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Hyundai Creta N Line Hits the Market with a Starting Price of ₹16.82 Lakh

The anticipated moment has finally arrived with Hyundai unveiling the Creta N Line in India priced starting at ₹16.82 lakh excluding showroom costs. This marks the N Line edition in the country following the i20 N Line and Venue N Line with the Hyundai Creta N Line offering two versions.

Hyundai Creta N Line

The All New Hyundai Creta N Line

The Hyundai Creta N Line is presented in four variations each having its own pricing structure. The N8 MT model is priced at ₹16.82 lakh while the N8 DCT version comes at ₹18.32 lakh. Moving up in range the N10 MT variant is slightly pricier at ₹19.34 lakh and the top tier N10 DCT model comes with a price tag of ₹20.29 lakh. These price variations reflect the features and specifications offered across the editions of the Hyundai Creta N Line.

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Continuing the legacy of N Line models enhancements on the Hyundai Creta include improved suspension tuning for better handling and a more pronounced exhaust note to enhance its sporty character. Highlighting its design cues the N Line boasts a revised grille design, updated bumpers featuring accents, red brake calipers, and skid plates on both ends.

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The interior of the car maintains a theme, with a black design highlighted by touches of red and N badges on different parts inside. Even though it exudes a vibe the vehicle doesn’t skimp on features providing a 10.25-inch system, a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, smart car connectivity, smartphone integration, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) several airbags, and different electronic safety features.

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The standout feature of the new Hyundai Creta N Line is its engine. Powering the crossover is Hyundai’s 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol engine generating 158bhp and 253Nm of torque. This engine can be paired with either a manual transmission or a 7-speed Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT), similar to the powertrain found in the regular Creta. In terms of competition, the new Creta N Line will go head-to-head with rivals such as the Seltos X Line, the standard Seltos, and the regular Creta itself.


  1. Differences Between N8 and N10 Variants?

    Key variances in features and specifications exist between N8 and N10 variants. N10 models often offer more premium amenities, resulting in a higher price.

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  2. Does Price Include Additional Charges?

    Pricing is typically ex-showroom, excluding extras like registration, road tax, insurance, and handling fees. Consult the dealership for the final on-road cost.


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