Hyundai Has Raised Prices For Creta Crossover To "knock Down" Hype

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  The Indian division of Hyundai has increased the cost of the Creta in the most demanded trim levels by up to 20,000 rupees, which is approximately 19,000 rubles. 

Since the presentation, the new compact SUV Hyundai Creta has collected tens of thousands of prepaid applications, while the rush demand for the car has not subsided until now. According to the publication Autocar India, the waiting time for the delivery of a car with a manual transmission is from three to four months, but for those who prefer itmachine. , you have to wait six to eight.

In the photo: Hyundai Creta SUV

The Indian representative office of Hyundai has decided to raise prices for the most popular configurations Creta, however, did not explain the reasons for this decision.

It is possible that this is a stage of a long-established marketing plan, a way to increase margins, or, on the contrary, an attempt to slightlyknock downhype. However, an increase in cost of up to 20,000 rupees (19,000 rubles) cannot be called a serious barrier.

Anyway, now a basic SUV with a gasoline engine costs from 869,000 rupees (821,000 rubles),mediumversion S - 967,000 rupees (913,500 rubles), atop-endCreta SX + can be purchased for 1,129,000 rupees (1,067,000 rubles).

In the photo: interior elements of the Creta

As for the diesel versions, the car in the basic configuration is now costs 956,000 rupees (903,000 rubles), but for the mostfancyCreta SX (o) ask for 1,380,000 rupees (1,340,000 rubles).

Recall that the Creta crossover from 2021 will be produced in Russia.

Preparations for production are in full swing, in particular, a stamping shop has been completed at the Hyundai plant in St. Petersburg, and the delivery of pressing equipment is expected.

This is great news for all fans of the Korean company's products, especially since Hyundai cars will not be banned in Russia.


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