Hyundai Venue is a 5 seater SUV car launched at a base price of Rs. 6.55 lakh in May 2019 by Hyundai in India. Venue is available in both petrol and diesel . Venue petrol is powered by 1197cc and 998cc engine claiming mileage of 18.27kmpl and Venue diesel is powered by 1396cc engine claiming mileage of 23.7kmpl. Venue also comes with automatic transmission. Hyundai Venue has a wheel size of 15 inch. It is available in 13 variants and 10 colours.
Hyundai Venue Latest Updates
The Venue is currently the best-selling SUV in India amassing over 75,000 bookings in just 4 months since its launch. Hyundai has also launched the made-in-India Venue in South Africa at R 309,000 (Rs 15.18 lakh). In other news, the Venue sold in Australia has scored 4 out of 5 stars in the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) crash test.
The Venue comes in five variants and three engine options. You can choose between a 1.0-litre 3-cylinder turbo-petrol (120PS/172Nm), a 1.2-litre petrol (83PS/115Nm), and a 1.4-litre diesel unit (90PS/220Nm). The SUV is priced between Rs 6.5 lakh and Rs 11.11 lakh (ex-showroom India). Its rivals the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon, Ford EcoSport, and Mahindra XUV300.
Specifications Summary of Hyundai Venue
|Engine :||998 cc|
|Mileage :||17 Kmpl to 23 Kmpl|
|Fuel Type :||diesel / petrol|
|Transmission :||manual / automatic|
|Seating Capacity :||5|
Hyundai Venue Price
Hyundai Venue prices start at Rs. 6.55 lakh for petrol and goes upto Rs. 11.16 lakh. The prices of Venue diesel variants start at Rs. 7.80 lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 10.89 lakh.
- Petrol (8 Variants)
- Diesel (5 Variants)
Hyundai Venue Variants Price List
Editor's View of Hyundai Venue
Attractive pricing (introductory), Youthful exterior design, Easy ingress/egress, Spot-on ergonomics, First-in-segment e-SIM tech, Peppy and smooth 3-cylinder petrol, Comfort-oriented suspension setup,
Does not have brawny SUV-ish design characteristics, Lighter interior colours not available as standard, Strictly a 4-seater, Weird variant lineup (SX+ DCT does not get rear wiper!), Brake pedal feel could be better
The Venue is a perfect balance of size, features and machinery in its segment. It might not wow you in any particular manner, but it feels just right.
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Venue
- The Hyundai Venue gets 1.2-litre petrol which churns 83PS of power and 115Nm of peak power, a 1.0-litre turbo-petrol which produces 120PS of power and 172Nm of torque and 1.4-litre diesel which produces 90PS of power and 220Nm of enormous torque. The 90PS produced by the 1.4-litre diesel engine is more than enough for a sub 4 metre SUV.
- 90 BHP is less for a Sub 4 metre Compact SUV.You will feel underpowered when 5 passengers are in it.Also wen u r driving in hills.Go For Tata Nexon, it's 110 BHP, a more powerful and 5 Star Safe car
- It's good to take test drive and check
- The Hyundai Venue being a compact SUV offers good power and cabin space over the premium hatchback, Baleno. If you are looking for a car with power and good ground clearance for all type of terrains, you may go for Hyundai Venue. On the other hand, if you want a car with good comfort, better maneuverability, and handling, you may go for the Maruti Baleno. For further between features and specs, you can click on the following link: https://www.zigwheels.com/compare-cars/hyundai-venue-vs-maruti-suzuki-baleno
- If you are looking for a subcompact suv with futuristic feature like bluelink and Dct which are some of the advanced features then go for venue . But if you need a car that offers roomy cabin and good avg then baleno . My personal opinion is to go for baleno if you want 1.2 litre petrol but if want an automatic then go for venue . In automatic venue is simply superb
- Baleno.Baleno is far more spacious & comfortable then venue, same output on 1.2 engine of both.Venue is just high on tech, but overall baleno is better, on price point you can look for glanza smart hybrid version aswell that is cheaper than baleno smart hybrid model
- This whole talk about transition from BS4 to BS6 and the sudden depreciation of car price is totally misplaced. Even today people are driving BS1 cars (remember the good old Maruti 800) you will still spot them on road. Did it lead to its value getting eroded?First of all the most important change is going to be in the fuel quality, particularly diesel. BS6 compliant diesel will have very less sulphur content. This could be a problem for BS4 diesel cars which will have to use either bs4 diesel or use BS6 DIESEL with additive for lubrication of engine.There isn't much difference between BS4 and BS6 petrol quality.Yes compliance to BS6 norms becomes very expensive for small sized diesel engines making them impractical value wise. So most of the companies would stop manufacturing diesel cars with less than 2000 cc.So if you want to buy a small diesel car then now is the time. And you'll get good discounts. If you want to buy a petrol car it is immaterial if you buy now or later. Buy later you may not get discounts and as such BS6 petrol engines will be costlier than BS4 ENGINES.Only saving grace could be if the govt. reduces GST on BS6 cars. Old cars will continue to trade in second hand markets without any restrictions.
- Hyundai Venue is a good option if you are looking for a compact-SUV with macho looks, a handful of feature and top quality interiors at a very competitive price. Hyundai offers the Venue with multiple powertrains, rich features and top-notch safety features. As for the maintenance, as happened in the past when BS-III engines were updated to the BS-IV standards, there were no such issues with the maintenance of the BS-III cars. Also, the depreciation is charged as per the wear & tear of the car, insurance claimed and the physical condition of the car. Read more: Hyundai Venue Review: First Drive
- I'm planning to buy Brezza, after reading this I'm in a dilemma.Should I buy venue petrol over brezza considering both car is of same price?Will brezza cost me more in terms of maintenance in long run? Kindly clarify
- Both Tata Nexon and Hyundai Venue are one of the best and demanding cars in SUV segment. Tata Nexon proves to be a good option when comes to the safety and performance factor and Hyundai Venue is good if the concern is of features and reliability. Moreover, we'd suggest taking the test drive of the options so that you can understand the difference and decide the best option to buy. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Car Showrooms
- Definitely Tata Nexon is much better than Venue as of engine performance, space, comfort, driving, safest car in Infia , best build quality, best car in segment, Best value for money car. Go with Tata Nexon. Tata is doing great job now.
- Some time back news surfaced that Hyundai will sell its bs4 engines till march 2020 if that is said to be true then april 2020 is the earliest you can get your hands on a bs6 venue. mostly saltos will play tue donor for bs6 engines
- As of now, there is no official update from the brand's end. Stay tuned for further updates.
- Before april2020 it will launch
- S varient agar features ka jyada requirement nahi hai to, otherwise SX me mostly saare features with sunroof ajate hain.
- S variant petrol manual version -- it has the same bhp / engine of an i20 --- i20 is a smaller car than the venue
- Venue sx turbo petrol is best variant which offers the best value for the money it comes for.
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Hyundai Venue User Reviews
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Features & Styling4.4/5
Preferred For : Family
56% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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Purchased this car in July 2019 i.e. the DCT automatic 1.0 turbo petrol S model Review after 6 month use A. Hyundai india and modi hyundai never informed the consumers that DCT will overheat in bumper to bumper taffic during the pre sales and sales cycle B. Overheating is mentioned in the car owner manual which during sales cycle no one shows to the potential customer C. If you reverse and drive the car a couple of times during parking the temp will go up D. The car overheats in bumper to bumper traffic and you will have to stop the carE. If you have to drive, then you will keep switching between neutral and drive mode whenever you stop this defeating the purpose of buying an automatic F. Lost complete faith and kick my self in buying a hyundai car DO NOT BUY THE HYUNDAI VENUE DCT VERSION IF YOU HAVE TRAFFIC IN YOUR AREA
The car is amazing in all aspect except one that its DCT transmission has got overheating issues when driven in extreme traffic conditions.Secondly there is no proper customer care support as they say that driving the car in extreme traffic conditions is considered as harsh driving and one must avoid it.I wonder how Hyundai can be so casual in addressing the customers concern.My advice would be stay away from DCT as this does not seem to be made for Indian traffic conditions
I bought this car in june and since then it's performance was awesome until the car got fully packed and there1was constant noise from the back seat of the car every time i passed through a pothole. Is this issue with others also? I am keeping psi at 37 in all tyres. Thanks.
Don't buy this car. At lease don't prefer the turbo engine.
Hyundai Venue DCT has got DCT transmission overheating problem in b2b traffic conditions to which company is turning a complete deaf ear saying that this is the product’s limitation.
Smooth and Excellent drive quality.
great performance and great ride quality. great features and great styling. rear leg room could have been a little more. fuel efficiency is pretty avg to poor.
Compact Urban SUV of Mid segment loaded with all futuristic features at a very affordable price.
DCT not good for heavy traffic.
Low pickup, and shockers leakage issue.
Hyundai Venue Expert Reviews
Hyundai Venue vs Renault Duster: Petrol Automatic Comparison Review
Divided by size, united by price. Which small petrol SUV should you put your money on?Nov 16, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
2019 Hyundai Venue: Road Test Review
We’ve now driven both the petrol and diesel and manual and auto transmission variants of the Hyundai Venue. So which one is our favourite and which makes the most sense?Aug 19, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Venue vs XUV300 vs EcoSport: Diesel SUV Comparison Review
Much like the EcoSport & XUV300, the Venue’s packaging punches above its weight. So, does new equal best or are there reasons to choose the others still?Jul 12, 2019 | By Tushar Kamath
Hyundai Venue Review: First Drive
Hyundai is the last to enter the crowded small SUV segment. Will it also have the last laugh?May 30, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Hyundai Venue Colours
Lava Orange Dual Tone
Polar White Dual Tone
Denim Blue Dual Tone
Denim Blue Metallic
Hyundai Venue Highlights
The Venue is available with three engine options. Diesel lovers have the smooth and refined 1.4-litre from the Elite i20 with 90PS of power and 220Nm of torque. It comes mated to a 6-speed manual. The less expensive petrol option is the 1.2-litre engine which produces 83PS and 115Nm and comes with a 5-speed manual as standard. The range-topping petrol, however, is the all-new 1.0-litre turbo-petrol Kappa T-GDI petrol motor that churns out 120PS of power and 172Nm of torque. It comes paired with a first-in-class 7-speed dual-clutch transmission (DCT).
The Venue is available in a total of 6 variants with petrol engines and in 5 variant with the diesel engine. 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. 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).
Venue Exterior and Interior
Though the Venue is shorter than the competition measurement-wise, it does make up for this lack in height with great road presence. The only real downside to its appearance is the familiarity that its popularity will inevitably bring.
The design on the inside is a nice balance between contemporary and modern with a touch of minimalism added in to keep things looking clean. The trim is an all-black affair with the only relief coming in the form of an off-white headliner. The beauty of the dash layout lies in its simplicity which also allows the 8-inch touchscreen to take centre stage. And the touchscreen does everything to deserve the spotlight. There are also wow features like a wireless charger and air purifier. Plus, the multi-colour backlights in the controls help it feel premium.
Hyundai Venue Competitors
Ford EcoSport: The one that kicked off the segment in style. The EcoSport combines proper mini-SUV looks with sporty handling, top-shelf safety kit and a choice of three engines and two transmission options. There’s not much wrong with it, honestly.
Honda WR-V: There’s more to the WR-V than being a Jazz on steroids. While it retains the hatchback’s basics of space and functionality, it brings in the added advantage of high ground clearance. It also gets a sunroof. Doesn’t everyone want a sunroof in their lives?
Tata Nexon: Among the best vehicles to roll out of a Tata factory ever, the Nexon comes very close to acing the compact-SUV game. The funky styling, big 350-litre boot and some segment-firsts like an activity key make it a formidable force in the segment.
Maruti Vitara Brezza: Arguably the best package in the segment, the Vitara Brezza is built for India and has everything that the average buyer wants, and nothing less. The 1.3-litre diesel is now offered with an AMT as well. The 5-speed manual transmission and a rather stiff suspension setup work very well to give you a sporty drive. Not to mention, it delivers over 20kmpl in the city!
Mahindra XUV300: The one with the most features on offer, Mahindra has loaded the XUV300 to the gills with tech. It gets punchy engines, aggressive looks and a large and spacious cabin. But, the package just feels a bit old from the inside and the boot space is a bit of a letdown.
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Hyundai Venue Service Cost
|Petrol (5 years)||Rs. 12,784|
|Diesel (5 years)||Rs. 17,996|
Hyundai Venue News Updates
This Is How Safe The Hyundai Venue Is In Australia
Side and curtain airbags enabled the Venue to score full marks in the side impact testDec 20, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Made-In-India Hyundai Venue SUV Launched In South Africa At Rs 15.18 Lakh
Hyundai has started exporting the subcompact SUV from its Sriperumbudur plantDec 3, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Chasing Wild Cats: Great India Drive ft. Hyundai Venue: A Photologue
We drove across Gujarat and Rajasthan searching for India’s biggest cats. Here’s how the journey unfoldedNov 30, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
The Hyundai Venue Finds 75,000 Takers In Just 4 Months!
The compact SUV still remains the pick of the lot in IndiaOct 12, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Hyundai Venue Attracts 50,000 Bookings in Just 60 Days
The Korean car maker has delivered 18,000 units of the Venue since its launch on May 20Jul 30, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Hyundai Venue Crosses 33k Bookings; 1,000 Units Delivered
The latest sub-4 metre SUV from Hyundai managed to achieve this milestone within a month of its launchJun 22, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels