Hyundai Creta Review

Found on 1967, Hyundai Motor Company is a South Korean four-wheeler multinational company whose headquarter is situated at Seoul, South Korea. Hyundai’s first car was the Cortina which was launched in collaboration with Ford Motor Company. Hyundai established its manufacturing factory in India in 1996.And Hyundai has been 11 different cars manufactured in Asian plants in Nepal under the dealership of Laxmi Intercontinental.

The Hyundai Creta, also known as Hyundai ix25 in other countries is a sub-concise crossover SUV body-type car which originally is manufactured in China. The Hyundai Creta is designed under the policy of Kia Soul, Hyundai i30 and looks a lot like Kia KX3. The Creta is equipped with various safety features like Vehicle Stability Management (VSM), Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Hillstart Assist Control (HAC) and so on.

Moreover, the Hyundai Creta features length and height of 4270 mm and 1630 mm respectively. The difference between the front and rear wheels is 2590 mm and the lower framework is 183 mm away from the ground. Furthermore, the car is available in 9 different varieties.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 4,156,000 (For 1.6 Base Petrol),

Rs. 4,496,000 (For 1.6 E+ Petrol),

Rs. 4,556,000 (For 1.6 S Petrol),

Rs. 4,556,000 (For 1.4 Base Diesel),

Rs. 5,156,000 (For 1.6 SX Plus Petrol),

Rs. 5,556,000 (For 1.6 SX Plus AT Petrol),

Rs. 5,756,000 (For 1.6 SX Plus Diesel),

Rs. 6,096,000 [For 1.6 SX (O) Diesel],

Rs. 6,156,000 (For 1.6 SX Plus Auto Diesel)



 Body Type
 Basic Weight
 4270 mm
 1630 mm
 2590 mm
 Front Track
 Rear Track
 Ground Clearance
 183 mm



Fuel Tank
 60 liters
 4, Inline
 Valves Per Cylinder
 4, DOHC
 1591 cc
 Max Power
 122 bhp @ 6400 RPM
 Max Torque
 154 Nm @ 4850 RPM



Front Brakes
Rear Brakes
Front Wheels
 205 / 65 R16
Rear Wheels
 205 / 65 R16
Front Suspensions
 McPherson Strut Type with Coil Spring
Rear Suspensions
 Coupled Torsion Beam Axle



 Number of Gears

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