Hyundai Venue: A popularly priced SUV
Hyundai Venue: A popularly priced SUV
Hyundai Venue is a 5-seater SUV, Venue price starts from rs. 7.53 lakh* and goes up to 12.72 lakh*. Get the latest information about Hyundai venue on-road price, specification, mileage, dimension, features and much more visit autoX.

Hyundai Venue: A popularly priced SUV

This year has seen a lot of launches of cars and bikes. Some of them were new offerings, while the rest were facelifts. Speaking of facelifts, the 2022 Hyundai Venue was one of them. The facelifted iteration had a premium of approximately Rs 1.5 lakh. Despite that, the Hyundai Venue remains one of the bestselling Hyundai cars in India. However, deliveries of this subcompact crossover SUV have already commenced. The outgoing model has made its fanbase and proved to be a good product, which is why the company is seeing a rise in sales of the facelifted version. The attractive design, long list of features, low maintenance, etc., make Hyundai cars among the bestsellers in the country. The revamped versions usually have redesigned bumpers and a few added features. Moreover, it is one of the perfect family cars in its class and is feasible for long journeys. So, if this vehicle draws your interest, below are a few things that you should know:


A Fresh Look

As the title suggests, the new Hyundai Venue gets revamped front and rear bumpers. For starters, let's talk about the front fascia. It sports a new parametric jewel theme, similar to the new Hyundai Tucson. Furthermore, it gets revised LED headlights and taillights. The latter features a running LED light, making it different to the outgoing model, while the former has square-shaped LED DRLs with primary lights. The top-of-the-line variant has loads of chrome inserts and appealing cosmetic garnishes. To know the price of the top model, check out the Hyundai Venue price page on the autoX website. 

All-in-all, it looks more mature than before. In terms of size, the Korean carmaker has increased the roof height from 1605mm to 1617mm, indicating better headroom. However, the carmaker has retained the rest of the dimensions.


Pampering Features

Hyundai cars have a long list of features. Be it comfort, safety, or entertainment, you name it, and it has it. Let's begin with entertainment features. Once you ingress, the centre of the cockpit will welcome you with an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system, which has Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It also has an in-built Alexa. You can access your vehicle's data at home with Alexa home. It also gets connected-car technology that lets the owner access the OTAU (Over-The-Air-Updates). Considering the Venue price, it should be a steal deal, provided the given features.

That shows the live location, speed, fuel level, engine temperature, and upcoming service, to name a few. It also gets a wireless phone charging tray, USB points, ambient lighting, auto HVAC, etc. It has front and rear power windows, a multi-functional steering wheel, a reverse parking camera with sensors, a glove box cooling system, and voice control, among others. As for safety features, the Hyundai Venue boasts auto-headlights, rain-sensing wipers, ABS with EBD, central locking, speed-sensing lock, ISOFIX child-seat anchorages, six airbags, traction control, tyre pressure monitor, ESC, hill-assist, etc. Moreover, the auto-dimming IRVM comprise SOS/emergency, RSA, and BlueLink buttons. 

Apart from features, the interior of the Hyundai Venue has leather seats and a leather-wrapped steering-and-gear knob.

Moreover, you will also get several storage compartments inside the car. The door panels and the centre armrest's underneath storage will offer loads of space to accommodate your belongings. The top-most variant is a loaded vehicle. You can check the Hyundai Venue's on-road price, especially the top model on autoX.



Generally, to let you know, the Kia Sonet and the Hyundai Venue have the same chassis and powertrain. Only the diesel engine is identical, unlike the petrol-powered engine. However, the Hyundai Venue has three engine options: a 1.2-litre petrol unit with 83PS and 114Nm of torque, a 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine with 120PS and 172Nm of torque, followed by a 1.5-litre diesel engine that churns out 100PS and 240Nm of torque. As for transmissions, the manual includes a five-speed and a six-speed gearbox, followed by an iMT. Then the last option is a seven-speed DCT unit. However, there is no diesel-auto pair on the Hyundai Venue.

As far as the fuel economy is concerned, the Hyundai Venue mileage ranges between 17.5 kmpl and 23.4 kmpl. Please note that this is an ARAI-claimed figure. Real-world mileage can vary with the traffic conditions and an individual's driving style. 


Variants and Prices

The Korean carmaker sells the Hyundai Venue in five trims: E, S, S+, S(O), SX and SX(O). They further make it to sixteen variants in total. The Venue on-road price starts at Rs 8.60 lakh for the base model, the E1.2 Petrol, and goes up to Rs 14.95 lakh for the top-of-the-line, the SX (O) Turbo DCT DT. 

Then there is also the sports iteration of the Hyundai Venue, the N-Line. It boasts sporty inserts, such as N-Line badges, red-coloured inserts, and sporty exhaust tips. The Venue N-Line price starts from Rs 12.16 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) onwards.

Moreover, the ex-showroom price of the base model of the N-Line is less expensive than the top-most variant of the Hyundai Venue. 


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