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Hyundai Creta

Hyundai Creta is a 5 seater SUV car with 1.5L diesel engine and 1.5L petrol engines. Creta price in India ranges between Rs. 10.99 Lakh to 20.14 Lakh. The claimed mileage of Creta is 17.4 Kmpl on petrol and 21.8 Kmpl on diesel. The car is available in both manual and automatic transmission. The ground clearance of Creta is 190 mm. It is available in 28 variants and 7 beautiful colours. Considering the price and specs the Creta is a tough competition to Honda Elevate, Kia Seltos and Maruti Brezza.
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Rs. 10.99 - 20.14 Lakh (Showroom Price in Delhi)
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Hyundai Creta Specifications

  • Engine1482 - 1497 CC
  • Mileage17.7 - 21.8 Kmpl
  • TransmissionManual / Automatic
  • Fuel TypePetrol / Diesel
  • Max Power157.57bhp@5500rpm
  • Seating Capacity5
  • Drive TypeFWD
  • Body TypeSUV
  • Ground Clearance190 mm

Creta Car Features

  • Airbags (Driver, Passenger and Side Front)
  • ABS
  • AC
  • Central Locking
  • Power Steering
  • Max Torque (253Nm@1500-3500rpm)
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Hyundai Creta Car Latest Updates

The much-awaited Creta N-Line is all set to be launched on March 11, 2024, only a few months after the Hyundai Creta facelift was launched. The SUV is basically the sportier version of the Creta and has updates similar to the Hyundai Venue N-Line and i20 N-Line. The model was recently spotted undisguised during an ad shoot.

The Hyundai Creta has achieved a sales milestone of 10 lakh units ever since its launch in 2015 The recently launched 2024 Creta facelift has already recorded 60,000 bookings within a month of its introduction.

The 2024 Hyundai Creta facelift has been launched at a starting price of Rs 11 lakh (ex-showroom). It’s the first facelift for the India-spec model, which gets an updated design with India-specific cues, setting it apart from the model sold globally. Overall, it boasts a more muscular look with a squarer grille, full-width LED DRL, and connected taillights.

Features of Creta

The 2024 Hyundai Creta comes equipped with a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, a 10.25-inch digital driver’s display, dual-zone climate control, a panoramic sunroof, cruise control, and ventilated front seats. It also features connected car tech and a wireless phone charger. Safety features include six airbags, ABS with EBD, a 360-degree camera with parking sensors, and electronic stability control. Additionally, it gets ADAS features such as blind-spot detection, forward collision avoidance assist, and rear collision avoidance assist.

Creta Engine

The Hyundai Creta 2024 is offered with three engine options: a 115 PS/144 Nm 1.5-litre naturally aspirated (NA) petrol engine, a 160 PS/253 Nm 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine, and a 116 PS/250 Nm 1.5-litre diesel engine. Transmission options include a 6-speed manual, a 7-speed DCT, a 6-speed AT, and a CVT. The 2024 Creta delivers claimed fuel efficiency figures of 17.4 kmpl (MT) and 17.7 kmpl (CVT) with a 1.5-litre NA petrol engine, 21.8 kmpl (MT) and 19.1 kmpl (AT) with a 1.5-litre diesel engine, and 18.4 kmpl with a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine. It measures 4330 mm in length, 1790 mm in width, 1635 mm in height and has a wheelbase of 2610 mm.

Creta Rivals

It locks horns with the Kia Seltos, Skoda Kushaq, VW Taigun, MG Astor, Tata Harrier, Honda Elevate, and select variants of the Mahindra XUV700.

Creta Variants

It is offered in seven broad trims: E, EX, S, S (O), SX, SX Tech, and SX (O).

Colour options include: Abyss Black Pearl, Atlas White, Fiery Red, Ranger Khaki, Robust Emerald Pearl, Titan Grey, and a dual-tone option of Atlas White with Abyss Black roof.

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Hyundai Creta Price

Hyundai Creta price starts from Rs. 10.99 Lakh and the top model price goes upto Rs. 20.14 Lakh. Creta diesel models price starts from Rs. 12.44 Lakh whereas the top Creta petrol model price goes upto Rs. 20.14 Lakh. Apart from this Creta automatic price start at Rs. 15.82 Lakh and is available in 9 options. Creta comes in 28 variants with 7 colour options.

Price of Creta Diesel, Automatic and other Variants

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Creta E

1497 cc . Petrol . Manual
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Creta EX

1497 cc . Petrol . Manual
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Rs. 12.17 Lakh
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Creta E Diesel

1493 cc . Diesel . Manual
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Creta Car Pros and Cons

  • Creta Advantages

    Updated styling isn’t as polarising - Looks expensive!; Improved interior design & quality makes in-cabin experience richer, Loaded with features: dual 10.25” displays, Level 2 ADAS, panoramic sunroof etc.

  • Creta Disadvantages

    Boot is shallow, best suited to small trolley bags, Limited variants for automatic - Turbo engine available in a single variant.

  • Expert's Conclusion

    The reasons to consider or reject the Creta have not changed. Despite the increase in price, the reasons to consider have simply become stronger.

Hyundai Creta Expert Review

The Hyundai Creta is a compact SUV, available in the Rs 12-22 lakh price range. The SUV is among the bestsellers among the competition, which includes the Kia Seltos, Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara, Toyota Hyryder, Volkswagen Taigun, Skoda Kushaq, Honda Elevate, Citroen C3 AirCross and MG Astor. For a similar price, you could also consider sedan alternatives such as the Hyundai Verna, Honda City, Volkswagen Virtus, and Skoda Slavia. Also, if you want a larger SUV for similar money, and are willing to compromise on a few features, the mid-spec models of the Tata Harrier, MG Hector and Mahindra XUV700 can also be considered. 


Hyundai has updated the design of the Creta thoroughly. It bears no resemblance to the previous model, except when viewed from the side. 

The front profile now appears taller and wider, thanks to the new bonnet with stronger lines, the new lighting elements and the larger grille. Hyundai has used dark chrome instead of shiny chrome on the grille, which looks classy — especially paired with darker body colours. There are inverted L-shaped daytime running lamps up top, connected by a light bar that functions as the pilot lamp. Under the daytime running lamps, you’ll spot sequential turn indicators. 

Hyundai claims to have worked on complaints of poor headlight performance on the old model. There’s a large LED headlight unit on the bumper. There are claims of better and stronger lighting, and first observations about the headlights are positive. They seem a little more powerful than before. Here too, Hyundai has skipped out on fog lamps entirely. 

The side profile is instantly recognisable as a Creta, thanks to the silver trim above the windows. Hyundai has opted to keep the tyre size the same as before. However, the 17-inch alloy wheels on the top-end model now have a new design. 

From the rear, most would be happy to see that the controversial design has been changed to something that’s pleasing to most eyes. A large connected tail lamp is the centre of attention, and there are slim sequential indicators here too. Oddly, there’s a single central reverse lamp that’s placed quite low on the bumper. This can be a little hard to spot in malls or parking lots. 

Overall, the Creta is now less controversial than before. If you were not sure about the older Creta’s looks, this one most certainly will change your opinion. 


The updated dashboard design is yet another reason to favour the Creta. Hyundai has neatly sliced the dashboard into two sections. The lower section, including the glovebox, wireless charging compartment and gear lever area, remains unchanged. The upper section, however, has been redone entirely, for a more upmarket look. This has also enabled Hyundai to give a small storage space right above the glovebox. 

With the previous version, we did not like the interior quality, especially on top of the dashboard. This has been fixed with a smooth, almost rubber-like texture on the dashboard which feels nice to touch. The choice of colours is interesting — with off-white, grey and copper highlights. There’s a lot of piano/gloss black surfaces here, around the new AC vents and around the climate control console — all of which are prone to picking up a lot of scratches. 

Hyundai has chosen a muted grey-white theme for the upholstery which looks and feels premium. In terms of space, there’s nothing new to report. The front seats remain comfortable for six-footers and there’s ample adjustment in the tilt-telescopic steering and the 8-way powered driver’s seat for you to find a relaxed driving position. The prominent side bolsters will do their bit in reducing tiredness over long drives. 

At the rear, a six-footer can sit comfortably. There’s ample kneeroom, foot room, and headroom. Hyundai continues to use a flat seat base and seat back, which allows the Creta to accommodate a third occupant at the rear with a little more ease. Surprisingly, Hyundai still does not offer a central headrest. 

You get the option of reclining the rear seats for more comfort. Additionally, there’s a central armrest with cupholders, two type-C chargers, and a privacy curtain. 

Boot Space

At 433 litres, the boot space remains unchanged. This boot is shallow and wide. It is wiser to carry multiple small trolley bags instead of a single large ones. We could fit in a medium size and two cabin trolley bags with a little space left for a backpack. Alternatively, four cabin trolley bags will also fit comfortably in this boot. There’s 60:40 split functionality, in case you have to carry more luggage. 


The features list of the Creta remains more or less identical. Highlights include: 

Keyless Entry

Push-Button Star-Stop

8-Way Powered Driver’s Seat

Leatherette Upholstery

Front-Seat Ventilation

Wireless Charger

10.25” Touchscreen

8-speaker Bose Sound System

Ambient Lighting

Panoramic Sunroof

With the update, there are a few key additions: 



10.25” Digital Driver’s Display

Crisp resolution, great response time. Among the best in the segment. Gets configurable themes as well.

360° Camera

Clear feed even in low light conditions. Relays feed to the instrument cluster while indicating. Flawless execution. 

Dual-Zone Climate Control

Driver and passenger can select individual temperatures — functions as intended. 


Hyundai claims to have made structural changes to the Creta. This includes higher use of advanced high strength and high strength steel in the body of the car. There are reinforcements made to critical areas too. Considering the Verna scored a full five stars in Global NCAP, we have high hopes from the updated Creta. 

All variants of the Creta get a host of safety features as standard. This includes:

6 Airbags

ABS with EBD

Electronic Stability Control

Hill Start Assist

Vehicle Stability Control

ISOFIX Child seat Mounts

Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

Rear Disc Brakes

The top-spec variants also get Level 2 ADAS functionality which functions with inputs from a front-facing camera, radar and rear radars as well. This opens up a variety of safety features.


Test Notes

Adaptive Cruise Control

Maintains speed and distance basis the vehicle in front. Four selectable distances. Minimum distance keeps a gap of ~1.5 car length. Feels confidence inspiring and usable on Indian highways. 

Lane Keep Assist

Front facing camera reads the lane marking and keeps the vehicle in centre of the lane. Will steer automatically to the centre in case you deviate off track unintentionally or attempt to change lane without indicating.

Functions as intended. Steering intervention is strong, but not surprising. 

Forward Collision Warning

Warns you to brake in case of a possible frontal collision. Works satisfactorily.

Auto Emergency Braking

Applies brakes in case you don’t. Braking is expectedly sudden and strong. Feels dependable. 

Rear Cross Traffic Alert/Safe Exit Warning

Detects objects/vehicles behind the vehicle. Helpful when reversing out of a spot or exiting the vehicle. Alerts are sharp and timely. Brakes are applied in case of possible collision. 

Blind Spot Detection

Bright red light on the mirror notifies you of vehicles in your blindspot. Detects bikers and cyclists accurately. 


Hyundai is offering three engine options with the Creta: a 1.5-litre petrol (with manual/CVT), 1.5-litre diesel (with manual/automatic), and a new 1.5-litre turbo-petrol (DCT only). 

1.5-litre Petrol

This engine is shared with the Verna, Seltos, and Carens. It’s well-established for its refinement, ease-of-driving, and fuel economy. If you intend to mostly commute in your Creta, and highway trips are going to be sparse, this engine is the one to pick. We would recommend the CVT version, since it makes driving that much easier. This engine is best suited for a relaxed driving style. Overtakes on the highway will require a little planning. 

You can expect a fuel economy of around 12-14 kmpl in the city, and between 16-18 kmpl on the highway. 

1.5-litre Turbo Petrol

The turbo-petrol has made a comeback in the new Creta. This is the energetic, enthusiast pick of the lot. The response of the engine, especially in Sport mode, is instant. It’s properly quick, and you will find yourself at the speed limit rather effortlessly. Pick this engine if you enjoy driving. Do bear in mind that this engine, especially paired with the DCT, isn’t particularly fuel efficient inside heavy city traffic. Do not be surprised if you average anywhere between 9-11kmpl. It will be more fuel efficient on the open highways, averaging between 15-17kmpl. 

1.5-litre Diesel

This engine is the true all-rounder in the lineup, offering the best balance. It’s smooth, powerful and fuel-efficient all at the same time. Even in the manual version, the clutch is light and predictable, making it easy to drive. Here too we would recommend the automatic. This engine is the one to pick if you foresee a lot of interstate driving. The advantage in terms of fuel efficiency will balance out the additional cost. 

You can expect the diesel engine to return 12-14 kmpl inside the city, and approximately 18-20 kmpl on the highway. 

Ride and Handling

The Creta continues to remain a comfortable vehicle to travel in. Hyundai has tuned the suspension well to absorb shocks from bad roads and undulations. At moderate speeds, there’s very little body movement even over rough surfaces. It’s only when the roads stop existing that the Creta shows some side-to-side movement at crawling speeds. Highway stability is acceptable. It remains composed at triple-digit speeds on smooth roads. 

The steering is light and quick. Apt for city use. There’s enough weight for highway journeys too. Through corners, the Creta remains neutral and predictable. There’s some expected body roll, but nothing that can cause you to be nervous. 


The Creta remains a phenomenal family car. It’s well-built and finished, has ample space and has the right kind of features that one would expect from a vehicle of this size and price. 

The Hyundai Creta was never exceptional in one single aspect. It did a lot of things just right or a little more than right. With this update, the reasons to consider or reject the Creta have not changed, and despite the increase in price, the reasons to consider have simply become stronger. 

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Hyundai Creta Colours

Hyundai Creta car is available in 7 exciting colours options like Atlas White, Ranger Khaki, Fiery Red, Robust Emerald Pearl, Atlas White With Abyss Black, Titan Grey and Abyss Black.
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Hyundai Creta Mileage

The mileage of Hyundai Creta starts from 17.4 Kmpl to 21.8 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Creta Petrol Manual is 17.4 Kmpl and for the Creta Diesel Manual is 21.8 Kmpl. In Automatic the claimed ARAI mileage of Creta Petrol is 18.4 Kmpl and for the Creta Diesel Automatic is 19.1 Kmpl.
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Diesel Automatic 19.1 Kmpl
Diesel Manual 21.8 Kmpl
Petrol Automatic 18.4 Kmpl
Petrol Manual 17.4 Kmpl

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Creta

Q. What is the ground clearance of Hyundai Creta?
  • The ground clearance of Hyundai Creta is 190 in mm, 19 in cm, 7.49 in inches and 0.62 in feet.
Q. What is the boot space in Hyundai Creta?
  • You can add 3 bags of 55L each
  • The boot space in Hyundai Creta is 433.
Q. What is the mileage of Hyundai Creta?
  • The mileage of Hyundai Creta ranges from 17.4 Kmpl to 21.8 Kmpl.
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Hyundai Creta FAQs

What is the price of the top variant of Hyundai Creta?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Hyundai Creta is 20.14 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Hyundai Creta?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Hyundai Creta is 18.4 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Creta.

What is the EMI of Hyundai Creta in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Hyundai Creta in Delhi is Rs. 21,277 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Hyundai Creta?

The top 3 competitors of Hyundai Creta are Tata Punch EV, Tata Tigor EV and Citroen eC3.

What is the ground clearance of Hyundai Creta?

The ground clearance of Hyundai Creta is 190 mm.

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