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Hyundai Creta might get a 7-seater variant soon. Hyundai India has seen much success with their popular five-seater SUV and this is the sole reason why the South Korean company is planning to launch a seven-seater version of the Creta. In fact, the Creta averages a sales figure of close to 10,000 units a month.
GaadiWaadi shares that the Hyundai Creta's 7-seater variant should launch in India by the end of 2020; possibly at Auto Expo 2020. The brand, after discontinuing the Hyundai Santa Fe, does not have a seven-seater model in its product portfolio.
At this point, minimal details are known about the upcoming Hyundai seven-seater. We expect it to come with the higher-spec 1.6-litre diesel engine offered on the regular Creta. In addition to this, the 7-seater Creta might not even have the 'Creta' nametag; just like the Tata Harrier (read the review here) and its seven-seater avatar (H7X).
Hyundai is the best-performing foreign-origin car brand in the Indian market, plus the second-largest seller (following Maruti Suzuki). Hyundai products always come in the list of top 10 best-selling cars in India, as well.
As for the Hyundai Creta, it is one of the best-selling SUVs on the market right now; the Maruti Vitara Brezza being the leader (though it is essentially a raised-hatchback). Hyundai India is also working on a sub-four-metre compact-SUV; codenamed as QX1.
Once launched, the seven-seater Creta will be a good alternative to the Tata Hexa. Prices should be in the range of Rs 22 – 25 lakh ex-showroom (Delhi).
Thoughts On The Hyundai Creta Seven-Seater SUV
With a lot of products and market strategies set in place for the upcoming months, the seven-seater Hyundai Creta is a highly-awaited SUV in the country. In the coming months, there will be more clarity as to what all will be on offer in it. In the meantime, let us know what you expect in the Hyundai Creta seven-seater, in the comment section below!