Hyundai Creta’s new base variant detailed with must-have accessories [Video]

The Hyundai Creta is unarguably one of the most popular compact SUV in its segment. It has been in the country for a while now and it never felt outdated. It is because Hyundai kept on coming up with minute changes and minor updates time to time. The Creta is a perfect SUV as it is not that big in size to roam around in the city with ample space on the inside. The Creta is also famous among people who love to customise their vehicles. We have seen many examples of the same in the past where the Creta has been tastefully modified. In this article we feature one such Hyundai Creta that gets some subtle modifications both on the outside and inside.

The video has been uploaded by Anil’s tec & auto youtube channel. The Creta shown in the video is a base E Plus trim which comes with no features that the higher trims get. The owner of the car had gone for accessories to make it look like an SX trim Creta. The list of accessories used in the car start from the front. The grille gets silver inserts and chrome borders, the E Plus trim does not come with fog lamps, so the owner had opted for original Creta fog lamp unit along with LED DRLs that also act as turn indicators. No changes are done to the headlamps.

At the rear, this Creta gets an aftermarket LED tail lamp unit which has Audi like sweeping indicators in it. LED position lamps are also installed on the bumper along with a chrome strip on the boot. On the side, this Creta gets genuine Hyundai Creta roof rails and chrome garnish on the door handles. Apart from that everything remains the same. The Creta in the video still gets the 16-inch steel wheel which according to the video, owner plans to change to 17 inch alloys.

Hyundai Creta Eplus Featured

On the inside, Creta gets various additions like a sunglass holder with lights which is otherwise missing on lower variants, steering mounted controls and the JVC touchscreen infotainment system is all aftermarket accessory. All these accessories have been installed pretty neatly and make the E Plus trim of the Creta look like a higher variant one.

Hyundai Creta is available in combination of three engine options. A 1.4L diesel, 1.6L petrol and a 1.6L diesel engine. Hyundai is currently working on next-generation Creta and is most likely to be launched in India this year. It has already been launched in International market and is known by the name ix25.