Hyundai Motors India has noted strong sales for the Creta SUV ever since launch in July 2015. In March 2017, the company achieved over 1.5 lakh units sales milestone, averaging 7,177 units each month. The end of February 2018 saw sales reach a milestone of 2.50 lakhs while now, sales have cross the 3 lakh mark, averaging 10,000 unit sales per month.
As the company launched 2018 Hyundai Creta, majority of the Creta on road today are the old variants. For those owners who want to convert their old Creta into new, there is an option.
Mr Harman Arora, who owns a 2016 Hyundai Creta model, is one such owner. He owns 2016 Hyundai Creta and has now successfully modified his car to look like the new 2018 Hyundai Creta. He got this done via a Hyundai authorized dealer, and it cost him Rs 31,000 for the same.
In order to modify his old Hyundai Creta to new Creta, Mr Arora ordered parts like new grille, fog lights, etc from the dealer. Once they arrived, he got them fitted on his 2016 Creta, and made it look like new Creta. As he liked the design of old headlights, he did not get them changed. Mr Arora has driven 51,000 kms, and the car still looks and feels like new. Just like every other Hyundai Creta owner, he too is a very happy customer.
One of the best-selling car in the country today, the new Hyundai Creta is priced in the range of Rs 9.44 lakhs to Rs 15.11 lakhs. There are various factors that have contributed to the Creta’s success story.
It has an array of world class features which allows it to compete with others in its class. It commands the best in in-cabin safety with dual airbags, ABS, EBD offered from the base variant while the top of the line SV variant gets 6 airbags, hill start assist, rear parking sensors and traction control. It will soon face competition from Tata Harrier SUV, which will launch later this year.