The Creta is arguably one of the most successful SUVs to get launched in the country and the one that really kicked the compact SUV segment into action. It’s phenomenal success saw several other manufacturers dive into the segment though the past half decade has seen the Creta outsell pretty much all of its competitors. And now, we have an all-new Creta that promises to up the game with its new design, better interiors, longer and more exhaustive feature list and better drivability. It also gets the same 140bhp 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine mated to a seven-speed DCT as it’s cousin, the KIA Seltos. And that’s the one we drove, to bring you our first impressions of the second generation Creta.