Hyundai Creta Specifications
- Engine1493 - 1498 CC
- Mileage 14 - 18 Kmpl
- TransmissionManual / Automatic
- Fuel TypePetrol / Diesel
- Max Power113.45bhp@4000rpm
- Seating Capacity5
- Drive Type2WD
- Body TypeSUV
Hyundai Creta Features
- Airbags (Driver, Passenger and Side Front)
- Adjustable Front Passenger Seat
- Central Locking
- Power Steering
- Max Torque (250Nm@1500-2750rpm)
Hyundai Creta Car Latest Updates
Hyundai has updated its entire lineup, making 6 airbags standard across all models. The Hyundai Creta has received an "Adventure" edition featuring cosmetic changes to both its exterior and interior. Alongside these updates, the compact SUV now comes equipped with a dual dashcam setup. Additionally, a new Ranger Khaki color option has been introduced exclusively for the Creta Adventure edition. This special edition is based on the Creta's top-spec SX and SX(O) trims, requiring customers to invest an additional Rs 36,000 over the price of each corresponding variant.
Features of Creta
The 2022 Hyundai Creta has eight trim levels including Knight Editions. You can get the base petrol engine with a manual gearbox in the E, EX, S, S+ Knight Edition, SX Executive and SX variants. The iMT is available in a single S trim level, and the iVT can be had in SX, SX(O) and SX(O) Knight Edition variants.
The diesel-powered Creta is offered with a manual transmission in E, EX, S, S+ Knight Edition, SX Executive, SX and SX(O) trim levels. The diesel-automatic combination is available in the top-spec SX(O) and SX(O) Knight Edition trim levels only.
As for the turbo petrol engine, it’s offered in the S+ and SX(O) trim levels. The Creta Knight Edition doesn’t get this engine option.
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Hyundai Creta PriceCreta price in India starts at Rs. 10.87 Lakh for the base model. Creta diesel price starts from Rs. 11.96 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 19.20 Lakh for the top model whereas the top Creta petrol model price goes upto Rs. 17.89 Lakh. Apart from this Creta automatic price start at Rs. 16.32 Lakh and is available in 8 options. Creta comes in 23 variants with 8 colour options.
Price of Creta Diesel, Automatic and other Variants
1497 cc . Petrol . Manual
|Rs. 10.87 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price View On Road Price||View December Offers|
1497 cc . Petrol . Manual
|Rs. 11.81 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price View On Road Price||View December Offers|
Creta E Diesel
1493 cc . Diesel . Manual
|Rs. 11.96 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price View On Road Price||View December Offers|
Hyundai Creta Pros and Cons
Looks have aged well, refined engine and transmission combinations, sophisticated handling and added features
Some features misses like no 360 degree camera, reach adjust for steering, front parking sensors and rain sensing wipers.
The Creta is still the best all-rounder if you are looking for a family SUV. It offers a nice blend of space, practicality, and comfort while being enjoyable to drive as well.
Hyundai Creta Expert Review
So far, 2020 has turned out to be a massive dis, a sentiment that the Creta could share as well. After five years of practically dominating a segment it pioneered, it was recently bumped off the top spot by a very close family member. Perfect timing then for the 2020 Creta to make its appearance.
It’s larger both in terms of length and width and also sits on a longer wheelbase. Of course, there’s a whole set of new features, new pricing, new engine and gearboxes as well. But has Hyundai done enough to put the Creta back in pole position?
A big change and the first one that you will notice is the new rounded design which is part of Hyundai’s new ‘Sensuous Sportiness’ design language -- quite similar to the look of the Venue. Gone are the more boxy proportions that made the Creta famous and quite popular. In its place are large split LED headlamps, a larger grille, and rounded corners that can be a little polarising to some.
Along the sides is where some of the old Creta DNA is still visible in the shape of the shoulder and roofline. But there are new chunky wheel arches and a flashier alloy wheel design. At the rear, the design is more conventional and still retains some boxiness. The only quirky bits that catch your eye are the wide central brake light and the split tail light design.
In terms of sizing, it is longer and wider and sits on a longer wheelbase than the outgoing Creta by a few centimetres but it’s actually a little shorter as well. Still the overall effect of the rounded edges, large split headlamps, and large grill has given the Creta a lot more road presence and we do have to admit that in the flesh it isn’t too harsh on the eyes.
Features and Interiors
We managed to drive both the 1.4-litre turbo petrol with a sportier all-black interior and the SX(O) diesel manual which has a black and off-white design that’s airier. Practically everything on the inside has changed with the new Creta. There’s a new semi-digital dash in front of the driver with a bright full-colour display. The digital screen is nicely laid out and shows you a lot of information including tyre pressures, compass and trip information. The tachometer is an analogue dial but is pushed to the left side and we would have liked it to be a little larger in size.
There’s a new flat-bottom steering wheel that looks nice and in the turbo petrol also comes with paddle shifters. We don't like the ergos of the lower silver spokes though as they foul with your palm when turning lock to lock. Also, the reverse side has an odd texture which you feel on your fingertips when taking turns.
The extensive use of hard plastics both on the dash and on the door pads is also a bit of a downer. To Hyundai’s credit, there are a lot of soft-touch finishes and textures that look good but a few more soft cushioned areas would have made the cabin feel a lot more premium. The fake leather texture complete with fake plastic stitching on the dash, in front of the passenger seat, is quite a letdown.
Thankfully, there are improvements elsewhere. The touchscreen has grown to 10.25-inches and the interface is still nicely designed and easy to navigate while the colours and touch functions are nice and snappy to use. The Creta now gets Blue Link that we have seen on Hyundai’s other connected cars like the Venue and the Elantra. It has the same functions as before like remote engine start/stop, monthly health reports, stolen vehicle tracking, and now even voice commands for opening and closing the panoramic sunroof.
That brings us to another standout feature in the cabin: the new panoramic sunroof. It does a great job of giving the cabin a very spacious vibe, especially in the lighter two-tone interiors of the diesel. But we have some complaints about the way the control button functions. There is a two-stage button that either opens just the sunshade in the first stage or the shade as well as the roof when pressed fully. The first stage is very soft and you can hardly feel it, in fact, you could end up opening the whole roof when you don’t intend to, like when you’re cruising down the highway. Not a drastic problem but a quirk that you’ll have to get used to as an owner.
Hyundai have strangely given a miss to some features that the Kia Seltos, which is based on the same platform gets. Like a head’s up display, reach adjust for the steering rack, center headrest in the rear, 360° camera, front parking sensors and colour adjust for the ambient lighting. It does get one more speaker to the Bose sound system, paddle shifters on the petrol automatic and an electronic parking brake over it’s cousin.
In terms of seating, the front seats are nicely contoured, supportive, as well as air cooled. But the lack of steering reach adjustment means taller drivers may have trouble finding a comfortable driving position. In the rear, you sit a little low, and this allows you to stretch your feet out a bit. There's even one step of seat recline that gives the seat back a nice angle and would be comfortable on long journeys. Tall passengers may complain about a lack of underthigh support though headroom and knee room is comfortable.
While the rest of the dimensions have grown, it isn’t all that good in the interior, in fact, there’s a little less maximum leg and knee room for the front seats. The rear width has increased though with knee room staying roughly the same and this would help in seating three abreast easier. The central console does eat into the central foot room though and there is also no central headrest so we would recommend three in the back only for short distances.
That central console houses aircon vents, a USB charge socket, air purifier, and a place to store your mobile phone. There’s even space in the doors for full-sized water bottles, a central armrest, and still more place to store snacks so either on road trips or chauffeur-driven trips, owners will find the rear a comfortable perch.
The boot of the Creta has grown by 33 litres to 433. It’s not very tall though and this limits the amount of luggage you can fit in here with the parcel tray in place. But with it removed, you can fit in a lot more. The seats fold in a 60-40 split and also fold down helping shift multiple items around.
The new Creta comes with all-new drivetrain options so where there were two diesels and one petrol, we now have two petrols and one diesel engine. The pick of the lot is the 1.4-litre turbo which we’re driving now. At 140PS, it’s the most powerful in the lineup. The engine is nice and peppy across the rev range with plenty of pulling power when you step on the gas. It’s also nice and linear with no perceivable turbo surge but it’s not the kind of engine that will have you chasing the redline either. So it shrugs off daily duties in the city and highway cruises with ease and there’s always more performance for a spirited weekend blast through some corners.
There are also three drive modes: Comfort, Sport and Eco that change the throttle response and gear logic. With Eco, of course, there’s a much gentler throttle response when you press on the accelerator gently but as soon as you push a little harder, there is some nice punch available. So it’s certainly not boring in Eco and that’s a good thing and a pleasant change from the dull Eco modes we’re used to. Comfort works well for all other driving conditions and Sport quickens up throttle response quite a bit so is best left for when you’re in the mood for some spirited driving.
You also get traction control modes, which allow you to adjust the traction control systems depending on the road surface conditions so there’s mud, snow and sand. It’s a helpful aid to have but not something we see too many owners using too often.
We’ve also stepped behind the wheel of the new 1.5 diesel engine. New for the Creta but something we have driven in the Seltos before. It makes less power than the outgoing 1.6-litre engine and even accelerates to 100kmph slower. But where it matters, in 3rd and 4th gear accelerations, the new engine is quicker by almost a second in 3rd gear and almost 3 seconds quicked in 4th gear.
This motor is all about the driveability and also pulls in a very linear manner from low revs without too much of a jump in torque when the turbo kicks in. It’s paired with either a 6-speed manual (which we had) or a conventional 6-speed automatic. It’s a fuss-free driving experience both in the city and on the highway. The highway mileage saw a little drop but the city mileage was a good deal better than the outgoing engine.
Ride and Handling
The Creta has a more sophisticated feeling to it now and the ride is more comfortable and polished than before. In the city, over speed breakers and bigger bumps, the suspension soaks up the impacts in a quiet and unflustered fashion. The cabin insulation has also improved a lot and does an excellent job at keeping road and wind noise out of the experience. Handling has also seen an improvement with the new Creta staying flatter through corners and turning into them nicely too. There is some body roll but it’s very predictable and doesn’t unsettle the car through faster corners. The steering is a little on the slow side but the weight is a big improvement from the light and lifeless wheel feel that we are accustomed to from the brand. The one complaint we have, and it’s a small one, is that there is some movement over smaller undulations at highway speeds that sees some side-to-side movement creep into the cabin.
Overall though, with this new spacious, quiet and comfortable cabin, you get a feeling that the Creta has grown up quite a lot.
In terms of safety, there are six airbags, disc brakes on all four corners, ABS, Vehicle Stability Management, Hill Assist Control, traction control, drive modes, a rear parking camera with dynamic lines, and seatbelt pretensioners with load limiters.
There has been a bit of a jump in the pricing with an increase of just over Rs 3 lakh for petrol and Rs 1.5 lakh for the diesel variants. This is on account of the more powerful and advanced turbo-petrol and dual-clutch auto on the petrol side and an increase in the pricing of the automatics paired with the new diesel. Given the added features and new tech in the drivetrain, this hike is more or less justified and there are some bargains in the variants too. For instance, the top-spec petrol manual is actually Rs 71,000 cheaper than before.
The new Creta feels like it’s lifted its game a step up, and in some ways, even a step and a half up with a more sophisticated ride, comfort and features list. But we’re used to Hyundais being leaders of the pack, especially when it comes to features. And the new Creta does have a few misses in the features department, with no reach adjustment for the steering rack and no auto wipers to name a few. So dominating the segment won’t be a cakewalk but Hyundai has certainly done enough to make you want to test drive the Creta first.
Hyundai Creta User Reviews
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Elegance Meets Power and Precision
The argument for my love for the Hyundai Creta has been sparked by its beautiful appearance and important interpretation. Every ride is usefuland affable because to its important engine and nimble running, and all passengers will have a sumptuous and smooth ride thanks to its ample cabin and high end amenities. With its slice bite features and sophisticated technology, the SUV completely satisfies my reason for both I like more and fineness while still adding a touch of practicality and utility. The Hyundai Creta has surfaced as the zenith of I like more and luxury, raising the bar for what a real SUV can do in tours of appearance and use.Share
The worst car I have ever
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Experience Luxury in Every Mile with Hyundai Creta
With the Hyundai Creta, you can enjoy luxury from afar. This SUV raises the bar for luxury and spaciousness. Long sorties are made ideal by the delicate phraseology and ample cabin. A luxurious and potent driving experience is guaranteed by the Creta's robust machine elections. It's a reliable option for blood jaunts because of the cornucopia of security measures. The Hyundai Creta is the stylish option if you want to ameliorate your SUV driving experience. It's a vehicle that excels at both efficiency and beauty, fusing form and function.The vehicle looks beautiful and has excellent mileage. It also seems respectable.Share
The hyundai creta petrol offers a smooth driving experience with a comfortable ride quality.Its mileage varies, But it generally provides decent fuel efficiency.The pickup is satisfactory, Providing a responsive acceleration.Service costs may vary based on location and maintenance requirements, But hyundai generally offers competitive service pricing.The engine performance is reliable, Offering a good balance of power and efficiency.The build quality of the hyundai creta is commendable, With a well-designed interior and robust exterior.Overall, It's a popular choice in its segment, Offering a blend of performance, Features, And build quality.For the most accurate and up-to-date information, It's advisable to check with a hyundai dealership or refer to the latest user reviews.Share
The Hyundai Creta petrol gives a smooth ride, and it's comfy. The mileage is decent, and it has good pickup for responsive driving. Service costs can vary but are generally competitive. The engine is reliable, balancing power and efficiency. The build quality is commendable, inside and out. Overall, it's a popular choice in its category, combining performance, features, and quality. For the latest info, it's best to check with a Hyundai dealer or read recent user reviews.Share
Comfortable And Feature-Packed SUV
The Hyundai Creta is a comfortable and feature packed compact SUV. I love driving the Creta because of its interiors, responsive engine and long list of comfort and convenience features. The Creta has a spacious and airy cabin with good legroom and headroom for all passengers. The seats are very comfortable on long drives. The powerful petrol and diesel engines are mated to manual and automatic transmissions, giving me the choice to pick the one I prefer. The Creta comes loaded with features like a touchscreen infotainment system, automatic climate control, rear parking sensors and camera that make driving effortless.Share
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Hyundai Creta Mileage
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|Diesel||Manual||18 Kmpl||17 Kmpl|
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Creta
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- The dimensions of the Hyundai Creta are as follows: Length - 4300mm, Width - 1790mm, Height - 1635mm.
- In terms of passenger safety, it gets six airbags, ABS with EBD, electronic stability control (ESC), vehicle stability management (VSM), hill-start assist control (HAC), all wheel disc brakes and ISOFIX child-seat anchors as standard. It also comes with a tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) and a rear parking camera.
- The Hyundai Creta rivals the Kia Seltos, Toyota Hyryder, Maruti Grand Vitara, Volkswagen Taigun, Skoda Kushaq and MG Astor. Its top variants also go up against the Tata Harrier and MG Hector. The Mahindra Scorpio Classic can also be considered a rugged alternative.
- Both cars are good in their own forte. Nexon becomes the default choice if you want space for five and a comfortable ride. However, the Nexon might feel a little rough around the edges if it's polished and the latest tech you're after. On the other hand, The Hyundai Creta is clearly an impressive compact SUV. It is spacious, comfortable, loaded with features, easy to drive, and offered powerful petrol and diesel engine options. Compared to the old car, it is a considerable upgrade, both in terms of drive and feel. Moreover, we suggest you take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your city and brand accordingly for dealership details.
- Skoda Kushaq seems to have nailed the brief in terms of looks, build and design. When it comes to performance, there's little more you could ask for from the two tractable powertrains. It also gets a long list of features, including some premium items too. But there are small hiccups everywhere. The slightly plasticky bits in the cabin, the narrow cabin at the back, lack of more wow features. On the other hand, The Hyundai Creta is clearly an impressive compact SUV. It is spacious, comfortable, loaded with features, easy to drive, and offered powerful petrol and diesel engine options. Compared to the old car, it is a huge upgrade, both in terms of drive and feel. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your city and brand accordingly for dealership details.
- Both the cars are best in their own forte. Renault Kiger offers a great mix of utility, practicality, features, and comfort. The quirky design stands out. Especially in loud colors like red and blue. On the other hand, the Hyundai Creta is clearly an impressive compact SUV. It is spacious, comfortable, loaded with features, easy to drive, and offered powerful petrol and diesel engine options. Compared to the old car, it is a huge upgrade, both in terms of drive and feels. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
Hyundai Creta Car News Updates
Hyundai Creta FAQs
The ex-showroom price of top variant of Hyundai Creta is 19.20 Lakh (Delhi).
The ARAI claimed mileage of Hyundai Creta is 14 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Creta.
The EMI for the base variant of Hyundai Creta in Delhi is Rs. 21,027 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.
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Hyundai Creta Service Cost
|Petrol (5 years)||Rs. 17,938|
|Diesel (5 years)||Rs. 21,057|