The Venue is available in five broad variants: E, S, S+/S(O), SX and SX(O).
Colours: It comes in six monotone and one dual-tone colour choices: Typhoon silver, Titan grey, Denim blue, Fiery red, Polar white, Phantom black and Fiery red with Phantom black roof.It comes in six monotone and one dual-tone colour choices: Typhoon silver, Titan grey, Denim blue, Fiery red, Polar white, Phantom black and Fiery red with Phantom black roof.
The Venue is offered with three engine choices: a 1.2-litre petrol (83PS/114Nm) paired with a five-speed manual, a 1-litre turbo-petrol (120PS/172Nm) paired with a six-speed iMT or an optional seven-speed DCT (dual-clutch automatic) and an upgraded 1.5-litre diesel unit (116PS/250Nm) mated only to a six-speed manual transmission. There are no diesel-auto or CNG variants available.
It gets an eight-inch touchscreen with connected car tech like Alexa and Google voice assistant support, an air purifier, automatic climate control, cooled glovebox and push-button start/stop. Other amenities include a four-way powered driver seat, a single-pane sunroof and wireless phone charging.
Passenger safety is ensured by up to six airbags, ABS with EBD, electronic stability control (ESC), tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS), a rear-view camera, rear parking sensors and hill-hold assist.
The Hyundai Venue is a compact SUV that first registered its appearance in the Indian market in 2019. The car has been positioned by Hyundai between its SUV Creta and its premium hatchback the i20. Ever since Venue has launched, it has been giving tough competition to all the leading cars in its segment. The sporty look of the car, provided by its feature and brand value, has granted this car a unique position of its own. Hyundai, meanwhile, comes in 19 different variants.
Hyundai has tried to give it a look similar to Creta and to many, it does appear as a small Creta.The vehicle comes with solid exterior features such as its chrome-lined grille, split led headlamps, LED DRLs, projector fog lights and the crystal effect LED taillamps to provide it with a sporty look.
The 16-inch dual-tone alloy wheels are also there to give a more premium look. The car has a dimension of 3995×1770×1605 mm.The car has a dedicated sunroof and comes in six colour options where two options i.e. grey and white are also provided with a black roof.
The compact SUV comes with an over the top designed all-black cabin. Hyundai's Venue is the most advanced car in its segment if it comes to feature. The compact SUV comes with its own embedded SIM card that allows the user to perform multiple actions such as locking and unlocking the doors and starting the vehicle's engine using a smartphone.The car comes in three transmissions, namely manual, clutchless manual and automatic (dual-clutch).Another noticeable feature is its massive 350-litre boot space.
The Hyundai Venue provides three engine options; a 1.5-litre diesel engine of 1493cc, a 1.2-lite petrol engine of 1197cc and a 1-litre turbo petrol engine of 998cc. The power for all three engines varies as 100hp for 1.5-litre diesel, 83hp for 1.2-litre petrol engine and 120hp for 1-litre turbo petrol engine.
The 1.2litre petrol engine comes only with 5-speed manual transmissions, while the turbo petrol engine comes with a 6-speed manual and 7-speed automatic transmission. Also, the diesel variant only comes with 6-speed manual transmission. The mileage, as Hyundai claims, varies between 17.24 km/l to 23.4 km/l.
The car is provided with two airbags in all variants except the topmost SX(O) variant. ABS along with EBD features in all seven variants. Though there are some added security features such as Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and Vehicle Stability Management (VSM), they vary from variant to variant. Also, while all the variants are equipped with parking sensors, the reverse parking camera comes only in the top three variants.
Nonetheless, Hyundai Venue boasts of a strong structural body as the car has been awarded 4 stars against crash test by ANCAP.