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Hyundai Creta facelift to launch in May 2018


Hyundai India is soon launchings its upcoming Creta facelift SUV soon. The company has been testing the model on different terrains for a specific time. Now the SUV is ready to go into the production very soon.

The South Korean motor company is listed top with an expectation to provide an expected popular SUV in India, the Creta Facelift. Many pictures have been shared on the web about the much-awaiting Hyundai Creta facelift. The new model being tested on roads of India is presently in its final test phase before going into the production segment.

Hyundai Motor Company is likely to launch the model in the month of May in the Indian region. The new version of old Creta SUV is coming with a ton of latest features while retaining the present silhouette of the car. Latest Creta facelift is expected to take its styling cues from a Brazilian-spec version which was launched in 2016. The highlights of the new model will comprise sunroof and the dual-tone alloy wheels.

It is anticipated with a new hexagonal three-slat forward-facing grille feature coming with chrome coating along its revised visible bumper. Though there will be no such major change in its side profile, the rear may contain new tail lamp cluster. There is a possibility that the company may also add LED DRL (Daytime Running Lights) on the new model.

A remarkable interior will make you feel fresh inside the cabin. Some updated dashboards with new upholstery version will amaze you and excite you driving this model. Other interesting and anticipated features could be like keyless entry, engine start and stop button, automatic air-con and rear-parking sensors. Also, you can find an updated infotainment system containing a 7-inch display screen integrated for MP3 Player, GPS, Player Photos and Videos, auxiliary cable & cords, and USB.

The creta facelift in the cards continue the same engine of the present SUV model as of now. Currently, the creta has 1.6 VTVT petrol, 1.6 CRDi diesel and 1.4 CRDi diesel engine. The 1.6-liter CRDi VGT diesel engine generally carries 126 bhp mated to a 6-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission, while on the other hand, the 1.4-litre CRDi diesel brings only 89 bhp of power. The petrol alternatives of the Creta model get a 1.6-liter Dual VTVT engine supplying 121 bhp (brake-horsepower) power with a six-speed manual and automatic transmission selections.

Hyundai Creta new SUV takes on the likes of Mahindra XUV500, Renault Duster and Nissan Terrano in the 2nd most populated nation of the world, India. The new model will soon have a contender from H5X and Tata Motors.