Making waves online is the Hyundai Creta that has garnered huge attention and popularity among buyers ever since it was launched. There is no denying that it has left others like Maruti Suzuki S-Cross, Renault Duster and Ford’s EcoSport way behind. But when considering the automatic variant, the company says the car has a waiting period of as much as 6 months - the Hyundai Creta automatic variant is priced at a starting Rs 13.6 lakh (diesel) ex-showroom price.
Looking at our market, automatics are still gaining popularity and the number of manuals sold over an automatic version is considerably more. But, since Hyundai Creta is a good looking car and along with a long list of features that Hyundai offers in almost all its cars, the carmaker has achieved what it intended - create mindspace in its buyers.
According to a report, a good number of Hyundai Cretas sold happen to be petrol variants, even more than the diesel one in many areas. Also, more people have opted for the top-of-the-line variants.
Moreover, it is because of Creta that most of its competitors are offering heavy discounts - like Maruti offered benefits of up to 1 lakh and the same went for Renault.
Moreover, Hyundai Creta has not only influenced buyers from this category, but it has also attracted them away from XUV500 and Scorpio.
In fact, seeing the immense success of Hyundai Creta, the company hiked its price by Rs 25,000 recently.
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