Hyundai launches automatic variant for petrol Creta in India at Rs 14.50 lakh
Ever since its release, the Hyundai Creta has been a blessing for the company, with over a 1,00,000 bookings in the first eight months. In an effort to further affirm their dominance in the segment, the company has launched the Hyundai Creta with an automatic transmission for the SX+ variant, making it the only automatic petrol in its segment. The automatic gets all the features of the SX+ variant, including rear parking camera and sensors, push start button and fully automatic climate control.
The Hyundai Creta is offered with three engine options, a four-pot petrol engine and two common-rail turbocharged diesel engines. The petrol power plant displaces 1.6-litres and produces 123PS and 151Nm of torque. Meanwhile, the diesel options are a 1.4-litre producing 90PS and 220Nm of torque, and a 1.6-litre producing 128PS and 260Nm of torque. Until recently, the petrol variant was previously offered with only a manual transmission.
"Hyundai Motor India has witnessed tremendous success with the Creta - the perfect SUV. Introducing the new variant with the automatic transmission in Creta showcases Hyundai's commitment to providing products based on customers' wants and building the relationship as a customer-centric company towards ensuring customers delight. With safety as our priority we have also introduced dual airbags as standard across all Creta variants. The new automatic variants and enhanced safety features will be instrumental in achieving our aim to be the most preferred car manufacturer in India." said Rakesh Shrivastava, senior VP, sales & marketing, HMIL.
Prices for the Hyundai Creta start at Rs 9.15 lakh and go up to Rs 14.50 lakh for the automatic petrol. All prices are ex-Delhi.
Starts Rs 9.29 Lakhs
Team OD | 19 Feb 2018
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