Honda will be announcing the pricing of the Elevate SUV in September, but we know everything about the SUV as it comes loaded with decent amount of features. The Hyundai Creta on the other hand, comes loaded with tons of features, and good comfort, but did you know that Creta misses out on these 5 features over the Elevate? Why don’t we list down the top 5 features the Hyundai Creta misses over the Elevate –
- Lane Watch Camera
- LED Projector Foglamps
- Request Sensor on Front Passenger Door
- Driver-side Vanity Mirror
The first feature which the Creta misses is the ADAS function. Honda Elevate comes with Level 2 ADAS with features like Adaptive Cruise Control, Auto High Beam, Lane Keep Assist, Collision Mitigation Braking System, Road Departure Mitigation System, and Lead Car Departure Notification System. Next feature the Creta misses out on is the Lane Watch Camera. The Elevate has a camera installed on the left ORVM which doesn’t need to be activated when giving the left indicator, it just stays active by a press of a button.
Another feature it misses out on is the LED Projector Foglamps, Request Sensor on the Front Passenger Door, and Vanity Mirror on the Driver’s Side. These features may sound basic or mid-variant features, yet the Honda Elevate is offered with these features while the Hyundai Creta misses, although the upcoming Creta facelift would likely see the addition of these features.