Hyundai Creta N Line Launched – Full Drive Review

The CretaN Line has been spotted many times during testing, till now, we have only seen it in leaked photos and videos. But Now, Hyundai has finally launched the NLine version of the Creta in India. This bold move shows that Hyundai wants to ensure there’s something for every enthusiast because this marks Hyundai’s third N Line model in India, after the Venue N Line and i20 N Line. With the launch of the Hyundai Creta N Line, they are looking to attract buyers who want to prefer something different from the standard Creta. so, Let’s explore what makes this Creta N Line stand out from the standard creta.


  1. Redesigned front bumper with Red Accents
  2. Now, Gets Larger 18-inch alloy Wheels
  3. New Dual Tip Exhaust System with Redesigned Spoiler
  4. All Black Sporty Interior Theme with Red Touches
  5. Improved Steering Dynamics and Retuned Suspension
Hyundai Creta N Line Exterior Design

The Hyundai Creta N Line introduces several cosmetic changes that distinguish it from the regular model. Starting from the front, it features a newly redesigned grille with N Line badging and red accents at the bottom of the bumper, giving it a distinct appearance. Moving to the side profile, the Creta N Line stands out with its larger 18-inch alloy wheels instead of 17 inches alloy wheels which comes in regular creta, complemented by red accents along the sides. The roof is blacked out, and the door handles match the body colour, adding to its sleek look.

At the rear, the most significant changes are the addition of a functional dual-tip exhaust system and a redesigned spoiler for improved aerodynamics. These alterations contribute to the sportier and more dynamic persona of the Creta NLine compared to the regular model.

Hyundai Creta N Line Interior


Creta N Line comes with a 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol engine, producing 160 horsepower and 253 Nm of torque. It offers two transmission options: a 6-speed manual transmission and a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission (DCT). According to Hyundai, it accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 8.9 seconds, a figure we confirmed in our tests also. However, during this testing we noticed a slightly turbo lag at the beginning of its rev band. But Once the turbo kicks in, though, the Creta NLine takes off with gusto, providing a fun-to-drive experience with Good refinement. It also features three drive modes (Eco, Normal, and Sport) and three traction control modes (Snow, Sand, and Mud) *( Only with DCT Transmission )  to ensure optimised driving comfort across various terrains.

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Hyundai Creta Drive review


This time, Hyundai has really put in the effort to enhance the driving dynamics starting with its revamped steering system. At higher speeds, the steering feels more firm now, giving confidence to the driver and ensuring precise handling. Additionally, the suspension has also been retuned to improve overall driving dynamics and on-road stability. While the suspension may feel slightly stiffer compared to the regular Creta, In City it Gives a jerky Ride but this stiffness truly enhance confidence  high speeds. Although the regular Creta already offered good stability, the Creta NLine takes it up a notch, providing an even more stable driving experience. Braking performance is also good, front and rear disc brakes works quite well.


When it comes to fuel efficiency, the Creta NLine ARAI claimed mileage figures are 18.2 km/l for DCT and 18 km/l for MT. However, in real-life driving conditions you can expect, with average mileage ranging from 10-12 km/l in the city to 16-20 km/l on the highway depending on your driving behaviour.


As for safety, the Creta NLine offers a 42 standard safety features like, six airbags, ABS with EBD, electronic stability control, front and rear disc brakes, a tyre pressure monitor, and ISOFIX child seat mounts. Additionally, top-spec variants come equipped with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) like lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control ( *only with DCT Transmission ), auto emergency braking, blind view monitor, and more. 

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Creta NLine is Available in two variants, N8 and N10, both manual and DCT transmission options are available. at an introductory price of Rs. 16.82 lakh (ex-showroom) for the N8 MT variant, while the top-spec N10 DCT variant is priced at Rs. 20.3 lakh (ex-showroom). With a total of six colour options available, buyers can choose from three monotone colours, including Abyss Black, Titan Grey Matte, and Atlas White. For those seeking a dual-tone look, the Creta NLine offers options like Atlas White, Thunder Blue, and Shadow Grey, all paired with an Abyss Black roof.

N8 MTRs 16,82,300
N8 DCTRs 18,32,300
N10 MTRs 19,34,300
N10 DCTRs 20,29,900

1. Level 2 ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System)

2. Auto-dimming IRVM

3. Driver window auto up and down

4. 8-way power-adjustable driver seat

5. Front parking sensors

6. Red ambient lighting

7. Voice-enabled panoramic sunroof

8. Rear seat headrest cushion

9. Bose-sourced 8-speaker music system

10. 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system

11. 10.25-inch fully digital instrument cluster

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