The Hyundai Venue has been launched at a stonking introductory price of Rs. 6.5 lakhs (ex-showroom). The Venue tops out at Rs. 11.15 lakhs for the 1.0L, turbo petrol engine with the 7-speed DCT. Here’s a detailed list of the Hyundai Venue prices for each of the variants (ex-showroom).
|1.2L Kappa Petrol (5MT)||Rs. 6.5 lakhs||Rs. 7.2 lakhs|
|1.0L Turbo Petrol (6MT)||Rs. 8.21 lakhs||Rs. 9.54 lakhs||Rs. 10.6 lakhs|
|1.0L Turbo Petrol (7DCT)||Rs. 9.35 lakhs||Rs. 11. 15 lakhs(SX+)|
|1.4 U2 Diesel (6MT)||Rs. 7.75 lakhs||Rs. 8.45 lakhs||Rs. 9.78 lakhs||Rs. 10.84 lakhs|
There will be two petrol engines – a 1.0L, turbocharged, 3 cylinder engine and the 1.2L, 4-cylinder Kappa engine. The 1.2L Kappa engine comes mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The 1.0L, turbo petrol engine comes with either a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. The 1.0L engine is capable of producing 120 bhp and 172 Nm of torque while the 1.2L, Kappa engine produces 83 bhp and 115 Nm of torque.
There will also be a 1.4L, turbocharged, 4-cylinder diesel engine which will come mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox only. This engine produces 84 bhp and 220 Nm of torque. With three engine and transmission options, the Hyundai Venue is available in a wide range of configuration.
The Venue sure does look like a handsome SUV. It has perfect proportions and also sports Hyundai latest design language. The dual cluster headlamps have been executed very well and it has a proper upright SUV stance with some rugged body claddings and faux skid plates on the bumpers. It even gets the option of dual-tone paint scheme. The smart LED tail lamps at the rear and the 16-inch alloy wheels complete off the rather impressive look. Take a look at the dimensions of the Hyundai Venue.
Like most Hyundai’s, the interiors are very well laid out. An 8-inch floating infotainment screen takes center stage on the dashboard, flanked by the AC vents on either side. A band of shortcut buttons sit below the infotainment screen with the climate control dials right at the bottom. The display for the climate controls have been very smarty integrated within the dials itself. The overall layout of the dashboard is very pleasing and ergonomically, very convenient. Quality of materials used are also quite good and the cabin exudes a premium feel.
The Venue will essentially be available in four different trim levels – E, S, SX, and the SX(O) – with 13 variants to choose from. The Venue comes pretty well loaded, even with the base variant. However, it is the ‘S’ and the ‘SX’ variants that come fully loaded to the brim with all the necessary gadgets and luxuries you would want in your car.
The infotainment system features Blue-link technology which can be accessed via Smartphone. Maps and navigation services, built-in apps, voice assistant are some of the features. Furthermore, the car will also get an e-SIM based connectivity. It even gets other fancy features like powered sunroof, wireless charging, cruise control, leather upholstery and rear AC vents as well. You can read our detailed trim-wise features for the Venue from the link below.
The Hyundai Venue goes against the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, the Tata Nexon and the Mahindra XUV300. The Hyundai Venue prices have really undercut the competition and it really is great value for money for all that it is offering. It wouldn’t be a surprise if the Venue soon turns out to be the best selling sub-compact SUV in the country.