Euro NCAP experts have not yet tested the Kia Seltos, although the compact has been sold for more than a year. Meanwhile, the Global NCAP organization tested the Indian parquet flooring in the basic configuration, rating the protection of adults at three stars (8.03 points out of 17), and the safety of children – only two (15 out of 49). The body is considered “unstable and can not withstand loads”, the same is said about the legroom.
In India, the basic configuration of the HTE is priced at 989,000 rupees – of the safety features, it has only two airbags and ABS.-By the way, along with Seltos, two new Indian hatchbacks – Hyundai Grand i10 Nios and Maruti Suzuki S-Presso-passed the Global NCAP tests. The first received two stars for adults and children – and the second-a hole from a bagel.