The deliveries of the new Hyundai Creta facelift are underway. With an introductory starting price of Rs 11 lakh, ex-showroom, the mid-size SUV is at par with most rivals in this highly competitive segment. The vehicle incorporates several fresh enhancements, such as an exterior design influenced by Hyundai’s ‘Sensuous Sportiness’ philosophy, a revamped cabin and dashboard layout, the introduction of Level 2 ADAS functions, a redesigned rear profile, and the option to equip the new 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine. Let us take a look at the details of the first few deliveries.
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Hyundai Creta Facelift Deliveries
This video comes from Rajni Chaudhary on YouTube. She is one of the prominent automobile vloggers in India. She demonstrates the process of taking the delivery of the brand-new Creta. There is a traditional cake-cutting ceremony with a bouquet. Thereafter, she strikes up conversations with the onlookers. A few of them have already booked the new Creta. She even interacts with the salesperson at Hyundai. He mentions that the EX and SX(O) IVT are among the value-for-money propositions in addition to the top model. He also shares his experience and confirms that he doesn’t need to sell this SUV. It automatically receives massive traction from buyers. Even the son of the owner of this dealership mentions that the Creta is mighty impressive.
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The new Creta offers a range of engine and transmission options to cater to different preferences. You can opt for a 1.5-litre petrol engine or a 1.5-litre diesel engine. However, for driving enthusiasts, the preferred choice would be the 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine, already featured in the new Verna. These engines vary in power and torque: 115 PS / 144 Nm, 115 PS / 250 Nm, and 160 PS / 253 Nm, respectively. Depending on the model, you have the flexibility to select a 6-speed manual, IVT (CVT automatic), a 6-speed automatic or a 7-speed DCT automatic transmission. In essence, Hyundai aims to cater to the diverse needs of potential buyers.
|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
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Features and Price
The list of features is extensive. Some top highlights include a plethora of modern connectivity and safety features, including electronically adjustable ORVMs, an electronic parking brake, ventilated seats, physical buttons for HVAC and multimedia controls, a premium Bose audio system, dual 10.25-inch displays for infotainment and the instrument cluster, a 4-spoke flat-bottom steering wheel, a driver’s console reminiscent of the Tucson, Level 2 ADAS, an intuitive MID appearance, new AC vents on the dashboard, leatherette upholstery, a panoramic sunroof, LED cabin lights, wireless smartphone charging, a spacious storage compartment under the armrest, 6 Airbags, a powered driver’s seat, Bluelink connected car tech with over 70 features, and more. The prices range from Rs 11 lakh to Rs 20 lakh, ex-showroom.
|Hyundai Creta (1.5 MPi)
|Hyundai Creta (1.5 T-GDi)
|Hyundai Creta (1.5 CRDi)
|Rs 11 lakh
|Rs 20 lakh
|Rs 12.45 lakh
|Rs 18.70 lakh
|Rs 20 lakh
|Rs 20 lakh
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