New Hyundai Creta is priced over a wide range, which means the lower trim levels lose out on quite a lot. However, a video here shows a fairly upmarket base Creta
After showcasing the car in the 2020 Indian AutoExpo, Hyundai launched the all-new Creta a couple of months later and has met with a very positive response. In a fiercely competitive segment that also has recently launched MG Hector and the Kia Seltos as rivals, it still manages to eke out the sales lead every month. The Creta’s new design, packed to the gills with features and creature comforts, and aggressive pricing make it a choice you can’t ignore in this price bracket. It also has a ridiculous amount of aftermarket customization options with third party brands available to fulfill mostly anything you can dream of.
In the uploaded by Auto Music Emporium on YouTube, we see a base trim Hyundai Creta going through a thorough upgrade both inside and outside. For the exterior, the vehicle gets new HID projector headlamps instead of the halogen units and also gets original LED fog lamps as found on the higher trim levels. It also gets contrasting white wrap for the roof and gets OEM electrically foldable ORVMS.
Moving on to the interior, the Hyundai Creta goes through the process of getting thicker damping all-round first. After that, it now gets a dual-tone theme with red leather replacing all the grey that was there previously. The roof on the interior gets a new black suede finish which looks upmarket and an original rear parcel tray is fitted as well. A new android infotainment system goes in the centre-console which boasts an LED screen and it powers a 4-speaker Rockford Fosgate audio system. The red leather-wrapped steering now also gets OEM steering mounted controls.
The new 2020 Hyundai Creta is priced between Rs 9.9 lakh – Rs 17.31 lakh, ex-showroom. You can choose between 4 engines that are on offer – 3 petrol and 1 diesel. You get a 1.5-litre petrol making which makes 114 PS/144 Nm of max power and torque figures, the other slightly larger 1.5-litre makes the same figures as well. The range-topping 1.4-litre turbo petrol churns out 138 PS/242 Nm of peak power and torque. Meanwhile, the Diesel is a 1.5-litre four-pot which puts out max power and torque figures of 114 PS/250 Nm respectively and all the engines can be mated to a manual or an automatic transmission.