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Hyundai Creta Alloy Wheel rims

The Hyundai Creta looks like a smaller version of the Santa Fe SUV with a hexagonal chrome grille and thick horizontal slats. It uses the fluidic design sculpt with edgy design compared to the rounded styling of the Santa Fe. It has a muscular stance with the wide bonnet, swept back headlamps, blacked out air-dam and innovative vertical fog-lamp...

The Hyundai Creta looks like a smaller version of the Santa Fe SUV with a hexagonal chrome grille and thick horizontal slats. It uses the fluidic design sculpt with edgy design compared to the rounded styling of the Santa Fe. It has a muscular stance with the wide bonnet, swept back headlamps, blacked out air-dam and innovative vertical fog-lamps with black surrounds. The side profile of the Creta is also similar to that of the Santa Fe, which means the stance is forward leaning with flared wheel arches. The rear roofline tapers as it connects with the tail lamps.
The Creta is available with the 1.6-litre petrol engine, along with two diesel engine options – the same 1.4-litre and 1.6-litre four cylinder units from the Verna. The VTVT petrol engine is good to produce 121bhp and 155Nm of torque powering the front wheels via a six-speed manual transmission. The 1.4-litre diesel uses the same five-speed gearbox and develops 89bhp and 220Nm of torque.
The car comes with 3 variants in its tyres and wheels. The Entry level of the car comes with Steel Rims fitting 205/65R16 tyres, the mid-range models come with Alloy Wheels and 205/65R16 tyres. Its only the top end of the car that comes with Alloy Wheels of the size fitting 17 inches and little wider 215/60R17 tyres. The design of the 16 inches wheels is out dated and spoils the looks of the car.

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