Key Specs of Hyundai Venue
- Power Windows Front
- Anti Lock Braking System
- Air Conditioner
- Power Steering
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Latest Update: The Hyundai Venue’s prices have been hiked by up to Rs 12,400.
Hyundai Venue Price: Hyundai’s sub-4m SUV is priced from Rs 6.86 lakh to Rs 11.66 lakh (ex-showroom).
Hyundai Venue Variants: The Venue is available in six variants -- E, S, S+, SX, SX+, and SX (O).
Hyundai Venue Seating Capacity: It gets a 5-seater layout.
Hyundai Venue Powertrains: Hyundai offers its sub-4m SUV with a choice of three engine options -- two petrol and one diesel. The 1.2-litre petrol engine is mated to a 5-speed manual and generates 83PS/114Nm. You also have the Kia Seltos’ 1.5-litre diesel engine that produces 100PS/240Nm and is paired to a 6-speed MT. However, there’s no automatic option. Plus, the SUV is offered with a 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine (120PS/171Nm), which is mated to either a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. This unit also gets a 6-speed iMT that has a manual shifter but doesn’t feature the clutch pedal. It is more affordable than a conventional automatic option.
Hyundai Venue Features: These include auto climate control with rear AC vents, Hyundai’s BlueLink connected car tech, wireless mobile charging, cruise control, push-button start/stop, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and a sunroof.
Hyundai Venue Safety: Safety features on offer include up to six airbags, electronic stability control, and vehicle stability management.
Hyundai Venue Rivals: The Venue rivals other sub-4m SUVs like the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon, Toyota Urban Cruiser, Ford EcoSport, Mahindra XUV300, Nissan Magnite, Kia Sonet, and Renault Kiger.
Hyundai Venue Price
The price of Hyundai Venue starts at Rs. 6.86 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 11.66 Lakh. Hyundai Venue is offered in 19 variants - the base model of Venue is E and the top variant Hyundai Venue SX Plus Sport DCT which comes at a price tag of Rs. 11.66 Lakh.
Hyundai Venue price list (Variants)
|E1197 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.52 kmpl||Rs.6.86 Lakh*|
|S1197 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.52 kmpl||Rs.7.58 Lakh*|
|E Diesel1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 23.7 kmpl||Rs.8.28 Lakh*|
|S Plus1197 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.52 kmpl||Rs.8.45 Lakh*|
|S Turbo998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.27 kmpl||Rs.8.64 Lakh*|
|S Diesel1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 23.7 kmpl||Rs.9.19 Lakh*|
|S Turbo DCT998 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 18.15 kmpl||Rs.9.68 Lakh*|
|SX Turbo998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.27 kmpl||Rs.9.97 Lakh*|
|SX iMT998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.0 kmpl||Rs.9.99 Lakh*|
|SX Diesel1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 23.7 kmpl||Rs.9.99 Lakh*|
|SX Sport iMT998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.0 kmpl||Rs.10.28 Lakh*|
|SX Diesel Sport1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 23.7 kmpl||Rs.10.39 Lakh*|
|SX Opt Turbo998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.27 kmpl|
|SX Opt iMT998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.0 kmpl||Rs.11.16 Lakh*|
|SX Opt Sport iMT998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 18.0 kmpl||Rs.11.29 Lakh*|
|SX Opt Diesel1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 23.7 kmpl|
|SX Plus Turbo DCT998 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 18.15 kmpl||Rs.11.49 Lakh*|
|SX Opt Diesel Sport1493 cc, Manual, Diesel, 23.7 kmpl||Rs.11.61 Lakh*|
|SX Plus Sport DCT998 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 18.15 kmpl||Rs.11.66 Lakh*|
Hyundai Venue Comparison with similar cars
Hyundai Venue Review
Hyundai has ensured that the Venue tempts sub-4 metre SUV buyers away from the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon, Ford EcoSport, and Mahindra XUV 300. This Hyundai is proving to be a very convincing package to put your money on thanks to its combination of design, features and price, between Rs 6.4 Lakh and Rs 11.1 lakh (ex-showroom India). The 3-year unlimited kilometre warranty should calm any doubts further. But, does it drive well enough? And which engine would be right for you? A quick spin in the Venue tells us more.
To suit our tastes, the Hyundai Venue has been designed to be angular, like a traditional SUV. The chunky flat face uses the large cascading grille to make it look large and the dull chrome finish on the “plus” shaped theme on the grille looks quite classy.
The grille is fenced in by the split-headlamp setup. Interestingly, the slim light element under the hood is the turn-indicator, and not the LED DRL like on the Harrier or the Hector. The chunky looking headlamp cluster is surrounded by LED DRLs and pack in cornering lamp functionality too (available only from the SX variant). Projector fog lamps are first in this segment.
From the side, the Venue looks a lot like its elder brother, the Creta. The upright A-pillar, floating roof, and chunky C-Pillar are Creta trademarks. However, there is a more muscular look here on the Venue with more prominent bulges for the wheel arches. The 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels look premium too. From the rear, the Venue looks a bit hatch-like. The LED tail lamps, the only instance of LEDs used on the exterior, look quite handsome.
In terms of size, the Venue feels a bit smaller than the competition. You can see this in the overall height, which is the lowest in the class. Its width also highlights this as it is only 5mm wider than the narrowest car in the class, the Ford EcoSport.
Simple and solid, that’s the best way to describe the Venue’s cabin. From the design of the dashboard, the materials used, the quality and the storage spaces, it's clear that the cabin has been well thought out to balance practicality, feel good factor and cost.
The dash uses hard plastics, but the finish for the silver accents and the floating infotainment screen look premium. There are two other colour themes too, including a Denim dual-tone and a Khaki dual-tone that are available with select exterior colour options.
Hyundai’s Venue is plenty practical. 1-litre bottle holders in all four doors, the shelf on the dash for the passenger to stow his phone are very welcome. You also get a tray in the centre stack, a slot behind to store the key and a couple of cupholders. Do note that the air-purifier takes up a cupholder in the top-spec SX (O) variant.
The seats have leather inserts, this is undoubtedly cheaper than all-leather upholstery and will prove to be more comfortable on hot summer days. The contrast stitching on the seats, and the denim like texture for the fabric is handsome. The firm cushioning for the seats and the contours also hold you well. While this is applicable for the front and rear seats, the width and length of the seat base for the second row could have been better.
Actually, the narrowness of the Venue is exaggerated by the extensive use of black in the cabin. The second row, despite the shortcomings mentioned earlier, accommodates three adults much better than expected. While kneeroom isn’t as much as in some of the competition, four adults will sit comfortably in the cabin.
Along with four adults, their luggage won’t jostle for room either. The Venue’s 350-litre boot is on par with the Nexon, and negligibly smaller than that of the EcoSport (352-litre). Also on offer are 60:40 split rear seats. Sadly, that’s limited to the top-spec variant only.
Technology & Features
Aside from the connected car technology and features, the Venue is pretty low on the much touted “segment-first” quotient. That is no reason to be disappointed though, because it offers most of the safety, wow and basic features expected from a car in this class.
Among the highlights is an air-purifier that’s nestled in the cupholder. This, Hyundai claims can remove harmful PM 2.5 particles, making the in-car air healthier. The purifier also gets coded lights - red, yellow, green, blue (ranging from worst to best) - to tell you the quality of the air inside the cabin.
Then, there’s the 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system that gets Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The screen itself is crisp in terms of graphics, and responsive too. This display is paired with a 6-speaker sound system that’s tuned by Arkamys. Hyundai’s BlueLink tech adds another layer of convenience by letting you track your car, pre-start the climate control and even immobilize the car from the comfort of your home. You also get three buttons on the inside rear-view mirror for SOS, roadside assistance and an on-demand concierge service that can push maps to your car. Hyundai has ensured that there’s enough of feel good features. The top-spec version gets an electric sunroof, wireless charging, passive keyless entry as well as push-button start. There’s automatic headlamps too, but rain-sensing wipers and an auto-dimming IRVM have been given a miss.
There are three engine options to choose from - a 1.2-litre petrol, a 1.0-litre turbo-petol and a 1.4-litre diesel. If you want a manual gearbox, you get a 5-speed unit with the 1.2-litre motor, and a 6-speed with the other two. However, if you want an automatic, it’s just the 1.0-litre turbo petrol that’s available with a 7-speed DCT (dual-clutch transmission).
Hyundai Venue 1.0-litre Turbo:
This turbocharged three-cylinder motor has very exciting numbers on paper. With 120PS of power and 172Nm of torque, it’s just as powerful (and in fact torquier) compared to its elder sibling, the Creta. But, it’s not an engine that will make the enthusiast in you grin with glee. All of that torque has been tapped cleverly to make the Venue easy-to-drive on a daily basis.
Inside the city, you can amble about comfortably without having to downshift too often. You can hop over a speedbreaker in third gear, and then accelerate past 100kmph with ease. On the highway, you can cruise at triple-digit speeds all day long without a hiccup. Here too, overtakes will require very little planning. There’s enough torque at your disposal to let you pull ahead in the same gear.
The 1.0-litre engine feels versatile enough to tackle city duties as well as road trips. For a three-cylinder engine, it’s refined as well. Yes, it isn’t as smooth as a four-cylinder engine and some vibrations do creep in on the floorboard. This is especially noticeable during start-up and under hard acceleration.
Finally, let’s talk efficiency. Hyundai India claims a tested fuel-efficiency of 18.15kmpl (MT)/ 18.27kmpl (DCT). We’d like to put this to the test in the real world.
Hyundai Venue 1.0-litre DCT:
Hyundai has developed the 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox in-house. This transmission feels at home tackling bumper-to-bumper traffic, picking up small inputs on the accelerator. The gearbox is tuned to upshift early, usually around 2000rpm when you’re driving with a light foot. It doesn’t feel as snappy as Volkswagen’s DSG. But, in terms of shift times, it is pretty close.
It falters a bit when you stomp on the accelerator pedal. It takes a split second to figure out which gear’s required, before downshifting. That there’s no Sport mode or paddle shifters is sign enough that this gearbox is meant to make the daily grind easier. And on that count, it delivers. No questions asked.
Hyundai Venue 1.4-litre Diesel:
NOTE: The 1.4-litre BS4 engine in the lineup has now been replaced by a BS6 compliant 1.5-litre diesel.
We’ve seen this engine under the hood of the Elite i20, Verna and the Creta. Here, it continues to shine. As far as diesel engines in this segment go, this 1.4-litre motor is among the most refined of the lot. It barely makes a sound as you start it up, and get going. With 90PS and 220Nm on tap, it isn’t setting any new benchmarks. But, that’s all the power you’d need.
Like we’ve seen in other Hyundais, this motor is quite easy going. The turbo kicks in at around 1800rpm, post which progress is brisk. However, the Venue doesn’t feel bogged down when the turbo hasn’t kicked in. So, you can leave it in a gear higher than usual and be rest assured the engine won’t knock and protest. This is an absolute boon inside city traffic, where the Venue will be spending most of its time. On the highway, the motor feels at ease chugging miles at triple-digit speeds. On a related note, we’d recommend opting for the diesel if you’re looking at extensive highway usage. It has proven itself to be dependable and efficient over the years.
|Tested Performance||1.0-litre DCT||1.0-litre MT||1.4-diesel MT|
|Quarter Mileemail@example.com||17.70s@ firstname.lastname@example.org|
|30-80kmph (3rd gear)||-||09.02s||08.26s|
|40-100kmph (4th gear)||-||14.59s||14.04s|
|100-0 kmph||42.92m||43.10m||45.96m (Wet)|
|80-0 kmph||26.69m||27.28m||28.53m (Wet)|
The Venue gets dual airbags, ABS with EBD and ISOFIX child seat mounts as standard. With the top-spec SX (O) variant, you additionally get side and curtain airbags — taking the tally up to six. There’s additional tech such as vehicle stability management, traction control and hill assist control. That puts it on par with rivals such as the EcoSport and the XUV300. Notably, the Mahindra gets an additional airbag for the driver’s knee.
The Hyundai Venue is available in a total of 6 variants with petrol engines and in 5 variant with the diesel engine. The diesel lineup gets 1.4L E MT, 1.4L S MT, 1.4L SX MT, 1.4L SX Dual Tone and the 1.4L SX (O). Petrol lineup consists of the 1.2L E MT, 1.2L S MT, 1.0L S MT, 1.0L SX MT, 1.0L SX MT Dual Tone, 1.0L SX (O), 1.0L S DCT and the 1.0L SX+ DCT.
Pros & Cons of Hyundai Venue
Things We Like
- Safety tech: Apart from the regular set of ABS, 6 airbags, it also gets IRVM-integrated buttons for SOS, RSA along with a distress alarm button in the key fob.
- Feature-rich: Staying true to Hyundai’s DNA, the Venue features projector headlamps with LED DRLs, air purifier, 8-inch touchscreen, sunroof, cruise control, wireless charging and a lot more.
- Looks butch: The Hyundai Venue looks like a proper SUV with boxy design elements like the Creta.
- Multiple powertrains: Hyundai Venue offers three engine options – 2 petrol and 1 diesel. A dual-clutch automatic transmission -- the only car in the segment to get it -- with petrol engine is also on offer.
- Internet Connectivity: The Hyundai Venue gets a bunch of Internet-based connected tech accessible through a smartphone that should aid safety as well as convenience.
Things We Don't Like
- No Diesel AT: The 1.5-litre diesel engine on the Venue is available with a 6-speed MT only.
- No Top-Spec Petrol Automatic: Hyundai is not offering the petrol-DCT combination in the top-spec SX(O) variant. Instead, it is available in the SX+ variant.
Stand Out Features
Sunroof: An electric sunroof matches Venue’s youthful exterior design. It might also make the all-black cabin appear roomy.
Remote-based convenience: Access for ignition startup, door locks and AC temperature through BlueLink smartphone application.
Wireless charging: It is a boon in today’s scenario wherein all major flagship phones support wireless charging.
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- Star Dust
- Fiery Red
- Typhoon Silver
- Deep Forest
- Polar White
- Denim Blue Dual Tone
- Denim Blue Metallic
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Hyundai Venue Price in India
|Mumbai||Rs. 6.86 - 11.66 Lakh|
|Bangalore||Rs. 6.86 - 11.66 Lakh|
|Chennai||Rs. 6.86 - 11.66 Lakh|
|Hyderabad||Rs. 6.86 - 11.66 Lakh|
|Pune||Rs. 6.86 - 11.66 Lakh|
|Kolkata||Rs. 6.86 - 11.66 Lakh|
|Kochi||Rs. 6.92 - 11.75 Lakh|
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They are forcibly robbing money in the name of accessories. While the company says that it is optional, but it is charging ₹ 12000 for accessories of 2000 price, saying it is compulsory.
Over priced. Base variant and 2nd base variant are just for name sake to add this car in family otherwise overall is over priced and feels cheaper.
Rear lights Are really Bad ,Dull, Dark & diminishing stature of the vehicle Rear lights are really unimpressive Dull ,Dark & diminishing the total presence & stature of the vehicle