Hyundai achieves a milestone by securing 51,000 new Creta bookings in less than a month.

Hyundai set a new record with 51,000 bookings for the new Creta in just a few months following its recent launch on January 16. For Hyundai, this is a major game-changer in the cutthroat compact SUV market.

New Hyundai Creta

Exterior Design:

Hyundai made major updates to the new Creta’s front and back fascias. With projectors positioned on the bumper and air vents below, it now has a large grille with sharp edges and a more streamlined new LED DRL configuration at the bonnet corners. All in all, it presents a modern and technological front. The side profile now has a new alloy wheel design but retains the former Creta silhouette. A new integrated LED taillamp system and bumper design gave the rear profile a significant makeover, giving it a stronger appearance from the back.

Interior Styling:

With a new 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system and 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, the interior boasts an opulent cabin with a digital experience. The new Creta boasts an 8-way power adjustable driver seat, an iconic d-cut steering wheel, a voice-assisted panoramic sunroof, and front ventilated seats. To differentiate itself from competitors in the safety division, it comes equipped with six airbags and new Level 2 ADAS technology with 19 assistance capabilities.

Powertrain:

A 1.5-liter turbo-petrol engine with 158 Bhp and 253 Nm of peak torque, mated to a 7-speed DCT, is now available for the new Creta. The 1.5 L naturally aspirated petrol engine that produces 114 Bhp and 144 Nm of torque, as well as the 1.5 L diesel engine that produces 114 Bhp and 250 Nm of peak torque, are still available. These engine variants come with a 6-speed manual, a 6-speed AT, an iVT, and a 7-speed DCT as transmission options. For the new Creta, you’ve got three engine options offered.

Variants and Pricing:

From 10.99 lakhs to 19.99 lakhs (ex-showroom), the new CRETA series is offered. There are seven variations available, comprising two dual-tone and six single-tone shades.

Variants of the New CretaPricing (ex-showroom)
ERs. 11 L – Rs. 12.45 L*
EXRs. 12.18 L – Rs. 13.68 L*
SRs. 13.39 L – Rs. 14.89 L*
S(O)Rs. 14.32 L – Rs. 15.82 L*
SXRs. 15.27 L – Rs. 15.42 L*
SX TechRs. 15.95 L – Rs. 17.60 L*
SX(O)Rs. 17.39 L – Rs. 20.15 L*

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Rivals:

RivalsPricing (ex-showroom)
MG AstorRs. 9.98 L – Rs. 17.89 L*
Maruti Grand VitaraRs. 10.70 L – Rs. 19.99 L*
Kia SeltosRs. 10.90 L – Rs. 20.30 L*
Hyundai CretaRs. 11 L – Rs. 20.15 L*
Toyota UC HyryderRs. 11.14 L – Rs. 20.19 L*
Honda ElevateRs. 11.58 L – Rs. 16.20 L*
VW TaigunRs. 11.70 L – Rs. 20 L*
Skoda KushaqRs. 11.89 L – Rs. 20.49 L*

Waiting Period:

Depending on the dealership and region, a waiting period of three to four months is anticipated for the new Creta.

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