Hyundai Creta Petrol Variants Explained - Which One To Buy

Hyundai Creta Petrol Variants Explained - Which One To Buy

In this September update of the variants explained article, you'll find out which variant of the Hyundai Creta petrol you should buy based on the prices, variant-wise features and value for money. Here we compare and objectively analyse the 2020 Creta's petrol variants and the features. Then we will compare the engine specs, dimensions and mileage of the new Hyundai Creta with its competitors and other petrol-powered C-segment SUVs like Kia Seltos, Renault Duster, Nissan Kicks and Maruti Suzuki S Cross.

 

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What Are The Pros And Cons Of Hyundai Creta Petrol?

The pros or advantages of Creta petrol are:

  • 3 petrol engine and transmission combinations to choose from
  • Creta’s popularity keeps its resale prices high in the used car market
  • Good starting price of under Rs. 10 lakh and a reasonably equipped base variant too
  • Well loaded with features like powered driver seat, rear window sunshades, TPMS, panoramic sunroof, reclining rear seat, 6 airbags, Bose sound system, ventilated seats, etc.
  • Widest service network for a car of this class

The Hyundai Creta petrol has the following shortcomings or problems:

  • The DCT has questionable long-term reliability prospects
  • Turbo petrol is not available with a manual transmission for buyers who want the performance but don’t yet trust the DCT’s long-term reliability prospects
  • S and SX (O) variants offer poor value for money compared to the other variants.
  • Feature you might miss in the Creta - 360 camera, lane watch camera, powered tailgate and auto wipers
  • Off-beat design may polarize opinions compared to the first gen Creta’s mass-market appeal

What Is The Price Of 2020 Hyundai Creta Petrol?

The Hyundai Creta petrol is available in a total of 4 variants - EX, S, SX and SX (O). The normal petrol engine with manual transmission is available in the lower three variants with prices ranging from Rs. 9.99 lakh and going up to Rs. 13.46 lakh. With this engine, you can have the CVT automatic transmission in SX and SX (O) variants for Rs. 14.94 lakh and Rs. 16.15 lakh, respectively. The Creta petrol CVT automatic variants are about Rs. 1.48 lakh more expensive than the manual.

There’s also a 1.4-litre turbo petrol engine with 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, which is available in SX and SX (O) variants. The Creta turbo automatic costs Rs. 16.16 lakh for the SX and Rs. 17.2 lakh for the SX (O) variant. The Hyundai Creta turbo DCT is Rs. 1.05 to Rs. 1.22 lakh more expensive than the Creta 1.5L with CVT automatic.

2020 HYUNDAI CRETA | PRICE LIST

EX-SHOWROOM INDIA | SEP. 2020

 

1.5L PETROL MT

1.5L PETROL CVT

1.4L PETROL DCT

EX

₹9,99,000

-

-

S

₹11,72,000

-

-

SX

₹13,46,000

₹14,94,000

₹16,16,000

SX(O)

-

₹16,15,000

₹17,20,000

Hyundai Creta Petrol EX - Base Model Features & Review

The Creta EX variant is the most affordable one and priced just under Rs. 10 lakh. This allows buyers in most states to get it for a much lower on-road price compared to a car that costs more than Rs. 10 lakh.

The EX variant is only available with the 1.5L normal petrol engine and 6-speed manual transmission. It gets the following notable features a standard:

  • Remote central locking
  • Adjustable Front Headrests
  • Cooled Glovebox
  • 8-Inch Touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple Carplay
  • Front & Rear Power Windows
  • Front USB Charger
  • Luggage Lamp
  • 4 speakers w/ Front Tweeters
  • Rear AC Vents
  • Sunglass Holder
  • Tilt Steering
  • Gear Shift Indicator
  • Follow-me-home Headlamps
  • Electrically-adjustable ORVMs
  • Height-adjustable Driver Seat
  • Front Armrest w/ Storage
  • Steering Mounted  Controls
  • 2 Front Airbags
  • Shark Fin Antenna
  • ABS w/ EBD
  • Black-Greige Interior
  • Rear Parking Sensors 
  • Flat-bottom Steering
  • LED Positioning Lamps
  • 16-inch Steel Wheels with Full Wheel Covers
  • Black Front Grille
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
  • Halogen Projector Headlamps

2020 HYUNDAI CRETA 1.5L PETROL | EX VARIANT FEATURES

₹ 9,99,000 | EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | SEP. 2020

Functional

Entertainment

Keyless Entry w/ Foldable Key

Adjustable Front Headrests

Cooled Glovebox

8-Inch Touchscreen Audio system

Front & Rear Power Windows

Front USB Charger

Luggage Lamp

4 speakers w/ Front Tweeters

Rear AC Vents

Front Passenger Seat Back Pocket

Sunglass Holder

USB & Bluetooth Connectivity

Tilt Steering

Gear Shift Indicator

Follow-me-home Headlamps

Apple CarPlay & Android Auto

Electrically-adjustable ORVMs

Height-adjustable Driver Seat

Front Armrest w/ Storage

Steering Mounted  Controls


For a base variant, the Creta EX is reasonably well equipped to satisfy the needs of most budget buyers. This variant gets most of the must-have features. However, it won’t wow buyers upgrading from a well-kitted B2 hatchback like i20 or Jazz as it doesn’t get features like auto AC, cruise control, fog lamps, rear parcel tray, defogger and rear washer/wiper.

Buyers upgrading from a lower segment car than an i20 or Jazz will find it to be adequate for their needs. This is highly recommended for budget buyers considering the Hyundai Creta petrol.

2020 HYUNDAI CRETA 1.5L PETROL | EX VARIANT FEATURES

₹ 9,99,000 | EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | SEP. 2020

Safety

Style

Dual Front Airbags

Day & Night IRVM

Body-coloured Bumpers

Shark Fin Antenna

ABS w/ EBD

Central Locking

Body Coloured Door Handles

Black-Greige Interior

Rear Parking Sensors 

Driver & Passenger Seatbelt Pretensioners

Body Coloured ORVM w/ Side Indicators

Flat-bottom Steering

Driver & Passenger Seatbelt Reminder

Speed Sensing Auto Door Lock

LED Positioning Lamps

16-inch Wheels

High-Speed Alert

Impact Sensing Auto Door Unlock

Front & Rear Silver Skid Plate

Black Front Grille

Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

Halogen Projector Headlamps

Roof End Spoiler

 

Hyundai Creta Petrol EX vs S Variant

The price difference between the Creta EX and S variant is Rs. 1.71 lakh as the Creta S variant with the manual transmission costs Rs. 11.72 lakh. For this additional sum, you get the following notable features in the S variant:

  • Rear Parking Camera w/ Guidelines
  • Automatic Headlamps
  • Stylish Wheel Covers
  • Driver Rear View Monitor
  • Automatic AC
  • LED Tail Lamps
  • Front Fog Lamps
  • Smart Key w/ Push Button Start
  • Rear Defogger
  • Cruise Control
  • Chrome Grille
  • Rear Wiper & Washer
  • Rear Window Sunshade
  • Metal Inside Door Handles
  • Rear Parcel Tray
  • Rear USB Charger
  • Driver Seat Back Pocket

The S variant of the Creta gets a fantastic balance of good-to-have and must-have features you’d expect from a car of this class. However, the on-road price difference of over Rs. 2.0 lakh makes it a poor value for money. Consider the Creta S petrol MT variant only if you don’t want to stretch your budget further and also find the EX variant too basic for your taste.

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

₹ 11,72,000 | EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | SEP. 2020

Safety

Functional

Style

Rear Parking Camera w/ Guidelines

Automatic Headlamps

Stylish Wheel Covers

Driver Rear View Monitor

Automatic AC

LED Tail Lamps

Front Fog Lamps

Smart Key w/ Push Button Start

Silver Roof Rails

Rear Defogger

Cruise Control

Chrome Grille

Rear Wiper & Washer

Rear Window Sunshade

Metal Inside Door Handles

 

Rear Parcel Tray

 
 

Rear USB Charger

 
 

Driver Seat Back Pocket

 

Hyundai Creta Petrol 1.5L S vs SX Variant

The price difference between the Hyundai Creta S and SX petrol MT variant is Rs 1.74 lakh. The Creta SX 1.5L petrol MT costs Rs. 13.46 lakh. The Creta SX variant is also available with the 1.5L normal petrol engine and CVT automatic transmission. With the CVT automatic, the Creta SX costs Rs. 14.94 lakh, which is Rs. 1.48 lakh more than the SX petrol MT. This asking price for the automatic transmission is much higher than expected.

For the Rs. 1.74 lakh higher price than the SX variant gets the following additional features:

  • Rear Disc Brakes
  • 10.25-Inch HD Touchscreen
  • Auto Folding ORVM
  • 17-inch Alloy Wheels
  • Electronic Stability Control
  • BlueLink Telematics and Internet-connected Features
  • Driver Side Auto Up-Down Power Window
  • LED DRL
  • Hill Start Assist
  • Rear Seat Headrest Cushion
  • Chrome Outside Door Handles
  • ISOFIX Child Seat Anchor
  • 2-Step Rear Reclining Seat
  • Leather-wrapped Steering
  • Puddle Lamps with Welcome Function
  • 60:40 Split Rear Seat
  • Panoramic Sunroof
  • Burglar Alarm
  • Smartphone Wireless Charger
  • Ambient Lighting
  • LED Headlamps
  • Rear Center Armrest w/ Cup Holders
  • Metallic Door Scuff Plates
  • LED Map & Reading Lamps
  • Adjustable Rear Headrests

The SX variant of the Creta is on the expensive side, but compared to either of the two lower variants, it justifies the upgrade. Most of the justification, however, comes from big-ticket items like LED lighting, 17-inch alloy wheels, panoramic sunroof and extra safety features. So, if you have the budget to get the SX variant and want a premium experience, then the Creta SX petrol MT is worth buying.

With the automatic, it’s more expensive than it should be by about Rs. 30,000. But, if you can digest that price, then the SX petrol CVT automatic is also worth buying. After all, you have limited choice for automatic transmission as this is the most affordable variant of the Creta with the automatic transmission. Moreover, along with the automatic transmission, the Creta SX also gets a few extra features like an electronic parking brake, paddle shifters, drive modes, air purifier and traction control.

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

₹ 13,46,000 (1.5L Petrol MT) | ₹ 14,94,000 (1.5L Petrol AT)|  EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | SEP. 2020

Safety

Entertainment

Functional

Style

Rear Disc Brakes

10.25-Inch HD Touchscreen

Auto Folding ORVM

R17 Alloy Wheels

Electronic Stability Control

BlueLink Telematics and Internet connected Features

Driver Side Auto Up-Down Power Window

Crescent Glow LED DRL

Hill Start Assist

BlueLink Integrated Smartwatch App

Rear Seat Headrest Cushion

Chrome Outside Door Handles

Child Seat Anchor

 

2-Step Rear Reclining Seat

Leather-wrapped Steering

Puddle Lamps with Welcome Function

 

60:40 Split Rear Seat

Panoramic Sunroof

Burglar Alarm

 

Smartphone Wireless Charger

Ambient Lighting

LED Headlamps

 

Rear Center Armrest w/ Cup Holders

Metallic Door Scuff Plates

Electric Parking Brake w/ Auto Hold (CVT only)

 

LED Map & Reading Lamps

 

Air Purifier (CVT only)

 

Adjustable Rear Headrests

 

Traction Control Modes (CVT only)

 

Drive Mode Select (CVT only)

 
  

Paddle Shifters (CVT only)

 

Hyundai Creta Petrol CVT SX vs SX Turbo Variant

The price difference between the Creta SX variant with the normal petrol engine and turbo petrol engine is Rs. 1.22 lakh. Both of these come with an automatic transmission but the 1.5L normal petrol engine gets CVT-type automatic while the turbo petrol engine comes with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Besides higher power and torque output and more advanced automatic transmission, the SX turbo petrol also gets a bunch of cosmetic features.

Considering the meaty and flat torque band covering the low and mid-range and the additional cosmetic features, the Creta SX turbo almost justifies an upgrade. This engine will offer better performance at city-friendly engine speeds like 1500 - 3000rpm because of its torque range and help with relaxed cruising on the highways. However, we would only recommend this engine and transmission combo to those who find the 1.5L too boring to drive and are willing to spend more for better performance. For most buyers, the 1.5L’s performance will suffice to satisfactorily perform everyday errands.

From a long-term reliability perspective, we can’t recommend this engine and transmission combination. Dual-clutch transmissions from Ford and Volkswagen haven’t delivered consistently uneventful ownership experience to the buyers. That’s why both of these car makers stopped offering this transmission in any of their mass-market cars. Consider opting for the maximum warranty and maintenance package during the purchase to safeguard yourself against gremlins.

2020 HYUNDAI CRETA TURBO DCT SX VARIANT | FEATURES OVER CRETA 1.5 CVT SX VARIANT

₹ 16,16,000 (Turbo Petrol DCT) | EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | SEP. 2020

Style (Exterior)

Style (Interior)

Integrated Roof Rails in Matt Black

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 Arch on C-Pillar

Body Colour Outside Door Handles (instead of chrome)

Orange Accent around AC Vents

Leather Wrapped Steering w/ Contrast Stitching

Twin Tip Exhaust

Dark Chrome Grille

 

Sports Pedal

Black Side Sill Garnish

R17 Grey Alloys

  

Hyundai Creta Petrol SX 1.5L vs SX (O) 1.5L Variant

The price difference between the Creta SX and SX (O) variant with normal petrol and CVT automatic is Rs. 1.21 lakh. The SX (O) variant with the normal petrol engine is only available with the CVT automatic and costs Rs. 16.15 lakh (ex-showroom). For the additional sum of Rs. 1.21 lakh, you get the following extra features in the Creta SX (O) 1.5L CVT variant:

  • Side & Curtain Airbags
  • Bose Sound System with 8 Speakers
  • 8-Inch Cluster w/ Digital Display
  • 17-inch Machined Alloys
  • Auto-dimming IRVM
  • Ventilated Front Seats
  • Leather Upholstery
  • Height Adjustable Front Seatbelts
  • 8-way Powered Driver Seat
  • Leather on Door Armrest
  • Lane Change Indicator Flash Adjustment
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (Highline)

The top-spec SX (O) variant focuses on uplifting the cabin environment to a new level with good-to-have features like Bose speakers, powered driver seat, ventilated front seats, full-colour instrument cluster and a few other features. However, none of these features is must-have in our books. Moreover, the asking price is a little high in our books too. For this price, while they were throwing the kitchen sink at it, they should’ve also added a powered tailgate. Then, this would have been a good deal. For most buyers, the SX variant will suffice as it gets a better balance of must-have functional and good-to-have style features. If you are okay with the asking price for the SX (O) CVT automatic, then you can consider it for the luxurious touches.

2020 HYUNDAI CRETA 1.5L PETROL CVT | SX(O) VARIANT

₹ 16,15,000 | EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | SEP. 2020

Safety

Entertainment

Functional

Style

Side & Curtain Airbags

Bose Sound System with 8 Speakers

8-Inch Cluster w/ Digital Display

R17 Machined Alloys

Auto-dimming IRVM

 

Ventilated Front Seats

Leather Upholstery

Height Adjustable Front Seatbelts

 

8-way Powered Driver Seat

Leather on Door Armrest

Lane Change Indicator Flash Adjustment

   

Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (Highline)

   

Hyundai Creta Petrol 1.5L CVT SX (O) vs SX (O) Turbo Variant

The SX (O) turbo DCT variant of the Creta petrol costs Rs. 17.2 lakh. This price tag is Rs. 1.05 lakh more than the SX (O) 1.5L CVT automatic and just as pricier than the SX turbo automatic. Compared to the SX turbo, the SX (O) turbo variant also gets the same additional features as the non-turbo variants get. So, the jump from the SX turbo to SX (O) turbo is more reasonable than the SX 1.5L to SX (O) 1.5L. The SX turbo variant is still a better value for money option than the SX (O) turbo.

Which Variant Of The New-Generation Hyundai Creta Petrol Should You Buy?

The Hyundai Creta petrol is available with 3 different engine-transmission combinations. So, let’s tackle them one at a time starting with the 1.5L normal petrol engine.

2020 HYUNDAI CRETA 1.5L PETROL | MANUAL VARIANTS

EX-SHOWROOM INDIA | SEP. 2020

Variant

Price

Recommendation

EX

₹9,99,000

Suitable for budget buyers

S

₹11,72,000

Not Recommended

SX

₹13,46,000

Top Recommended

For this one, the base EX variant is worth buying for budget buyers. However, if you have experienced some upmarket features in smaller hatchbacks or sedans, then it won’t cut it for you. In that case, the S appears to offer a great balance of functional, must-have and good-to-have features. But, it’s overpriced. Buy this only if you find the EX too basic and the SX too expensive.

If you can stretch your budget and want some upmarket features in your car, then the SX is an easy recommendation. It is well priced for what it offers although, most of its features are not particularly good-to-have at best.

2020 HYUNDAI CRETA 1.5L PETROL | AUTOMATIC VARIANTS

EX-SHOWROOM INDIA | SEP. 2020

Variant

Price

Recommendation

SX

₹14,94,000

Top Recommended

SX(O)

₹16,15,000

Slightly expensive upgrade


If you’re interested in the Creta with the simple 1.5L normal petrol engine and the CVT automatic, then you have SX and SX (O) to choose from. The SX (O) is the cheaper one here and also a better value-for-money package. The SX (O) adds mostly luxurious touches like power driver seat, Bose music system, etc. and is not recommended for most buyers as it’s overpriced.

2020 HYUNDAI CRETA 1.4L TURBO PETROL | AUTOMATIC VARIANTS

EX-SHOWROOM INDIA | SEP. 2020

Variant

Price

Recommendation

SX

₹16,16,000

Top Recommended

SX(O)

₹17,20,000

Worth upgrading

If the 1.5L normal petrol engine’s modest torque output and its easy-going CVT automatic don’t meet your performance expectations, then you should consider the turbo petrol engine. Mind you, the dual-clutch transmission is still a fairly new tech and doesn’t yet have a proven track record for long-term reliability. Even if you’re okay with that, we’d recommend getting the maximum warranty and maintenance package cover.

Besides the additional performance, the Creta turbo also offers some cosmetic touches to differentiate itself from the normal petrol engine variants. Between these two, the SX variant again wins our recommendation as it is a better value for money option. However, the SX (O) is also better priced with this engine than it is with the 1.5L CVT.

What Are The Engine Specifications Of The New Hyundai Creta Petrol?

The Creta’s 1.5L normal petrol engine makes 115PS of power and a respectable 144Nm of torque. It’s available with a 6-speed manual and a CVT automatic transmission. This is the same engine as in the Kia Seltos and therefore, the two cars have identical engine specs. Meanwhile, Renault Duster and Nissan Kicks also share their powertrain and churn out a lower power figure but a comparable torque output of 142Nm at a lower 4000rpm.

The Korean carmakers’ 1.5L petrol engine handily beats the other engine in the mileage. The Creta 1.5L petrol claims to deliver 16.8kmpl with the manual and 16.9kmpl of mileage with the CVT automatic.

HYUNDAI CRETA 1.5L vs C-SEGMENT SUVs

NORMAL PETROL ENGINE SPECS

 

Hyundai Creta

Nissan Kicks

Kia Seltos

Renault Duster

Displacement

1.5

1.5L

1.5

1.5

Cylinder

4

4

4

4

Cubic Capacity

1497cc

1498cc

1497cc

1498cc

Power

115PS @ 6300rpm

106PS @ 5600rpm

115PS @ 6300rpm

106PS @ 5600rpm

Peak Torque

144Nm @ 4500rpm

142Nm @ 4000rpm

144Nm @ 4500rpm

142Nm @ 4000rpm

Manual

6-Speed

5-Speed

6-Speed

5-Speed

Manual FE

16.8kmpl

13.9kmpl

16.5kmpl

14.26kmpl

Automatic

CVT

-

CVT

-

Automatic FE

16.9kmpl

-

16.8kmpl

-

The Hyundai Creta’s 1.4L turbo petrol engine is only available with a 7-speed DCT automatic transmission and has a mileage figure of 16.8kmpl. Among other petrol engines, the Maruti S Cross has the best mileage figure of about 18.5kmpl with the manual as well as automatic transmission. But, Maruti’s hybrid engine can’t match the turbocharged performance of the other cars.

Just like the normal petrol engines, the Creta and Seltos share their turbo petrol powertrains while the Duster and Kicks share theirs. The Creta turbo makes 140PS of power and 242Nm of torque from 1500 to 3200rpm. These are great numbers but they look less impressive next to the Duster and Kicks turbo’s 156PS and 254Nm figures.

HYUNDAI CRETA TURBO vs C-SEGMENT SUVs

OTHER PETROL ENGINE SPECS

 

Hyundai Creta

Nissan Kicks

Kia Seltos

Renault Duster

Maruti SCross

Displacement

1.4L Turbo

1.3 Turbo

1.4L Turbo

1.3 Turbo

1.5 Hybrid

Cylinder

4

4

4

4

4

Cubic Capacity

1353cc

1330cc

1353cc

1330cc

1462cc

Maximum Power

140PS @ 6000rpm

156PS @ 5500rpm

140PS @ 6000rpm

156PS @ 5500rpm

105PS @ 6000rpm

Peak Torque

242Nm @ 1500 - 3200rpm

254Nm @ 1600rpm

242Nm @ 1500 - 3200rpm

254Nm @ 1600rpm

138Nm @ 4400rpm

Manual

Transmission

-

6-Speed

6-Speed

6-Speed

5-speed

Manual FE

-

15.8kmpl

16.1kmpl

16.5kmpl

18.55kmpl

Automatic

Transmission

7- Speed DCT

CVT

7-Speed DCT

CVT

4-speed TC

Automatic FE

16.8kmpl

15.8kmpl

16.5kmpl

16.42kmpl

18.43kmpl

What Are The Dimensions Of The New Hyundai Creta?

The Hyundai Creta looks big but it’s about as wide and long as the S-Cross with a 4cm taller body. The Creta is the shortest car in its segment and only 5mm shy of becoming the narrowest too. Its boot space of 433 litres is on par with Seltos and so is its ground clearance and wheelbase.

In dimensions comparison, the Hyundai Creta appears to be just about enough to hang with the C-segment SUVs but not big enough to challenge the Duster and Kicks. Looking at it in person is a different story. It looks bigger than what the specs might suggest.

HYUNDAI CRETA vs C-SEGMENT SUVs

DIMENSION COMPARISON

 

Creta

S-Cross

Seltos

Kicks

Duster

Length

4300mm

4300mm

4315mm

4384mm

4360mm

Width

1790mm

1785mm

1800mm

1813mm

1822mm

Height

1635mm

1595mm

1645mm

1669mm

1695mm

Wheelbase

2610mm

2600mm

2610mm

2673mm

2673mm

Boot Space

433-lt

353-lt

433-lt

400-lt

475-lt

Ground Clearance

190mm*

180mm

190mm*

210mm

205mm

Fuel Tank

50-lt

48-lt

50-lt

50-lt

50-lt

Tyre Size (base)

205/65 R16

215/60R16

205/65 R16

215/65 R16

215/65 R16

Tyre Size (top)

215/60 R17

215/60R16

215/60 R17

215/60 R17

215/65 R16

What Are The Colour Options Of The New Hyundai Creta?

The new Creta is available in the following 7 monotone and 2 dual-tone colour options:

  • White
  • Silver
  • Red
  • Orange
  • Black
  • Blue
  • Grey
  • White with black roof
  • Orange with black roof

Note: Here is a quick look at our length-based segmentation of cars to give you an idea of how we are classifying cars based on their size.

CLASSIFICATION OF CARS

SEGMENT

SUB-SEGMENT

LENGTH

EXAMPLE

A Segment

A

< 3699mm

Alto, Kwid (Exception), Santro, Celerio

    

B Segment

B1

3700-3850mm

Ignis, GO, Nios, Swift, Tiago

B2

3850-3999mm

Altroz, Baleno, Dzire, Amaze, Nexon, Brezza

    

C Segment

C

4000-4499mm

Ciaz, New City (Exception), Rapid, Creta, Seltos, Compass, T-Roc, Ertiga

    

D Segment

D

4500-4750mm

Octavia, XUV500, Elantra, Civic, Harrier, Hector, Innova, Kodiaq, CR-V

    

D+ Segment

D+

4750+mm

Fortuner, Superb, Endeavour, Camry, Carnival

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lakshya Khanna

Lakshya loves to talk about cars and, therefore, he's mostly in the front of the camera doing the talking. He's usually blunt in his opinion -- good or bad, and backs it up with logic. Lakshya is a senior member of V3Cars editorial team.

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