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Hyundai Venue

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Rs. 7.94 - 13.48 Lakh (Showroom Price in Delhi)
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  • Ex-ShowroomRs. 7.94 Lakh
  • RTORs. 71,469
  • InsuranceRs. 41,161
  • On-RoadRs. 9.06 Lakh
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Hyundai Venue Specifications

Key Specifications Top Features
  • Engine 998 - 1493 CC
  • Power 118.41bhp@6000rpm
  • Torque 172Nm@1500-4000rpm
  • Transmission Manual / Automatic
  • Drive Type FWD
  • Mileage 18.31 - 24.2 Kmpl
  • Fuel Type Petrol / Diesel
  • Airbags Driver, Passenger and Side Front
  • Safety Rating 4 star
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Hyundai Venue Variants and Price

Hyundai Venue base model price starts at Rs. 7.94 Lakh while the top model is priced at Rs. 13.48 Lakh. Venue diesel models price starts from Rs. 10.70 Lakh . Moreover the Venue automatic models in petrol starts at Rs. 11.85 Lakh onwards.
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Venue E
20.36 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
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Rs. 7.94 Lakh
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Hyundai Venue Latest Updates

Hyundai has launched the Venue Executive edition at Rs 9.99 lakh (ex-showroom). The Executive edition sits between the S and S(O) variants and is offered with a turbo-petrol engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission. In addition, it gets an 8-inch infotainment screen and 6 airbags as standard across the range.

Hyundai Venue Key Highlights

Features: Interior features of the Venue include an 8-inch touchscreen, air purifier, a four-way powered driver seat, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a sunroof, connected car technology, automatic air conditioning, push-button start/stop, wireless phone charging, and a cooled glovebox. Meanwhile, in the safety department, the Venue boasts an extensive list of features including certain advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) features, 6 airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, hill-hold assist, tyre pressure monitoring system, and electronic stability control.

Engine: The Venue is available in a total of three engine options. There are two petrol powertrains: a 83PS 1.2-litre petrol and a 120PS 1.0-litre turbo-petrol. The diesel is a 1.5-litre unit which produces 116PS/250Nm. All three engines are available with a manual transmission, while an optional seven-speed DCT and a six-speed iMT are offered with the turbo-petrol units. In terms of size, the Venue measures 3995mm long, 1770mm wide, 1605mm tall and has a 2500mm long wheelbase.

Rivals: The Hyundai Venue takes the fight to other sub-four meter SUVs like Nissan Magnite, Kia Sonet, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and Fronx, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300 and the Renault Kiger.

Variants: Hyundai Venue is available in E, S, S+/S(O), SX, and SX(O) trim options. ADAS is offered in SX(O) variant.

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Hyundai Venue Pros and Cons

Venue Advantages

Attractive exterior, quality interior, comfortable four-seater, strong engine options

Venue Disadvantages

Some wow features missing, sound insulation could be better, no diesel automatic

Venue Expert's Conclusion

Venue’s strong points like the attractive exterior, easy to drive nature, strong engines and the comfortable seating makes it a great overall package.

Hyundai Venue Expert Review

It felt like we already knew what the Hyundai Venue facelift is going to be all about, thanks to loads of leaked images and teasers surfacing on the internet. One thing was very clear, where the old Venue was a bit bland and a safe buy, with the new one Hyundai is trying to spice things up. So has Hyundai succeeded in doing just that? We spent a day driving the Venue facelift in search of nine key answers. 


The most polarising change on the outside is the front design. When we first saw the images of the Venue facelift the grille seemed too shiny but in person it is anything but that. Hyundai has not used shiny but dark chrome finish for the grille because of which it doesn't look too loud and in fact it now gives the Venue a lot more presence than the old car. 

Apart from the grille, other changes include a sporty new bumper, split design for the turn lights and the headlights now come with LED projectors instead of halogen on the old car.  

At the rear things get a bit interesting. At the rear the Venue now looks a lot more modern and attractive thanks to the new tail lamps that connect via the LED strip that runs across the boot lid. Overall, from the rear, the new Venue now gets a sense of sophistication that the old car never had.

In profile it remains almost identical, except you get redesigned 16-inch alloys which look a lot sportier. You can choose from six colour options, but our pick, especially if you want a sporty looking Venue, would be the red colour. Additionally, if you opt for the red colour in the top SX(O) variant, you can also go for a contrasting black roof, which adds a bit of jazz to the overall design. 


On the inside the Venue remains almost unchanged. You get the same dash layout that is simple yet classy, and the quality, too, is right up there with the very best in the segment. The cabin ambiance has changed slightly thanks to Hyundai using a lighter black and beige colour scheme instead of the old car’s all-black cabin. In terms of upholstery, you still don't get full leather seats, instead you get a mix of leather on the bolsters and fabric on the main seat. The seat itself is quite comfortable, as they offer good lateral support. Other than that, the driver's seat also gets power adjustment for recline and seat length, but unfortunately height adjustment is still manual. 

Rear seat experience has improved as well. The rear bench now provides you better underthigh support and you also get a two-step adjustable backrest which will be useful on long journeys. In terms of space you have more than enough headroom, knee room has improved slightly thanks to the scooped-out front seats, yet knee room is just about enough. Even now, it is not the most spacious car in its segment. In terms of rear seat convenience features, you get a central armrest with two cup holders and now it also comes with two type-c charging ports instead of just one 12-volt socket in the old car. However, what would have improved the overall rear seat experience even further is the addition of sunblinds which the Kia Sonet offers. 


When it comes to equipment, you get a brand new infotainment system. At eight inches, it is the same as before and seems smaller than some of the competition. What's new, though, is the screen is now high-res and the software experience is much slicker. The screen is crisp and very easy to use and now you can choose between 10 different languages. Even with the voice commands function, with the new system, you can also choose your preferred language. One more clever change that Hyundai has done is remove the dependence on the voice commands on network availability. This has the added benefit of quicker response times too.


Unfortunately the new infotainment system doesn’t come with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, so you have to carry your phone cable despite getting a wireless phone charger. In fact the lower variants get wireless phone mirroring but no wireless charger. Another new addition is the digital drivers display. It has a funky layout and in the centre you get vital info like tyre pressures and a comprehensive trip computer. Although the Venue’s features list is quite comprehensive, it could have got a bit more “wow” features. The missing features include ventilated seats, auto day and night IRVM, branded sound system and automatic wipers.


in terms of safety, with this being the top-end variant, you get six airbags, ESP, traction control and all the goods, but the good thing is right from the second variant you get things like ESP and traction control. Yes, unfortunately, the option for six airbags is limited only to the top-end sx option variant they should have offered at least four airbags in the low variance for sure 


The Hyundai Venue was always a practical car, and it still is. You get loads and loads of storage spaces, but one thing has improved: whereas in the old car one cup holder space used to be taken up by an air purifier, now the air purifier is neatly integrated under the front armrest, which means you now get two cupholders up front 

Boot space remains unchanged. At 350 litres it is not the biggest in the segment. But the loading bay is deep which makes packing even large items easy. You also get 60:40 split folding rear seats for added practicality.

Drive Experience

With the new Venue you get the same engine options, two petrol and one diesel. Transmission options too remain the same as before but Hyundai has made some upgrades to the DCT transmission and it shows as soon as you start driving. The gearbox now feels a lot smoother than the old one, especially in stop-go traffic, and the shifts feel quicker as well, which makes daily commutes a lot more polished. The engine also feels a little more refined than that in the old car, but otherwise the driving experience remains exactly the same. 


In terms of outright power the 1-litre turbo petrol won’t wow you, but it does effortlessly especially while cruising or if you want to execute a quick overtake. With the DCT gearbox you also get drive modes. These drive modes alter the way the gearbox behaves instead of changing engine maps. In our experience, all three drive modes are usable in most driving situations. In eco mode the gearbox holds on to a higher gear even when you go hard on the throttle, while in Normal or in Sport mode it becomes a lot more alert. 

Ride Quality

Suspension setup remains the same on the new Venue as a result ride comfort is very similar to the old car. You get the same ride which is neither too soft nor too stiff and overall it gives you a comfortable ride be it in the city or while driving on the highway. The suspension works silently which makes the Venue feel plush even over broken road surfaces. What could have improved however, is sound insulation. You get road, tyre and wind noise inside the Venue’s cabin. 

Fun Quotient

It is the same as before? You get the same amount of power, the gearbox has improved, so yes; a bit of fun quotient has improved, but in terms of handling it is not exactly a sporty car. It does go through corners with confidence so yes, you can have a bit of fun with the Venue. 


In some regards we were expecting a bit more from the Venue facelift. We wish it had a bit more “wow” features. Besides, the overall driving experience remains identical to the old car especially when it comes to ride, handling or even sound insulation. All things considered,  just like before, the new Venue remains a safe choice in its segment.

On the other hand, the improvements that Hyundai has done in terms of features and especially the exterior design has made it a lot more desirable than the old car. Then there are its other strong points like easy-to-drive nature, strong engines, and the comfortable seating still makes it a better overall package. 

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My first and best car its comfortable while driving mileage in petrol 10 in city and 15 to 18 in highway

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Yes iam drive a hyundai vanue but isse is 3 cylender petrol engine some low power produce,

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1482 - 1497 CC 1197 - 1498 CC 998 - 1493 CC 1197 CC 1199 - 1497 CC 998 - 1197 CC 998 - 1197 CC 1199 CC
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Diesel / Petrol
Petrol / Diesel Petrol / Diesel Diesel / Petrol CNG / Petrol Diesel / Petrol Petrol / CNG Petrol / CNG Petrol / CNG
Manual / Automatic
Automatic / Manual Automatic / Manual Manual / Automatic Manual / Automatic Automatic / Manual Manual / Automatic Manual / Automatic Automatic / Manual
18.31 - 24.2 Kmpl
17.4 - 21.8 Kmpl 17.96 - 20.1 Kmpl - 19.2 Kmpl - 27.1 Km/Kg 17.01 - 24.08 Kmpl 20.01 Kmpl - 28.51 Km/Kg 20 Kmpl - 28.5 Km/Kg 18.8 Kmpl - 26.99 Km/Kg
113.18bhp@6300rpm 115.05bhp@3750rpm 118bhp@6000rpm 81.8bhp@6000rpm 113.31bhp@3750rpm 88.50bhp@6000rpm 88.5bhp@6000rpm 86.63bhp@6000rpm
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Hyundai Venue Colours

Hyundai Venue car is available in 6 exciting colours options like Fiery Red, Fiery Red With Abyss Black, Titan Grey, Abyss Black, Typhoon Silver and Atlas White.
  • Fiery Red
  • Fiery Red With Abyss Black
  • Titan Grey
  • Abyss Black
  • Typhoon Silver
  • Atlas White

Hyundai Venue Mileage

The mileage of Hyundai Venue starts from 18.31 Kmpl to 24.2 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Venue Petrol Manual is 24.2 Kmpl and for the Venue Diesel Manual is 24.2 Kmpl. In Automatic the claimed ARAI mileage of Venue Petrol is 18.31 Kmpl.

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Questions & Answers on Venue

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Q. Does Hyundai venue manual has the option to switch on AC remotely?
  • Yes
Q. What is the mileage of the Hyundai Venue?
  • The Manual Diesel variant has a mileage of 18.0 kmpl. The Manual Petrol variant has a mileage of 16.0 kmpl. The Automatic Petrol variant has a mileage of 16.0 kmpl.
  • Manual petrol 18kmpl on highway and 13kmpl in the city
Q. Which is better, Brezza or Venue?
  • Both cars are good in their own forte. The Maruti Suzuki Brezza maintenance the strong fundamentals of space, practicality, and comfort but now gets a stronger tech package, more safety features, and a better automatic transmission. But, it should’ve offered superior interior quality and more exciting drive options. On the other hand, the Venue is a simple and sensible small SUV that has the features and space to pamper a small family. It remains a safe pick in the segment and with its revised looks, will attract more attention as well. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
  • Breeza Is Much Better Than Venue, In terms of Engine, manoeuvring Mileage as well. 1.5 Liter Machine Never Upset you on city and Highway. with the decent economy. Venue Is good in Terms of Build Quality, when You Just Open the door You Feel the difference. But 1.2 liter engine is Not Synch with Body Shape and weight.
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Q. What is the engine specification of the Hyundai Venue?
  • The Hyundai Venue gets two petrol engines and one diesel engine option. The petrol units are an 83PS 1.2-litre petrol and a 120PS 1.2-liter turbo-petrol, while the 1.5-liter diesel unit has been updated for the MY23 model and produces 116PS/250Nm. All three engines are available with a manual transmission. An optional 7-speed DCT and a 6-speed iMT are offered with turbo-petrol units. In terms of size, the Venue measures 3995mm long, 1770mm wide, and 1605mm tall and has a 2500mm long wheelbase.
Q. Does Hyundai Venue feature cruise control?
  • Yes, Hyundai Venue features cruise control in all the SX, SX Opt, and SX Opt Turbo variants.
  • SX PETROL MANUAL transmission doesn’t have cruise control
  • Foes creata have hybrid version?
Q. What is the fuel type of Hyundai Venue?
  • The fuel type of Hyundai Venue is diesel/petrol.
  • Petrol and Diesel

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Hyundai Venue FAQs

What is the price of top model of Hyundai Venue?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Hyundai Venue is 13.48 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the EMI of Hyundai Venue in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Hyundai Venue in Delhi is Rs. 15,361 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Hyundai Venue?

The top 3 competitors of Hyundai Venue are Hyundai Creta, Mahindra XUV 3XO and Kia Sonet.

What is the boot space in Hyundai Venue?

The boot space in Hyundai Venue is 350 L.

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