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February 2022 - Hyundai Creta Diesel Variants Explained - Which One To Buy?

In this variant explained article, you'll find out which variant of the Hyundai Creta diesel you should buy based on the ex-showroom prices, variant-wise features and value for money. Here we compare and objectively analyse the 2022 Creta's diesel variants and the features to figure out which variant is worth buying for a good value for money and ownership experience. Then we will compare the engine specs, dimensions and mileage of the Hyundai Creta with another diesel-powered C-segment SUV, the Kia Seltos.

 

Hyundai Creta

Updated (Feb 15, 2022): This update of the Hyundai Creta diesel variants explained article includes the latest prices.

What Are The Pros And Cons Of Hyundai Creta Diesel?

The pros or advantages of Hyundai Creta diesel are:

  • Higher variants get a long list of features, including power driver seat, ventilated front seats, Bose sound system, tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS), panoramic sunroof, 6 airbags, reclining rear seats, etc.
  • The base E variant of the Creta diesel carries a nominal premium over the petrol variant and a km-to-breakeven figure of only 30,000km; other variants also have a reasonable incremental asking price over the comparable petrol variants
  • Good balance in terms of performance, fuel efficiency and dimensions for the segment
  • The option of diesel engine alone makes it a pro as most other carmakers don’t offer this option anymore
  • The Creta not only has a diesel engine option, it also has an automatic transmission with it
  • Fantastic value-for-money with the SX Executive variant
  • Being the best-selling car in its segment gives it a strong resale value
  • Widest service network for a car of its class

The Hyundai Creta diesel has the following shortcomings or problems:

  • Expect poor real-world fuel efficiency from automatic transmission in stop-and-go traffic conditions because of fluid couplers’ power sapping nature.
  • The design may polarise opinions
  • EX and S variants offer poor value for money while the E and EX variants lack several must-have features
  • Features you might miss in the Creta - 360-degree camera, lane watch camera, blind spot alert, powered tailgate
  • The automatic transmission isn’t available in lower variants and it carries a slightly higher premium than the market standard

What Is The Price Of Hyundai Creta Diesel Variants?

The new Hyundai Creta diesel is available in 6 variants - E, EX, S, SX Executive, SX and SX (O). A manual transmission is available in all 6 variants. The top 2 variants also have the option of a torque converter automatic transmission for an additional sum of Rs. 1.41 - 1.48 lakh (ex-showroom).

The Creta diesel manual range starts at Rs. 10.7 lakh for the E variant and tops out at Rs. 16.44 lakh with the SX (O) variant. The diesel-automatic variants cost Rs. 16.73 lakh and 17.85 lakh (ex-showroom).

HYUNDAI CRETA 1.5L TURBO DIESEL | PRICES

EX-SHOWROOM | FEB 2022

Variant

Manual

Difference

Automatic

E

Rs. 10,70,100

-

-

EX

Rs. 12,10,500

-

-

S

Rs. 13,38,500

-

-

SX Exe

Rs. 14,37,200

-

-

SX

Rs. 15,25,000

Rs. 1,48,000

Rs. 16,73,000

SX (O)

Rs. 16,44,000

Rs. 1,41,000

Rs. 17,85,000

The 1.4L turbo with DCT automatic costs Rs. 16.9 lakh and Rs. 17.94 lakh, which is another Rs. 1.05 - 1.22 lakh higher than the turbo diesel and CVT automatic combination. Besides the higher performance, the turbo diesel variants also add some cosmetic features to give it a unique stance.

Compared to the 1.5L normal petrol, the Creta turbo diesel carries a premium of Rs. 47,000 to Rs. 1.05 lakh. This is reasonable considering the higher performance and fuel efficiency benefits you get with the turbo diesel engine over the normal petrol engine. With the base diesel variant, you could recover the higher upfront cost in about 30,000km. Even if you’re considering one of the higher variants with a manual transmission, you could recover the higher upfront cost for the diesel engine in about 60,000 - 65,000km. Please note that these figures are based on the official ARAI mileage figures and current fuel prices in Delhi.

You can use our Fuel Cost Calculator to see how any petrol, diesel or CNG car will cost to run based on the latest fuel price in your city.

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HYUNDAI CRETA NORMAL PETROL VS TURBO DIESEL

PRICE COMPARISON

EX-SHOWROOM | FEB 2022

Variant

1.5L Normal Petrol

Difference

1.5L Turbo Diesel

E Manual

Rs. 10,23,000

Rs. 47,100

Rs. 10,70,100

EX Manual

Rs. 11,19,500

Rs. 91,000

Rs. 12,10,500

S Manual

Rs. 12,42,500

Rs. 97,000

Rs. 13,38,500

SX Exe Manual

Rs. 13,41,200

Rs. 96,000

Rs. 14,37,200

SX Manual

Rs. 14,20,000

Rs. 1,05,000

Rs. 15,25,000

SX (O) Manual

-

-

Rs. 16,44,000

SX Auto

Rs. 15,68,000

Rs. 1,05,000

Rs. 16,73,000

SX (O) Auto

Rs. 16,89,000

Rs. 96,000

Rs. 17,85,000

Hyundai Creta Diesel E - Base Model Features & Review

The base E variant of the Creta diesel costs Rs. 10.7 lakh. Some of its notable features are:

  • Remote central locking
  • All power windows
  • Front armrest
  • Rear AC vents
  • Tilt steering
  • Height-adjustable driver seat
  • Steel wheels
  • Black front grille
  • LED position lamps
  • Adjustable front headrests
  • day/night inside mirror
  • Halogen projector headlamps

HYUNDAI CRETA E | BASE VARIANT STANDARD FEATURES

Rs. 10.7 Lakh (1.5L Diesel MT) | Ex-Showroom | Feb 2022

Safety

Std Safety Features

Speed Sensing Auto Door Lock

Day & Night IRVM

Impact Sensing Auto Door Unlock

Front Seatbelt Pretensioners

Halogen Projector Headlamps

Emergency Stop Signal

 

This variant carries the smallest premium of only Rs. 47,000 over the same variant with the 1.5L normal petrol engine. So, you can recover this additional amount in approximately 30,000km, considering the official mileage figures and current fuel prices in Delhi. This is a very small km-to-breakeven figure for a diesel engine.

On the flip side, it doesn’t get several must-have features like a music system, steering-mounted controls, power mirrors, rear defogger, rear washer wiper, and rear parcel tray. Since this variant doesn’t offer many must-have features, which we expect at this price point, we can’t recommend this variant. However, if you’re comfortable installing some of these from the aftermarket, you do a lot of driving and you are on a tight budget, then you can consider buying this variant.

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HYUNDAI CRETA E | BASE VARIANT STANDARD FEATURES

Rs. 10.7 Lakh (1.5L Diesel MT) | Ex-Showroom | Feb 2022

Functional

Style

Remote Central Locking

Front Power Outlet

Body-colored Bumpers

Roof Antenna

All Power Windows

Follow-me-home Headlamps

Body Coloured Door Handles

Black-Greige Interior

Rear AC Vents

Gear Shift Indicator

Integrated Rear Spoiler

Flat-bottom Steering Wheel

Tilt Steering

Front Armrest w/ Storage

LED Positioning Lamps

16-inch Steel Wheels

Height-adjustable Driver Seat

Adjustable front headrests

Body Coloured ORVMs

Black Front Grille

Hyundai Creta Diesel E vs EX Variant

The EX variant of the Creta diesel-manual costs Rs. 12.11 lakh, which is about Rs. 1.4 lakh more than the E trim. This variant adds the following important features:

  • Tyre pressure monitoring
  • 8-inch touchscreen
  • 4 speakers with 2 tweeters
  • Sunglass holder
  • Power mirrors
  • Wireless Android Auto and Apple Carplay
  • Boot lamp
  • Steering-mounted controls

HYUNDAI CRETA E vs EX | PRICE COMPARISON

 

E

DIFFERENCE

EX

MANUAL

Rs. 10,70,100

Rs. 1,40,400

Rs. 12,10,500

The price jump of Rs. 1.4 lakh to the EX variant is very high considering the small list of additional features. Some of these are certainly must-have but it still misses out on some notable features, such as cruise control, auto AC, rear camera, fog lamps, rear defogger, rear washer wiper, rear parcel tray, and wheel covers.

HYUNDAI CRETA EX | FEATURES OVER E

Rs. 12.11 Lakh (1.5L Diesel MT) | Ex-Showroom | Feb 2022

Safety & Style

Entertainment

Functional

Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

8-Inch Touchscreen Infotainment system

Front USB Charger

Shark-fin Antenna

4 speakers w/ 2 Front Tweeters

Sunglass Holder

Silver Front & Rear Skid Plates

USB & Bluetooth Connectivity

ORVM-mounted Turn Indicators

Silver Side Sill Garnish

Arkamys Sound Mood

Electrically Adjustable ORVMs

 

Wireless Apple CarPlay & Android Auto

Boot Lamp

 

Steering Mounted  Controls

Front Passenger Seat Back Pocket

 

Voice Recognition

 

Hyundai Creta Diesel EX vs S Variant

Next variant in line for the Creta diesel-manual is the S trim, which costs Rs. 13.39 lakh (ex-showroom). This price is Rs. 1.28 lakh more than the EX variant and Rs. 97,000 more than the S petrol manual. This variant adds the following features:

  • Rear parking camera
  • Auto headlamps
  • Auto AC
  • Keyless entry with push-button start/stop
  • Cruise control
  • Rear windows sunshade
  • Rear defogger
  • Rear washer wiper
  • Front fog lamps
  • Cooled glove box
  • Chrome front grille
  • Stylish wheel covers
  • Rear parcel tray

HYUNDAI CRETA EX vs S | PRICE COMPARISON

 

EX

DIFFERENCE

S

MANUAL

Rs. 12,10,500

Rs. 1,28,000

Rs. 13,38,500

This variant is also quite expensive and its features don’t cover the wide price gap the EX variant left. While it is a poor value for money option for the Creta diesel buyer, it does add enough features to offer a decent ownership experience. Moreover, most of its features are functional, which all buyers will appreciate during the ownership. So, if you don’t want to stretch your budget further, then you can compromise on the value and buy the Creta S diesel-manual variant. If you can stretch your budget, then we strongly suggest you do it. Read on to find out the reason behind our recommendation.

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HYUNDAI CRETA S | FEATURES OVER EX

Rs. 13.39 Lakh (1.5L Diesel MT) | Ex-Showroom | Feb 2022

Safety

Functional

Style

Rear Parking Camera

Smart Key w/ Push Button Start/Stop

Rear Parcel Tray

16-inch Stylish Steel Wheels

Driver Rear View Monitor

Rear Window Sunshade

Driver Seat Back Pocket

Metal Finish Inside Door Handles

Front Fog Lamps

Auto Headlamps

Rear USB Charger

Silver Roof Rails

Rear Defogger

Cruise Control

Cooled Glovebox

Chrome Front Grille

Rear Wiper & Washer

Auto AC

 

LED Tail Lamps

Hyundai Creta Diesel S vs SX Exe Variant

The SX Executive variant is the next in line for Creta diesel-manual buyers. It costs Rs. 14.37 lakh, which is almost Rs. 1.0 lakh more than the S diesel variant and almost Rs. 1.0 lakh more than the SX Executive with the petrol-manual powertrain. It removes the infotainment unit and all the related features with it. However, it adds several useful features like:

  • Puddle lamps
  • Rear disc brakes
  • ESC
  • HSA
  • Rear headrest cushion
  • LED headlamps
  • LED DRLs
  • 17-inch alloy wheels
  • Ambient lighting
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Rear armrest
  • Remote engine start
  • Split rear seatback with recline function
  • Wireless phone charger
  • Power folding mirrors

HYUNDAI CRETA S vs SX Exe | PRICE COMPARISON

 

S

DIFFERENCE

SX Exe

MANUAL

Rs. 13,38,500

Rs. 98,700

Rs. 14,37,200

You can easily add an aftermarket music system and connect it with the existing speakers, steering-mounted controls and the antenna. But, once you buy the car, you can’t easily add most of the other features the SX Executive variant offers. Moreover, because of the high-value features like alloy wheels, panoramic sunroof and LED headlamps, this variant manages to justify its incremental cost over all of the lower variants. Therefore, this is our top-recommended variant.

If you’re buying this variant over the Creta SX Executive with the petrol-manual, then you’ll need to drive this car for about 60,000km to recover the higher upfront cost. This km-to-breakeven figure is reasonable but we’ll still suggest you to make this jump only if you foresee driving the car for more than 1 lakh kilometres.

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HYUNDAI CRETA SX EXE | FEATURES OVER S

Rs. 14.37 Lakh (1.5L Diesel MT) | Ex-Showroom | Feb 2022

Features Removed

Safety

Functional

Style

(-) 8-inch Touchscreen Infotainment system

Rear Disc Brakes

Puddle Lamps

17-inch Alloy Wheels

(-) Voice Recognition

Electronic Stability Control

Rear Seat Headrest Cushion

LED DRLs

(-) Bluetooth Connectivity

Hill Start Assist

Remote Engine Start

Blue Ambient Lighting

(-) Arkamys Sound Mood

ISOFIX

Auto Electrically Foldable ORVMs

Leather-wrapped Steering Wheel

(-) Wireless Apple CarPlay & Android Auto

LED Headlamps

Rear Armrest w/ Cup Holders

Front Door Sill Plates

(-) Driver Rear View Monitor

 

Dr. Side Auto Up/Down Power Window

Panoramic Sunroof

   

Adjustable Rear Headrests

LED Cabin Lights

   

60:40 Split Rear Seat w/ Recline

 
   

Wireless Charger

 

Hyundai Creta Diesel SX Exe vs SX Variant

The Creta SX variant with the diesel-manual powertrain costs Rs. 15.22 lakh (ex-showroom), which is about Rs. 88,000 more than the SX Executive. This is the most affordable variant of the Creta diesel with an automatic transmission, which costs Rs. 1.48 lakh more over the SX diesel manual. The Creta SX diesel carries a premium of Rs. 1.05 lakh over the SX petrol for both the powertrains. For the additional cost, this variant adds the following notable features:

  • Larger touchscreen
  • Wired Android Auto and Apple Carplay (S variant gets wireless)
  • Alarm
  • Telematics
  • Chrome door handles
  • Drive and traction control modes (w/ auto only)
  • Air purifier (w/ auto only)
  • Paddle shifters (w/ auto only)
  • Electronic parking brake (w/ auto only)

HYUNDAI CRETA SX EXE vs SX | PRICE COMPARISON

 

SX EXE

DIFFERENCE

SX

MANUAL

Rs. 14,37,200

Rs. 87,800

Rs. 15,25,000

DIFFERENCE

-

-

Rs. 1,48,000

AUTOMATIC

-

-

Rs. 16,73,000

As you can see, this variant mostly brings back what is removed in the SX Executive variant and adds a larger touchscreen and telematics. It also removes the wireless smartphone connectivity, which is available in the S variant. While the Creta SX is a good value for money, we strongly recommend you consider buying the SX Executive and add an aftermarket music system.

You should buy the Creta SX over the SX Executive only if you hate letting an aftermarket technician tinker with your brand new car while installing the music system. Another alternative to this is having it installed at dealer level as you can expect better workmanship and have the car ready to go with all the necessary features at the time of delivery.

For the Creta diesel-automatic buyers, this is the most affordable option. While it adds a substantial amount over the manual, the auto-exclusive features somewhat justify the higher premium for the automatic transmission. This variant will meet the needs of most Creta diesel-automatic buyers.

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HYUNDAI CRETA SX | FEATURES OVER SX EXE

Rs. 15.25 Lakh (1.5L Diesel MT) | Rs. 16.73 Lakh (1.5L Diesel AT) | Ex-Showroom | Feb 2022

Safety & Style

Entertainment

Functional

Anti-theft Alarm

10.25-Inch Touchscreen Infotainment

Arkamys Sound Mood

Chrome Outside Door Handles

Wired Android Auto and Apple Carplay

Voice Recognition

Driver Rear View Monitor

Bluetooth Connectivity

Connected-car Tech

Electronic Parking Brake w/ Auto Hold (Auto Only)

 

Drive and Traction Control Modes (Auto Only)

   

Air Purifier (Auto Only)

   

Paddle Shifters (Auto Only)

Hyundai Creta Diesel SX vs SX (O) Variant

For the top-spec Hyundai Creta diesel variant, you’ll have to pay Rs. 16.44 lakh for the manual and Rs. 17.85 lakh for the automatic. The SX (O) diesel manual carries a premium of Rs. 1.19 lakh over the SX while the diesel-automatic costs Rs. 1.12 lakh more than the SX diesel-automatic. The price difference between the SX (O) manual and automatic is Rs. 1.41 lakh.

This variant adds the following notable features over the SX diesel:

  • Side thorax and curtain airbags
  • Auto dimming inside mirror
  • Ventilated front seats
  • Power driver seat
  • 17-inch machined alloy wheels
  • Leather upholstery
  • Bose sound system
  • 8-inch full-colour instrument cluster
  • Tyre pressure monitoring highline
  • Air purifier (w/ MT also)
  • Electronic parking brake and auto hold (w/ MT also)

HYUNDAI CRETA SX vs SX (O) | PRICE COMPARISON

 

SX

DIFFERENCE

SX (O)

MANUAL

Rs. 15,25,000

Rs. 1,19,000

Rs. 16,44,000

DIFFERENCE

Rs. 1,48,000

-

Rs. 1,41,000

AUTOMATIC

Rs. 16,73,000

Rs. 1,12,000

Rs. 17,85,000

The top variant adds plenty of high-value and highly-desirable features. While this variant somewhat justifies the upgrade from a value perspective, most of them are good-to-have. This variant is worth upgrading but we’ll leave the decision to upgrade in your hands.

HYUNDAI CRETA SX (O) | FEATURES OVER SX

Rs. 16.44 Lakh (1.5L Diesel MT) | Rs. 17.85 Lakh (1.5L Diesel AT) | Ex-Showroom | Feb 2022

Safety

Entertainment & Functional

Style

Side & Curtain Airbags

Ventilated Front Seats

17-inch Machined Alloys

Auto-dimming IRVM

8-way Powered Driver Seat

Leather Upholstery

Electronic Parking Brake w/ Auto Hold (w/ MT also)

Bose Sound System with 8 Speakers

Leather on Door Armrest

Lane Change Indicator Flash Adjustment

Air Purifier (w/ MT also)

Rear Door Metallic Scuff Plates

Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (Highline)

 

8-Inch Full-colour LCD Instrument Cluster

Height Adjustable Front Seatbelts

   

Which Variant Of The Hyundai Creta Diesel Should You Buy?

For Hyundai Creta diesel buyers on a budget, the base E variant is a decent option as it only costs Rs. 47,000 more than the Creta petrol. However, it doesn’t have many basic features. So, you’ll have to spend on some aftermarket accessories.

The EX variant is overpriced and not recommended. Similarly, the S is also an expensive upgrade. If you absolutely can’t stretch your budget any further, then this is a decent buy. But if you can, then the SX Executive is a solid upgrade and our top recommendation. It has a fantastic balance of features and it’s a good value-for-money upgrade as well. You only need to add a music system and you’re good to go. You can either get it from the aftermarket or get an official accessory from the dealer.

The SX is expensive for what it adds over the SX Executive. Instead, you can jump straight to the SX (O) for some of its high-value and highly-desirable features like power seat, ventilated front seats, Bose sound system, etc. this variant offers better value-for-money than the SX diesel.

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HYUNDAI CRETA 1.5L DIESEL MANUAL

BUYING RECOMMENDATION

Variant

VFM Rank

Diesel-Manual

Recommendation

E

Rank 2

Rs. 10,70,100

Lacks basic equipment for the price but suitable for mile munchers on a tight budget.

EX

Rank 6

Rs. 12,10,500

Not recommended.

S

Rank 5

Rs. 13,38,500

Not recommended. Buy SX Exe instead.

SX Exe

Rank 1

Rs. 14,37,200

Top recommended.

SX

Rank 3

Rs. 15,25,000

Expensive upgrade.

SX (O)

Rank 4

Rs. 16,44,000

Worth buying.

For the Creta 1.5L diesel-automatic buyers, the SX variant is a suitable upgrade with the SX (O) offering a slight value advantage for a good number of highly-desirable features.

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CRETA 1.5L DIESEL TC AUTO

BUYING RECOMMENDATION

Variant

VFM Rank

Price

Recommendation

SX

Rank 2

Rs. 16,73,000

Top recommended

SX (O)

Rank 1

Rs. 17,85,000

Worth upgrading

What Are The Engine Specifications Of The Hyundai Creta Diesel ?

Since most carmakers are no longer offering a diesel engine, the fact that the Creta has a diesel engine alone becomes a strong positive in its favour. Moreover, the incremental price of the diesel engine over the comparable petrol variants is also reasonable. On top of that, it’s also available with an automatic transmission.

The only competition it has is from the other South-Korean brand - Kia. Both the cars share the same 1.5L diesel engine, which makes an identical 115PS of power and 250Nm of torque in both the cars. The fuel efficiency is also comparable and good. The only negative I see here is the inclusion of power-sapping torque converter automatic. Its fluid coupling makes it extremely inefficient in stop-and-go traffic situations. But there isn't much choice either as the TC automatic is a tried and tested combination which can handle the high torque output of a diesel engine.

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HYUNDAI CRETA VS COMPETITORS

BASE DIESEL ENGINE SPEC COMPARISON

 

Creta

Seltos

Displacement

1.5L Turbo

1.5L Turbo

Cylinder

4

4

Cubic Capacity

1493cc

1493cc

Power

115PS @ 4000rpm

115PS @ 4000rpm

Torque

250Nm @ 1500 - 2750rpm

250Nm @ 1500 - 2750rpm

Manual

6-speed

6-speed

Manual FE

21.35kmpl

21kmpl

Automatic

6-speed TC

6-speed TC

Auto FE

18.46kmpl

18kmpl

*Estimated

What Are The Dimensions Of The Hyundai Creta?

On the dimensions front, again, the Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos are neck-and-neck. After all, they both share the platform and have identical boot space, wheelbase, ground clearance and fuel tank size. The Seltos is only slightly larger in exterior dimensions than the Creta but the difference is so small that it’s only visible in a spec comparison table.

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HYUNDAI CRETA DIESEL VS COMPETITION

C-SEGMENT SUV DIMENSION COMPARISON

 

Creta

Seltos

Length

4300mm

4315mm

Width

1790mm

1800mm

Height

1635mm

1645mm

Wheelbase

2610mm

2610mm

Boot Space

433L

433L

Ground Clearance

190mm*

190mm*

Fuel Tank

50L

50L

Tyre Size (Base)

205/65 R16

205/65 R16

Tyre Size (Top)

215/60 R17

215/55 R18

What Are The Colour Options Of The Hyundai Creta Diesel?

The 2022 Creta diesel is available in the following 5 monotone and 2 dual-tone colours:

  • Red
  • Silver
  • White
  • Grey
  • Black
  • Grey with silver roof
  • White with black roof

Note: Here is a quick look at our length-based segmentation of cars to give you an idea of how we classify 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

Exception - New Creta, Carens Slavia,

Creta, Seltos, Compass, T-Roc, Ertiga

       

D Segment

D

4500-4750mm

XUV700, Elantra, Civic, Harrier, Hector, Innova, Kodiaq, CR-V

       

D+ Segment

D+

4750+mm

Gloster, Fortuner, Superb, Camry, Carnival

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mahesh Yadav

Mahesh is a fan of compact, quirky and underrated vehicles that punch above their weight. Multix, Nano, Strom R3 and Navi are his favorites.

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