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Hyundai Creta Driven | Turbo Petrol Is Back, Diesel Still On Offer | First Drive Review

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So there we have it - our driving impressions of the Creta. It will cost you more, and the delta of cost difference has increased substantially as you keep moving up the variant ladder, but there are plenty of features Hyundai is throwing in to sweeten the deal, like dual-zone climate control, sequential turn indicators, a 360-degree camera, connected car tech, and that oh-so-lovely cushion for the rear passengers.

The Creta’s success story is about to be rewritten; there should be absolutely no doubt in the minds of anyone out there. It has defined the segment; it has reigned since inception, giving sleepless nights to other manufacturers with blazing sales figures. While there isn’t any future-ready powertrain option ready yet, sources tell us that an electric Creta is under development and will be introduced post rigorous testing. And that would add yet another feather to its success story. Has the king been reborn to claim the Throne? Ab-Seltosly-yes.



TopGear Magazine June 2024