All the car lovers out there the pre-bookings of the Hundai Creta facelift 2018 has already started. The booking amount is Rs 25000 and the car is expected to reach your doorstep by June, according to dealers in Delhi, Haryana and Punjab. The Creta had made its debut show at the Chengdu Auto Show in China.
The South-American spec SUV is the inspiration of style behind the new Hyundai facelift. The higher variant of the car is expected to come with an option to get a dual tone coloured exterior. A thick chrome around the large hexagonal grille finally merges with the heavy front bumper which gives the Hyundai Creta a stylish look, which is more enhanced by the redesigned fog lamp housings, with air dams, and a thick black chin. The rear end of the car has tweaked tail-lamps with LED inserts and modified bumpers, along with a dual exhaust setup. The car also offers a sunroof to draw off attention from the Honda WR-V. Restyled alloy wheels are also an eye turning feature of the new Creta.
The Creta runs on a 1.4 litre diesel (89PS/220Nm) engine with a 6 speed manual gearbox. There is also an option of using s bigger engine of 1.6 litre diesel (128PS/265Nm) powered mated with 6 speed manual as well as an automatic transmission system. The petrol variant runs on a 1.6 litre (123PS/151Nm) gasoline engine which comes along the with the same transmission system. Automatic climate control with pollen and dust filter, audio and telephonic control mounted on the steering, electrically foldable ORVMs and cruise control makes the Creta an ultimate comfort zone for its riders. The classy touch screen infotainment system, providing connectivity to Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, handles the navigation, CD and radio playback, USB support, auxilliary input and bluetooth compatibility and gives the rider complete convinience to use the Hyundai Creta Facelift 2018.
The price of the car is expected to be Rs 11 Lakhs (ex showroom Delhi). The car has acquired rivals even before hitting the road, the Jeep Compass, Maruti Suzuki S-cross, Mahindra XUV 500, Renault Duster and Honda BR-V ace the list. The Renault captor and the Mahindra SUV code named S201, which are yet to be launched , are also expected to give this car a huge competiton.