Hyundai recently received an overwhelming response within 2 months of the facelift's launch.
Last month, Hyundai has announced that it has received over 14,366 bookings and 70,000 enquiries for the new Creta Facelift within 10 days. After two months, the facelifted SUV has again recorded additional than 32,000 bookings in just two months.
The Creta has been a blockbuster SUV for Hyundai which was offered in India ever since its launch in 2015. The 2018 Hyundai Creta has been priced between Rs 9.44-15.04 lakh. The SUV is now available with three engine options, two transmission options and five trims. The firm has witnessed a surge in demand for petrol variants of the Creta in the very last handful of months – contributing as much as 32 % to the bookings. As considerably as product sales figures go, Hyundai managed to sell 11,111 units of the SUV in June 2018, out of which the petrol-engined design offered 3,583 models and the diesel profits have been at 7,528 models.
The 2018 Hyundai Creta has been priced between Rs 9.44-15.04 lakh
The enterprise gave the product a mid-daily life refresh in May this calendar year, and the Creta has been scaling new heights at any time due to the fact.
Y K Koo, Managing Director and CEO, Hyundai Motor India Ltd. said.
“We would like to thank our customers for the overwhelming response and love to the new 2018 Creta.”
“As a Modern Premium Brand, we have created a Brilliant Ownership Experience of new 2018 Creta by introducing many first and best in segment features along with Unmatched Safety. The new 2018 Creta will create new benchmarks in the SUV segment.”
As for the exterior, the Hyundai Creta facelift gets a hexagonal grille, a larger and redesigned front bumper, and separate housings for the front fog lamps, a new black chin and a slightly tweaked rear bumper. Hyundai is available with seven single-colour options and two dual-tone shades (white with black and orange with black).
Regard of the interior, the Creta facelift still remains the feature as its predecessor. However, Hyundai has made sure that there’s more equipment in every variant, and (more importantly) safety features like dual-front airbags and ABS are now standard, even in the base E-trim. The top-spec Hyundai Creta has been loaded with goodies like projector headlamps, cruise control, an AVN infotainment system with an IPS display, a six-way adjustable powered driver’s seat, a smart key band, wireless charging support, six airbags and more.
The Creta facelift still remains the feature as its predecessor
In terms of safety, the new 2018 Hyundai Creta gets dual airbags, ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) and EBD (Electronic Brake Force Distribution) as standard across all the variants. The higher variants of the compact SUV get four additional airbags, taking the total count to six.