Hyundai has introduced that the Creta EX has been priced at Rs 10.84 lakh (1.6-litre petrol MT variant) and Rs 10.99 lakh (1.Four-litre diesel MT). And as reported by us just a few days in the past, the brand new Hyundai Creta EX sits above the bottom Creta E+.
The Creta EX 1.6 petrol comes with options like entrance fog lamps with daytime operating lights, a rear-seat armrest with a cupholder, adjustable rear-seat headrests and a rear parking digicam.
Along with the options on the Creta EX petrol, the EX diesel will get a 5.Zero-litre touchscreen infotainment system, steering-mounted audio controls, two tweeters and a USB charging slot with a 12V energy outlet on the entrance.
The bottom Hyundai Creta E+ 1.6 petrol is priced at Rs 9.99 lakh, it comes with a handbook key, all 4 energy home windows, energy steering and metal wheels. One other change to the Creta line-up is that Hyundai has discontinued the Creta S 1.6 automated, which implies the diesel-auto combo is now accessible solely on the top-spec SX trim.
Hyundai will quickly launch the Venue compact SUV, which sit under the Creta within the model's India vary. The Hyundai Venue will rival the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300 and Ford's EcoSport within the aggressive sub-4m SUV sgement.
(All costs ex-showroom, Mumbai)
|Hyundai Creta variant-wise costs (ex-showroom, Mumbai)|
|Creta E+||Rs 9.99 lakh||Rs 9.99 lakh|
|Creta EX||Rs 10.84 lakh||Rs 10.99 lakh|
|Creta S||–||Rs 11.90 lakh|
|Creta SX||Rs 12.24 lakh||Rs 13.59 lakh|
|Creta SX (Twin-Tone)||Rs 12.79 lakh||Rs 14.13 lakh|
|Creta SX AT||Rs 13.74 lakh||Rs 15.19 lakh|
|Creta SX(O)||Rs 13.86 lakh||Rs 15.36 lakh|
|Creta SX(O) Government||Rs 14.14 lakh||Rs 15.64 lakh|