The Creta is one of the best-selling cars by Hyundai. Hyundai sells around 10000 units of Creta every month for the last 6 years. Ever since its release, it has been the number 1 choice for people. All thanks to the voguish design and superior handling of the vehicle. To maintain its fame, Hyundai has come out with a brand new Creta. The new Hyundai Creta 2020 looks even better and is promising on paper. Yes, there has been a little rise in the price but so is the case on features.


The freshly released Creta 2020 is longer and wider but is quite shorter than the prior model. We can see a lot of beautifying changes in this vehicle. The nose and the tail are voguish. The gigantic, shiny hexagonal grille looks alluring. Also, the slender LED headlamps look snazzy. The indicators are now seen on the bottom panel of the fog lamp.

The rear design looks even more belligerent. The projected boot segment makes the rear look brawny and sturdy. The black strip conceals the tail lamp. The elegant, sharp cuts on the alloy wheel are very tentative. However, the petrol version flaunts a simpler alloy wheel. Also, the rear panel crows a beautiful ‘Turbo’ logo.


The new Hyundai Creta 2020 has a decent cabin. You will see a perfect V-shaped console in the center. Besides, the enormous 10.25-inch display looks very attractive. The big TFT screen packs a lot of information. You can find all the details of speed, trip, tire pressure, etc. Besides, the main analog dial displays the tachometer and fuel gauge.

Having said that, the plastic around the gear looks quite plain. The petrol variant brags an all-black cabin. Talking about the seats, it is very snuggly. The 8-way powered driver seat assists you to find your exemplary seat position. Likewise, the rear seats are comfortable too. Besides, you will find a good amount of space. The big panoramic sunroof makes the cabin even better. The boot is big enough to fit a big suitcase.


The new Hyundai Creta comes in two different versions, petrol, and diesel engine. The 1353cc Turbo petrol motor is quite similar to the Kia Seltos. It generates 140PS and 242Nm of torque. Besides, it brags a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic. However, the petrol alternate does not serve you a manual gearbox option. This petrol variant is very swift. You can get the maximum torque at 1500rpm. Like any other contemporary SUV, the new Creta has three driving modes.

The Eco mode proffers you maximum fuel efficiency. Also, both the eco and normal mode posses’ preferable power. In sports mode, the gearbox becomes aggressive. The driving is super smooth in this mode. In addition, Hyundai claims that the new Creta goes from 0-100kmph in 9.5secs. On the other side, the diesel alternate generates 115PS of power. The smooth clutch is like ice on the cake. The diesel engine goes from 0-100kmph in 12.24 seconds.


Hyundai claims that the new Creta has the best suspension setup in the market. The vehicle is very composed at high as well as low speed. The Creta 2020 does an excellent job on the pothole roads. It is very stable and remains glued on the roads.

The uncomplicated vehicle runs on the street like a hot knife in the butter. Similarly, the easy handling is best suited for a crowded country like Nepal. The freshly released Creta 2020 starts at Rs.44,00,000 in Nepal. Likewise, the petrol variant starts at Rs.47,00,000.