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Hyundai Creta Latest Updates

Hyundai has started testing the 2020 Creta on Indian roads. Spied for the first time, it features revamped styling in line with the company’s new Sensuous 2.0 design theme.

The front end is dominated by a huge cascading grille and split LED headlamps. In profile, the test mule featured 10-spoke single-tone alloy wheels and a similar glass house as the current-gen model. And while the rear end was heavily camouflaged, we expect it to get split rear tail lamps like the iX25.

Inside, the next-gen Creta is expected to get a Tesla-esque touchscreen infotainment system just like the iX25.

Under the hood, the 2020 Creta is expected to borrow the BS6-compliant 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engines from the upcoming Kia Seltos. The petrol unit develops 115PS and 144Nm while the diesel engine churns out 115PS and 250Nm.

The 2020 Creta is expected to be launched in India by mid-2020. Expect a premium over the current model, which retails from Rs 9.60 lakh to Rs 15.65 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Hyundai Creta Price

Hyundai Creta prices start at Rs. 10.00 lakh for petrol and goes upto Rs. 14.18 lakh. The prices of Creta diesel variants start at Rs. 10.00 lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 15.67 lakh. Hyundai Creta is available in 16 variants and 9 colours.

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Hyundai Creta Variants Price List

Creta 1.6 E Plus Petrol
15.8 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
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Creta 1.4 E Plus Diesel
22.1 kmpl | Diesel | Manual
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Editor's View of Hyundai Creta

  • Upside

    Great SUV looks in a small package. Nice refined engine options which include two diesel options. Great features like ventilated seats, 17-inch alloys and a sunroof in the top variant.

  • Downside

    Strange feature misses like ISOFIX not standard across the range. Ride quality over bad roads.

  • Our Verdict

    The Creta is expensive. But, it feels like you’re getting your money’s worth. It’s well-built, has a comfortable ride, enough gizmos to keep you occupied and a brilliant set of engines. You’ll have trouble upgrading from this one.

Hyundai Creta Colours

  • Stardust
  • Sleek Silver
  • Polar White
  • Polar White With Phantom Black
  • Phantom Black
  • Passion Orange
  • Passion Orange Dual Tone
  • Mariana Blue
  • Fiery Red

Hyundai Creta Highlights


Hyundai Creta is available in 6 petrol and 7 diesel variants. The claimed mileage for the Creta Petrol is 15.8 kmpl and for Creta Diesel is 22.1 kmpl. In technical specification, Hyundai Creta 1.6 E (Base Petrol) is powered by 1591 cc engine delivering 121.3 PS power and 151 Nm torque whereas Creta 1.4 E Plus (Base Diesel) is powered by 1396 cc engine delivering 88.7 PS power and 220 Nm torque. Dimensionally, Creta stacks under 4.27-metre of length and features 400-liter of boot space. It also comes with 10 manual and 3 automatic transmission variants at a staring price of Rs. 9.44 lakh and Rs. 13.20 lakh respectively.

Exterior and Interior

With the facelift, the Creta’s design hasn’t changed dramatically. It still looks like the lovable mid-size SUV it always was, but with a few nip and tucks. The biggest update is on the face, where the wider cascade grille takes centre stage. Naturally, the bumper has been altered to accommodate the newer grille, and with its flowy character lines, it looks a touch more aggressive than before. Also new are the headlamps. The shape remains the same, but Hyundai has tweaked the detailing, and moved the daytime running lamp from the base of the headlamp to around the fog lamp. Save for the face, there are no major changes. Hyundai has given the Creta a new set of 17-inch alloy wheels, a new rear bumper (with a prominent faux skid plate) and reworked tail lamps. The facelift does add a dose of freshness (especially in the new orange and blue hues), but we were expecting some more wow by way of LED lighting.

The biggest change to the cabin of the Creta sits right above your head! Oh yes! In the top-spec manual and automatic versions, you get an electric sunroof. Other updates include a new MID (multi information display), a powered driver seat and wireless charging. Hyundai is also offering a wearable key they like to call the H-Band that also doubles up as a fitness tracker. In terms of space, it’s no different compared to the outgoing version. The cabin is still quite narrow, especially at the rear, which makes it a four-seater in our books. We’ve got no major complaints from the cabin otherwise - it’s built well and ergonomically sound as well. Goodies you expect in this price range including automatic climate control, a touchscreen infotainment system, cruise control ad rear air-conditioning is bundled in. However, a few features such as auto headlamps and wipers are strangely missing from the Creta. In terms of safety, the top-spec Creta gets six airbags, ABS with EBD, Hill Assist and electronic stability program. Strangely, ISOFIX child seat mounts are offered only in the top-spec automatic model. All other variants get dual airbags and ABS as part of the safety kit.


If you want a Creta, you get to pick between five variants - E, E+, S, SX and SX (O). While the petrol engine is available across variants, you get the 1.4 diesel only in the E+ (there’s no E) and S variants. The 1.6 diesel is available with a manual transmission in the SX and SX (O) variant, and with an automatic transmission in the S and SX variant. Notably, the top-spec automatics borrow some features such as the sunroof and 17-inch alloy wheels from the top-spec manuals. If you’re slightly confused, we don’t blame you. If you’re on a budget, pick the S variant, and if you aren’t the SX variant should meet all your needs. Of course, no one’s stopping you from splurging and going all out.


Renault Duster: The car that started it all, the Renault Duster is the only modern crossover in the segment to feature an AWD system. Its butch design, adequate space, CVT transmission (petrol), AMT (diesel) and all-weather ability make it score a lot of brownie points in the segment. Interior quality and limited service network make it less appealing.

Honda BR-V: Honda's offering in the segment is essentially a jacked up Mobilio with some mechanical changes to compensate for the raised stance. It is one of the only crossovers here that can seat seven people.

Nissan Terrano: The Duster's better-looking cousin (for some), the Terrano suffers from being too overpriced for its own good. It does get a diesel AMT variant, which is a good option for those looking for a convenient urban SUV.

Renault Captur: The Captur brings some style to a segment of boxy SUVs. If you want to stand out in the crowd or while munching highway miles - the big Renault is worth a dekko!

Maruti S-Cross: Heavily underrated for what it can do. Yes, it doesn’t have that lunatic 1.6-litre diesel engine anymore, but you can’t fault it for space, ride or features. What more do you want?

Hyundai Creta User Reviews

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Rajiv Ranjan
Rajiv Ranjan 3.0 6 Apr 2019

I have purchased Creta Petrol Executive in Mar-19. When you will go through the creta catalog, you will see a lot of attractive features,but will you get those features ..no absolutely not. Hyundai has launched many variant of creta...each have some stand apart features but no version have got all those features. I have purchased petrol top model but it misses on many features such as, Cons of this top model: 1. No voice command- You cannot call anyone through voice command. You need to stop your vehicle to call someone from your contact list. You can only call recent dialed number through pressing a botton on steering twice . This is a big feature miss. No Hyundai have this features which is a common in s cross, Ford eco etc.2. No Auto link- Creta catalog have a dedicated page for auto link which will help monitor your vehicle health and driving pattern. But this is limited to Dual tone varient only. Creta Executive doesn"t have this feature. A big miss again.3. No child seat anchor points: This model doesn"t have this. Only automatic transmission features child seat mount. Again a big miss for creat ex.4. No 60:40 split seat: If your child wants to play inside car then this one is a great features. Even in case of three person and big luggage this feature helps. This is missing in Creta Executive.5. No Remote boot opener- it is not there though featured in it"s catalog.6. No voice recognition for GPS : A big miss again. You need connect to Android auto for voice recognition . This doesn"t work. System will always tell you " I couldn"t understand but I can learn". Disappointing.7. Low powered petrol version: don"t go by engine size . 1.6 litre petrol is fuel hungry but powerless specially when you climb an incline.8. No light in vanity mirror: My wife always tells me why it is not there when other low budget cars have this.9. No Auto retract rear view mirror: Rear view mirror doesn"t get retracted upon locking the vehicle this makes the ORVM damage prone. This feature is prevent in other cars like i20.10. Useless Mirror link: This is a feature for making Creta catalog attractive but this is useless. This comes on outdated phones which no one carry. Upon insisting, Hyundai sent a outdated phone model of 2017 which supports mirror link.11. No Tyre pressure monitoring system: This is a good safety feature specially for them who fail to recognize if their Tyre has low or no air. This can prevent a lot of accident upon Tyre air leak. Missing features in Creta.12. No 4 wheel drive: Though this is also not common in other cars.13. Hill hold not of any use: This feature is not of any use as I have experienced. I often run in hilly roads.It gives around 1 second hold when you leave brake at incline to press accelerator but I couldn"t able to use it.14. Need foot step to go inside car: For children and short height family members specially ladies. Foot step need to be fitted by dealer at extra cost and it is prone to get rubbed in walls due to projected portion. 15. Hard dashboard: it doesn"t have soft touch dashboard.Pros of this model:1. Sunroof : Entertaining for children if there is any among your family. 2. Ventilated seat: It can give a little bit of comfort during your long drive. Comes at a price of your home AC. 3. Rear View camera: Helps you park confidently.4. Premium leather seat: Looks and feel premium.5. Six air bags: It is fitted with.6. ESP: It has Electron stability program which might be working during sudden steer but not experienced so far.7. Good sound system: It features an arkamys sound system enabling you localized sound inside cabin.

Uses this car for : Daily Commute | Family Car
Gets mileage of : 12 kmpl
Aneesh Varghese
Aneesh Varghese 2.3 11 May 2019

The clutch is so hard that my entire leg is paining. Driving on the crowded Bengaluru roads is a nightmare, especially with half clutch presses. I am afraid that my inguinal hernia would reappear due to the constant thrust that I"ve to exert with my left leg. The car requires frequent down shifts in the city traffic. I would have expected the creta to be fine in 3rd gear for the speed range of 20 - 40 kmph. At 25kmph, if you try to accelerate in 3rd gear, the response is so poor that even auto drivers would start honking from behind. You have to down shift to 2nd and immediately upshift to 3rd within a few seconds. Imagine doing this every now and then with a hard clutch. This is a bigger problem in highways. You are behind a bus waiting to overtake it at say 30kmph. For sudden acceleration you have to downshift to 2nd and immediately upshift your 3rd - all required before even you complete the overtaking.On ghat roads, it is between 2nd and 1st gears. I saw many cars going better than mine in those roads.Mileage in city varies from 7.5 to 10.5. In the highways you get around 15 to 17.The pros: ventilated seats, sunroof (let"s hot air escape fast), leather seats, spacious interiors, beautiful exteriors

Uses this car for : Daily Commute | Family Car
Gets mileage of : 9 kmpl
Manjunatha Hegde
Manjunatha H.. 2.7 11 Apr 2019

I own Hyundai Creta 2016 model. In past 3 years twice I noticed that, while vehicle is in move the steering wheel gets locked" and1it is a life threatening issue either to you or to 3rd party. Because in middle of the road, you couldn't use1your steering to turn until you switch off the engine and on it again. Hyundai service center couldn't provide assurance for permanent fix for this life threatening problem. Looks low quality motor sensor in steering wheel. Beware of this problem while you drive/while you buy this low standard vehicle.

Uses this car for : Occasional Commute
Gets mileage of : 15 kmpl
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Hyundai Creta Mileage

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Diesel Automatic 17.6 kmpl 10 kmpl
Diesel Manual 22.1 kmpl 15 kmpl
Petrol Automatic 14.8 kmpl 14 kmpl
Petrol Manual 15.8 kmpl 11 kmpl

Hyundai Creta Service Cost

The estimated service cost for Hyundai Creta
Petrol (5 years) Rs. 15,525
Diesel (5 years) Rs. 23,578
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