Hyundai Venue Top Variants Prices Leaked – Details!

Ex-showroom Bangalore prices of Hyundai Venue have been leaked reportedly. The compact SUV is set to be launched in India on 21st May.

Hyundai Venue is the manufacturer’s first compact SUV and will be first launched in India. It is scheduled to be launched on 21st May, following a media drive by the end of this month.

Ahead of the launch, Rushlane has leaked the prices of top-end variants of Venue. It will be offered in Seven variants, with options of three engines. Following are the prices:

1.0 Turbo SX+ (DCT)10,65,693
1.0 Turbo SX (O)10,09,089
1.4 D SX (O)10,42,915
Hyundai Venue Trim levels

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If these prices are true, Hyundai is actually taking the competition seriously. Instead of going squarely against Mahindra XUV300 and Ford EcoSport, Hyundai Venue will go against Maruti Vitara Brezza and Tata Nexon.

The top-end variant prices of Vitara and Nexon fall in the same price range, while XUV300 and EcoSport demand a slightly more premium. Do we see Venue toppling the best-selling SUV in India? There are chances for a close cut.

Ahead of the launch, the variants, trims and their respective features have also been leaked. Venue will be available in 14 trims, starting from the usual S variant to SX (O).

The SX+ variant will get features such as ESC, Security alarm, Supervision cluster, Wireless charging, 8-inch audio-video navigation, OE telematics, Day/night auto internal mirror, Smart key with push-button start, Air purifier, Cruise Control, Electric Sunroof and much much more.

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The top-spec SX (O) will additionally get Side and curtain airbags, Brake Assist System, Sliding centre armrest, 60:40 rear split seats, Rear seat armrest with cup holders, etc.

Hyundai Venue will be available with a 1.2 Litre petrol, 1.4 Litre diesel and a new 1.0 Litre turbo-petrol engine. The naturally aspirated engine will be offered with a 5-speed MT, the turbo-petrol with 6-speed MT and 7-speed DCT and the diesel with 6-speed MT.

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