Since the beginning of April, the majority of automotive brands represented in the Russian Federation have raised the prices of their models. During price monitoring, RG found out how much Hyundai's best-sellers went up in price: the Solaris sedan and the Creta crossover.
The restyled Solaris entered the Russian market at the end of February. The sedan is offered with the same power units as its predecessor: 100- and 123-horsepower gasoline engines with a volume of 1.4 and 1.6 liters, respectively, which can be aggregated either with “mechanics” or with automatic transmission.
The price of the basic version of the Solaris version has not changed: a “Korean” without air conditioning and an audio system costs 765,000 rubles. True, they say that a car in this configuration is almost impossible to meet with dealers. The cost of the sedan in other cases increased by 6 thousand, the price starts from 846 000 rubles.
Hyundai Creta also recently experienced a small update. The range of engines and gearboxes remained the same: gasoline “aspirated” volume of 1.6 (121 or 123 hp – depending on the type of drive) and 2.0 (150 hp), a pair of which you can choose a manual gearbox or “automatic”.
As in the case of Hyundai Solaris, the crossover in the basic version did not add to the price – they ask for the same 975,000 rubles as at the start of sales. The remaining configuration Hyundai Creta rose by 12,000 rubles. The cost of Creta in the performance of Active (the second most equipped version in the configuration hierarchy) is from 1,047,000 rubles.
Earlier, RG told how much the domestic Lada and UAZ went up.