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Old 6th July 2016, 22:29   #1096
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In summary, if you can afford the initial cost and are ok with the average mileage, this is one car that will serve a family of five very well!
Whats the mileage that you get from the Auto Creta? City and Highway?
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Old 6th July 2016, 22:47   #1097
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See post 1091 of this thread
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I had booked Creta Sx 1.6 Crdi for my father booking details as follows.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/what-c...ml#post3983329

Glad to inform you all our Creta has been delivered on 19th June 2016 i.e., within one month of booking.

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Initial impressions are good

I have driven it for 100+ kms on old Mumbai Pune Highway.

My Liva's braking is excellent and it took me a while to adjust to Creta's braking, one needs to be extra careful.
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I had booked Creta Sx 1.6 Crdi for my father booking details as follows.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/what-c...ml#post3983329

Glad to inform you all our Creta has been delivered on 19th June 2016 i.e., within one month of booking.




Initial impressions are good

I have driven it for 100+ kms on old Mumbai Pune Highway.

My Liva's braking is excellent and it took me a while to adjust to Creta's braking, one needs to be extra careful.
Youre right about the braking. Have completed 12000 kms on my Creta but im still not so confident with the brakes. No other issues with the car but the braking leaves a lot to be desired.
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I had booked Creta Sx 1.6 Crdi for my father booking details as follows.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/what-c...ml#post3983329

Glad to inform you all our Creta has been delivered on 19th June 2016 i.e., within one month of booking.

I have driven it for 100+ kms on old Mumbai Pune Highway.

My Liva's braking is excellent and it took me a while to adjust to Creta's braking, one needs to be extra careful.
Congrats on your Car !!! Smooth is the word for the Engine. Very smooth to drive and we feel comfortable with in city , I am yet to take my Charmer on Highway , by the way mine is 1.4 base CRDI (mod with alloys )
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Do you guys know the manufacturer of the AT box in the Creta?
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Do you guys know the manufacturer of the AT box in the Creta?
AFAIK, its Hyundai Powertech http://www.powertech.co.kr/en/corporate/summary.do
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So 3 free services are not really free? They are saying only labour charges are free and we have to pay for consumables such as oil / air filter, engine oil etc.

Don't recall paying anything during first 3 services for previous 4 cars.
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So 3 free services are not really free? They are saying only labour charges are free and we have to pay for consumables such as oil / air filter, engine oil etc.

Don't recall paying anything during first 3 services for previous 4 cars.
The consumables have to be paid for, but the labour is free. In fact, I don't think the first two services (1K & 5K or is it 1K and 10K?) require anything to be done except for some inspection. 10K will require change of oil & filters for most vehicles unless the service interval is 15K.
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Few pics of my Creta AT and the roads encountered on our recent drive to the hills of Uttarakhand. Am very pleased with the performance and ride in all types of roads.
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Few pics of my Creta AT and the roads encountered on our recent drive to the hills of Uttarakhand. Am very pleased with the performance and ride in all types of roads.
Wow!! Just wow... Looks like you had a wonderful time in your new car. Congratulations! The pics speak louder than words
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Hey everyone! My Creta 1.6 SX+ AT was delivered last sunday, this week has been crazy, done over 400 Kms within NCR :P

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With 7,700 units dispatched to the dealers for the month of June 2016, the Hyundai Creta finishes at #9 on the monthly bestsellers list.

It also helps Hyundai India in registering a strong 9.7% growth on a YOY basis in monthly sales.

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Hey everyone! My Creta 1.6 SX+ AT was delivered last sunday, this week has been crazy, done over 400 Kms within NCR :P

Attached some pics from the delivery ceremony.
Hey, Congrats ! The car looks absolutely beautiful in White ! Ofcourse you can get the roof and pillars wrapped which makes it look even better IMO. Also, judging by your display picture we both seem to have an i20, a Creta and a Great taste


On a different note, has anybody else observed that the bars vanish quickly after the half Tank mark ?
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Old 10th July 2016, 02:07   #1110
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Hey, Congrats ! The car looks absolutely beautiful in White ! Ofcourse you can get the roof and pillars wrapped which makes it look even better IMO. Also, judging by your display picture we both seem to have an i20, a Creta and a Great taste


On a different note, has anybody else observed that the bars vanish quickly after the half Tank mark ?
Thanks and yeah two dudes with the same awesome taste

About the fuel bars, I haven't noticed anything odd yet, though I'll keep an eye and report back here.
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