Are The 2020 Hyundai Creta Petrol SX MT, SX AT, SX Turbo Variants Worth Buying?

Are The 2020 Hyundai Creta Petrol SX MT, SX AT, SX Turbo Variants Worth Buying?

Here we are looking at the details of the SX MT, SX AT and SX turbo variants of the 2020 Hyundai Creta petrol, to find out if they offer good value for money or if you should buy some other variant.

 

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What Is The Price Of The 2020 Hyundai Creta SX Petrol Variant?

Here are the pricing details of the 2020 Hyundai Creta along with the price comparison with its diesel counterparts:

2020 HYUNDAI CRETA | INTRODUCTORY PRICE LIST

EX-SHOWROOM INDIA  | APR. 2020

 

E

EX

S

SX

SX (O)

1.5L PETROL MT

-

Rs. 9,99,000

Rs. 11,72,000

Rs. 13,46,000

-

1.5L PETROL CVT

-

-

-

Rs. 14,94,000

Rs. 16,15,000

1.35L PETROL DCT

-

-

-

Rs. 16,16,000

Rs. 17,20,000

1.5L DIESEL MT

Rs. 9,99,000

Rs. 11,49,000

Rs. 12,77,000

Rs. 14,51,000

Rs. 15,79,000

1.5L DIESEL AT

-

-

-

Rs. 15,99,000

Rs. 17,20,000

 

Hyundai Creta SX MT petrol costs Rs. 13.46 lakh. The SX automatic costs Rs.14.94 and is Rs. 1.48 lakh more expensive than the SX MT. The SX is also available with a turbo petrol engine, which is priced at Rs. 16.16 lakh. It’s only available with a 7-speed automatic transmission and is Rs. 1.22 lakh more expensive than the SX AT.

What Are The Features Of The 2020 Hyundai Creta SX Petrol MT Variant?

Below are the features of the 2020 Hyundai Creta SX MT variant over S:

2020 HYUNDAI CRETA 1.5L PETROL | SX VARIANT | FEATURES OVER CRETA S

Rs. 13,46,000 | EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | APR. 2020

Safety

Entertainment

Functional

Style

Rear Disc Brakes

10.25-Inch HD Infotainment with BlueLink

Driver Side Auto Up-Down Power Window

R17 Alloy Wheels

Electronic Stability Control

BlueLink Integrated Smartwatch App

Rear Center Armrest w/ Cup Holders

LED DRLs

Hill Start Assist

Advanced BlueLink

Rear Seat Headrest Cushion

Chrome Door Handles

Child Seat Anchor

 

2-Step Rear Reclining Seat

Leather-wrapped Steering

Puddle Lamps with Welcome Function

 

60:40 Split Rear Seat

Metallic Door Scuff Plates

Burglar Alarm

 

Smartphone Wireless Charger

Ambient Lighting

LED Headlamps

 

Auto Folding ORVM

Panoramic Sunroof

  

LED Map & Reading Lamps

 
  

Adjustable Rear Headrests

 

 

What Are The Features Of The 2020 Hyundai Creta SX Petrol AT (CVT) Variant?

Below are the features of the SX AT over the SX MT:

2020 HYUNDAI CRETA 1.5L PETROL CVT  SX VARIANT | FEATURES OVER CRETA 1.5 PETROL MANUAL SX

Rs. 14,94,000 | EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | APR. 2020

Safety

Functional

Electric Parking Brake w/ Auto Hold

Drive Mode Select

Air Purifier

Paddle Shifters

Traction Control Modes

 

 

What Are The Features Of The 2020 Hyundai Creta SX Petrol Turbo Variant?

Below are the features of the Creta SX Turbo:

2020 HYUNDAI CRETA 1.35L AUTOMATIC SX VARIANT | FEATURES OVER CRETA 1.5 PETROL CVT SX VARIANT

Rs. 16,16,000 | EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | APR. 2020

Style (Exterior)

Style (Interior)

Body Colour Outside Door Handles (instead of chrome)

Front & Rear Skid Plate in Matt Black

All-Black Interiors w/ Orange Color Pack

TGS Gaitor boot w/ Contrast Stitching

Optional Dual Tone Exterior with Glossy Black C-Pillar

Integrated Roof Rails in Matt Black

Orange Accent around AC Vents

Leather Wrapped Steering w/ Contrast Stitching

R17 Grey Alloys

Dark Chrome Grille

 

Sports Pedal

Twin Tip Exhaust

Black Side Sill Garnish

  

 

Should You Buy The 2020 Hyundai Creta SX Petrol MT/AT/Turbo?

The Hyundai Creta SX MT costs Rs. 13.46 lakh (ex-showroom) and justifies its asking price considering the features it adds over the S variant. The SX is the most value for money variant in the 2020 Creta petrol lineup and is the most value for money variant with a petrol engine and a manual transmission.

The Creta SX automatic costs Rs. 14.94 lakh. Just like the SX MT, the SX automatic is also a good value for the features it offers. If you want the new Creta with the automatic transmission 

Priced at Rs. 16.16 lakh, the SX turbo is for those who want some performance out of their Creta. It’s also priced suitably for the performance gains and features it adds over the SX automatic and is worth considering. It’s certainly a better value than the SX (O) turbo. Tread with caution though, as this is a fairly new turbo petrol engine with direct injection and a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic. DCTs haven’t fared well in the long run in Indian climate and driving conditions. The turbo petrol engines are also only recently started gaining market share. Definitely get the extended warranty to insure yourself against the niggles sometimes experienced during the ownership of a car with new engine technologies.

If you prefer watching a video to get the answer, here’s it is explaining which variant of the 2020 Creta petrol is the best value for money:


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Lakshya Khanna

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