Hyundai Creta Price List
Hyundai Creta launched in India at a starting price of Rs 9.22 Lakh. Check out the Hyundai Creta which comes in following versions. Get more info the new Hyundai Creta with on road price, mileage, specifications, review and images. Check mileage of new Hyundai Creta with photos. features, colours, comparisons, video review, user reviews & latest news in India on autoX.
Hyundai Creta User Reviews
The magic of Hyundai Creta
This car has defeated Ertiga. I was thinking about Eatiga earlier but this car has changed my mind. Would refer this one.
Killerr of renault duster
This car catagary arround 12 lac. and the king are this range is ranult duster in past but now creta take over the crown of best budget suv. I have used both car. duster is good in front look and suv felling with suv like drivng performnace. but creta now latest look after 3 year old duster. is good in drive performanc and super in interior also from outside. interms of look is looking like mini range rover evouqe. I also modified like evouqe. also the creta is car of the year. and I also hear the news the creta sold arroynd 1 lack unit. its big achivemnt in short time.
Hyundai Creta Editorial Review
The Hyundai Creta is over 4 meters in length and therefore is a size bigger than the Ford EcoSport or the Maruti Vitara Brezza. It is available across various grades beginning from the Base to the top of the line SX(O). Equipment is generous across all trims with the top spec trim loaded with aesthetically pleasing features like LED day time running lights and 17-inch dual tone alloy wheels.
The petrol engine on offer is the same 1.6L unit as the Hyundai Verna which comes mated to either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission. The two diesels on the Hyundai Creta is also shared with the Verna, and the bigger 1.6L diesel also gets the option of an automatic gearbox.
Hyundai Creta doesn’t break any fuel efficiency records, but that doesn’t mean that it’s not frugal. The official ARAI figures for the Hyundai Creta are at par with its rivals. The petrol manual version of the compact SUV is claimed to return 15.29 km/l. The 1.4L diesel manual variant is tuned to deliver 21.38 km/l. Talking about the diesels, the 1.6-litre diesel manual version can run up to 19.67 km/l and the 1.6L diesel automatic trim claims to deliver 17.01 km/l.
Hyundai Creta Exterior Review
Inspired by the larger Hyundai Santa Fe, the Creta looks much more urbane than its rivals like the Renault Duster. Hyundai’s signature ‘Fluidic’ design approach works pretty well here, with the Hyundai Creta designed to look like an expensive crossover. The Creta also features black cladding all around its body for that enhanced SUV vibe. The ORVMs are body coloured and electrically foldable. The Hyundai Creta is offered with a choice of 16-inch or 17-inch alloy wheels depending on the variant.
Hyundai Creta Interior Review
The Hyundai Creta features a dual tone cabin layout, which is typical of most Hyundai cars now-a-days. The design of the dashboard has a contemporary theme to it, long vertically clad AC vents look quite distinctive. A reasonably long wheelbase of 2,590mm on the Hyundai Creta means that legroom, both at the rear and front is ample. Tall stance means that headroom isn’t a problem either.
Hyundai Creta Features Review
The Creta features most of the bells and whistles that we have come to expect from Hyundai. A 7-inch infotainment system with navigation, reverse camera, steering mounted controls, leather wrapped steering wheel, automatic headlamps and wipers, automatic climate control, cooled glove box, passive entry with push button start, electrically adjustable and folding ORVMs, fog lamps, chrome door handles, all come standard on the top spec SX(O) trim.
Hyundai Creta Engine Specifications and performance Review
The Hyundai Creta is powered by a total of three engine options, all of which are borrowed from the Hyundai Verna. This includes the base 1.4L diesel, which develops 88bhp of power along with 220Nm of torque. It comes mated to a six speed manual gearbox.
The bigger 1.6L diesel develops 125bhp of power and 260Nm of torque. This engine offers more flexibility, as alongside a 6-speed manual, it also comes with a 6-speed auto gearbox.
For those wanting a refined petrol, Hyundai is offering a 1.6L VTVT gasoline motor which produces 120bhp of power and 151Nm of torque. This engine also comes with an option of 6-speed manual or automatic transmissions.
Hyundai Creta Mileage Review
The official ARAI figures for the Hyundai Creta are at par with its rivals. The petrol manual version of the compact SUV is claimed to return 15.29 km/l. The 1.4L diesel manual variant is tuned to deliver 21.38 km/l. Talking about the diesels, the 1.6-litre diesel manual version can run up to 19.67 km/l and the 1.6L diesel automatic trim claims to deliver 17.01 km/l.
Hyundai Creta Ride and Handling Review
The Creta has a very well-balanced suspension setup that works fine in the city as well as on the highways and ride comfort is good.
In the handling department, the Creta is much superior to the Hyundais of the old. While it is not razor sharp when you turn it, it gets will get the job done for most of the perspective owners. The chassis is capable, and handling is quite neutral.