Hyundai Motor India Limited has launched the much awaited 2018
Creta facelift at a starting price of Rs 9,43,908. The new 2018 Hyundai Creta boasts
of a lot of segment first features.
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The new 2018 Hyundai Creta gets a bold and aggressive front
styling, besides a tall and sporty stance. It gets a cascade design front
grille, smooth creased hood lines, voluminous bumper, aerodynamic ORVMs, bi-functional
projector headlamps, LED DRL and positioning lamps. The 17-inch diamond cut
alloys along with glossy black A pillar and side cladding further enhance the
looks of the new 2018 Hyundai Creta. The compact SUV will be available in 7 exterior
single tone colour options and 2 dual tone colour options with two new colour
options including – Marina Blue and Passion Orange along with new dual tone Passion
Orange and Black.
Segment first features that will be seen on the new 2018
Hyundai Creta include smart electric sunroof, cruise control, 6-way power
driver seats, smart key band and wireless phone charger . Features like speed
sensing auto door lock, sliding front armrest and driver seat height adjustment
are provided as standard.
The new Creta will be available with three engine options
including a 1.6L Petrol, 1.4L Diesel and 1.6L Diesel. The 1.6 Petrol generates
121.3 hp while the 1.6 CRDi diesel engine generates 126.2hp. The smaller and
more fuel efficient 1.4 Diesel engine generates 88.7hp. Both the petrol and
diesel motors can be paired with a 6-speed manual or automatic transmission.
The vehicle now has its fuel efficiency improved by up to 3% in petrol and up
to 4% in diesel engine. Along with the improvements made to the engine, the
sound and NVH performance have also been improved by the use of enhanced sound
absorption materials, advanced engineering design of engine, transmission and
body structural parts thus ensuring quiet cabin.
The New 2018 Hyundai Creta has a refined and ergonomic
interior architecture. The compact SUV gets soft touch paint on crash pad,
leatherette finish on the door, steering and seats. The new 2018 Hyundai Creta
is also available with new Tangerine Orange interior colour pack with dual tone
exterior colour options. The driver seat is 6-way power adjustable with a
sliding front armrest. You get a smart key with push button start
functionality. The rear seats are 60:40 split and there are rear AC vents.
The New 2018 Hyundai Creta comes with next gen infotainment
system for enhanced connectivity and better user interface. The New 17.77
Touchscreen AVN system comes with an IPS Display with support for Android Auto,
Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink. The new 2018 Hyundai Creta also packs first in segment-
Smart Key Band which is a new age device with in-built functionality of a smart
key and fitness tracker controlled by smartphone application. AutoLink
Connected Car Technology can help you keep track of the vehicle health, driving
information, road side assistance, driving history, eco driving and vehicle
health history. The New 2018 Hyundai Creta is equipped with unique first in
segment wireless phone charger for enhanced customer convenience.
The new 2018 Hyundai Creta boasts of a strong body
structure, made with Ultra-high Strength Steel (UHSS) and Advanced High
Strength Steel (AHSS). The strong HIVE Body Structure denotes structural
strength, stability and connotes sturdiness. The car can be equipped with up to
6 airbags while it gets two airbags as standard. Safety features such as ABS
and EBD are standard as well.
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