People often find themselves in a tough spot while deciding which variant to go for and Hyundai Creta comes in a whole plethora of trims.
Are you struggling to decide between the S+ Knight or the SX variant of the Hyundai Creta? Creta is a hot-selling mid-size SUV that comes in various trims and special edition models. Hence, the customers get a wide variety of options to find the most value-for-money trim for their needs. Well, this detailed video captures to highlights and misses of each of these and is capable of offering you a clear guideline as to which one would suit your needs the best.
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Hyundai Creta S+ Knight vs SX Variant – Exterior
There are a few evident styling choices on the outside to distinguish the two. The Knight comes with a more aggressive and sporty black Cascading grille with red inserts, black skid plate, black ORVMs, body-coloured door handles, black roof rails and window line, 16-inch alloy wheels painted black with red callipers, rear drum brakes, black shark fin antenna, and rear skid plate. On the other hand, the SX trim comes with a chrome grille, silver front and rear skid plates, chrome door handles, silver roof rails and window line, 17-inch alloy wheels, and all-four disc brakes.
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Interior and Features Comparison
On the inside, the first difference between the two variants is the all-black theme (in Knight Edition) and dual-tone black and greige theme (in SX). In the Knight, you get red inserts in AC vents, seat stitching and a centre console, there is an 8-inch infotainment system, a fixed rear headrest, dual airbags, ABS, EBD, black stuff plates, etc. You get almost all the basic features.
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In the SX trim, you get a 10.25-inch infotainment system with in-built Navigation with Over-the-top updates, BlueLink connected car tech functions, wireless smartphone charging, auto-dimming IRVMs, traction control vehicle stability control, hill start assist, auto up/down driver’s window, auto-folding ORVMs, puddle lamps, 60:40 split for the rear seats with adjustable headrests and 2-step reclining function, leather wrap on the steering, supports video playback, ambient mood lighting, etc.
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Both these trims come with 1.5-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engine and 6-speed manual transmissions but only SX comes with an IVT automatic gearbox. The price difference between the two trims is Rs 87,000 on the ex-showroom prices. The S+ Knight Edition costs Rs 13.51 lakh while the SX trim costs Rs 14.38, ex-showroom. In terms of the on-road prices, the difference goes up to around Rs 1 lakh.
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We believe that while the S+ Knight provides compelling reasons to be the ideal variant for people on a budget, if you are looking for some premium features to pamper yourself, the extra Rs 1 lakh brings premium goodies that are completely worth it.