Kia Seltos X Line launched at Rs 17.79 lakh
The design of the X Line variant gets new cosmetic upgrades like the Xclusive Matte Graphite paint colour with a Matte Graphite radiator grille with Xclusive Piano Black outline. The Xclusive Piano Black is also present on the fog lamps, front and rear skid plates, exhaust, tailgate, ORVM, and shark fin antenna. In contrast to the black accents, there are Sun Orange inserts on the front and rear skid plates, side doors and wheels centre caps. The X Line gets a size bigger 18-inch wheel than the GTX variant. And to distinguish itself from the rest of the Seltos variants, there is an exclusive X Line badge on the boot lid.
Kia Seltos X Line Interiors and features
The interior of the X Line remains identical to the GTX+ trim but now comes in Indigo Pera Leather upholstery. Apart from the new upholstery, it receives no new feature over and above the regular Seltos. Meaning it maintains the side and curtain airbag, 8-inch head-up display, 7-inch infotainment system, smartphone wireless charger, rain-sensing wipers, parking sensors, and a 360-degree camera.
Kia Seltos X Line Engine
The X Line can be bought with both petrol and diesel engines but with an automatic transmission only. So, there is an option of a 1.4-litre turbo-petrol engine which makes 138bhp at 6000rpm and 242Nm of torque at 1500-3200rpm mated with a 7-speed DCT ‘box. The other option is a 1.5-litre turbo-diesel engine which generates 113.4bhp at 4000rpm and 250Nm at 1500-2750rpm and is available with a 6-speed torque converter.
Kia Seltos X Line Rivals
The X Line here is the premium and distinctive variant of the Seltos line-up. So in that aspect, the main rival of the X Line will be the Tata Harrier Dark Edition. In addition to that, the regular Kia Seltos competes against the likes of the Hyundai Creta, Skoda Kushaq, and MG Hector.
The Kia Seltos X Line can be booked at Kia showroom and official website.