The best-selling Russian crossover has got hold of a new version and has seriously risen in price.
The new Hyundai Creta reached Russian dealerships only at the end of July, so with
Now the basic Hyundai Creta Prime (front-wheel drive, «mechanics» and 1.6) costs from 1,239,000 rubles excluding dealer markups, and the price for
As for the cheap 2.0-liter Creta, now a 149-horsepower crossover with an “automatic” can be purchased for 1,435,000 rubles, whereas since July prices started at 1,470,000 rubles. However, the equipment of the Classic version is not rich: there is perhaps heated front seats, electric mirrors with heating, a media system with an 8-inch touchscreen (with activation on the steering wheel and support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto), an assistant when starting off uphill, steering wheel height and reach as well as a pair of airbags. In this case, the owner will have to be content with a simple air conditioning, 16-inch stamped wheels, halogen headlights and lanterns. For «warm options» (heated windshield, steering wheel, windscreen washer nozzles) you will have to pay 24 thousand rubles, and for LED headlights with static illumination of turns and foglights add another 55 thousand rubles.
As before, the difference between a 123-horsepower 1.6 engine and a 149-horsepower 2.0 engine is 60 thousand rubles. The official website of Hyundai does not announce either the expansion of the range of versions, or the rise in price. Journalists calculated that even before the rise in price, the weighted average price for Hyundai Creta, taking into account dealer options, amounted to 1.56 million rubles, and after the October price increase by 2.5-3 percent, the average buyer of a Korean crossover will have to pay over 1.6 million rubles.
Neither the controversial appearance nor the rise in price have an effect on the sales of Hyundai Creta: the model remains an absolute Russian bestseller in the crossover class, and in the first nine months of this year, 53.4 thousand «Cret» cars have been found. Note that the second generation Creta is a novelty only for Russians — Hyundai has already shown how it will look
Photos are taken from open sources.
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