In a hilarious turn of events, a social media ‘influencer’ ‘reviews’ the new Hyundai Creta’s suspension just by looking at it from a distance. That is quite bizarre. We witness such Instagrammers pronouncing all sorts of claims despite being absolutely incompetent. Reviewing a car is not a fun activity. It requires years of expertise and knowledge. Official car reviewers spend years to become professionals. Nowadays, just about anyone with a smartphone can act like they know everything about a car. This is a prime case in point. Let us take a look at the details of this case here.
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New Hyundai Creta’s Suspension ‘Reviews’ by Instagrammer
This post comes from ronakmotoregy07 on Instagram. The man making this reel is commenting about the suspension setup of the mid-size SUV just by looking at it from afar. This is incredibly stupid. He says that a man is sitting in the back seat and the car is pushed down a lot. As soon as this man comes out of the car, the height of the SUV is raised. Just by this action, he deduces that the suspension configuration of the new Creta is on the softer side. This is total lunacy. You must consume such content with a pinch of salt.
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The new Creta presents a variety of engine and transmission choices to accommodate diverse preferences. You have the option between a 1.5-litre petrol engine and a 1.5-litre diesel engine. For those seeking an exhilarating driving experience, the recommended choice is the 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine, already featured in the new Verna. These engines exhibit different power and torque outputs: 115 PS / 144 Nm, 115 PS / 250 Nm, and 160 PS / 253 Nm. Depending on the specific model, you can select a 6-speed manual, IVT (CVT automatic), or a 7-speed DCT automatic transmission. Official ARAI mileage figures range from 17.4 kmpl for the 1.5-litre petrol to 21.8 kmpl for the diesel. The turbo petrol model with the DCT gearbox achieves a commendable fuel economy of 18.4 kmpl.
|1.5L (P), 1.5L (Turbo Petrol), 1.5L (Diesel)
|115 PS / 160 PS / 115 PS
|144 Nm / 253 Nm / 250 Nm
|6MT, 6AT, CVT, 7DCT
|17.4 kmpl – 21.8 kmpl
This is a perfect case to highlight what is wrong with automobile content creators. Short-format content is doing great on social media platforms. As a result, people end up creating bizarre and strange activities. If you are looking for serious and reliable content from the world of automobiles, make sure to only follow credible websites and publications that have been doing this professionally for years. Most other creators are just doing this to garner views and followers. One must be discernible in this regard.
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