Hyundai Creta Anniversary Edition arrives at dealership – In 14 Images

Posted on: Aug 10, 2016 - 2:46pm IST

Priced from INR 12.23 Lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi).

The Hyundai Creta Anniversary Edition has started arriving at dealerships, and one such example was photographed inside and out by Autos Arena. The Creta Anniversary Edition was launched at prices starting from INR 12.23 Lakhs and INR 13.76 Lakhs (both ex-showroom Delhi), for the petrol and diesel MT variants respectively.

Hyundai Creta Anniversary Edition front quarter arrives at dealership
The special edition is available only with the manual transmission.

Based on the Creta SX+ variant, the Creta Anniversary Edition features an exclusive contrasting black roof, black-painted C-pillar and roof spoiler, dual tone 17-inch alloy wheels from SX(O) grade, bright silver skid plates and body graphics.

Inside, the Creta Anniversary Edition gets an all black dashboard with red accents around the HVAC vents, fabric upholstery with red inserts and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. The feature list is identical the regular Creta SX+ grade.

Hyundai Creta Anniversary Edition dashboard arrives at dealership
Inside, the Creta Anniversary Edition gets an all black dashboard with red accents around the HVAC vents and fabric upholstery with red inserts.

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The Creta Anniversary Edition doesn’t receive any mechanical changes. It is available in both petrol and diesel variants, where the former packs a 1.6L VTVT four cylinder engine, while the latter is powered by a 1.6L CRDi four cylinder unit. Both engines are paired to a 6-speed manual gearbox. Although the SX+ grade also offers a 6-speed automatic gearbox in both variants, it’s not available as an option in the Creta Anniversary Edition.

Hyundai Creta Anniversary Edition – Image Gallery

[Source: AutosArena]

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