Kia Seltos or Hyundai Creta: Which is the best selling SUV for the month of October 2021?
Kia Motors sold 10,488 mid-size SUVs last month, while Hyundai Creta sold 6,455 units, Volkswagen sold 2,551 Taiguns, and Skoda delivered 2,413 Kushaqs.
In October, the Kia Seltos was the best-selling SUV in the Indian market. The vehicle outsold the Hyundai Creta, Skoda Kushaq, Volkswagen Taigun, and Maruti Suzuki S-Cross. Kia Motors sold 10,488 mid-size SUVs last month, while Hyundai Creta sold 6,455 units, Volkswagen sold 2,551 Taiguns, and Skoda delivered 2,413 Kushaqs. The S-Cross sold just 1,524 units, according to Maruti Suzuki.
The automobile has large DRLs that stretch across the car's width, as well as LED lighting, a high bonnet, and flared wheel arches with eye-catching alloys. The rear bumper is chiselled, and the taillights are attractively sculpted with LED inserts. The HT line trims add chrome pieces to the bling, while the GT versions add further red highlights to the SUV's aggressive flair.
Inside, the Kia Seltos has quality components such as leather upholstery and flat-bottom steering, which pleased us on our first drive. The Tech Line Seltos have a dual black, and beige colour scheme, whilst the GT Line versions have an all-black colour scheme.
The vehicle includes a segment-first 8-inch head-up display. It also has a 360-degree camera, wireless charging, push-button start, and in-car WiFi. A 360-degree camera, wireless charging, push-button start, and in-car WiFi are all included. The Kia Seltos will be offered in two trim levels: GT line for performance enthusiasts and Tech line for families. The Seltos will be BSVI compliant from the start. It is powered by the third generation Smartstream engine, which is available in three configurations: 1.5 Petrol, 1.5 Diesel, and the segment's first 1.4 Turbo Petrol.
The engines will be connected to three automatic transmission choices – 7DCT, IVT, and 6 AT – as well as a six-speed manual transmission, providing buyers with a variety of engine and gearbox options to fit their demands and driving style.