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    Hyundai Creta

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    Hyundai Creta Key Specifications

    Manual, Automatic (CVT), Automatic (Torque Converter) & Automatic (Dual Clutch)
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    Price₹ 10.00 Lakh onwards
    Mileage17 to 21 kmpl
    Engine1353 to 1497 cc
    Transmission
    Fuel TypePetrol & Diesel
    Seating Capacity5 Seater

    Hyundai Creta Summary

    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.

    Hyundai Creta Price

    Hyundai Creta price starts at ₹ 10.00 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 17.68 Lakh. The price of Petrol version for Creta ranges between ₹ 10.00 Lakh - ₹ 17.68 Lakh and the price of Diesel version for Creta ranges between ₹ 10.51 Lakh - ₹ 17.63 Lakh.

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    Creta E 1.5 Petrol

    ₹ 10.00 Lakh
    1497 cc, Petrol, Manual, 17 kmpl
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    Creta E 1.5 Diesel

    ₹ 10.51 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 21 kmpl
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    Creta EX 1.5 Petrol

    ₹ 10.96 Lakh
    1497 cc, Petrol, Manual, 17 kmpl
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    Creta EX 1.5 Diesel

    ₹ 11.91 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 21 kmpl
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    Creta S 1.5 Petrol

    ₹ 12.19 Lakh
    1497 cc, Petrol, Manual, 17 kmpl
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    Creta S 1.5 Diesel

    ₹ 13.19 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 21 kmpl
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    Creta SX 1.5 Petrol

    ₹ 13.93 Lakh
    1497 cc, Petrol, Manual, 17 kmpl
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    Creta SX 1.5 Diesel

    ₹ 14.93 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 21 kmpl
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    Creta SX 1.5 Petrol CVT

    ₹ 15.41 Lakh
    1497 cc, Petrol, Automatic (CVT), 17 kmpl
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    Creta SX (O) 1.5 Diesel

    ₹ 16.22 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 21 kmpl
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    Creta SX 1.5 Diesel Automatic

    ₹ 16.42 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, Automatic (Torque Converter), 19 kmpl
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    Creta SX (O) 1.5 Petrol CVT

    ₹ 16.62 Lakh
    1497 cc, Petrol, Automatic (CVT), 17 kmpl
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    Creta SX 1.4 Turbo 7 DCT

    ₹ 16.63 Lakh
    1353 cc, Petrol, Automatic (Dual Clutch), 17 kmpl
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    Creta SX 1.4 Turbo 7 DCT Dual Tone

    ₹ 16.64 Lakh
    1353 cc, Petrol, Automatic (Dual Clutch), 17 kmpl
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    Creta SX (O) 1.5 Diesel Automatic

    ₹ 17.63 Lakh
    1493 cc, Diesel, Automatic (Torque Converter), 19 kmpl
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    Creta SX (O) 1.4 Turbo 7 DCT

    ₹ 17.68 Lakh
    1353 cc, Petrol, Automatic (Dual Clutch), 17 kmpl
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    Creta SX (O) 1.4 Turbo 7 DCT Dual Tone

    ₹ 17.68 Lakh
    1353 cc, Petrol, Automatic (Dual Clutch), 17 kmpl
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    CarWale's Take

    • Good Things
      • New-gen model comes with the global design language
      • Segment-best features along with connectivity options
      • Available with three engine and gearbox options
    • Could be Better
      • The radical design might not be to everyone’s liking
      • Certain key features only offered with top-spec trims
      • Have gotten slightly expensive over the older model

    Creta Verdict

    Hyundai launched the new-gen Creta in the Indian market aiming to gain back its segment-leader position which was lost to the Kia Seltos. Available across 14 trims with three engine and gearbox options, the Creta continues to be one of the most feature-laden SUV. Although the new design might take some time getting used to, the strong brand-following the Creta enjoys in India should continue with the new model.

    Creta Review

    Living with the Hyundai Creta

    Introduction

    In the era of small SUVs for the Indian market, there are two phases. Pre-Creta and post-Creta. Before the Creta, the compact SUV and sub-four-metre segment had a few minor players with the two most significant names being the Ford EcoSport and the Renault Duster. Now, nearly six years later, there are eight sub-four-metre SUVs and by the end of the year, eight SUVs in the same segment as the Creta. A part of this is down to the global demand for SUVs but also due to the way the Creta raised the bar when it was launched.

    Left Front Three Quarter

    How has one car changed the game so much? Well, we spent some time with the second generation Creta to understand it as a product and what makes it tick and here is what we found.

    How practical is it?

    This second-generation Creta has grown in dimensions as compared to the previous generation model and this has benefitted the car in terms of interior space. The length and wheelbase have grown by 30mm which may not seem like a lot on paper but once you get inside, the extra room is noticeably visible.

    Dashboard

    In terms of storage space, you get 1.0-litre bottle holders in both the door pockets as well as one in the centre console which also has a rectangular-shaped slot that looks suited for a juice box or your cell phone.  The armrest has a storage space while you also get a cooled glove box in this top-spec SX(O) variant that we are reviewing which is a boon in a country like ours where having something cool to drink on a hot day can come as a blessing.

    Driver Side Front Door Pocket

    The additional space can be felt the most at the rear where even for someone of my size there’s more than enough knee room and this with the driver’s seat adjusted to my preferred position. 

    Second Row Seats

    You can do two at the back in great comfort or three abreast but a little squeezed up with the middle passenger having to deal with the central air vents as well as storage space-cum-USB charging point.

    Open Boot/Trunk

    The boot at 433-litres is segment standard and can be expanded via a 60:40 split-folding function. As is evidenced by this picture, it is good for one massive suitcase and a duffel bag or a bunch of smaller bags (duffel included) that would be having you playing a bit of luggage Tetris to fit everything. The boot also gets a parcel shelf which is massive and positioned at a height that doesn’t block your visibility when you need to look behind.

    What’s on the feature list?

    Infotainment System

    Hyundai’s perfect poker hand is, of course, its feature list and this has always been their USP when it comes to their cars and this top-of-the-line SX (O) that we are driving is loaded to the gills. At this price point, there’s the usual list of niceties like climate control with rear AC vents, all power windows, power ORVMs, auto-dimming IRVM, cruise control, touchscreen infotainment system with a 10-inch display, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.

    USB Port/AUX/Power Socket/Wireless Charging

    Then there are the extra bits that set this car apart which includes the likes of ambient lighting, eight-way power driver’s seat, tyre pressure monitoring system, air purifier, wireless charger, Hyundai BlueLink tech, panoramic sunroof, Bose sound system with eight speakers and even an app that lets you control some functions via your smart watch.

    Sunroof/Moonroof

     One of the features we particularly enjoyed was the integrated voices command recognition. As a part of the Blue Link technology, there are over 50 present commands that perform various functions which in the case our photograph is the operation of the sunroof. This is very useful on the go as you don’t have to take your hands off the wheel or if you are being chauffeured, then you can use the cabin without disturbing the chauffeur.  

    What’s the Fuel Efficiency like?

    Engine Shot

    This Hyundai Creta that we drove uses a 1.5-litre diesel producing 113bhp/250Nm with a six-speed manual sending power to the front wheels. This same engine can also be had with a six-speed automatic. In real-world conditions (MT) we got 12.6kmpl in the city and 18.9kmpl on the highway.

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    Apart from the diesel, this Creta can also be had with a 1.5-litre petrol producing 112bhp/144Nm mated to either a six-speed manual or a six-speed CVT. The sporty option is, of course, a 1.4-litre GDi petrol that produces 138bhp/242Nm and can only be had with a seven-speed DCT.

    How does it perform on the daily commute?

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    The advantage with a car the size of the Creta is that it’s big enough for you to have a presence in traffic but not so big that it becomes an issue for you to commute on our roads making it simple enough for you to judge gaps when you need to wind your way around slow-moving traffic.

    Left Rear Three Quarter

    There’s more than sufficient torque from the 1.5-litre diesel engine with the torque kicking in post the2000rpm mark and give you a nice linear surge for quick overtakes or when you need to get up to speed. The strength of this engine lies in a very strong mid-range which is a boon in traffic as you don’t need to keep rowing through the gears to stay in the thick of the action. The steering is light and easy to use but is devoid of feel at the dead ahead position. What’s more, it requires three-turns to go from lock-to-lock which despite its light nature feels like a task if you need to make a U-turn in a tight space or parallel park on a busy road.

    Left Front Three Quarter

    The low-speed ride is on the firm side thanks in part to the 215/60 tyres and R17 wheels which are specific to the SX and SX (O) variants. But this is not bone-jarring or passenger displacing and most of whatever is there on the road is absorbed and dampened quite well. Finally, in city conditions, insulation is pretty good in the Creta with most of the outside world being filtered out and in fact, it’s only because this is a diesel that you hear some of the clatters in the cabin.     

    How is it for the weekend?

    This aspect must be looked at with two parameters in mind- cabin experience and driving quality.

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    Cabin experience 

    As we said in the practicality section, the Creta has grown over its predecessor and consequently has got a larger cabin making it a good space for four to travel in great comfort and for five to be comfortable but with the added benefit of getting to know each other. It’s loaded to the gills with features, practical spaces the likes of which even includes a two-step recline function for the second row (SX and SX (O) only). There’s no sense of claustrophobia as the interiors are beige and with a large glass area and panoramic sunroof you are never going to be short on light coming into the cabin.

    Right Rear Three Quarter

    A slightly weak link in what is otherwise a good deal is the boot, as we said before, at 433-litres it is segment standard but due to the high floor there’s not much it can carry and this becomes a challenge if you want to recline the rear seats with a full boot. 

    Left Front Three Quarter

    Driving quality 

    Out on the highway, the Creta’s driving manners make it an able cruiser to cover the distances. The six-speed manual lets you sit at three-digit speeds comfortably all day without losing a step and will even give you numbers like an 820km DTE (diesel) making one tank last far longer than you would expect. This also makes it an economical car to run if covering long distances is a regular thing on your agenda.

    Instrument Cluster

    The high-speed ride is quite good with good dampening even on the lumpy concrete roads that are fast becoming commonplace across the country. The Creta for what it handles decently if you factor in the response from the light steering, its size, a high centre of gravity and a driving style where you plan your moves well in advance especially in the twisties.

    Conclusion

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    There’s a lot to be impressed with the Creta when you look at what it has to offer be it in terms of features, engine options or even colours. It’s not the most dynamic car to drive but what it lacks in dynamism, it makes up in other departments. If we had to nitpick, we would say that since Hyundai has managed to sell so many Cretas, if you bought one, yours would be one of the many in a sea of vehicles.

    Front View

    The Hyundai Creta range comprises of 17 variants across three engines, four gearbox options and 10 colour schemes of which two are dual-tone packages. At the time of writing this story, the range is priced from Rs 11.23 lakh to Rs 20.75 lakh (on-road Delhi). It competes against the likes of the Nissan Kicks, Renault Duster, Kia Seltos, Maruti Suzuki S-Cross as well as cars like the Mahindra XUV500, MG Hector and Tata Harrier.

    Photos: Kaustubh Gandhi

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    Creta Colours

    Hyundai Creta 2021 is available/sold in the following colours in India.

    Typhoon silver
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    Hyundai Creta Mileage

    Fuel TypeTransmissionARAI Mileage

    Petrol

    (1497 cc)

    Manual17 kmpl

    Diesel

    (1493 cc)

    Manual21 kmpl

    Petrol

    (1497 cc)

    Automatic (CVT)17 kmpl

    Diesel

    (1493 cc)

    Automatic (Torque Converter)19 kmpl

    Petrol

    (1353 cc)

    Automatic (Dual Clutch)17 kmpl

    FAQs About Hyundai Creta

    Q: What is the on road price of Creta?

    The on-road price of Creta in Delhi starts at ‎₹ 11.28 Lakh and goes upto ‎₹ 19.96 Lakh. The on road price is made up of ex-showroom price, RTO registration, road tax and insurance amount.

    Q: Which car is better between Creta and Seltos?

    Creta price starts at ₹ 10.00 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with 1497 cc engine. Whereas Seltos price starts at ₹ 9.95 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with 1497 cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: What is price of Creta top model?

    Top model of Creta is SX (O) 1.4 Turbo 7 DCT Dual Tone and the ex-showroom for Creta SX (O) 1.4 Turbo 7 DCT Dual Tone is ₹ 17.68 Lakh.

    Q: What is the mileage of Hyundai Creta?

    The Hyundai Creta mileage is 17 - 21 kmpl.

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      Great car with finest interior, great body build and specially handling of the car is at par. No engine noise but lacks power compared to its segment. Overall. A good product.
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    • Best car
      Best car with best mileage, interior, exterior, design, performance etc. It's the best car upto 20 lakhs.
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      Hyundai is a reliable brand for after sales service . Build quality of car is pretty decent and also has decent power delivery and good comfortable seating. Go for it without much thinking
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    Hyundai Creta Price in India

    CityOn-Road Prices
    Mumbai₹ 11.69 Lakh onwards
    Bangalore₹ 12.08 Lakh onwards
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