₹ 8.78 L - ₹ 15.47 L
The Hyundai Venue is available in 16 variants in the price range of Rs. 8.78 lakhs to 15.47 lakhs. We can deliver this car between 8 days to 6 months depending on the availability and stocks.
|Transmission||Fuel Type||ARAI Mileage|
|Gear Box||5 Speed|
|Power Steering Type||Electric|
|Wheel Type||Steel with Cover|
The Hyundai Venue is a compact SUV. It sports an attractive exterior design, a premium interior and a plethora of features. The SUV perfectly suits the urban environment with its compact dimensions, eye-catching looks and interior equipment. The latest facelifted iteration of the Venue features subtle changes to the design, especially to the front grille, which is in line with its elder siblings.
The Hyundai Venue is available with a 1.2-litre petrol, 1.5-litre diesel and a 1-litre turbocharged petrol engine option. The naturally aspirated petrol and diesel engines come with only manual gearboxes, 5-speed and 6-speed, respectively and the turbo engine comes with an iMT OR 7-speed DCT gearbox. The Hyundai Venue makes for a perfect compact SUV with its unique styling, premium features and engine options. The solid build quality, inside and out, further accentuates the SUV’s appeal.
The following sections will highlight the critical aspects of the Hyundai Venue, including the exterior design, interior, features, performance and safety.
The Hyundai Venue is a handsome SUV, and the latest updates have made it look even better. The new revised chrome-studded front grille makes it look bolder than ever before. The split headlamp and indicator setup, the revised front bumper, and the skid plate render the SUV a sporty look when viewed from the front. The front end comes together neatly, and nothing looks out of proportion.
The SUV has a no-nonsense side profile with prominent wheel arches, seamless shoulder lines and rugged body cladding. Apart from that, you can also spot the prominent roof rails, alloy wheels and blacked-out A and B-pillars. The side profile provides continuity to the design philosophy, which evolves from the front fascia.
The rear profile of the Venue makes it stand out from the crowd, thanks to the unique light strip that connects the tail light clusters. The black cladding, block treatment for the reflectors and the skid plate render a rugged look to the SUV. Overall, the Venue is a kind of SUV that leaves no stone unturned in terms of looks, styling and road presence.
The Venue’s interior has not evolved too much as the exterior. It features a dual-tone treatment for the dashboard and seats. The chrome accents on the steering wheel, gear selector stick housing, and AC vents give a premium feel. The clutter-free dashboard, neatly laid out knobs and buttons, and the unique steering wheel design makes it a simple yet premium-looking cabin.
The SUV offers comfortable seats, both at the front and rear. The driver seat now comes with electric recline and slide adjustment. The rear seat gets a reworked base which improves the under-thigh support. The scooped-out rear section of the front seats also helps improve knee room for rear passengers. Hyundai Venue’s boot space stands at 350 litres, which is more than ideal for a car of this size.
The Venue is a well-kitted SUV when it comes to creature comfort features. The top-spec trims of the SUV come with features such as an electric sunroof, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, ambient lighting, projector headlamps, connected car technology, cruise control, an air purifier, etc. The list goes on. However, it misses out on some essential features, such as automatic day/night IRVM, rain-sensing wipers, etc.
The Venue comes with three engine options: a 1.2-litre petrol engine, a 1.5-litre diesel engine and a 1-litre turbocharged petrol engine. The 1.2-litre petrol engine produces 81.80 bhp and 113.8 Nm of torque. The diesel engine is good for 98.56 bhp and 240 Nm of torque. The turbocharged petrol engine pumps out 118.41 bhp and 172 Nm of torque.
The naturally aspirated petrol and diesel engine is available with a 5-speed and a 6-speed manual gearbox, respectively. The turbo-petrol engine comes with an iMT (Intelligent Manual Transmission) and a 7-speed DCT gearbox. All three engines offer peppy performance in urban as well as highway driving conditions.
The Hyundai Venue petrol delivers a mileage of 17.5 kmpl. The diesel variant delivers a fuel economy of 23.4 kmpl. The turbo-petrol iMT model returns a mileage of 17.8 kmpl, and the DCT model delivers a fuel efficiency of 18.1 kmpl. Note that these mileage figures are as per the Automotive Research Association of India ( ARAI) rating. Venue’s fuel tank capacity stands at 45 litres, giving it an excellent range between fuel-ups.
The Hyundai Venue is well-kitted when it comes to safety. The compact SUV comes with safety equipment such as six airbags, Electronic Stability Control, TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System), hill-hold assist, Vehicle Stability Management, cornering lamps, rear parking assist camera, etc.
The updated design makes it look premium and butch.
Premium interior with good build quality with high-quality materials.
An expansive list of features with connected car technology.
Wide range of engine choices and gearbox options.
There is no diesel-automatic option.
The rear passenger seat feels cramped for three occupants.
It misses out on features like automatic day/night IRVM, electric seat adjustment, etc.
|Hyundai Venue Variants||Prices||Delivery Timeline|
|1.2 E||8.78 L||23 October 2023|
|1.2 S||10.13 L||03 October 2023|
|1.2 S(O)||11.05 L||03 October 2023|
|1.2 S(O) Knight||11.31 L||03 October 2023|
|1.0 S(O)||12.02 L||03 October 2023|
|1.0 S(O) iMT||12.15 L||23 October 2023|
|1.5 S Plus||12.50 L||23 March 2024|
|1.2 SX||12.78 L||03 October 2023|
|1.2 SX Knight||13.16 L||03 October 2023|
|1.0 S(O) DCT||13.29 L||03 October 2023|
|1.0 SX(O) iMT||14.35 L||03 October 2023|
|1.5 SX||14.54 L||03 October 2023|
|1.0 SX(O) Knight||14.69 L||03 October 2023|
|1.0 SX(O) DCT||15.13 L||03 October 2023|
|1.5 SX(O)||15.47 L||23 March 2024|
|1.0 SX(O) DCT Knight||15.47 L||03 October 2023|
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