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Creta Specifications & Features

Mileage (ARAI)
18.5 kmpl
Ground Clearance
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Wheelbase
2610
Boot Space
433
Displacement
1493
Transmission Type
Automatic
0-100 kmph
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Fuel Type
diesel

Hyundai Creta Key Features

8-speaker Bose sound system
10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system
Panoramic sunroof
Air purifier
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Creta Pricing & Variants

The Hyundai Creta is available in a bunch of variants. It can be had in E, EX, S, S+ Knight, SX (Exe), SX, SX (O) and SX (O) Knight Edition. The 1.5-litre petrol engine with a manual transmission can be had in all variants up till SX, whereas the same engine with the iMT (clutchless manual) can only be had in the S variant. The CVT is reserved for SX and above variants. The 1.4-litre turbo-petrol engine with the DCT can only be had in the S and SX (O) variants. Lastly, the 1.5-litre diesel engine with the manual transmission can be had in all variants up till SX (O) and the automatic version of the same engine can only be had in the SX (O) and SX (O) Knight Edition variants. As far as pricing goes, the petrol variants of the Creta are priced between Rs 10.44 lakh and Rs 18.15 lakh. The diesel variants of the Hyundai SUV are priced between Rs 10.94 lakh and Rs 18.24 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom.
Popular VariantsOn-Road Price*in Delhi-NCR
  • E PetrolBASE VARIANT
    ₹ 12.11 Lakh
    petrolmanual1497 cc16.8 kmpl
  • E Diesel
    ₹ 12.92 Lakh
    dieselmanual1493 cc21.4 kmpl
  • Ex Petrol
    ₹ 13.18 Lakh
    petrolmanual1497 cc16.8 kmpl
  • S Petrol
    ₹ 14.58 Lakh
    petrolmanual1497 cc16.8 kmpl
  • Ex Diesel
    ₹ 15.10 Lakh
    dieselmanual1493 cc
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Creta Expert's Review 4.0

The Hyundai Creta in its current guise first broke ground at the 2020 Auto Expo and went on sale a month after that. In terms of pedigree, the Creta has only been on sale in India since 2015, a relatively short period. Nonetheless, this Hyundai can be called a household name because of the value proposition it brought in when it first arrived on the scene. With the second-generation model, Hyundai has only added to the Creta’s popularity in the Indian market. It competes in the compact SUV space along with the likes of Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara, Kia Seltos, Volkswagen Taigun and Skoda Kushaq. When it comes to the SUV-craze in India, the Hyundai Creta truly set the ball rolling. With this new generation model, Hyundai has tried to position the Creta as a more upscale offering by bringing in premium features, and more vibrant powertrain options. So if you are looking for a feature-rich experience and a comfortable family SUV, then the Hyundai Creta should definitely be on your list of cars to check out. Its range of petrol and diesel powertrains only add to its versatility, allowing one to pick between performance, refinement and fuel efficiency.


Exterior

Design

3/5

Paint Quality

4/5

Panel Gaps

4/5


Interior

Design

4/5

Space

4/5

Comfort

5/5


Safety

No. of Airbags

6

Features

4/5


Performance

Stability

4/5

Eng. Response

5/5

Clutch & Gears

4/5


Pros & Cons of Hyundai Creta

Pros

Extensive feature list

Loads of powertrain options

Diesel engine efficiency

Turbo-petrol performance

Handling and stability

Ride quality

Cons

Lack of soft touch materials inside the cabin

Divisive styling

Price of the top-end variant

Creta User's Review 4.0

"The diesel-auto is a lifesaver. My parents bought me the Creta with the promise that I would have to maintain it on my own and also fill fuel on my own. The Creta’s great efficiency means that my fortnightly tank fill is a breeze on my pocket and Hyundai’s great and affordable service also means that my Creta stays in great shape all the time."

~ Ruchira

"The top-end diesel model is a little excessive and engine noise is quite audible at higher rpms! Apart from that though, my diesel Creta is a good partner-in-crime. The fuel efficiency is so good for a car this size and I enjoy the huge feature list of the Creta. My young daughter loves the panoramic sunroof on our after-dinner drives on the weekends!"

~ Darsh Gupta

"The naturally aspirated petrol engine is so smooth to drive. The iMT option is the cherry on top of this cake as it still gives the feel of driving a manual transmission car, and I don’t have to keep pressing the clutch in heavy traffic."

~ Prashant Kanodia

"My wife loves the Creta and that’s why we picked it. Personally, I don’t like the design so much. The diesel engine is very noisy as well and I don’t expect that in a car that costs more than 20 lakh! I love the touchscreen though. Best in this price bracket that I have used. Waiting to take this out on a highway journey before forming a full opinion."

~ Apurv Kushwaha

"Best purchase ever! I was hesitant in picking between the Creta and the Seltos, but went with the Creta due to Hyundai’s bigger service network. Not only is the service quality top notch, but the feature list of the Creta is the envy of my neighbours. The ride quality is another highlight and the performance of the turbo-petrol engine adds a splash of excitement to my highway drives!"

~ Vridhi Sharma
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F.A.Q.s about Hyundai Creta

Q. What are the engine options available for the Hyundai Creta?

The Hyundai Creta can be had with a 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine, a 1.4-litre turbo-petrol engine or a 1.5-litre diesel engine.


Q. What is the fuel tank capacity of the Hyundai Creta?

The Hyundai Creta has a fuel tank that can take in 50 litres of petrol or diesel.


Q. What is the sound system available on the Hyundai Creta?

The base E variant of the Hyundai Creta altogether misses out on an audio system. All other variants get at least four door speakers and two front tweeters. On the top-end SX (O) and SX (O) Knight Edition variants, Hyundai offers an 8-speaker Bose sound system which also includes a front central speaker and a subwoofer.


Q. What are the power figures of the Hyundai Creta?

The 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine of the Hyundai Creta makes 115PS of max power and 144Nm of peak torque. The 1.4-litre turbo-petrol engine is the more sporty offering and makes a max power output of 140PS and 242Nm of peak torque. The 1.5-litre diesel engine too makes 115PS like the first petrol engine, but it has a way higher peak torque output at 250Nm.


Q. What is the seating capacity of the Hyundai Creta?

The Hyundai Creta can comfortably seat five people inside its cabin.


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