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Here (in the video above) we have the Kia Seltos Sport+ FWD – you get a 2.0-litre petrol engine delivering 110kW and 180Nm, with that power fed through a CVT automatic and send, unsurprisingly, the front tyres. It will cost you $33,990 drive away.
The Sport+ is also available as an AWD, with swaps the engine out for a 1.6-litre turbo and the CVT for a seven-speed DCT auto, but that ups the cost to $37,490. If you’re a city-dweller, like me, then I really wouldn’t bother.
Either way, the Sport+ is among the more expensive ways into a Seltos. It sits below only the GT-Line (which is a considerable $42,990 drive-away), and above the Sport Safety Pack ($31,490), the Sport ($30,490), the S with Safety Pack ($27,990) and the entry-level S ($26,990).