The Hyundai Creta comes with advanced features with unique exterior design. It has been launched on 6th February 2020.  It is very popularly and widely demanded in the market. There are three different types of BS6 engine available along with high-quality features which include a Bose audio system. The cost of the Creta is around Rs.9.99 lakh.

What we likeWhat we don’t like
Good DesignHard materials
Rear Seat ComfortLow fuel efficiency

Hyundai Creta Overview

The petrol engine of Hyundai Creta comes with a CVT gearbox. Whereas, the diesel engine comes with a 6-speed torque converter. The manual gearbox of Creta is normally 6-speed. 

Exterior:

The exterior of the Hyundai Creta is designed in an elegant way. It offers a unique look that does not fail to attract customers. It comes with a trio Beam LED Headlamp. Also, it provides a crescent glow that adds to the elegance of its exterior. The front grill provides it with a powerful and bold look. 

Interior:

Hyundai Creta comes with an armrest system that offers extreme comfort to the passengers while travelling far. It is also used to store any kind of beverage. In addition, it comes with a wireless charger for mobiles that makes travelling a lot simpler and more comfortable. 

Safety features:

It includes dual airbags for both the passenger and the driver for more safety. Also, it has an anti-lock braking system and a rear parking sensor. 

Engine:

It has a two-petrol engine along with a single diesel engine. The diesel engine is 1493cc whereas the petrol engine is around 1497 cc and 1353 cc. Both manual and automatic transmission are present with it.

Variants:

ModelEnginePrice
Creta E DieselDiesel9.99 lakh
Creta SPetrol11.72 lakh
Creta EXPetrol9.99 lakh
Creta EX DieselDiesel9.99 lakh
Creta S DieselDiesel12.77 lakh
Creta SXPetrol13.46 lakh
Creta SX IVTPetrol14.94 lakh
Creta SX TurboPetrol16.16 lakh
Creta SX Opt Diesel ATDiesel17.2 lakh
Creta SX Opt TurboPetrol17.2 lakh
   

Hyundai Creta Competitors

Hyundai Creta competes with Toyota Urban cruiser, Tata Harrier, and Mahindra XUV300.

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