Hyundai Creta facelift price, variants explained

    Launched with three engine variants, two gearbox options and 13 trims in total, we tell you what you get with each variant of the refreshed Creta SUV.

    Published On May 21, 2018 04:14:00 PM


    Hyundai Creta facelift price, variants explained

    Hyundai has launched the Creta facelift, priced from Rs 9.44 lakh to Rs 15.04 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Like the pre-facelift model, the new Creta is also offered with three engine variants, two transmission options and a total of 13 trims (six on the petrol and seven on the diesels). Before we delve into the features offered on each variant, take a look at the variant-wise pricing of the new Creta:

    Variant-wise prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    1.6 P ERs 9.44 lakh
    1.6 P E+Rs 9.99 lakh
    1.6 P SXRs 11.94 lakh
    1.6 P SX Dual ToneRs 12.44 lakh
    1.6 P SX ATRs 13.44 lakh
    1.6 P SX (O)Rs 13.60 lakh
    1.4 D E+Rs 9.99 lakh
    1.4 D SRs 11.74 lakh
    1.6 D S ATRs 13.20 lakh
    1.6 D SXRs 13.24 lakh
    1.6 D SX Dual ToneRs 13.74 lakh
    1.6 D SX ATRs 14.84 lakh
    1.6 D SX (O)Rs 15.04 lakh

    Creta E (Rs 9.44 lakh)

    • Available with only 123hp 1.6 petrol MT
    • Dual-front airbags
    • ABS with EBD
    • 16-inch steel wheels
    • Follow-me-home headlamps
    • Power windows all around
    • Front armrest (sliding)
    • Rear AC vents
    • Height adjustable front seat headrests

    Creta E+ (Rs 9.99 lakh)

    • Available with 1.6 petrol MT and 1.4 diesel MT
    • LED indicators in the outside rear-view mirror
    • Power adjustable outside rear view mirror
    • USB charger (petrol only)
    • Front power outlet (diesel only)
    • Boot lamp
    • 5.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with USB and MP3 (petrol only)
    • Steering-mounted audio controls (petrol only)
    • Four speakers and two tweeters (latter, on petrol only)
    • Hyundai i-Blue (audio remote app)

    Creta S (Rs 11.74-13.20 lakh)

    • Available on 1.4 diesel MT and 1.6 diesel AT
    • Rear parking sensors
    • Reversing camera
    • Rear defogger
    • Front fog lamps
    • 16-inch alloy wheels
    • LED daytime running lamps
    • Roof rails
    • Rear parcel tray
    • Rear centre armrest
    • Driver’s seat height adjust (manual)
    • Height adjustable front and rear seat headrests

    Creta SX (Rs 11.94-14.84 lakh)

    • Available with 1.6 petrol (AT and MT) and 1.6 diesel (AT and MT)
    • Isofix child seat mounts (automatic only)
    • Shark-fin antenna
    • 17-inch alloy wheels (automatic gearbox variants only)
    • 16-inch alloy wheels (manual gearbox variants only)
    • Projector headlamps
    • Static bending lights
    • LED positioning lamps
    • Powered sunroof (automatic gearbox variants only)
    • Cruise control
    • Smart key with push start button
    • Automatic climate control
    • Power adjustable and folding outside rear view mirrors
    • Rear wash/wiper
    • Automatic driver’s side up power windows
    • Leather trim on steering wheel and gear knob
    • 60:40 split, folding seats (automatic only)
    • 7-inch touchscreen AVN infotainment with IPS display
    • Music system with Arkamys sound
    • Apple CarPlay, Android Auto MirrorLink and navigation on infotainment system

    Creta SX (Dual Tone) (Rs 12.44-13.74 lakh)

    • Available with 1.6 petrol MT and 1.6 diesel MT
    • 17-inch alloy wheels
    • Glossy back finished roof
    • Contrasting interior finish

    Creta SX (O) (Rs 13.60-15.04 lakh)

    • Available with 1.6 petrol MT and 1.6 diesel MT
    • Six airbags
    • ESC, hill-start assist
    • Automatic dimming mirror
    • Height adjustable front and rear seatbelts
    • Leather seats, console armrest and door armrests
    • Powered sunroof
    • Six-way adjustable powered driver’s seat
    • Smart key band
    • Wireless charging support

    Also see:

    Hyundai Creta facelift launched at Rs 9.44 lakh

    2018 Hyundai i20 CVT launched at Rs 7.04 lakh

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