A total of five trims make up the Seltos lineup. They include the LX, S, EX, Nightfall Edition, and SX Turbo. The first three come standard with a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter engine mated to a CVT gearbox, and the remainder of the trims come with a turbocharged 1.6-liter engine coupled with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. All models come standard with AWD except for the S, which can be had with either FWD or AWD.
The LX is well-equipped with safety features, including forward collision avoidance, high beam assist, lane-keep assist, lane departure warning, and pedestrian detection. It is relegated to the eight-inch touchscreen with limited functionality, though.
From the S upwards, you get rear cross-traffic alert, blind-spot collision avoidance, automated emergency braking, automatic climate control, remote engine start, and smart key access. The EX gets a sunroof as standard, which the SX can option on, and both come with blind-spot warning and rear cross-traffic alert. The Nightfall isn't quite as well-outfitted as the EX, but it looks better and gets a stronger engine.
Not many additional features are available to spruce up your Seltos SUV. Heated seats come standard when the AWD system is opted for on the S, and the cost to drive power to all four wheels is $1,500. The top-of-the-range SX Turbo is the only model with optional access to the power sunroof for an additional cost of $700, while the EX gets it as standard.