Hyundai Creta N Line launched at Rs 16.82 lakh

Ritesh Patil
Gets a 6-speed manual option!

The Hyundai Creta has been the most successful nameplate in the midsize premium SUV segment. So, it makes sense that the latest N Line model to join the Hyundai lineup is the Creta N Line. The SUV will be available in two variants – N8 and N10. Here are the detailed prices (all prices ex-showroom):

N8 MT – Rs 16.82 lakh

N8 DCT – Rs 18.32 lakh

N10 MT – 19.34 lakh

N10 DCT – 20.30 lakh

The design updates on the Creta N Line are quite extensive. Up front, you get a redesigned bumper and a slimmer grille that houses the N Line logo. You get bigger 18 inch wheels at the sides and the diamond cut alloys with the N Logo and red brake callipers look quite striking. At the rear, you get a bigger roof-mounted spoiler and a blacked out lower bumper that also houses the twin-tip exhausts, exclusive to the N Line model. The addition of red accents across the body adds a nice contrast and signifies the SUV’s sporty intent.

On the inside, the interior receives an all-black treatment with red accents on the dashboard and seats. You also get the N Line steering wheel and gear shift knob, along with Aluminium pedals. Like the standard model, the Creta N Line is packed with features. You get dual 10.25-inch screens for the infotainment and instrument cluster along with ventilated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, panoramic sunroof, 8-speaker Bose audio system and a powered driver’s seat. 

Safety features like 6 airbags, all-wheel disc brakes, tyre pressure monitoring system, Electronic parking brake, and Blind Spot View Monitor come as standard while the top spec model also gets Level 2 ADAS.

Powering the Creta N Line is the Hyundai group’s 1.5-litre 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine that produces 160PS and 253Nm. The good news here is that you also get an option of 6-speed manual gearbox, along with a 7-speed DCT. Hyundai has tweaked the suspension setup and steering wheel for sportier and more dynamic handling.

Once launched, the Creta N Line will be an unique offering in the segment but will face competition from the likes of Volkswagen Taigun GT, Skoda Kushaq powered by the 1.5 TSI engine and the Kia Seltos turbo-petrol variants.

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