Hyundai to launch facelift Creta in India in H2 2018

Hyundai is gearing towards the launch of facelift edition of Creta in India in the latter half of 2018. We get you the more details here. 

Hyundai Motors India Limited is diligently working towards the launch of facelift version of its popular Creta SUV in India in the latter half of 2018. Sources privy to the discussion confided to your portal that preparations are going on in this regard and the facelift version is expected to see the light of the day sometime in July-August 2018. Just so you know, Hyundai Creta made its Indian debut in July 2015 and since then, the SUV is raking big numbers for the Indian arm of South Korean auto major.

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The facelift version of Hyundai Creta is expected to feature some fine Detailing on the outside like updated grille, revised headlamps, newly designed alloys, and updated bumpers. Hyundai is likely not to Tinker with the overall profile so as to retain customers’ strong association with the Creta brand. Inside the cabin, the changes are expected to confine only to the styling and quality of material. The overall design of the dash is unlikely to change though the company is expected to fit in more equipment to up the ante against the competitors.

Mechanically, the 1.4-liter and 1.6-liter diesel engines and 1.6-liter petrol motors are likely to be carried over along with the traHyundai to launch facelift Creta in India in H2 2018nsmission choices. Both 1.6-liter petrol and diesel motors will come with the manual as well as 6-speed automatic gearboxes as an option. The new 2018 Hyundai facelift will take on the likes of Jeep compass, upcoming new Renault Duster, and upcoming Tata H5X among others. 

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