Hyundai Creta Facelift: In past years, the Hyundai Creta facelift was found testing many times in India. Recently, the car was again seen testing in the country, but this time the spied pictures expose more features compared to previous images. Although, while on a test, it was wrapped from the face and the back deceiving the modified front and rear bumpers and the stream front grille. Some parts were clearly visible which shows that the car will highlight a sunroof and amazing LED tail lights. It is equipped with latest diamond-cut alloy wheels type.
As per these features, we can say that the car model in the spied images can be SX+ or maybe SX(O) which includes alloys wheel as standard in those models at present. For now, the existing Creta SX+ petrol variant is available INR 12.02 lakh whereas the diesel engine variant comes at INR 13.48 lakh (both costs are ex-showroom Delhi). This model will also come with an automatic transmission including petrol and diesel motors. The petrol model will cost INR 13.04 and diesel model INR 14.6 lakh (both ex-showroom Delhi). The SX(O) alternative that comes with the diesel-manual powertrain individually is further costly at INR 14.53 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
The recent spied Hyundai car is massively covered from the front and the back. The veil seemingly embraces modified front and rear bumpers and the latest front grille. The pictures show projector headlamps and side lamps. Unexpectedly, Hyundai introduced a modernized variant of the Creta (called ix25 in China) in 2016 including the LED tail lamps. However, when looking at the present layout of front fog lamps in the Indian variant, it seems that the company may not effectively acquire pattern highlights from the Chinese form.
Beside the feature modifications, the Creta is expected to receive few extra highlights like sunroof compared to a previous variant. The Creta facelift is supposed to be launched with the identical type of engines like the existing models. Though, some reports claim that the car manufacturer is currently busy with the execution of latest Creta’s petrol and diesel engines for satisfying future BSVI emission norms. The equivalent engines are probably to be received by Kia’s forthcoming SUV inspired on the SP segment, that can be officially launched by 2019.
It will be exciting to wait and see whether Hyundai will include the BSVI engines in the Creta facelift or will pause until the manufacturing of the next car. It is necessary for the latest car to have BSVI norms as it will come into impact in 2020 as it has been declared mandatory by Indian Government to control pollution. At present, the existing Creta is available from the price of INR 9.29 lakh to Rs 14.59 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The prices can rise more after the release of the latest Creta facelift.