Upcoming Hyundai Creta facelift variants leaked
Sources on the internet have revealed that the upcoming Hyundai Creta facelift will be available in six variants - E, E+, S, SX, SX (Dual Tone) and SX (O).
The facelifted Creta's powertrain options will remain unchanged with the 1.4 diesel(90PS, 220 Nm), 1.6 diesel(128PS, 220Nm) and 1.6 petrol(123PS, 151Nm) being carried over. These will be mated to the 6-speed manual and automatic transmissions.
Safety features like dual airbags and ABS will be standard across all variants. The top-spec SX (O) will come with six airbags, Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Vehicle Stability Management (VSM) and Hill Assist. Other variant-wise speakers are listed here.
Height adjustable driver's seat
Sliding front armrest
E+ (in addition to E)
Front USB charger (1.6-litre petrol only)
Audio system with Bluetooth phone integration
S (in addition to E+)
Front USB charger (petrol and diesel)
Reverse parking camera with sensors
SX (in addition to S)
17-inch alloys (only on automatic )
Projector headlamps with static bending lights and LED positioning lamps
Electric sunroof (only on automatic)
Passive keyless entry with push button engine start-stop
Automatic climate control
7-inch infotainment system coupled with six speakers
Hyundai Auto link telematic services (only on automatic)
ISOFIX child seat anchors (only on automatic)
SX-Dual-tone (in addition to SX)
17-inch machine-cut alloy wheels
SX (O) (over SX)
6-way electrically adjustable driver's seat
Smart key band
Side and curtain airbags
Electronic stability control
Hill launch assist
Adjustable front seatbelts
The Hyundai Creta has been a strong seller for Hyundai since its launch three years ago and with this update, Hyundai hopes to sustain its momentum in this segment. Its present competition includes the likes of the Jeep Compass, Renault Captur, Tata Hexa and Mahindra XUV500 with numerous new entrants expected in the next couple of years.
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