The Hyundai Creta has received minor cosmetic changes, new comfort and convenience features and some performance improvements with its mid-cycle refresh. Key design changes include tweaked headlamps, Cascade design radiator grille, LED DRLs new dual-tone bumpers, new skid plates and tweaked tail lamps.
Passive keyless entry was already available in the Hyundai Creta, but Hyundai allows its owners to flaunt the feature in a new way now. A Smart Key Band, featuring an integrated fitness tracker, comes with the SUV. All an owner has to do now is wear it like a regular fitness band. This is a first-in-segment feature, at least in India. Other newly introduced features include an electric sunroof, 6-way electrically adjustable driver’s seat, wireless smartphone charger, sliding front armrest and Auto Link smartphone app support for the infotainment system.
The Hyundai Creta’s engine/transmission combinations have remained the same post facelift. Hyundai has improved the 1.6-litre diesel engine to deliver maximum torque from lower engine speeds and across a wider band.