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Hyundai Creta Prices Increased By Up To Rs 31,000

Hyundai Motors has announced a price hike across all models from January 2021 due to the rising input costs. Hyundai's best-selling, Creta compact SUV is also affected by the price hike move and it's asking rates have gone up by around Rs 31,000 depending on the variant. Here's the variant-wise revised prices: – 

2021 Hyundai Creta prices

1. Hyundai Creta petrol variant prices: –

Petrol Variants

Old Prices

New Price


1.5L E Petrol

Rs 9.81 lakh

Rs 9.99 lakh

Rs 18,000

1.5L EX Petrol

Rs 10.60 lakh

Rs 10.82 lakh

Rs 22,000

1.5L S Petrol

Rs 11.83 lakh

Rs 12.05 lakh

Rs 22,000

1.5L SX Petrol

Rs 13.57 lakh

Rs 13.79 lakh

Rs 22,000

1.5L CVT SX Petrol

Rs 15.05 lakh

Rs 15.27 lakh

Rs 22,000

1.5L CVT SX (O)

Rs 16.26 lakh

Rs 16.48 lakh

Rs 22,000

1.4L DCT SX Petrol

Rs 16.27 lakh

Rs 16.49 lakh

Rs 22,000

1.4L DCT SX (O) Petrol

Rs 17.31 lakh

Rs 17.53 lakh

Rs 22,000

  • The prices of Creta's petrol trims have been increased by up to Rs 22,000. 
  • The base-spec E petrol variant has witnessed the least hike of Rs 8,500.

2. Hyundai Creta diesel variant prices: – 

Diesel Variants

Old Prices

New Prices


1.5L E Diesel

Rs 9.99 lakh

Rs 10.31 lakh

Rs 31,000

1.5L EX Diesel

Rs 11.60 lakh

Rs 11.77 lakh

Rs 17,000

1.5L S Diesel

Rs 12.88 lakh

Rs 13.05 lakh

Rs 17,000

1.5L SX Diesel

Rs 14.62 lakh

Rs 14.79 lakh

Rs 17,000

1.5L AT SX Diesel

Rs 16.10 lakh

Rs 16.27 lakh

Rs 17,000

1.5L SX (O) Diesel

Rs 15.90 lakh

Rs 16.07 lakh

Rs 17,000

1.5L AT SX (O) Diesel

Rs 17.31 lakh

Rs 17.48 lakh

Rs 17,000

  • While the price of Creta E diesel has shot up by up to Rs 31,000, the other variants have witnessed a hike of around Rs 17,000.

Note: The new prices will be effective to all bookings made from 23rd January 2021, whereas those customers who have booked the Creta until 22nd January will have to bear the old prices. 

Apart from the price revision, no changes mechanical or cosmetic changes have been made to the SUV. It will continue to be offered with three engine options, which includes a 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol (115PS/144Nm), a 1.5-litre diesel (115PS/250Nm), and a 1.4-litre turbo-petrol (140PS/242Nm) unit. The features list is also unchanged. The key features comprise split LED headlamps and tail lamps setup, panoramic sunroof, a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, BlueLink connected car tech, apple carplay and android auto smartphone compatibility, a 7-inch semi-digital instrument cluster, wireless charging, power-adjustable driver’s seat, ventilated front seats, air purifiers, auto climate control, rear AC vents, six airbags, ESC, traction control, tyre pressure monitoring system, etc. 

In the compact SUV segment, the Hyundai Creta rivals the likes of Kia Seltos, Maruti S-Cross, Renault Duster, Nissan Kicks, and the upcoming Volkswagen Taigun and Skoda Kushaq. However, as per its price range, some of its variants are also positioned against the MG Hector & Tata Harrier. Hyundai will also launch its 7-seater version by the end of 2021.