Soon, the Hyundai Creta 2023, with improved safety features, will be released, ending the customers’ wait. Hyundai, a South Korean automaker, has upgraded the Hyundai Creta, its best-selling vehicle. The engine has been changed to comply with the soon-to-be-implemented RDE requirements. In addition, the safety features have been improved. The unique aspect is that this car now comes with 6 airbags as standard equipment.

However, due to these changes, this vehicle’s price has increased. The company has increased the price by ₹45000. That is, the base model of the Hyundai Creta will cost Rs 10.84 lakh, while the top model will cost Rs 19.13 lakh.

Will enter the market with the best safety features:

On the 2023 model, Hyundai has made several safety features standard. Six airbags are now standard on the Creta’s E trim level. Moreover, ESC, VSM, hill assist, rear disc brake, seat belt height adjustment, and ISOFIX mounts are available. The top-spec SX (O) model was the only one to include 6 airbags up until now. The Creta now comes equipped with a 60:40 split/fold-back seat function.

These cool features will be available with a powerful engine:

The engine’s output and performance haven’t changed at all. The Creta’s petrol engine may now use E20 fuel thanks to the company’s modifications. In other words, it may now be powered by fuel that contains 20% ethanol. Starting in April 2023, the government will gradually introduce E20 fuel. Also, RDE compliant now are the engines. This implies that they can be examined for Real World Emissions (RDE). The engine start-stop feature will now be included with all engines as standard.

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