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The second generation Hyundai Creta was unveiled in China as the ix25 and will most likely be the same car that will come to India next year....read full review
The Hyundai Creta has now entered its second generation and was first showcased at the 2020 Auto Expo. It’s the king of the D-segment and is offered in 14 variants across three engine and gearbox options.
On the outside, it gets distinctive highlights in the form of three dimensional cascading grille with muscle like vertical and horizontal patterns and sculpted bumper with skid plates. The flared wheel arches with thoughtfully crafted crease lines enhance its overall appeal.
The vehicle gets two boomerang shaped LED DRLs, LED Head Lamps and smartly positioned fog lamps to give the SUV a futuristic look. The new Creta gets class-leading features like panoramic sunroof, LED headlamps and enhanced Bluelink 1.5. The unveiled vehicle featured blacked-out windows and windscreens and more details about the interior will be known closer to its launch date.
The Creta is offered with BS6 compliant petrol and diesel engine options. The standard petrol motor is a 1.5-litre producing 112bhp/144Nm and can be had with a CVT or a six-speed manual. The more exciting petrol motor is a 1.4-litre Turbo GDi unit producing 138bhp/242Nm and is only being offered with a seven-speed DCT. The sole diesel on offer is a 1.5-litre four-cylinder unit producing 113bhp/250Nm and can be had with a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic.
The Hyundai Creta is the most successful car in the segment since it was launched in 2015 and took the segment by a storm thanks to its combination of powerful engines and strong feature list. It’s a rival to the likes of the Kia Seltos, Nissan Kicks, Renault Duster and Captur as well as cars like the MG Hector and Tata Harrier.