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Guys, Here are tentative prices of the upcoming Creta

Thanks to Twitter user @yaminiakshaya for sharing it on Autocar’s Twitter handle

  • Hyundai Creta 1.6 S Petrol: Rs 8.08 lakh
  • Hyundai Creta 1.6 SX+ Petrol: Rs 9.45 lakh
  • Hyundai Creta 1.6 SX Diesel: Rs 9.74 lakh
  • Hyundai Creta 1.6 SX (O): Rs 11.41 lakh
  • Hyundai Creta 1.6 Diesel automatic SX+: Rs 11.41 lakh

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There are many price sheets floating on the net right now and each seem to differ with prices.

Wonder if it's a ploy by Hyundai to gauge people's response before declaring out final prices on 21-Jul.

If above prices are correct then they are certainly a bit premium.

If one puts another lac then they can get fully loaded XUV as well. Though Creta's trump card is Diesel AT but XUV soon shall be offering the same.

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Great scoop cars4life. I feel Hyundai have gone over-board with the pricing, never the less they are going to find hordes of consumers at these prices too, that is if the pricing is to be believed. What they have done through selective leaks is gathered that consumers have liked the product & so they have put on a premium tag to cash in on the demand.

While competition in the form of Maruti Scross, doesnt have the looks to take the fight to the Creta & nor an Auto option.

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Creta has been launched with below "Introductory prices"

Petrol 1.6 -

L - 8.59 L

S - 9.57 L

SX+ - 11.19 L

Diesel 1.4 -

L - 9.46 L

S - 10.42 L

S+ - 11.45 L

Diesel 1.6 -

SX - 11.59 L

SX+ - 12.68 L

SX (O) - 13.6 L

SX+ (Automatic) - 13.57 L

Prices seems to be a bit on the high side.

I think Maruti, Ford, Renault and even Mahindra shall be a bit relieved by seeing these prices.

Now Maruti can take their time and price S-Cross quite competitively.

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These prices are crazy and nutty.

We were shouting Q3 - Q3 all along.

The manufactures actually seem to have thought it to be one and thus gave these prices.

What baffles me is , these are INTRODUCTORY PRICES its actual prices might just put Q3 prices to shame.

Too much air in Hyundai managements head , the indian masses have an uncanny habit to deflate many a bombs, hoping this does not become an example.

I am shifting my Goal Post as of now.

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These are real disappointing pricing...for a car like this, I think Hyundai needs to think first that they need to take EcoSport head on...and for that they must correct price by 1 L for petrol and 1.5L for Diesel

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I think Hyundai have got a bit too carried away and greedy with the success of Elite i20 and Grand i10.

Although it's worth noting their other products (Verna, Santa Fe etc) are rather doing average to poor business.

First with i20, after seeing the prices of Jazz they took the first opportunity to remove some features from i20.

And now this pricing of Creta.

They feel that now since people have accepted them in premium segment why not start looting them.

Even if we compare to Duster which was it's nearest competitor, the prices are way too high (without even taking into account the discounts on offer on Duster).

And I have heard they have made insurance to be taken from them as mandatory (which is 50% higher than market quote).

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The South American market Creta just went on sale recently. It features a slightly altered front end and other minor styling tweaks.

Do you think Hyundai should bring this to India?

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This is the refreshed Creta that has gone on sale in some international markets. Hyundai is likely to bring this model to India sometime next year. 

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This is the Creta Sport sold in South-American markets... It gets a host of styling tweaks including a redesigned front grille, new skid plate, new rear spoiler, 17-inch alloy wheels and gloss-black exterior finish. The interior is all-black too.

No news of whether this will come here to India, but I definitely think they should bring it here! What about you?

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Hyundai is expected to launch the updated Creta on May 22, 2018. While dealer training sessions are still underway, we’ve got our hands on a complete feature list that tells us what's new on the upcoming Creta facelift.

What’s new on the outside?

The Creta facelift will be identifiable by its larger hexagonal grille that is in line with Hyundai’s latest styling theme. The grille, with a thick chrome surround, flows into the headlights that will carry on unchanged. The new chunky front bumper also sports creases and has separate housings for the fog lamps. Also new is a thick black chin that adds muscle to the look. At the rear, it gets a slightly redesigned bumper.

The Creta facelift will be available in both, single- and dual-tone colour options. The single tone options will include White, Passion Orange, Black, Silver, Stardust, Marina Blue and Fire Red, while dual-tone colours will include White with black, and Orange with black.

What engines and gearboxes will the Hyundai Creta facelift come with?

The refreshed Creta will continue to be sold with the 90hp, 1.4-litre diesel, the 123hp, 1.6-litre petrol and 128hp, 1.6-litre diesel engine, like the outgoing model. The 1.4 will be available solely with a manual gearbox, while the 1.6 units will continue to get the option of manual and automatic gearboxes. No mechanical changes are expected on the SUV.

The variant breakup is as follows:

  • Hyundai Creta 1.4 diesel MT: E+ and S variant
  • Hyundai Creta 1.6 petrol MT: E, E+, SX, SX (dual tone), SX(O)
  • Hyundai Creta 1.6 diesel MT: SX, SX (dual tone), SX (O)
  • Hyundai Creta 1.6 petrol AT: SX
  • Hyundai Creta 1.6 diesel AT: S, SX

What’s new on the inside? What about features?

The updated Creta will share the dashboard with the current model. However, the variants of the Creta facelift will get a rejig. Like the outgoing Creta, all variants of the facelifted model will get dual airbags and ABS as standard. The following list gives you the variant-wise feature highlights and additions on the Creta facelift. 

New Hyundai Creta E

Available with only 1.6 petrol MT 123hp

  • Power windows all around
  • Driver seat height adjust (Manual)
  • 16-inch steel wheels
  • Front armrest (sliding)

New Hyundai Creta E+

Available with 1.6 petrol MT and 1.4 diesel MT

  • USB charger (petrol only)
  • Audio system with Bluetooth

New Hyundai Creta S

Available on 1.4 diesel MT and 1.6 diesel AT

  • LED daytime running lamps
  • Front USB Charger
  • Music system with Bluetooth
  • Reverse camera and parking sensors

New Hyundai Creta SX

Available with 1.6 petrol (AT and MT) and 1.6 diesel (AT and MT)

  • Shark-fin antenna
  • 17-inch alloy wheels (Automatic gearbox variants only)
  • 16-inch alloy wheels (Manual gearbox variants only)
  • Projector headlamps
  • Powered sunroof (Automatic gearbox variants only)
  • Cruise control
  • LED positioning lamps
  • LED daytime running lamps
  • Smart key
  • USB charging
  • Music system with Arkamys sound
  • Cluster ioniser
  • AVN infotainment with IPS display
  • Smartphone link
  • Hyundai Autolink feature (Automatic gearbox variants only)
  • Static bending lights
  • Isofix child seat anchors (Automatic gearbox variants only)

New Hyundai Creta SX (dual tone)

Available with 1.6 petrol MT and 1.6 diesel MT

  • Shark-fin antenna
  • 17-inch alloy wheels
  • Projector headlamps
  • Powered sunroof (Automatic gearbox variants only)
  • Cruise control
  • LED positioning lamps
  • LED daytime running lamps
  • Smart key
  • USB charging
  • Music system with Arkamys mode
  • Cluster ioniser
  • AVN infotainment with IPS display
  • Smartphone link
  • Hyundai Autolink feature (Automatic gearbox variants only)
  • Static bending lights

New Hyundai Creta SX (O)

Available with 1.6 petrol MT and 1.6 diesel MT

  • Powered sunroof
  • Six-way adjustable powered driver’s seat
  • Six airbags
  • Smart key band
  • Wireless charging support
  • ECM feature

When can I buy one?

Hyundai dealers have started accepting bookings for the updated Creta, with deliveries being promised by the end of May, depending on variant selected.

 

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