Hyundai Creta Sports Edition Launched In India; Prices Start At ₹ 12.78 Lakh

The Hyundai Creta Sports Edition has been introduced ahead of the launch of the Kia Seltos that will go on sale in India on August 22, 2019. The Seltos is expected to get a lot of traction right from the launch and the new special edition will help the Creta remain relevant amidst new competition. Tata Motors too is planning to introduce an all-black version of the Harrier later this month.

Written by August 5, 2019 19:17

New Delhi: The compact SUV segment is where all the action is right now in the Indian market and an old player like Hyundai does not want to be left behind. The Korean carmaker has silently rolled out the Hyundai Creta Sports Edition.

The special edition brings a host of cosmetic and feature upgrades with prices starting at ₹ 12.78 lakh for the petrol and ₹ 14.13 lakh for the diesel (all prices, ex-showroom Mumbai). The Sports Edition is priced premium at a premium by up to ₹ 60,000 over the standard SX trim, which it is based on.

Talking about the changes made on the Sports Edition Creta model, the major change is in the form of the paint job which available in two schemes – Phantom Black and Polar White with a Phantom Black roof. The dual-tone paint scheme adds a further Rs 11,000 to the Hyundai Creta Sports Edition’s price.

There are a total of 20 upgrades/alterations on the Sports Edition Creta as compared to the regular model. On the exterior front, changes include a smoked effect for the projector headlights, a dark chrome finish for the grille, silver roof rails and skid plates, faux dual exhaust tips finished in chrome, black outside mirror casings, and a rear spoiler.

The Hyundai Creta Sports Edition has been introduced ahead of the launch of the Kia Seltos that will go on sale in India on August 22, 2019. The Seltos is expected to get a lot of traction right from the launch and the new special edition will help the Creta remain relevant amidst new competition. Tata Motors too is planning to introduce an all-black version of the Harrier later this month.