The trending, surprisingly, has been towards the demand for the diesel variant of Creta. In June 2020, the new Creta sat at the top of the sales chart, in July it became the most sold utility vehicle and further strengthened by at least 55,000 bookings. The trend surely suggests it would take something special from the competitors to halt such a success ride.
12:31Hyundai Creta review: Decoding diesel demand
We drove the exciting turbo variant earlier, and discussed in detail about the look and feel of the second generation. This time around, you pit the new Creta against the phased out Creta to present a better picture.
Watch the video to know about the differences:
In terms of performance, the second-generation Hyundai Creta takes over its predecessor with the powerful 1.4-litre turbo petrol engine.
The new Creta is also available with 1.5-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engine options. The previous generation Creta offered two diesel engine options and one petrol option.
09:152020 Hyundai Creta review
Creta was a popular SUV and with the second-generation Hyundai has hit the nail on its head with design, comfort and convenience. Watch the full review to find out what works in favour of diesel variants of Creta.
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