Hyundai Creta N Line Vs i20 N Line And Venue N Line: Differences Detailed

  • Mar 20, 2024
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The i20, Venue and Creta are the only three products in Hyundai’s lineup to get the N Line treatment at the moment

Hyundai is one of the few mass-market brands in India that is catering to needs beyond the standard demographic. Its N Line offerings appeal to the folks that want their vehicles to not just stand out, but also offer a different, more dynamic driving experience. It all started with the i20 N Line, and we now have two more in the form of the Venue N Line and the latest Creta N Line

In this story, we compare the three N Line products from Hyundai and take a detailed look at their treatment.

N Line Styling

All three cars get a very similar treatment, which bring tweaks to the grille and bumpers, red accents and N Line badging all around, sportier alloy wheels, rear spoiler and dual exhaust tips. While these changes are standard across all three cars, the Creta N Line does get more than just these inserts, with a proper revised face that gets a new grille and sportier bumpers as well, making it stand out properly from the standard model.

To add to its sporty stance, it also gets bigger 18-inch alloys, while the standard only gets 17-inch ones.

As a result, while the i20 N Line and Venue Line do look sportier than their standard versions, but it's the Creta N Line that takes more effort in differentiating itself from the standard Creta.

N Line cabin and features

Equipment 

i20 N Line

Venue N Line

2024 Hyundai Creta N Line facelift

Infotainment system

10.25-inch touchscreen

8-inch touchscreen

10.25-inch touchscreen

Driver’s display

Semi-digital display

Semi-digital display

10.25-inch fully digital display

Apple Carplay/Android Auto

Wired

Wireless

Wired

Connected Car Tech

Yes

Yes

Yes

Ambient lighting

Yes

Yes

Yes

Ventilated Seats

No

No

Yes, Front

Audio system

7 speaker Bose sound system

6-speaker sound system

8 speaker Bose sound system 

Climate control

Auto

Auto

Dual zone automatic AC

Rear AC vents

Yes

Yes

Yes

Headlights

Led DRLs with LED headlights

Led DRLs with LED headlights

Connected LED DRLs with LED headlights 

Auto headlights

Yes

Yes

Yes

ORVMs

Electronically adjustable

Automatic and electronically adjustable

Automatic and electronically adjustable

Keyless entry/push button start-stop

Yes

Yes

Yes

ADAS

No

N0

Yes

Sunroof 

Single pane

Single pane

Panoramic

Wireless phone charger

Yes

Yes

Yes

Rear Sunshades

No

No

Yes

Airbags

6

6

6

360-degree camera

No, rear view only

No, rear view only

Yes

Parking sensors

Rear

Rear

Front and Rear 

ISOFIX mounts

Yes

Yes

Yes

Tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS)

Yes

Yes

Yes

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Hyundai has kept the theme uniform here as well, with an all-black cabin theme for all three cars, which is contrasted by red stitching all around the cabin. All three get the sportier N-specific three-spoke steering wheel, which is the only revision in the cabin apart from the new theme.

Their respective features too are exactly similar to their standard iterations, save for the addition of a dashcam in the Venue N Line and Creta N Line. All come with six airbags as standard along with a few other electronic aids. But in terms of outright features, there is no beating the Creta N Line, which is the most premium offering of the lot.

N Line powertrains

 

i20 N Line

Venue N Line

Creta N Line

Engine

1-litre turbo petrol

1-litre turbo petrol

1.5-litre turbo petrol

Transmission

6-speed MT/ 7-speed DCT

7-speed DCT

6-speed MT/ 7-speed DCT

Output

120 PS/172 Nm

120 PS/172 Nm

160 PS/250 Nm

Hyundai Creta N Line Gear Knob

Serving as the sportier, performance-oriented variants, all three N Line models are offered with their respective turbo petrol engines. The i20 N Line and Venue N Line get the 120PS 1-litre turbo-petrol mill, while the Creta N Line gets the 160PS 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine. 

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But while the Venue N Line only gets the option of a 7-speed DCT, the i20 N Line and Creta N Line benefit from the option of both 6-speed MT or a 7-speed DCT. The manual option for the Creta N Line is something that can’t be had in the standard Creta. 

N Line Prices

 

i20 N Line

Venue N Line

Creta N Line

Prices (ex-showroom)

Rs 9.99 lakh to Rs 12.51 lakh

Rs 12.07 lakh to Rs 13.89 lakh

Rs 16.82 lakh to Rs 20.44 lakh

Of course, prices of all the three N Line offerings vary significantly, considering that they sit in very different segments. But while the top-spec variants of the Creta N Line and standard Creta only differ by Rs 30,000, the disparity between the Venue stands at Rs 41,000, while the difference is Rs 1.31 lakh for the i20 and i20 N Line top-spec variants.

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So while the overall N Line treatment for the three is very similar, it seems like Hyundai has just done a tad more with the Creta N Line to set it apart from the other N Line models and even the standard Creta itself. 

Hyundai Creta N Line

All three have different rivals as well, with the i20 N Line posing a sportier alternative to the likes of the Tata Altroz and Maruti Suzuki Baleno, while the Venue N Line head-to-head with the Kia Sonet, Renault Kiger, Tata Nexon, Maruti Brezza, and Nissan Magnite. The Creta N Line rivals the VW Taigun GT and Kia Seltos GT Line.

Hyundai Creta N Line
Hyundai Creta N Line
Rs. 16.82 Lakh
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