The Hyundai Creta SX Automatic Petrol was part of our long-term fleet for three months. This final report will emphasise the aspects of the car that we liked and disliked while driving it to get a sense of what it’s like to own a Hyundai Creta SX petrol automatic. Take a look at these.
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The Hyundai Creta SX six-speed automatic transmission provides excellent city drivability, as well as excellent motorway performance. It has a very smooth gearbox with no jerks while changing gears. There’s no need to worry about repeatedly pressing the clutch in traffic.
The engine and the ride
The 1.6-litre petrol engine in the Hyundai Creta SX is powerful enough and doesn’t burn a lot of fuel for you to be concerned. The ride is almost comfortable because it isn’t too rough and jarring. The suspension is nicely damped to provide a smooth ride. As a result, the Creta is unfazed by crumbling roads. In addition, the handling is competent in the city and on the highway by SUV standards.
Sat-nav infotainment system with a 7-inch touch screen
Hyundai has equipped the Creta with a 7-inch touch screen music system to meet your entertainment needs. The device is simple to use and effortlessly connects to your phone’s Bluetooth. The reverse camera that comes included with this display does an excellent job of assisting you in parking this SUV even in tight spots.
Storage areas and interior space
The interior of the Creta has good quality components and materials, as well as a nice sense of space. Passengers will be comfortable in the cabin, with plenty of storage options. Whether you have a large or small bag, the huge boot will accommodate it.
Video playback and navigation
Video playback is also supported by the Creta’s touch screen interface. However, as a safety precaution, you should not use it while driving and should only use it when the car is parked. In addition, the navigation system isn’t as user-friendly or accurate as Google Maps. As a result, we relied on our phones rather than the car’s navigation system.
Console for musical instruments
Almost all automobiles come equipped with an instrument cluster that displays the odometer and trip metre. We wish the Creta’s digital panel had also included information on distance-to-empty and average fuel economy.
The cost is really high.
For a feature-rich and premium SUV, premium pricing is reasonable. The Hyundai Creta SX, on the other hand, is lacking in some key features (leather seats, cruise control, etc. ), which will turn off many potential purchasers at this price point.
Despite this, the Hyundai Creta SX has already proven to be a popular choice among Indian shoppers. The quantity of Creta vehicles on the road reflects this extremely well. The bad news is that now that the Creta’s lease is up, we’ll be returning it to Hyundai. However, there is good news for potential buyers: Hyundai has already addressed the flaws and launched the 2017 Hyundai Creta in India.