Automobile manufacturer Hyundai Motor India on Tuesday said that it has sold over 1.21 lakh unit sales of all-new Creta SUV since its launch in a span of 1 year. The all-new Creta has spearheaded Hyundai’s SUV leadership in India in CY2020. Launched in 2015, Hyundai Creta has become a household name with over 5.8 lakh units sold in the domestic market so far. Additionally, Hyundai has continued to bolster the ‘Make in India’ initiative with an export of over 2.16 lakh units of Creta from India.
The Hyundai Creta packaged this design with an extensive feature list ever since it came out. If we take a look at what the current generation Creta offers, then you will notice things like electrically-adjustable driver’s seat, cruise control, steering mounted buttons on this fantastic-looking steering wheel, a fully digital instrument cluster, different drive modes as well as traction modes for all kinds of driving conditions, a huge sunroof rear AC vents, an air purifier, large touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support, Hyundai Blue Link Connectivity system which is a whole list of features by itself and even cooled-seats for front passengers that can be adjusted individually for each seat by three levels. And this isn’t even the complete list of features but you get the idea, the Hyundai Creta brings immense value for money with the features that it has.
And the list of things that you can have on the Creta does not stop here either. It has always offered several drivetrain options to choose from and the latest generation of the Creta takes this to a whole new level. Currently, you get a choice of three engine options – you have a 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine, a 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine and a 1.5-litre diesel engine as well.
And yes, this is one of the few SUVs keeping the option of a diesel engine in the BS-VI era. On top of these engine options, you have four gearbox options to choose from in different combinations – there is a 6-speed manual, a 6-speed IVT transmission, a 6-speed automatic transmission and the segment-best 7-speed DCT gearbox. So, in short, there’s something for everyone to choose from.