The facelift could have minor beauty and software program updates however there can be no mechanical modifications for India when launched in 2017
Hyundai has unveiled the facelifted Creta on the 2016 Sau Paulo Motor Present and is anticipated to be launched in India in 2017. Mechanically, the SUV could have no updates and shall be offered with a selection of diesel and petrol engines. Nonetheless, there shall be extra comfort and security options, together with some beauty modifications. These embrace revised entrance and rear bumpers, blackened out hexagonal grille with chrome define and a brand new alloy wheel design.
Transfer to the within of the 2017 Creta and there are minimal however important modifications. The tidy look with a luxurious really feel is unbroken. The infotainment system, although, will get a software program replace and can assist Apple CarPlay in addition to Android Auto. Aside from this, the upcoming SUV will retain its design cues on the within however is anticipated to return with a brand new brown/black color scheme for the dashboard and seats. Further options would additionally embrace a Tyre Strain Monitoring System (TPMS). Together with this, the present security options shall be carried ahead, together with stability management, hill-climb help, ABS with EBD, SRS airbags and extra for the upper variants.
In Brazil although, the 2017 Hyundai Creta could have mechanical updates and can sport a 1.6-litre U2 CRDI diesel engine and a 2.0-litre Nu petrol motor that has been seen within the present technology Hyundai Elantra in India. We anticipate the facelifted Creta to be launched in India within the second half of the calendar 12 months 2017. With the above talked about new options, one might anticipate a marginal value enhance on the present costs.
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