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About Hyundai

Quick overview about Hyundai Creta


Hyundai held back for a while before venturing into the compact SUV segment and for all the reasons, it has been worth the wait. The growing fondness for compact-sized SUVs in India is clearly evident with the launch of new SUVs every now and then


Appearing evidently larger than its arch rivals, Hyundai gets an edge over its competition in terms of the outer stance. The pictures of Hyundai Creta exterior give a clear hint of its boastful dimensions; the compact SUV measures 4270 mm long, 1780 mm wide and 1630 mm high, and gets a long wheelbase of 2590 mm


A long wheelbase of 2590 mm implies an opulent cabin, which translates into good head room, leg room and shoulder room. That said, the front offers impressive space and the rear has ample room, allowing to seat three adults comfortably

Engine & Transmission:

Hyundai has put on offer two diesel engines and one petrol motor. The diesel range gets a 1.4-litre CRDi diesel power train, which has been tuned to churn out maximum power of 90 PS along with 220 Nm of top torque


Mileage is an important parameter while evaluating the potential of a car, especially in a market like India where viability of a vehicle is derived by how frugal it is. The petrol manual variant of the compact SUV is claimed to return 15.29 kmpl

Braking and Safety:

Stopping power is provided by disc brakes fitted in the front axle. An anti-lock-braking system is also inset, ensuring that the vehicle does not roll or skid

Performance and Handling:

Performance wise, the 1.4-litre diesel, 1.6-litre diesel (manual and automatic) and 1.6-litre VTVT petrol engines do not disappoint. The diesel engines are refined and offer great performance, though there is a turbo lag, which is felt initially but the engines rev up slowly

What do we think about:

Hyundai has come up with a smart offering in the compact segment, Creta, which is refreshingly styled. Its outer stance is robust, which makes the SUV look larger than the rivals


The compact segment is slowly growing in size with new launches; this segment definitely has potential, and has attracted customers time and again. In the competitive compact SUV segment, Hyundai’s Creta will gun straight against the likes of Renault Duster, Ford EcoSport and Nissan Terrano primarily

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