Dreary gray skies can turn a pleasant drive in your Kia Seltos into a stressful strain just to see the road ahead. Don’t let worn wipers make a bad situation worse. Fresh wiper blades make a world of a difference.
But with so many options, choosing the right wiper blades is more complicated than it should be. To make sure you get the correct sizes, check out our Kia Seltos wiper blade size chart along with the specific wiper blade brand car enthusiasts swear by.
Kia Seltos Wiper Blade Size Chart
Note: 22″ and 17″ will also fit but 24″ and 18″ provide a larger sweep area.
About the Kia Seltos
Making its debut in the 2021 model year for the North American market, the Kia Seltos arrived as an all-new compact crossover SUV slotted below the larger Sportage in the automaker’s lineup. Offering youthful styling, generous tech features and available all-wheel drive, the subcompact Seltos aims to compete with industry heavyweights in the crowded entry-level category.
Early Seltos models came equipped solely with a 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder good for 146 horsepower. The following year saw the addition of a turbocharged 1.6-liter 4-cylinder throwing down 175 horses under the hood, adding some extra punch.
Available in five ascending trim levels, all but the turbo Seltos SUVs come paired with a CVT marketed as an “Intelligent Variable Transmission” (IVT) or semi-automatic transmission. The 1.6 Turbo offered a dual-clutch transmission.
On the outside, the Seltos takes styling cues from its big brother Telluride, sporting modern angles and Kia’s signature “tiger nose” grille. Inside the top-of-the-line SX trim, the cabin reveals an upscale interior with a 10.25-inch touchscreen, ambient lighting, leatherette seats and a Bose premium audio system.
Positioned below the popular Sportage as Kia’s smallest SUV offering, the Seltos promises strong value in a nimble crossover package ready to handle urban commutes and all-wheel drive weekend getaways alike. Key compact SUV rivals include the Hyundai Kona, Mazda CX-30 and Honda HR-V.