Set a New Standard in Its Class!


The South Korean car manufacturer, Hyundai, has successfully stirred up the country’s SUV market by launching the Creta. This car is in direct competition with the Honda HR-V, Mazda CX-3, to its countrymen, the KIA Seltos.

Creta’s capital is strong enough to compete in its class. Apart from being assembled in Indonesia, this car also comes with a myriad of advanced features that not only make the car better for safety, but also in terms of comfort. So, what’s our full review of the Hyundai Creta Prime like? Check out this review!

Front view of Hyundai Creta Prime Photo: Muhammad Hafizh Gemilang

Unique Design

Since its launch at the GIIAS 2021 event, the Hyundai Creta has offered a very unique and different design from its rivals in its class. Creta comes with Hyundai’s latest design language.

From the front, the grille is large and comes with a quite unique design with the title Parametric Jewel Grille. From the front, you can see the DRL model with a camouflage grille, while the headlights are placed below.

Turning to the side, in general, the Creta’s dimensions are similar to the HR-V or CX-3. However, from the data we compared, it turns out that Creta is slightly larger in length, width, or height.

The side design looks more generic. However, the use of 17-inch rims with a two-tone design makes this highest type of Creta look comfortable.

Hyundai Creta PrimeSide-rear view of Hyundai Creta Prime Photo: Muhammad Hafizh Gemilang

Swipe back, this is the part that took us a long time to like. Creta comes with a unique and abstract taillight design. In addition, from the back it also looks like this Creta has been pinned with a high mount stop lamp and a rear glass defogger.

As soon as we enter the cabin of this most expensive type of Creta, we are amazed by the wide panoramic roof and makes the impression of luxury in the interior. In addition, the choice of seats with materials that seem expensive also makes the cabin more comfortable.

Creta carries the same touchscreen headunit screen as most Hyundais. Even for the digital cluster instrument screen.

But unfortunately, this Creta comes with a dashboard material and layout that doesn’t look expensive. There is still a lot of hard plastic material, and the cockpit aura seems ordinary.

In general, the design of the Hyundai Creta is quite unique compared to its class rivals. Creta offers an SUV with a futuristic design and is full of firm lines.

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