My Key to Freedom


Kia became a symbol of my desire to seize the day and make the most of every opportunity.

Ramita Sharma – Housemaker

As I hit the age of late 40s, life seemed to be a never-ending cycle of responsibilities and routines. With a hard work and a busy household, the concept of freedom seemed like a distant dream.

Little did I know that a simple decision to drive a Kia would become a gateway to rediscovering the joy of spontaneity and adventure. After being married for more than couple of decades, my husband and I thought it was time to get a better family car.  When I walked into the Kia showroom, I saw a bunch of cars that seemed to promise a new sense of freedom. We wanted something reliable and useful, and that’s when we discovered Kia Seltos. The features and looks wanted me to drive it and to feel that sense of freedom.

As soon as I started driving it, I felt a rush of excitement that I hadn’t felt in a long time. When I hit the road, I felt like I was so free. Driving wasn’t just about being practical anymore; every turn felt like an adventure. The Kia was easy to handle, and the controls were responsive. The inside was comfortable too. I recall those sunny days when I would open the sunroof and let the fresh air and sunshine in. It felt like a mini-vacation in my car. Whether I was driving to work, running errands, or simply taking a leisurely drive, the sunroof raised the experience. Driving Seltos wasn’t a chore – it was a fun way to escape my usual routine.

Just like it, Seltos became a partner in my little joys.

Seltos became a symbol of my desire to seize the day and make the most of every opportunity. As a 50-year-old married woman, I can confidently say that Seltos has restored the spark of youth and a sense of freedom in my life.