Hyundai Creta and Alcazar have received Adventure Editions for their respective lineups. Prices for the Hyundai Creta Adventure Edition start at Rs 15.17 lakh and go up to Rs 17.89 lakh. Meanwhile, the Hyundai Alcazar Adventure edition starts at Rs 19.04 lakh and goes up to Rs 21.24 lakh. Mechanically, the SUVs remain unchanged, but the Creta Adventure Edition will only be offered with a petrol powertrain.
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Hyundai Creta and Alcazar Adventure Editions: What’s new?
The Adventure Editions for Hyundai Creta and Alcazar have been updated with a dashcam. Previously, we saw the Hyundai Exter come with an integrated dashcam. The interiors of the two SUVs get an all-black theme with green highlights on the AC vents and controls. The upholstery also receives special green stitching.
Talking about cosmetic changes, the two special editions will receive the ‘Adventure’ badging on the front fender. The grille has been blacked out and receives a special black Hyundai logo. The fog lamp housing, 17-inch alloys, skid plates on the rear and the sides, tailgate (Alcazar), and C-pillar (Creta) have also been blacked out.
Hyundai has added the Range Khaki colour option for the two Adventure Editions. This colour option made its debut on the Exter recently. Other colour options include Atlas White, Abyss Black, and Titan Grey. The Creta Adventure Edition is available in two dual-tone colour options while its Alcazar counterpart gets three.
Mechanically, the two SUVs remain unchanged. Hyundai Creta Adventure Edition is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine that generates a maximum power output of 115hp and 144Nm or torque. This engine can be paired with a 6-speed manual or a CVT gearbox. The Adventure Edition for the Alcazar is available with a 1.5-litre turbo petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel engine. The former puts out 160hp and 253Nm while the latter generates 116hp and 250Nm.
The Adventure Edition for the Creta is available in SX and SX (O) petrol trims, while for the Alcazar it covers Platinum and Signature trims in both petrol and diesel powertrains. The two SUVs rival the likes of Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitrara, Toyota Urban Cruiser HyRyder, Volkswagen Taigun, Kia Seltos, Honda Elevate, Tata Safari, MG Hector Plus, and Mahindra XUV700.