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Hyundai’s New Creta Hits the Road with Whopping 20-inch Alloys: Fans Rave and Rage Over the Upgrade

In an audacious move, the 2024 Hyundai Creta has rolled out with stunning 20-inch RPM alloy wheels, a significant leap from the standard 17-inch alloys, courtesy of Velocity Tyres in Ludhiana. This three-inch increase has sparked a fiery debate among car enthusiasts.

Jsn_1007 chimed in with skepticism, saying, “Tyre size and tyre profile not suitable for Creta. It is not practical.” Meanwhile, a cohort of users, including R_Rajput, ravi, chaskar, and thakur_himansu, praised the new look, exclaiming, “Its fire. Nice boots.”

Not everyone is on board, though. Mooh_kesh and humzah_0012 dismissed the design as “Ugly.” Brian_oconner_69 didn’t mince words, labeling it “Cringe Hyundai people.” rushimodi playfully added, “It has begun !!! I can’t wait to see fancy dress competition by this car owners.”

Sid, another user, expressed a desire to “experience the horrible ride quality” and questioned the impact on the car’s suspension geometry. He pointed out Hyundai’s reputation for less-than-sturdy suspension parts.

But it’s not all about the wheels. The new Hyundai Creta is a tech lover’s dream, boasting features like Quad Beam LED Headlamps, Hyundai SmartSense Level 2 ADAS, and a Voice Enabled Smart Panoramic Sunroof. The infotainment and digital cluster are state-of-the-art, and the interiors are premium quality. It also features Drive Mode Select, Traction Control Modes, and a Bose Premium Sound System with 8 Speakers, topped off with Paddle Shifters.

With five powertrain options, including a new 1.5 l Turbo GDi Petrol (7DCT), the Creta is a testament to Hyundai’s ‘Sensuous Sportiness’ global design language.

A beloved brand in India, the Hyundai Creta has captivated over 9 lakh customers. The new model, with all its controversy and charisma, starts at a tempting INR 10.99 lakh. As the debate rages on, one thing is clear – the new Creta is turning heads and stirring conversations on the roads of India.

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