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Flame Orange is one of two new colours on the Creta.
Styling at rear gets mild makeover with restyled bumper.
Larger and bolder grille is the talking point on the updated Creta.
Reprofiled headlights house projector units as before.
Attractive C-shaped LED DRLs sit on redone bumper.
Alloy wheels get attractive new design.
Tail lamps get a mild visual tweak only.
New smart key band lets you lock/unlock and start the Creta.
Smart key band doubles as a fitness band and counts steps and calories.
Smart and user-friendly cabin remains unchanged in look.
Front seat comfort is good. Leather seats are comfy.
There's lots of space in the back, but you sit a bit low.
Hyundai Creta's sunroof sure to be a big pull for buyers.
Powered driver's seat is a first-in-class feature.
Auto-dimming rear view mirror is a welcome additon.
Hyundai Creta finally gets cruise control too.
Wireless phone charging is a thoughtful addition.
Instruments enhanced with updated multi-info display.
Touchscreen gets Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink.
Rear camera's dynamic guide lines are handy.
'Swachh Can' is something you'll find on all new Hyundais.
The boot is large and practical. Spare wheel a steel rim now.
Hyundai claims the engines are marginally more fuel efficient.
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