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Creta, Stallion’s new sports utility experience

By Benjamin Alade
12 November 2021   |   3:24 am
Stallion Motors has introduced the all-new Hyundai Creta into the Nigerian market.

Stallion Motors has introduced the all-new Hyundai Creta into the Nigerian market.

Poised with great confidence, crafted in strength, power, and unmatched performance, Head of Media and Marketing, Stallion Motors, Sonu Singh, said the car will make a good driving experience, describing it as a powerful Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) in the Nigerian market.

Singh told reporters that Creta brings out the class in all users and makes them stand out of the pack.

He stated that the car won the global CarandBike 2021 Award as the Compact SUV of the year, adding that it has been developed from the ground up with new striking features and design language, new chassis, interiors such as the ventilated seats, power-adjustable driver seat, panoramic sunroof, and a 10.25-inch touchscreen.

The new Creta SUV comes with a new range-topping SX and SX (0) infotainment systems that support wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, new voice commands such as power windows, point-of-interest search, and a new smart key with remote engine start.

He said: “It is the best SUV for a long-distance drive, a phenomenal performance with low fuel consumption and very low maintenance cost.

“It is the best in five seater segment driving experience for both city and high-way trips. At 80-100 km/hr, there is no engine sound while driving. It is your best buy for a family ride. Powerful and responsive, Creta’s highly evolved powertrains make driving a pure joy.”

“Gasoline engines feature weight-saving all-aluminium construction for better fuel economy and they come with Dual Overhead Camshafts (DOHC) plus Dual Variable Valve Timing for improved performance. Gearbox options have been expanded to include a 7-speed Dual Clutch Transmission, which delivers lightning-fast shifting and the all-new Intelligent Variable Transmission.”