Updated Hyundai Creta priced from Rs 10.84 lakh

    RDE-compliant Creta costs Rs 45,000 more for diesel, Rs 20,000 more for petrol; gets six airbags across the range.

    Published On Feb 02, 2023 01:27:00 PM

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    Hyundai has updated the Creta midsize SUV with RDE and E20 compliant engines, and has also made safety features such as six airbags standard across the range. This comes right ahead of the implementation of the RDE norms from April 2023, although prices for the SUV have now gone up by up to Rs 45,000. The Hyundai Creta is currently priced from Rs 10.84 lakh-19.13 lakh (ex-showroom, India).

    1. Creta now gets idle start-stop feature as standard
    2. Several safety features made standard across the range
    3. Venue and Alcazar are now RDE and E20 compliant too

    Here's a look at the detailed price list of the updated Hyundai Creta: 

    2023 Hyundai Creta price (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    VariantNew PriceOld PriceDifference
    Petrol
    1.5 P MT ERs 10.84 lakhRs 10.64 lakhRs 20,000
    1.5 P MT EXRs 11.78 lakhRs 11.58 lakhRs 20,000
    1.5 P MT SRs 13.03 lakhRs 12.83 lakhRs 20,000
    1.5 P iMT S-Rs 13.06 lakh-
    1.5 P MT Knight S+Rs 13.93 lakhRs 13.73 lakhRs 20,000
    1.5 P MT SX ExecutiveRs 13.99 lakhRs 13.79 lakhRs 20,000
    1.5 P MT SXRs 14.78 lakhRs 14.58 lakhRs 20,000
    1.5 P CVT SXRs 16.26 lakhRs 16.06 lakhRs 20,000
    1.5 P CVT SX(O)Rs 17.46 lakhRs 17.26 lakhRs 20,000
    1.5 P CVT Knight SX(O)Rs 17.63 lakhRs 17.43 lakhRs 20,000
    1.4 P DCT S+Rs 15.79 lakhRs 15.79 lakh0
    1.4 P DCT SX(O)Rs 18.34 lakhRs 18.34 lakh0
    Diesel
    1.5 D MT ERs 11.89 lakhRs 11.44 lakhRs 45,000
    1.5 D MT EXRs 13.17 lakhRs 12.72 lakhRs 45,000
    1.5 D MT SRs 14.44 lakhRs 13.99 lakhRs 45,000
    1.5 D MT Knight S+Rs 15.40 lakhRs 14.95 lakhRs 45,000
    1.5 D MT SX ExecutiveRs 15.43 lakhRs 14.98 lakhRs 45,000
    1.5 D MT SXRs 16.25 lakhRs 15.80 lakhRs 45,000
    1.5 D MT SX(O)Rs 17.53 lakhRs 17.08 lakhRs 45,000
    1.5 D AT SX(O)Rs 18.93 lakhRs 18.48 lakhRs 45,000
    1.5 D AT Knight SX(O)Rs 19.13 lakhRs 18.68 lakhRs 45,000

    Notably, Hyundai has discontinued the iMT gearbox on the Creta that was so far offered with the 1.5 petrol engine on the S trim. 

    Hyundai Creta: gets RDE, E20 compliant engines 

    While there are no changes to the engine line-up or output figures, the petrol engines on the Creta are now E20 compliant, which means they can now run on 20 percent ethanol blended fuel. This requires a few modifications to the fuel systems, engine calibration and rubber hoses to handle the more corrosive nature of ethanol. The government will start rolling out E20 fuel in a phased manner from April 2023 onwards.

    Also See: Updated Hyundai Venue priced from Rs 7.68 lakh

    The engines are now also RDE compliant which means they are cleaner as they are tested for emissions in more stringent real-world conditions than the usual lab tests under the MIDC cycle (Modified Indian Test Cycle). To that effect, all engines now also feature an idle start/stop system as standard, aiding fuel efficiency. Meanwhile, the diesel engines now use an SCR (selective catalytic reduction) system for emission control.

    Also See: Hyundai Alcazar gets RDE-compliant engines; 6 airbags now standard

    Hyundai Creta: more standard safety features

    As part of 2023 model year update, Hyundai has also made several safety features standard across the range. The Creta now gets six airbags right from the base E trim, as well as ESC, VSM, hill assist, rear disc brakes, seatbelt height adjustment and ISOFIX mounts. So far, six airbags were only offered on the top-spec SX(O) trim while ESC, hill assist, rear disc brakes and ISOFIX mounts were offered from the SX trim onwards. The Creta now also gets 60:40 rear seat split/fold feature as standard – this too was previously offered from SX trim onwards.

    Hyundai has also rolled out similar updates on the Venue and Alcazar SUVs. The carmaker's entire SUV line-up is now RDE and E20 compliant.

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    Every new car, SUV launching in the coming months

    Hyundai, Kia models to get new 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine

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