Hyundai Venue Summary
Hyundai entered the sub-four meter SUV segment with the debut of the Venue back in May 2019. The model is currently available with three engine options across seven variants that include E, S, S(O), S+, SX, EX(O) Exe, and SX (O). Rivals to the Venue include the Kia Sonet, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Toyota Urban Cruiser, Tata Nexon, and the Ford EcoSport.
Exterior highlights of the Hyundai Venue include a split headlamp design, projector headlamps with LED DRLs, projector fog lights, LED tail lights, 16-inch dual-tone alloy wheels, a shark fin antenna, and roof rails, and silver skid plates.
Inside, the Hyundai Venue receives features such as an electric sunroof, an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, automatic climate control, flat-bottom steering wheel, height-adjustable driver seat, Hyundai BlueLink connectivity, wireless charging, cruise control, rear AC vents, and sliding front armrest.
The Hyundai Venue is available with three engine options that include a 1.2-liter NA petrol motor, 1.5-liter diesel, and a 1.0-liter turbo-petrol motor. The 1.2-litre NA version, which produces 82bhp and 114Nm of torque, is offered only with a five-speed manual transmission. The 1.5-liter diesel mill produces 99bhp and 240Nm of torque and is paired to a six-speed manual unit or a six-speed automatic unit. The 1.0-liter TDI engine produces 118bhp and 172Nm of torque and comes mated to an EMT unit or a seven-speed DCT unit.
Solid road presence – A strong shoulder line, flashy grille and the large wheels
Feature loaded – Top trims get lots of modern equipment/extravagant music player
Quality interiors – Good quality with appreciable fit/finish, favourable ergonomics
Modern powertrains – The line-up consists of ultra-refined and efficient engines
Smooth gearboxes – The transmissions offer convenience and are a breeze to use
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