Hyundai Creta N Line Bookings Commence: Performance and Style Await Enthusiasts

Hyundai enthusiasts in India are in for a treat as the eagerly awaited Creta N Line is now open for bookings at dealerships across the country. The performance variant of the recently facelifted Creta is set to make its mark, with prices scheduled to be disclosed on March 11, 2024. To secure their spot, interested customers can reserve the Creta N Line by making a token payment of Rs. 25,000.

The Hyundai Creta N Line, positioned as the third N Line model in India, will offer two variants – N8 and N10. Under the hood, it houses a robust 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine, delivering an impressive 158bhp and 253Nm of peak torque. Buyers can opt for their preferred driving experience with transmission choices including a six-speed manual or a seven-speed DCT gearbox.

Visually, the Creta N Line draws inspiration from its N Line predecessors, the Venue and i20, featuring a sportier and more aggressive exterior design with revamped front and rear bumpers. The SUV will be available in enticing new paint schemes, including the signature Thunder Blue color with vibrant red accents. Inside the cabin, an all-black theme adorned with striking red stitching and inserts enhances the sporty and dynamic appeal.

In terms of features, the Creta N Line aims to impress with a tech-loaded interior, boasting a twin display setup, dual-zone climate control, driving modes, an ADAS suite, a 360-degree surround camera, panoramic sunroof, wireless charger, and ambient lighting.

Hyundai’s strategic emphasis on performance and aesthetics in the Creta N Line positions it as a noteworthy contender in the competitive SUV market. Enthusiasts and potential buyers are encouraged to mark their calendars for the pricing revelation on March 11, 2024, as Hyundai looks set to redefine the driving experience with this latest addition to its N Line series.

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