Hyundai Creta is one of the most popular mid-size SUV in the segment. It was launched in the market last year and it quickly became popular among buyers for its looks, features and the price. Hyundai Creta competes with cars like Kia Seltos, MG Hector in the segment. One of the most popular variant in Creta is the base E trim which is available with both petrol and diesel engine options. Hyundai recently announced that they are deleting some of the details from the base E trim to avoid a price hike. Here we have a video that shows a detailed video on what all features have been removed from the Creta SUV.
The video has been uploaded by Arun Panwar on his YouTube channel. In this video, vlogger talks and shows all the features that have been removed from the base E trim Creta. He starts from the front. It still gets the split boomerang shaped LED DRLs, projector headlamps and turn indicators are placed on the lower part of the bumper. Earlier even the base version of Creta used to come with a silver coloured faux skid plate. In this new version that has been removed. It comes with all black bumper both at the front and rear.
Next is the ORVMs. Earlier the turn indicators used to come with integrated LED turn indicators. That feature is not available anymore. The turn indicator is now mounted on the side fender. The ORVMs were electrically adjustable before but, now it needs to be adjustable manually. In terms of design nothing else has changed in the side profile. As we move to the rear, vlogger shows the split tail lights. Hyundai has done no changes here however inside the boot, the boot lamp which was available before has been removed.
Apart from that, it gets 16 inch steel rims and a spare tyre is also of the same size. Inside the cabin, the Hyundai Creta is still offered with a dual tone fabric seat, dual tone dashboard, D-cut steering wheel with control switches for the MID. Missing feature inside the Creta E variant is the pockets that were available behind the front seats. Hyundai does not offer a basic music system with the base E trim. When Creta was launched, E variant was only available with diesel engine. Later on the petrol version was also available in this trim and the one seen here in the video is a petrol Creta.
Higher variants of Hyundai Creta get features like panoramic sunroof, fully digital instrument cluster, ventilated seats, air purifier, multi-function steering wheel, touchscreen infotainment system, connected car features, dual tone alloy wheels, tri-beam LED headlamps and so on. It is available in variety of engine and transmission options. There is a 1.5 litre naturally aspirated engine that is available with a manual and CVT gearbox option. The 1.5 litre diesel engine is a turbocharged unit and it comes with manual and 6-speed automatic gearbox option. Hyundai also offers a 1.4 litre turbo petrol engine with Creta which comes with a 7-speed DCT gearbox as standard.