The all new Hyundai Creta facelift which was introduced in India, has already received a very good response. The facelift model would soon available in the South African market too, approaching this July or August.
The facility based in Chennai has already been working on this project. Creta 2018 facelift has gone through changes, which includes beauty enhancements, additional features and improve better ride quality.
While it had retained the same outline, Hyundai Creta brings several changes including the new cascading grille, revised headlamps, dual-tone bumpers with skid plates, new fog lamp enclosures with LED DRLs, and revised taillights. While the wheels come with diamond cut alloy. Adding to the facelift, Hyundai has brought in the option of black roof for the dual-tone effect. Other interiors features include wireless charging of smartphones, electric sunroof, adjustable driver’s seat, descending front armrest and an updated infotainment, which supports Apply Carplay and Andriod Auto. Also, includes a smart key band which is wearable watch and works up as a fitness tracker.
Hyundai has changed the suspension in the new Creta Facelift 2018. This change in the suspension system is meant for a much better quality ride.
Hyundai Creta 2018 facelift still continues to use the 1.6 petrol and diesel engines not forgetting the 1.4 liter petrol also. There has been no change in the power, 6 speed manual and automatic transmission.
The current Hyundai in South Africa is priced from 329,900 South Africa Rands (approx, 16 Lakhs INR). The facelift model could see a price hike in South Africa as well as in India, with the higher end models getting even more expensive.