2022 Kia Seltos get improved suspension and more features

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The 2022 Kia Celtos will probably get an enhanced suspension, a new Celtos logo, two new exterior shades and more standard protection features.

Kia India felt its presence with an irresistible reception for the Celts in 2019 and built on its success by adding volume products like the Carens sitting under the venue and the recent Carnival MPV. Celtos continues to be a top-seller for the brand and consistently the second best-selling medium-sized SUV in the country, almost every month.

As Hyundai is working on launching Facelifted Creta in India in the coming months, Kia seems to be preparing to introduce a number of modifications to the 2022 Celts. According to a report on the Internet, the five-seater SUV will get a different suspension tune and thus probably improve the quality and comfort of the ride.

The 2022 Kia Seltos will probably get a new HTK + trim with a 1.5-liter diesel engine and will have an iMT transmission. It is worth noting that the Hyundai Creta S has got iMT (intelligent manual transmission) in petrol trim. To tackle tough competition in the segment, Kia is expected to add more features as part of the standard offer.

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Key features include brake assist, rear disc brakes, side airbags, ESC (Electronic Stability Control), VSM (Vehicle Stability Management), HSC (Hill Assist Control) and TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System). Range Also, traction modes and paddle shifters can be offered on screen airbags from HTX trim and HTX + trim.

The 2022 Kia Celtos will get two new paint schemes in the form of Imperial Blue and Sparkling Silver. Other major improvements will probably include a new Celtos logo, a new Kia Connect logo, a new interior rearview mirror design with Kia Connect buttons, a set of newly designed 16-inch wheel covers in HTE and HT trims, the X-Line logo. Indigo Pera seats, etc.

For performance, the same 1.5-liter four-cylinder petrol, a 1.5-liter four-cylinder diesel and 1.4-liter turbo petrol will continue with manual and automatic transmission choices.

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