This is a great post for the comparison of the Kia Seltos X-Line and GTX+ variants. Ever since the X-Line trim of the Seltos has been launched, you must be wondering which one to go for. The GTX+ trim was initially the top-trim and still the top-trim if you want to buy the manual version of the Seltos. On the other hand, the X-Line top-trim comes with only automatic transmission options. Hence, it makes sense to compare these two trims to figure out which one makes more sense for you.
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Kia Seltos X-Line vs GTX+ Price Comparison
First things first. The X-Line variant of the Kia Seltos starts at Rs 17.79 lakh and goes all the way up to Rs 18.10 lakh, ex-showroom. In comparison, the GTX+ variant starts at Rs 16.75 lakh, ex-showroom for the manual version. The top-end version in the GTX+ lineup costs Rs 17.85 lakh, ex-showroom. The difference between the X-Line and GTX+ trims of petrol and diesel variants is Rs 25,000. Below is a tabular representation of the prices to get a clearer picture.
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|Prices (in lakh)||Petrol (Manual)||Petrol (Auto)||Diesel (Manual)||Diesel (Auto)|
The key takeaway from this table is that the X-Line trims come only in automatic options. The powertrains options include diesel and turbo petrol. The GTX+ trim comes with turbo petrol with both transmissions and diesel with an automatic gearbox.
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Kia Seltos X-Line vs GTX+ Features Comparison
In terms of features, both these trims come with the same equipment list. This includes things like a 10.25-inch Digital Touchscreen Infotainment System with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a 7-inch Digital Colour Instrument Display, an 8-inch Head-up Display UVO Connected Car Tech, Smartwatch Connectivity, BOSE premium 8 speaker system with dynamic speed compensation, Bluetooth Connectivity, Voice Recognition, Steering Mounted Audio Control, Blind View monitor, Driving rearview monitor, Ventilated Front Seats, Wireless Smartphone Charging, Smart Pure Air purifier, Traction and Drive Modes (AT and DCT only), 8-way Driver power seat, Ambient LED mood lighting and much more.
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The only point of difference between these two trims is the Seltos logo and GT Line logo on the steering wheel. Also, the X-Line comes with Leatherette seats with a Honeycomb pattern in Indigo Perra & Black colour theme compared to Beige and Black theme in the GTX+ trim with red stitching.
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The Kia Seltos comes in a plethora of variants options. But we are comparing the top trims on offer and is it worth the extra money. The GTX+ trim has you covered on almost all fronts including the latest tech and convenience features along with multiple powertrain-transmission options. However, if you are willing to spend a bit extra, you will get a special edition of the Seltos which differentiates itself from the regular trim in external appearances and accessories. There is a premium Matte Grey paint shade specific to the X-Line, stylish and first-in-segment 18-inch alloy wheels and matte finish on the front grille, skid plates, etc with orange inserts. If it is the road presence you want from your Seltos, then the X-Line variant is worth the extra money.
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