New Hyundai Venue Facelift Launched – Watch First Walkaround

Launched at Rs 7.53 lakh onwards, the new Hyundai Venue facelift carries a highly revised interior, and new features but the same specs

Several spy pics and a handful of teasers later, the new Hyundai Venue 2022 has finally entered the car market. The facelift has been priced Rs 7.53 onward and competes with the likes of Maruti Brezza and Tata Nexon. In spite of being a mid-life facelift, the new model comes across as a comprehensive update over the outgoing model. Here, we have highlighted all that’s new about the Hyundai Venue. –

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New Hyundai Venue Exterior

Outside, the new Hyundai Venue looks a lot fresher than the previous model. Up front, it gets a parametric grille in accordance with the Sensuous Sportiness design theme. The new styling feature accentuates the width of the SUV and endows it with a higher road presence. Even the bumper is new and sleeker than before. The side profile remains largely untouched but now carries new dual-tone alloy wheels. The rear end, like the front, has been given a big update. The highlights here are the connecting LED taillamps with an elongated H glow pattern. Even the bumper is new. The new model has been launched in 7 colour options – 6 single-tone and 1 dual-tone. The latter is a red with black roof option that is also the signature shade of the new Venue.

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Interior

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New Hyundai Venue Facelift Walkaround by Rohit Khurana.

Akin to the exterior, the interior has received several updates. However, unlike the exterior, the updates for the cabin are more functional in nature than cosmetic. The instrument cluster is new and has been lifted from the Hyundai Creta. The all-digital instrument console looks sporty and goes well with the overall theme of the vehicle. Another highlight is the updated BlueLink system that now offers over 60 features and recognizes 12 languages (including 10 regional). Yet another addition is that of the Sounds of Nature, which allows the user to listen to soothing sounds like that of a flowing river irrespective of the conditions outside. 2 more segment-first features are 4-step electrically adjustable front seat and 2-step recline adjustment for rear seats. Other highlights of the improved features package include puddle lamps, ambient lighting, and cruise control.

New Hyundai Venue Specifications

Specifications2022 Hyundai Venue
Engine1.2L NA petrol;
1.5L diesel;
1.0L turbo petrol
Power83 PS 100 PS 120 PS
Torque113 Nm 240 Nm 172 Nm
Transmission5-speed manual 6-speed manual 6-speed IMT, 7-speed DCT auto
Fuel Mileage17.52 kmpl 18.1 kmpl 23.7 kmpl

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The specs of the 2022 Hyundai Venue are exactly the same as that of the earlier model. However, Hyundai insists that the diesel motor has been re-tuned for better responsiveness. Also, the car now comes with Drive Mode Selector – City, Eco, and Sport to help you fine-tune the performance as per the usage conditions. The base petrol mill, which is a 1.2-liter naturally-aspirated unit, outputs 83 PS and 113 Nm. On the other hand of the spectrum, the turbo-petrol motor offers 120 PS and 172 Nm. The diesel mill offers 100 PS and 6-speed manual transmission. Even the mileage figures have remained unchanged.

Price

2022 Hyundai Venue PricesPetrolTurbo PetrolDiesel
ERs 7.53 lakh
SRs 8.70 lakh
S(O)Rs 9.50 lakhRs 9.99 lakh
S+Rs 9.99
SXRs 10.69 lakhRs 11.42 lakh
S(O) DCTRs 10.96 lakh
SX(O)Rs 11.92 lakhRs 12.32 lakh
SX(O) DCTRs 12.57 lakh
All prices ex-showroom

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Prices of Hyundai Venue 2022 start at Rs 7.53 lakh for the base 1.2-litre Petrol motor variant. The turbo-petrol variant starts at Rs 9.99 lakh and so does the diesel model. The fully-loaded 1.2 petrol variant costs Rs 10.69 lakh. The top-end turbo petrol costs Rs 12.57 lakh while the top-end diesel costs Rs 12.32 lakh.

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