The Hyundai Creta will be coming to challenge the Honda HR-V and the Toyota Corolla Cross
Malaysia’s competitive B-segment SUV market is about to welcome a new contender, as Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM) has officially opened the order books for the Hyundai Creta at all its authorised sales outlets nationwide as well as on its online booking platform called “Cl!cktoBuy“.
“With so much practicality and space contained within a compact footprint, it’s not difficult to see why SUVs continue to rise in popularity, both globally and in Malaysia. The Hyundai Creta illustrates this perfectly, and we look forward to giving Malaysians more choices in the realm of SUVs upon its introduction, which is just around the corner!” said Sime Darby Motors Managing Director of Retail and Distribution for Malaysia Mr Jeffrey Gan.
“The Hyundai Creta targets the young as well as the young-at-heart with its distinctive combination of contemporary design, connected technology and comprehensive active safety features. Optimised for the Asia-Pacific market, this B-segment SUV also offers the practicality, space and convenience to suit active lifestyles,” said HSDM Managing Director Mr Low Yuan Lung.
The Creta comes with many interesting features like its Parametric Jewel front end, where its LED daytime running lights are ‘hidden’ within the prominent grille. At night, the daytime running lights combine with the bumper-mounted LED projector headlamps to create a visual signature that’s stunning and unmistakably on-trend.
Inside, a plethora of technological features enhance comfort, convenience and drivability, including a 10.25-inch TFT LCD cluster, an eight-inch infotainment touchscreen with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and no less than four selectable drive modes that emphasise the versatility of the Creta’s character.
That being said, more details like the price, variants, and the complete list of standard features will be revealed when the model is launched on the 28th of April 2023.