Hyundai Creta got its most recent update in early 2020 and since then the car has been on top of every ‘most sold SUV’ list and looking at the sale the Creta which stands at 12,463 units that is 1.5 times more than the second position holder Kia Seltos which made a sale of 8,086 units, even though both cars packs the same power and are built on the same platform with almost identical features. However, the new 2021 Creta will only be carrying some feature upgrades, or more so a feature change as for some variants there are only some feature reductions.
Talking about the features, the base E variant will be going through a feature cut as some of the features will be deduced for its list like electrically foldable ORVM + its turn indicators, seat pockets and the boot light. This feature cut is to counter the price increase however the chances of any price reduction is quite low.
For the EX and S versions, the normal wired Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are being upgraded to wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and the other features will more or less remain the same. And for the top-end variants like SX and SX(O), the car will be getting some features like smart key ignition start/stop, soft paint on the interior, welcome greeting on the ignition on and advanced connectivity features, which are the OTA updates that the car will be getting like the mobile updates which will be adding new features to your car in terms of software, apart from all the other features mention for all the other cars.
And the new 2021 Hyundai Creta will still be rocking the same 3 options, first being the 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine generating 115 PS, a 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine generating 140 PS and lastly, a 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel engine which can generate up to max power of 115 PS.