Hyundai have opened bookings for the 2020 Hyundai Creta. The car is now offered with 3 BS6 compliant engines. The booking amount is Rs. 25000 and you can book your Creta now on: https://book.hyundai.co.in and Hyundai Dealerships.
The new Creta is offered with a new 1.5 L MPi (BS6) Petrol and a 1.5 L U2 VGT (BS6) Diesel, both churning out 115 PS of power. The 1.5 liter petrol is available with a 6 speed manual or an IVT automatic while the 1.5 liter diesel comes with a 6 speed manual and a 6-speed torque converter unit as seen on the Harrier. Although, Hyundai now offers a 1.4 L Kappa Turbo GDi (BS6) petrol with a 7 speed dual-clutch transmission for the enthusiasts. It brings about 140 PS of power to the table but… whether enthusiasts like SUV’s or not is yet to be found out though!
Commenting on the all new Creta booking announcement, Mr. Tarun Garg, Director – Sales, Marketing & Service, Hyundai Motor India Ltd. said, “Over the years, Hyundai Creta has set new benchmarks, becoming an iconic brand name among Indian consumers and building a strong legacy with over 4.6 Lakh Happy Customers across India. It is time for the Creta to set new standards once again. We are confident that All New Creta – The Ultimate SUV will captivate consumer interest and cater to the Ultimate Aspirations of the new age customer.”
Interior and features
Along with this, Hyundai also revealed the interiors of the crossover via official images. By the first looks, the interior seems to be smart and very European styled. The center console, fascia and the infotainment screen will remind you of the latest Jaguar XE while the steering wheel might make you recall the newer Audi sedans. The first impression is definitely very positive and we know what quality, fit and finish to expect from Hyundai. The interiors are not as flashy as the Creta’s Chinese counterpart i.e. the ix25 and we think that’s a good thing. We aren’t ready for a screen only setup here yet. Some features that set this car apart are the paddle shifters, voice activated panoramic sunroof and a remote engine start.
There is a 17.78 cm “Supervision Cluster” with Digital Display. It basically means the car comes with a partly digital MiD for the driver in the middle flanked by the tachometer and speedometer on either sides. We expect the same sort of setup in the upcoming i20 as well. The Creta will now offer some off-road capability as well with Traction Control Modes – Snow, Sand & Mud along with Drive Mode Select – Eco, Comfort & Sport. Hyundai will also offer it’s Advanced BlueLink with Voice Commands connected car tech which pairs via BlueLink Integrated Smartwatch App.