 16 weeks, which will be reduced to seven to nine weeks with the introduction of these new variants that ensure delivery before Diwali. These variants have been carefully designed for tech-savvy customers who don't want to compromise on looks, technology and ADAS-enabled safety systems, but want fast delivery. “It has always been our constant endeavor to provide maximum value to our customers in the new era with the best in design and technology.”

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