Hyundai India has launched the facelifted Creta for Rs 9.43 lakh, going all the way to Rs 15.03 lakh, ex-Delhi. There is a price hike as opposed to the outgoing version – Rs 15,000 for the lower trims while the upper ones are costlier by Rs 50,000. The trims on offer include E, E+, S, SX, SX (dual tone) and SX (O).
The Hyundai Creta 2018 facelift brings a powered driver’s seat, sunroof, smart band lock-unlock as well as ignition, wireless charging, 17-inch alloys, six airbags and more. In fact, for the additional premium that Hyundai charges on the new Creta, you also get the base E trim with a height adjustable driver’s seat, dual airbags as well as ABS. Orange is the new flavour of the town and Hyundai has added this colour both as a single as well as dual tone option.
This is a facelift and as the name suggests, there are cosmetic changes as well. These include a new grille, fog lamps as well as new front and rear bumpers. All these come together to make the new Hyundai Creta a much more attractive offering. It will go on to compete with the newly launched Renault Captur, Honda BR-V as well as the Maruti S-Scross. The Hyundai is the only one in this pack that offers a 6-speed automatic option on both the petrol as well as diesel engines. Speaking of which, Hyundai continues to offer the Creta with a 90PS 1.4-litre diesel (manual only) , 126PS 1.6-litre diesel and 123PS petrol engine options.