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Old 13th May 2021, 16:42   #706
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Can anybody help with instructions on how to access Creta 2020's cabin air filter?
The cabin A/C filter is located behind the glove box. One needs to remove the glove box to access the cabin A/C filter.

Check this post where I have elaborated the process to open the glove box: Link to post

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I need a goos dust and water proof cover as the OEM cover is not waterproof and after a light shower the dust settles on car under the cover.
Suggest please.
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I need a goos dust and water proof cover as the OEM cover is not waterproof and after a light shower the dust settles on car under the cover.
Check Coverwell Car Covers.

Here's the review by BHPian SLK - Link.
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Re: Hyundai Creta : Official Review

I found walk around videos of new E, S, SX, SX(O) with details and demonstrations of new changes.

Link: YouTube channel link

Disclaimer: I'm no way associated with the channel or its contents and I've posted the link just for information of fellow BHPians.
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I found walk around videos of new E, S, SX, SX(O) with details and demonstrations of new changes.

Link: YouTube channel link

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Wish Hyundai offered a (discounted) swap scheme with the Diamond Cut alloys for 2020 SX (O) owners! Also curious if the engine stop start button can be retro-enabled on 2020 models. It seems much faster the Bluelink remote engine start which takes at least 10 seconds.
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Hi 1.4 Turbo DCT Owners,
Guys can you pls share the mileage that you are getting, highway & city both?
I am a little skeptical on the reliability front of the DCT and the mileage part too.
Diesel is still an option for me, but I feel 8-10 years down the line or may be sooner diesel cars might be extinct as its an all out plan of our govt. to electrify our daily rides by making it affordable and do away with diesel completely for good.
Experts your insights will be valuable and helpfull on this subject.
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I am a little skeptical on the reliability front of the DCT and the mileage part too.
Diesel is still an option for me, but I feel 8-10 years down the line or may be sooner diesel cars might be extinct .
I went through same dilemma and now made my peace with IVT after I did couple of test drives and went through fellow BHPians detailed reviews. I thought I can live with the so called rubber band effect (which surprisingly was not so much in my test drives) rather than worrying about future of diesel cars or maintenance issues on DCT. I plan to keep my car for long time and I think NA engine is what would give me that peaceful ownership experience. Mileage of IVT is expected to be better than DCT (based on the expert reviews shared on this forum) so that is some relief given the ever increasing petrol prices.

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Hi 1.4 Turbo DCT Owners,
Guys can you pls share the mileage that you are getting, highway & city both?
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City - 10 KMPL
Highway - 15 KMPL

These are average figures for me. I drive spiritedly, which is why I got the DCT.
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Hi 1.4 Turbo DCT Owners,
Guys can you pls share the mileage that you are getting, highway & city both?
I am a little skeptical on the reliability front of the DCT and the mileage part too.
Diesel is still an option for me, but I feel 8-10 years down the line or may be sooner diesel cars might be extinct as its an all out plan of our govt. to electrify our daily rides by making it affordable and do away with diesel completely for good.
Experts your insights will be valuable and helpfull on this subject.
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Average figures of my DCT
Highway - 14-16( Have seen 17.5 as well on a drive of 180 kms)
City - 8-12
Did a 600 km round trip last month and the onward leg when I was driving, got the number as 16.2. On the return journey, part of it was driven by my friend and the MID showed 14.3

It all depends on how you use your right foot in the highways.
Dont be too much stressed about it, do a back to back TD of IVT and DCT and then decide.
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Re: Hyundai Creta : Official Review

Any idea what is current wait time of Creta IVT SX model in Bangalore?
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Does anyone has any idea about the price of puddle lamps which come in the creta.
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Re: Hyundai Creta : Official Review

Anybody else getting no response from Hyundai Bluelink? I was trying to remote start the car for keeping the battery in order during lock down.
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Anybody else getting no response from Hyundai Bluelink? I was trying to remote start the car for keeping the battery in order during lock down.
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Yes, have been getting those error msg from may 1st week onwards.
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Any idea what is current wait time of Creta IVT SX model in Bangalore?
Looks like the best time to buy for faster delivery. Have been looking at a lot of posts on social media by the dealers mentioning the stock they have in hand. Looks like lot of cancellation/postponement of purchases. Not sure about Bangalore though. Check with the dealers.
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So the dreaded TPMS warning light has come up on my 2021 Creta SX dashboard since last Monday. It was parked over the weekend, I took it out Monday morning and within a kilometer of driving, the low pressure warning was glowing. I pulled into the reliance petrol pump , checked air pressure in all 4 tyres, it was 33 psi all around. Still I got air filled till 35 (just to be on safer side). The warning light is still lit up, the low line TPMS is not able to recalibrate itself. Any other solutions for this ?
An update to this, I was really sick of going to puncture wala and filling up tyres every Monday morning. So I took some time out and asked the puncture repair guy to check all tyres for puncture, lo and behold, the rear left had a small puncture. He patched it up, filled air till 34 psi in all and the warning lights gone in minutes Silly me kept thinking it's sensor issue or something.

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