2015 witnessed many exciting car launches while some got warm response from the buyers while few still struggling to fetch a decent pie share in the Indian market. Hyundai’s first compact SUV Creta has managed to fascinate the Indian market with its stirring success. In the country there have been very few vehicles that managed to create an aura like Creta and testimony to the fact is over 60,000 confirmed bookings for the SUV. Additionally, Hyundai Creta has managed to sell over 7000 units a month since its launch courtesy of chic design, premium interiors and excellent engines. Well, let’s see why buyers are so mad about Creta.
Most of the users we talked to were fan of Creta’s design and some of them were calling it as a best looking SUV in India till date. As per a user, Creta is certainly a trend setter and its amazing fluidic design is a head turner.
Feature richness at its best
As per one user, this SUV kills all its competitors in equipment level as it gets bucket of premium features making this already trendy SUV a compelling buy in the segment. Creta comes with touchscreen infotainment system; reverse parking camera, six airbags, automatic climate control, hill start assist gives the feel of a luxurious car.
Awesome riding quality
The users who have taken the test drive of the vehicle became the fan of its performance and handling. Creta offers great driving comfort with awesome refinement levels and neutral handling.
Creta Automatic- A deal Breaker
A user who bought the SX+ AT trim was truly impressed with its performance, “Creta is not only a fantastic looking car but also a great value for money product. The AT gearbox is pretty quick, responsive and make shifts briskly, probably the best SUV i have ever drive” said by a proud owner.
Great Product spoiled by premium pricing
A user who took the test drive of SUV told us that he just loved the baby Santa Fe aka Creta but not planning to buy one coz of the sky-scraping price range. He feels that it is priced way higher than EcoSport and even Duster and comes close to XUV500 which is a full fledge SUV.
Cramped rear bench
One user didn’t seem happy with the shoulder space at rear seats. “Despite being available as a five seater SUV, we expect ample amount of space for the rear bench seats but sadly it is still good for two adults not three which is disheartening” says the user.
The other drawback is the absence of AWD system while its chief competitor comes with an AWD system. Many users think it’s unfair to pay extra money to buy a 2WD SUV when AWD is available in the same price range.
|Comparison of Hyundai Creta|
|Comparison of Hyundai Creta variants|