Hyundai Creta

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Hyundai Creta Latest Updates

The facelifted Hyundai Creta was recently spotted testing for the first time. Latest spy shots give us a glimpse of the redesigned split LED headlamps. It also features a redesigned grille, tail lamps as well as front and rear bumpers. However, the side profile remains unchanged. The carmaker could use this opportunity to tone down the Creta’s polarising design.

Hyundai could launch the facelifted Creta in international markets first and then in India around late-2022. It will renew its rivalry with the Kia Seltos, Tata Harrier, Skoda Kushaq, and the Volkswagen Taigun.

Hyundai Creta Price

The price of Hyundai Creta starts at Rs. 9.99 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 17.70 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Creta ranges between Rs. 9.99 Lakh to Rs. 17.70 Lakh. The prices of Creta diesel variants start at Rs. 10.51 Lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 17.65 Lakh. Hyundai Creta is available in 17 variants and 10 different colours.

Creta Specifications

The more powerful petrol engine is paired with a single transmission option, a 7-speed dual-clutch (DCT). A CVT gearbox is available with the petrol engine, while a 6-speed torque converter is offered with the diesel. As standard, the Creta comes with a 6-speed manual gearbox.

Hyundai Creta Variants

The Hyundai Creta is available in five variants -- E, EX, S, SX, and SX(O). The base E model is only available with the diesel engine paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox. The EX model can be had with either of the 1.5-litre engines with the manual transmission. The same goes for the S model which gets more features. SX and SX(O) models are available with all three engines and each of their auto ‘box options in addition to a manual transmission.

Creta Features

The Hyundai Creta features an all-new exterior design. It is equipped with LED headlamps and taillamps, 17-inch dual-tone alloy wheels, and LED taillamps. The Creta’s interior is all-new as well, with climate control, a panoramic sunroof, ventilated front seats, a Bose sound system, cruise control, and a semi-digital instrument cluster. Its 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system features BlueLink connected car features with voice commands as well as Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The SUV can be remotely monitored and some of its functions can be operated too.

Hyundai Creta Competitors

The 2020 Hyundai Creta rivals the Kia Seltos, MG Hector, Tata Harrier, Nissan Kicks, and the Skoda Kushaq.

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Hyundai Creta Price List in India

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Creta E
16.8 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 9.99 Lakh
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Creta E Diesel
21.4 Kmpl | Diesel | Manual
Rs. 10.51 Lakh
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Creta EX
16.8 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 10.96 Lakh
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Creta EX Diesel
21.4 Kmpl | Diesel | Manual
Rs. 11.91 Lakh
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Editor's View of Hyundai Creta

  • Upside

    Refreshing new looks, new engine and transmission, sophisticated handling and added features

  • Downside

    The looks are a little polarising and not everyone will love the design. Some features misses like no 360 degree camera, reach adjust for steering, front parking sensors and rain sensing wipers.

  • Our Verdict

    If you loved the old Creta the new one promises to be even more desirable for a moderate increase in Price.

Creta Detailed 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 New Persona

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.


Old Creta

2020 Creta



4300mm (+30mm)



1790mm (+10mm)



1635mm (-30mm)



2610mm (+20mm)

Boot Space


433L (+33L)

Features and Interiors: Hits & Misses

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.

A Different Driving Experience

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.

Improved 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.

Safety Check

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.

The Price Tag

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.

Our Verdict

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.

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Creta User Reviews

4.3 /5
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  • 4.3

    I am satisfied with my car excellent in all fields fuel economy, Safely features and very elegant and special in looks

  • 4.3

    I have own tvs jupiter scooty in matte blue color.This scooty is suitable for any climate and my brother using this and sometimes i also riding this scooty.I did not get any issues till the date.Its performance and mileage delivery both are good.

  • 5.0

    Excellent and wonderful vehicle.The best all-rounder.Every one has to go for this vehicle.I am very very happy.

  • 5.0

    Sad to sell! Fully customized interiors and roof top, powerful car, high and good for Mumbai roads and offroads.

  • 5.0

    Good nice car

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  • 4.3

    I have Purchased New Creta 1.5CRDI SX(O). After Driving about only 500kms my feedback about car is really good. All features are really good EXCEPT TYRES. NEXEN TYRES are of really Inferior quality. I am truly unsatisfied by these tyres. In about driving 300Kms One of the tyres got bursted. I got it replaced from the service center. But Now after driving 200 kms more one of other side TYRE bursted. As a regular Hyundai Customer i did not expect this type of poor quality material from Hyundai.

  • 2.0

    Car is good looking and attractive thus purchased the SX manual but getting regret now on. It misses lot of safety and convince features. Engine performance is not enough, lot of down shift and day by day it looks like engine is getting poor. You pay a huge amount onroad for this but you don't get what you deserve, suggest alternative who wanna buy this. Mileage is also an issue everyone facing. Too away from what Hyundai claims. I tried everything, I am not a rough driver and keeps car within economical limits and good smooth drives but still mileage is hardly 8-9 kmpl. You get bulky SUV but not an luxury and a powerful car. 1.5 ltr petrol engine is not for you if you want smooth comfortable ride.

  • 4.7

    Hyundai creta 2020 is king of SUV of its sagment. It has got peppy and powerful engine and very fun to drive and silent engine.its over performance is best in class. Its exterior design is futuristic and aerodynamic and interior is premium with spacious cabin. Driving in both city and highway is best in class you feel confident even in 3digit speed. We cand do light offroading also and you never feel powerlag as i have driven mostly in hill side and rural area.Im very happy with my creta 2020 and hyundai after sale service and resale value is best in india after Maruti. Its diesel engine is very silent powerful and fuel economy.

  • 5.0

    I purchased Creta SX Diesel Manual before 2 months and had driven 6000 kms. I have driven the car both inside city and in highway. Car has been pretty amazing. Comfort, style and safety has been top notch. My total avg mileage has been around 20.6 kmpl. my top speed in the car is 190 kmph and felt amazing stability and very minimal vibration. Doors and body of the car is very steady and you can feel it when you drive. Overall it has been an amazing experiance.

  • 4.5

    creta is extraordinary in comfy and performance and also provides decent mileage and i go for it. I bought E variant and totally modified to SX at cost ~2 lakhs with Top end model TRIO HEADLIGHT AND ALLOYS. Sunroof and Original Music system are those two features i missed it! But i suggest you all to buy E Variant and modify. You can make SX model in just 14.5 laks

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Creta Colours

  • Polar White
  • Polar White Dual Tone
  • Red Mulberry
  • Titan Grey
  • Typhoon Silver
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  • Galaxy Blue
  • Lava Orange
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Creta

Q. I had booked Creta IVT Sx(0) on 3 dec 2020. Intially hyundai dealer had told 3 months waiting period. Now its been 6 months still the car in not delivered. On inquiry one reason comes up allotment is not available.If we purchase accessories then car can be delivered early then what's the point of buying Top end model.In current scenario if the car does not get delivered by august is it better to wait and take delivery in January 2022 or look for other up coming launches.
  • For the availability and waiting period, we would suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealer in your city as it depends on their stock book. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details. Moreover, you can check out more cars by clicking on the given link and apply filters in order to check out new cars as per your requirements.
Q. Is Creta 1.5 diesel available in AMT?
  • The 115PS, 1.5-litre diesel engine in Hyundai Creta comes paired to a 6-speed torque converter. There is no AMT on offer.
Q. Can we lock unlock CRETA SX IVT through app?
  • Yes, the Hyundai Creta SX IVT comes equipped with advanced Blue Link connectivity tech that allows you to lock/unlock the SUV remotely.
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Q. I am confused between Kia Seltos, Hyundai Creta, Tata Harrier, MG Hector and Jeep Compass. Which one offers the best balance in terms of Performance, Comfort, Reliability and Features? Which one should I go for?
  • The Hyundai Creta is clearly an impressive compact SUV. It is spacious, comfortable, loaded with features, easy to drive and offered with powerful petrol and diesel engine options. It does have some shortcomings like the polarising design or the lack of features like front parking sensors and telescopic adjust for the steering. But other than that, it is hard to fault the Hyundai Creta and it comes across as a well rounded product. Kia’s Seltos is a vehicle you can’t go wrong with. Because of its high wow factor, it will attract a lot of attention. More importantly, it backs it up with a solid and sensible personality too. Of the four engine options that we drove, you wouldn’t go wrong no matter which one you choose. The space in the cabin and comfort on offer makes it very practical for all occupants. However, it just misses out on hitting the bulls eye for a few small niggles like the seat base cushioning and the clumsy headedness of the 1.4-litre petrol-automatic combination. A little bit more by way of driver involvement would have pleased the enthusiasts too. These may be small gripes but it’s actually a testament to how good the rest of the Seltos package is. It’s clear that the Kia Seltos has set the benchmark in the segment, not by being dramatically different, but by being better in most areas.The Hector, though, strikes a healthy middle ground. It offers an unmatched technology package with no real compromise on daily usability or practicality. Additionally, while the interior quality isn’t as luxurious as we’d hoped, it’s still well made and tastefully designed. It’s also important to note that even the base variant is well-equipped with no silly compromises to get a namesake starting price. The MG Hector offers fantastic value for money and is indeed a gamble worth taking. If you want an SUV with road presence, cabin space and practicality without breaking the bank, the Tata Harrier is the best choice in the sub-Rs 20 lakh price bracket. Jeep Compass comes across as a value-for-money product as compared to its only direct rival, the Hyundai Tucson. Compass looks tough but also welcoming, has a very comfortable cabin, feels premium with the features on offer, is surprisingly good to drive and is practical too. The Compass delivers on critical fronts like handling, off-road ability and stunning design. However, you do pay a premium for that badge and compromise on space. If backseat comfort is your number one priority, we’d recommend the Tata Harrier instead. The Hector offers fantastic cabin space but falls short on seat comfort. If you want the richest cabin and want the most fun to drive pick, that’d be the Jeep Compass.You may compare all these cars accordingly. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
  • Are you taking any contract with Kia, then please talk about safety ratings, Friends we can’t even compare Seltos with Creta, Creta is faaaaaar better than Soltos in all aspects.
Q. My budget is around 900000 lakh and confused which is economical car which vehicle is best either Baleno or Creta?
  • Both Maruti Suzuki Baleno and Hyundai Creta are good enough cars with decent fuel efficiency figures. If you are looking for a premium hatchback that offers a decent feature list, frugal engine option with a mild hybrid system, lower maintenance cost and a spacious cabin, then the Baleno would be a better pick. On the other hand, if you are looking for a stylish compact-SUV with great handling traits, feature loaded cabin and powerful engine options then we'd suggest you to opt for the Hyundai Creta. 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.Read More: - Hyundai Creta vs Maruti Baleno
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Q. Kia sonet or creta which is better
  • Kia Sonet sits a segment below compared to the Hyundai Creta, thus selecting one would depend on your preference of the segment. If there is no budget constraint, then you may go for the Creta. The SUV is much more spacious for five occupants and also come with the advantage of a bigger boot for that weekend trip. With the Kia Sonet, you'll be getting more features as the lower variants of Creta competes with the top-spec variant of Sonet. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive for a better understanding of comfort and compatibility. You may click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - Hyundai Creta vs Kia Sonet
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Hyundai Creta Mileage

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
Diesel Automatic 18.5 Kmpl 16 Kmpl
Diesel Manual 21.4 Kmpl 18 Kmpl
Petrol Automatic 16.9 Kmpl 15 Kmpl
Petrol Manual 16.8 Kmpl 12 Kmpl

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Hyundai Creta Service Cost

The estimated service cost for Hyundai Creta
Petrol (5 years) Rs. 15,182
(5 years) Rs. 16,128
Diesel (5 years) Rs. 18,950
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Creta FAQs

What is the price of Hyundai Creta Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Hyundai Creta is 17.70 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Hyundai Creta?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Hyundai Creta is 16.9 - 21.4 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. 19,344 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 Kia Seltos, Hyundai Venue and Tata Harrier.

What is the boot space in Hyundai Creta?

The boot space in Hyundai Creta is 433 L. View full specification of Creta

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