Yes, the good news is finally here for those who have been waiting for the mid-life facelift of the Hyundai Creta since its launch. Recently, the sources claimed to see Hyundai Motors testing its new model. Although the car was covered heavily in camouflage, the source hinted at it being the new facelift of already running model Creta of Hyundai. With new rivals on road like Jeep Compass and Renault Captur, it is the perfect time for the Hyundai motors to come up with the new modifications of the Creta. Although the assumptions have been made by the sources, there is nothing much to share as the facelift has been driving the roads of India in disguise.
Expected Changes in the new Hyundai Creta Facelift
Although, there is nothing much that has been gathered by the sources to confirm the upcoming changes in the new Create running test drives on the roads of India, still with the new facelift of Creat launched in Brazil, we can expect at least major cosmetic variations in the new model. Rest assured that with the history of bringing forth the best in the facelifts of the cars by Hyundai, we can expect this facelift to be eye blazing.
Expectations in new Creta Facelift Model
Talking about the appearance, by the looks of it Hyundai Creta facelift is expected to be designed with the new grille in the cascading pattern and new front Bumper. As far as the cosmetic changes go, with the test model on road, sources have also claimed that the model will have redesigned headlamps and revised fog lamps. Also, the test mule has also suggested the new look with the redefined alloys. Coming to the rear side, the new facelift can also be expected to see changes in taillamps, tailgate along with the faux skid plate.
Lets’ see how many of these expectations will shape into reality on the launch of this new facelifted Creta model. With these cosmetic changes, Hyundai might not vary anything at its mechanical end. So, we can expect the same 1.6 liter Gamma Dual VTVT petrol engine along with the 1.6-litre U2 CRDi VGT. Also, the engine will remain to come with the 6-speed manual gearbox as in standard model and automatic 6-speed gearbox in the automatic version of Hyundai Creta.
Let us wait and watch that whether the newly revised version of Hyundai Creta beat its competition Jeep Compass and Renault Captur?
Source – NDTV