There are five different trim levels for the Kia Seltos, starting with the LX trim. Standard features include 17-inch alloy wheels, all-wheel drive, automatic projector beam headlights, an 8-inch touch screen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a rearview camera, steering wheel mounted controls for the sound system and cruise control, power door locks and power windows.
The S trim adds heated mirrors, chrome exterior highlights, roof rails, LED daytime running lights and taillights, projector beam foglamps, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, a forward collision avoidance assist system, lane departure warning, lane keep assist and lane keep following functions. Interestingly enough, unlike the base LX, the S trim does not come with all-wheel drive, though it can be optioned for an extra cost. The upshot is that the S and the LX trims both cost the exact same amount, so owners who don't necessarily need all-wheel drive can get a ton of options instead for the same low price.
The EX trim adds a power sunroof, machine finished 17-inch wheels, extra USB charging ports, a wireless phone charger, a smart key with push button and remote starter functions, automatic climate control, LED interior lighting, rear seat HVAC vents, a 10-way power adjustable driver's seat, heated front seats, blind spot monitoring and rear cross traffic avoidance systems as well as all-wheel drive.
At the top of the Kia Seltos range sits the SX Turbo trim. The SX Turbo adds full LED headlights and fog lights, a bigger 10.25-inch touchscreen with built in satellite navigation, satellite radio and voice recognition, a Bose sound system, a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, smart cruise control with stop and go functions and Kia's highway driving assist.