Hyundai Creta 2020 Summary
|Max Power||113 bhp @ 6300 rpm|
Hyundai Creta 2020 Price List in India
Hyundai Creta 2020 price start at ₹ 9.99 Lakh and goes up to ₹ 17.2 Lakh. Check out the entire Hyundai Creta 2020 variants on-road price in India. Get more info on Hyundai Creta 2020 new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date Creta 2020 four wheeler ex-showroom price.
Hyundai Creta 2020 Variants Price
|Creta 2020 Variants||Ex-showroom Price||Compare|
|1497 cc, Petrol, Manual, 16.8 kmpl||₹ 9.99 Lakh|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 21.4 kmpl||₹ 9.99 Lakh|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 21.4 kmpl||₹ 11.49 Lakh|
|1497 cc, Petrol, Manual, 16.8 kmpl||₹ 11.72 Lakh|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 21.4 kmpl||₹ 12.77 Lakh|
|1497 cc, Petrol, Manual, 16.8 kmpl||₹ 13.46 Lakh|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 21.4 kmpl||₹ 14.51 Lakh|
|1497 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 16.8 kmpl||₹ 14.94 Lakh|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 21.4 kmpl||₹ 15.79 Lakh|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 18.5 kmpl||₹ 15.99 Lakh|
|1497 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 16.8 kmpl||₹ 16.15 Lakh|
|1353 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 16.8 kmpl||₹ 16.16 Lakh|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 18.5 kmpl||₹ 17.2 Lakh|
|1353 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 16.8 kmpl||₹ 17.2 Lakh|
Hyundai Creta 2020 Colours
- Typhoon silver
- Polar White
- Red Mulberry
- Galaxy Blue
- Lava Orange
- Phantom Black
- Titan Grey
- Deep Forest
Hyundai Creta 2020 Videos
Hyundai Creta 2020 Highlights
Ever since it was first launched in 2015, the Hyundai Creta has been upgraded slightly over time, ensuring that it stays on top of the sales charts. A mid-cycle facelift in 2018 spruced things up a bit, for the all-pleasing design of the Creta received a few aesthetic upgrades to keep in line with the fierce competition.
For 2020, Hyundai has forayed its new Creta in the Indian market. Gone is the all-pleasing styling of the older model for a new bold and radical design. In its second-generation now, the Creta is also marginally bigger than its predecessor in terms of the overall dimensions. While the older Creta lost its crown for the most-selling mid-size SUV to its sibling Kia Seltos in 2019, the new Creta aims to regain its Numero Uno spot. Combine that with its impressive price, Hyundai Creta seems to have several tricks up its sleeves. Read on.
Radical and audacious perfectly describes the design of the Hyundai Creta new model in a nutshell. You see, while the older Creta was known for its elegant and timeless design, the newer model leaps forward with a daring approach. The biggest takeaway for the new Creta is the split-lighting setup, with slit-like LED DRLs, placed on the front and a full-LED headlamp embedded within. The taillamps at the rear, too, are similarly styled.
The Venue-inspired Cascading grille makes its dominance at the front, which is now surrounded with chrome-lining on the borders. The fog lamps and cornering lamps are placed lower down. In profile, the only giveaway for the new Creta is the new 17-inch alloy wheels.
The Hyundai Creta variants are as follows: E, EX, S, SX, and SX (O). There are three engines and four gearbox options. While the lower-spec variants are decently-kitted, let’s see what the top-spec variants bring to the table. In terms of safety, it gets 6 airbags, height-adjustable front seatbelts, traction control modes (automatics only), ABS with EBD, speed and impact sensing door locks, tyre pressure monitoring system, and lane change indicators.
As for the convenience features, there’s a 10.25-inch infotainment system, a 7.0-inch MID, auto-dimming IRVM, electrically adjustable driver’s seat, push-button start with keyless entry, steering-mounted audio controls, cruise control, electronic parking brake with auto hold, front ventilated seats, smart air-purifier, leatherette upholstery, climate control, and a reverse parking camera. What’s nice, however, is that the top-spec Hyundai Creta on-road price now gets you a panoramic sunroof and the brand’s new Blue Link connectivity suite.
Like on the outside, there’s virtually nothing that the new Creta shares with its predecessor on the inside. The switchgear is shared with the smaller Venue, yet it doesn’t feel out of place. The quality of materials is amongst the best in the segment. The steering wheel is all-new, which is not only a flat-bottom unit but also a four-spoke wheel. The driver sits facing an all-new instrument cluster, replete with analogue dials for the tachometer, fuel gauge, engine temperature, and an extremely informative 7.0-inch coloured MID display.
The 10.25-inch infotainment display is sleek, while the BOSE 8-speaker sound system is amongst the best sounding in the segment. The ventilated seats are a nice inclusion for our weather conditions. Talking about the seats, they are amply comfortable to hold you in place, while they remain to be extremely comfortable for long overhauls.
Engine Specifications & Performance
Replacing the older 1.6-litre units are two new 1.5-litre engines, a 1.5-litre four-cylinder naturally-aspirated petrol (113bhp and 144Nm), and a 1.5-litre four-cylinder diesel (113bhp and 250Nm). While a 6-speed manual is a standard fit for both, the petrol gets an option of a CVT automatic while the diesel gets a 6-speed torque converter automatic as an option.
Good news for the enthusiasts too, as the Hyundai Creta also gets the 1.4-litre T-GDI engine, which is good for 138bhp and 242Nm of torque. This one, however, skips the manual and only comes mated to a 7-speed DCT gearbox. Given that the powertrains are similar to the Seltos, expect the Creta to offer a similar driving experience.