The new crossover Hyundai Crete will gather in Russia in the near future|volkswagun
Compact crossover Hyundai Crete will gather at the St. Petersburg Hyundai plant in the fall. This statement was made director of the Russian plant of the Korean automaker Choi Dong Spruce. Now comes the adjustment of production capacities and adaptation of the assembly line for the new model. Collect Hyundai Creta be on the same line as the Hyundai Solaris. This neighborhood is not surprising, because the basic configuration under the hood crossover will be 1.6-liter 123 horsepower gasoline engine with 6-speed manual or 6-band automatic. The same power unit and put on the Hyundai Solaris.
Among other things, crossover and sedan budget are fairly similar size wheelbases and body lengths. The length of the Hyundai Crete 4270 mm and wheelbase of 2590 mm. As for driving, the base version will get only front-wheel drive. But the more expensive equipment Hyundai Creta with a powerful 2-liter gasoline engine will have all wheel drive. More pictures Hyundai Crete can be seen here.
In India and China, the car is already sold. At the same time the Indian market base version has a diesel under the hood a 1.6 liter capacity of 128 hp Most likely in Russia diesel version will not. According to plans of the manufacturer’s new product assembled in Russia will export to Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Uzbekistan and other countries.
In our country crossover Hyundai Crete has to compete with budget Renault Duster. For the price of the car will be comparable with the French crossover. Inside, luxury trim Creta receive a modern multimedia system with 7-inch screen built-in navigation and audio system. In terms of vehicle safety will provide all necessary systems, six airbags ABS and ESP. The top version will offer customers 17-inch alloy wheels.
Official presentation of the new items will be held at the Moscow International Motor Show 2016, which will open in late August this year. Home sales Hyundai Creta scheduled for late fall-early winter of this year.