Hyundai Creta E+ Replaces the S Variant

Hyundai Creta Review

Hyundai Creta E+ comes with a price tag of Rs. 9.99 lakhs (ex showroom, Delhi); features tilt adjustable steering wheel, rear AC vents, touchscreen infotainment, etc

Hyundai India introduces a new variant of the very popular SUV Creta. The South Korean auto major has replaced the S petrol variant in its lineup with the E+ variant, which seats above the base variant E. Now with the Hyundai Creta petrol comes available in five different variants – E, E+, SX+, SX+ Special Edition and SX+ Automatic. The new E+ variant comes priced at 9.99 lakh (ex showroom, Delhi). The S variant continues in the diesel version though.

In terms of features the E+ variant of the Creta petrol comes with tilt adjustable steering wheel, rear AC vents, headlight off and ignition key off reminder, 12V power outlet, anti glare mirror, touchscreen infotainment system etc. On the safety front the car sports dual front airbags, seat belt warning, ABS, EBD, Brake Assist, engine immobilizer, child safety lock.

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Power source for the Hyundai Creta petrol E+ is a 1.6 litre engine which churns out 122 bhp of peak power and 154 Nm of peak torque. The transmission duty is done by a five-speed manual gearbox, and there is a six-speed automatic gearbox on offer as well. The car is claimed to deliver a fuel economy of 15.29 kmpl.

The diesel version of the Hyundai Creta comes available in two different engine options – 1.4 litre unit and a 1.6 litre unit. These engines kick out 89 bhp and 126 bhp of peak power respectively. On transmission front the diesel versions come with six-speed manual and six-speed automatic gearbox options. In terms of fuel efficiency the 1.4 litre unit delivers 21.38 kmpl and the larger engine delivers 17.01 kmpl.

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The Hyundai Creta was launched last year, and the car garnered popularity in very short span. It comes designed following the Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design language, and sports a rugged look. At exterior the car dons sharp headlamp clusters, chrome garnished radiator grille, a bold bumper, alloy wheels etc.

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