The Hyundai Venue is one of the 12 different models from the house of Hyundai. Prices for this SUV start from Rs 6.99 Lakh and buyers can pick from as many as 18 different versions. The transmission options on the Hyundai Venue include both Manual and Automatic gearbox. The Venue offers a max power of 82hp@6000rpm. Some of the main rivals include KIA Sonet and Tata Nexon.
Hyundai Venue have 18 variants ranging from Rs. 6.99 Lakh to Rs. 11.86 Lakh. Under the hood, Venue is powered by a 4 cylinder, 1197 cc, Kappa 1.2 L MPi Petrol. It is able to produce 114 Nm @ 4000 rpm torque and 83 bhp @ 6000 rpm power with a fuel efficiency/mileage of 17.52 kmpl. Hyundai Venue can store up to 45 Litres fuel in one go at max.
This SUV car comes loaded with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), Central Locking, EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution), ISOFIX (Child-Seat Mount), 2 Number of Airbags from safety point of view. From Comfort perspective, Venue have All Rows Adjustable Headrests, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Navigation System, 2 12v Power Outlet.
Performance of Venue is backed by a 5 Speed Manual transmission and FWD (Front Wheel Drive) configuration.
Venue is a 5 seater car with Rake Adjustable steering, Analogue + Digital Instrument Console, Multifunction Display, Electric Power Steering Power Steering, Front only Power Windows.
Hyundai Venue is a 5 door car which has front Ventilated Disc brakes, Mc Pherson Strut With Coil Spring Rear suspensions and rear Drum brakes, Coupled Torsion Beam Axle with coil spring suspensions with 195 / 65 R15 Wheels.
Venue has 350 Litres Boot Space, 45 Litres Fuel Tank Capacity, 200 mm Ground Clearance, 1590 mm Height, 1168 Kg Kerb Weight, 3995 mm Length, 5.4 m Turning Radius, 2500 mm Wheelbase, 1770 mm Width.
Venue is available in India starting from Rs. 6.99 Lakh with it's least expensive variant being 1.2 Kappa MT E. Most expensive variant of Venue is 1.0 Turbo GDI DCT SX Plus Dual Tone (Sport) priced at Rs. 11.86 Lakh.
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Price of Hyundai Venue in India ranges between Rs. 6.99 Lakh and Rs. 11.86 Lakh. Least expensive variant is 1.2 Kappa MT E and most expensive variant is 1.0 Turbo GDI DCT SX Plus Dual Tone (Sport). Hyundai Venue is also available on EMI starting at Rs. 14.79K with 9.8% interest rate.
|1.2 Kappa MT E||₹ 6.99 Lakh||Petrol,Upto 17.52,Manual||View Price Breakup|
|1.2 Kappa MT S||₹ 7.77 Lakh||Petrol,Upto 17.52,Manual||View Price Breakup|
|1.2 Kappa MT S+||₹ 8.65 Lakh||Petrol,Upto 17.52,Manual||View Price Breakup|
|1.0 l Kappa Turbo GDi Petrol IMT S(O)||₹ 9.11 Lakh||Petrol,Upto 17.8, Manual||View Price Breakup|
|1.5 l U2 CRDi Diesel 6-Speed Manual S(O) DSL||₹ 9.52 Lakh||Diesel,Upto 23.4, Manual||View Price Breakup|
|1.5 CRDi MT SX||₹ 10.00 Lakh||Diesel,Upto 23.7,Manual||View Price Breakup|
|1.0 Turbo GDI DCT S||₹ 10.01 Lakh||Petrol,Upto 18.15,Automatic||View Price Breakup|
|1.0 Turbo GDI MT SX||₹ 10.07 Lakh||Petrol,Upto 18.27,Manual||View Price Breakup|
|1.0 Turbo GDi Petrol IMT SX||₹ 10.07 Lakh||Petrol,Upto 18,Manual||View Price Breakup|
|1.0 Turbo GDi Petrol IMT SX Dual Tone (Sport)||₹ 10.37 Lakh||Petrol,Upto 18.15,Automatic||View Price Breakup|
|1.5 CRDi MT SX Dual Tone||₹ 10.40 Lakh||Diesel,Upto 23.7,Manual||View Price Breakup|
|1.5 l U2 CRDi Diesel 6-Speed Manual SX(O) Executive||₹ 11.04 Lakh||Diesel,Upto 23.4, Manual||View Price Breakup|
|1.0 Turbo GDi Petrol IMT SX(O)||₹ 11.36 Lakh||Petrol,Upto 18.27,Manual||View Price Breakup|
|1.0 Turbo GDI MT SX(O) Dual Tone (Sport)||₹ 11.48 Lakh||Petrol,Upto 18,Manual||View Price Breakup|
|1.5 CRDi MT SX(O)||₹ 11.68 Lakh||Diesel,Upto 23.7,Manual||View Price Breakup|
|1.0 Turbo GDI DCT SX Plus||₹ 11.68 Lakh||Petrol,Upto 18.15,Automatic||View Price Breakup|
|1.5 CRDi MT SX(O) Dual Tone (Sport)||₹ 11.80 Lakh||Petrol,Upto 18.15,Automatic||View Price Breakup|
|1.0 Turbo GDI DCT SX Plus Dual Tone (Sport)||₹ 11.86 Lakh||Petrol,Upto 18.15,Automatic||View Price Breakup|
The design of Hyundai Venue is quite modern and looks pretty spectacular, especially up front. In fact, there are many bold creases to give the Venue a muscular look. The front-end features a wide cascading grille that gives it a familiar look. The headlight design is in accordance with the multi-tier arrangement found on many modern-day SUVs but we wish the halogens new and the projectors surely uplift the styling, however, we wish that the halogens could be replaced by white LEDs. The bumper now gets a faux skid plate to add to the sportiness and the fog light placement is done in a neat way.
The 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels are a looker, and gel well with the Venue's personality, and so do the silver-finished roof rails. The rear looks a tad bit boxy but many seem to like the quirky look. Nonetheless, the muscular and sporty design is observed at most parts of the car.
Hyundai Venue measures 3995 mm in length, 1770 mm in width and 1605 mm in height. The wheelbase of the sub-compact SUV sticks to 2500 mm while the ground clearance is pegged at 195 mm.
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Hyundai Venue packs in a modern yet sufficiently rugged design that looks fresh even 2 years after it was launched.
Jump inside the Venue and the first thing that you will notice is the floating 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system. The touch response is slick and easy to use. It also gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto but unlike its sibling, Kia Sonet, it doesn’t receive wireless connectivity option. Meanwhile, the BlueLink connected car technology shortcuts are available on the inside rearview mirror.
At the front, you will get an air purifier, automatic climate control, wireless charging, USB ports, cooled glove box and other features but you would also get a lot of metal finished plastics. The rear is not as spacious as the Maruti Brezza or the Tata Nexon. On the inside, the Hyundai Venue feels as spacious as most B1-segment hatchback and can comfortably seat 2 adults at the rear on long journeys. You squeeze in another occupant and the shoulder space will be missed by everyone. There’s, however, a good amount of legroom due to the 2,500 mm wheelbase. You do get rear AC vents and a 12V power socket while the electric sunroof adds to the premiumness of the cabin.
Hyundai Venue is not as spacious as the rivals but it makes up with many features, neat design and high quality plastics
Hyundai Venue is available with three engine options - 1.0L turbo petrol, 1.2L naturally aspirated petrol and a 1.5L turbocharged diesel engine. The 1.5L diesel was added just last year when the country shifted to the newer BS6 emission norms. In the BS4 regime, the B-SUV used to be available with a 1.4L diesel motor. The 1.0-litre turbo petrol motor, which comes mated to a 7-speed DCT, comes across as an excellent performer. However, there is a significant amount of turbo lag at lower RPMs. Also, the transmission hesitates to downshift when you step on the gas in need of sudden acceleration.
The 1.5L diesel comes from the Creta but has been detuned and now makes 100 PS of power with 240 Nm of peak torque. Despite a bigger engine, the NVH levels inside the cabin are well contained and the SUV picks the pace with a linear torque delivery. The 6-speed manual offers smooth shifts and light clutch action but we wish there was an AT unit just like its cousin, Kia Sonet.
The 1.2L unit is carried over from the i20 itself and generates 82 bhp of power with 114 Nm of peak torque. This unit may not be as powerful as the 1.0L turbocharged petrol but gets the job done for city as well as occasional highway runs.
The 1.0L T-GDI is a fun motor paired with a 7-speed DCT. The 1.5L diesel works like a charm for people clocking more kms on the odometer as it delivers an excellent fuel economy. The 1.2L petrol is reserved for the lower variants and it attracts buyers on a budget.
The body roll in the Hyundai Venue is quite evident even when changing directions at moderate speeds. The suspension feels good, but the enthusiasts would wish for a stiffer setup to make cornering more fun. Also, the potholes can be easily felt at slower speeds because of the stiffer suspension but at higher speeds, the Venue offers a controlled ride. The brakes too are responsive and even on wet surfaces, the car comes to a standstill in no time. The steering is light but precise. The steering on the Venue feels agile but the body-roll makes hard cornering pretty unnerving. Overall, the Venue is not as fun as the Ford Ecosport or the Mahindra XUV300, but we like the direct steering.
Typical of Hyundai models, the Venue offers a pretty good ride quality. That said, the occupants are not immune from the jerks as the car takes on speed-breakers and potholes but things never get so bad that you hear any of the occupants complaining of discomfort. Even the bigger irregularities are evened out easily but the vertical movement is something that keeps us from rating the suspension setup very highly.
In a nutshell, the Hyundai Venue offers a decent mix of good ride quality and confident handling but it does not excel in either of the two aspects.
The Hyundai Venue has bagged a 4-star crash test safety rating in the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP). It has scored well in both adult occupancy and child occupancy protection tests. In adult protection, the B-SUV has scored 91 percent while it has scored 81 percent in child occupant safety. While the Australia-spec model gets more features than the Indian version, the high score in the crash tests do speak volumes of the crash test performance provided by the platform.
The Hyundai Benue on sale India is available with dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and ISOFIX child seat anchorage as standard features across the trim. The fully-loaded SX (O) variant even comes with side and curtain airbags, which takes the total count of airbags to six. This version even gets vehicle stability management, hill start assist and traction control. This simply puts the Venue at par with all other sub-compact SUVs except for Mahindra XUV300, which comes with an additional airbag for the driver’s knee.
With a host of safety features, the Hyundai Venue surely comes across as a safe model. That said, the Global NCAP rating of the India-spec Venue is still not out.
Excellent driving comfort& especially on long drives& good mileage and safety features are good. Its exterior and interior look awesome.
I have a 2019 Hyundai Venue SX(O) turbo which comes with the 1.0-L GDI engine. I required a compact car for city usage and occasional highway travel and found this one to be the best as it not only gets a powerful petrol engine but also comes mated to a quick shifting DCT gearbox. The car looks funky and has some coolness which made me interested in the overall design. The interiors feel premium and the car have almost all the features but the space inside the cabin, especially at the rear could have been better as I feel it is severely lacking. I have had two cars from the brand before and so far, I have had no issues with the after sales support and expect a similar experience this time as well. Talking about the fuel economy, the car returns around 10-12 KMPL in city traffic while out on the highway, I extract around 15-16 KMPL from this motor.
Hyundai Venue â€“ 1.5L SX(O) Diesel My best friend owns a Venue diesel but he brought the car when it was launched. I drove the car and even went on a long trip but being the S variant, it lacked some of the features. In 2020 it was my time to book an SUV and I looked no further than the Venue. Hyundai just brought in the BS6 version of Venue and this one was a 1.5L rather than the 1.4L which my friend owns. I took the delivery of the SX(O) model in February 11 and have driven just 2000 km as of now. Yes, thatâ€™s very low for a diesel but because of the lockdown, my SUV is just parked inside my house. This is my first car and I am in love with this one. What I wanted was a top model and have all the features rather than settle for base variant any SUV which comes with low features. I sometimes fiddle around with the gimmicks and I am in love with the BlueLink technology. I can see all data related to service, geo fencing on my smartphone. Overall, I am very impressed with this SUV and it keeps my needs satisfied.
Hyundai Venue â€“ 1.0L S Turbo Petrol I took delivery of my Hyundai Venue in January 2020 and till now I have completed 5,000 km in this SUV. I always wanted an SUV but performance too side by side. The only problem was I was short on budget but the S variant of Hyundai Venue saved me. Under Rs 10 lakh it makes 118 bhp with 172 Nm of torque and I am happy with the 6-speed manual. What I love about the car is its suspension and comfort for long journeys. I have done a 1500 road trip with this one and the car felt like a breeze on the highways. The only issue I have it sometimes delivers low mileage in the city traffic with the AC on. Rest, everything on this one feels good. I did not go for the automatic as I was hearing about heating issues so took delivery of a manual SUV only. I am happy with my purchase and with its popularity, there was no discount when I brought the SUV.
Hyundai Venue â€“ SX(O) 1.4 Diesel I fell in love with the Hyundai Venue ever since it was launched. I was personally inclined towards Creta but I was getting the lower trims which lacked basic features. I even tried my hands on other compact SUVs but I did not enjoy the comfort as such. When Hyundai launched the Venue, I immediately went for a test drive of their turbo petrol engine. Since that was new so I wanted to try it but I felt it will not be easy to maintain. I heard it via grapevine though. Fast forward to 10 days, the popularity was sticking very much and I booked a 1.4L SX(O) diesel variant. It came with BlueLink technology (I am still figuring out some of its features even today), electric sunroof, automatic climate control and good interior space. I have now done 15,000 km in the Venue and I am fully satisfied with the car. The 1.4L diesel picks up and with a daily running of 100 km, it gives me a good mileage of above 18 km/l with the AC on. One of the biggest drawbacks here is the rear space. While the front passengers sits good, the rear passengers feel a little bit of discomfort for long journeys when there are 3 adults. Rest, being a top model it is just an amazing SUV. The maintainance is good and till now I have changed the wipers to an aftermarket one. I am thinking to get the alloys changed!
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Hyundai Venue starts from on-road price of Rs 7.85 Lakh in (New Delhi) for the 1.2 Kappa MT E. The on-road price is a combination of ex-showroom price, Insurance, RTO Charges, Road Charges and other miscellaneous items like( TCS, Toll Card). You can check the prices for the following.
The mileage of Hyundai Venue is 23.7 kmpl as per the ARAI. However, the city mileage of Hyundai Venue might vary depending upon your driving style, road conditions, traffic conditions and weather.
Yes, Hyundai Venue has 5 variants with automatic transmision.The Hyundai Venue has 5 petrol variants with automatic transmission.
The exchange value of Hyundai Venue is dependant upon various factors, like number of KM driven, Years, car condition, insurance claims.
|New Delhi||₹ 7.85 Lakh onwards|
|Pune||₹ 8.13 Lakh onwards|
|Hyderabad||₹ 8.20 Lakh onwards|
|Patna||₹ 7.99 Lakh onwards|
|Indore||₹ 7.92 Lakh onwards|
|Ahmedabad||₹ 7.78 Lakh onwards|
|Jaipur||₹ 7.99 Lakh onwards|
|Chennai||₹ 8.06 Lakh onwards|
|Bangalore||₹ 8.34 Lakh onwards|
|Lucknow||₹ 7.92 Lakh onwards|