Hyundai Venue is a 5 seater SUV car available at a price range of Rs. 6.99 Lakh to 11.85 Lakh in India. It is available in 18 variants and 7 colours. Hyundai Venue comes with BS6 compliant petrol and diesel engine options. The Venue has a boot space of 350 litres. The petrol engine of Venue is a 1197cc unit and 999cc unit which generates a power of 81.86bhp and a torque of 113.76nm. The 1493cc diesel engine of Venue puts out 81.86bhp of power and 113.76nm of torque. The Venue is available in 2 transmission options: manual and automatic. The mileage of Venue ranges from 18.27 Kmpl on petrol to 23.7 Kmpl on diesel.
Hyundai Venue Summary
|Petrol Turbo||Diesel Turbo||Petrol|
|998 cc & 999 cc||1493 cc & 1498 cc||1197 cc|
|17.52 - 18 Kmpl||23.7 Kmpl||17.52 Kmpl|
|Automatic & Manual||Manual||Manual|
Bootspace 350 Liters
Hyundai Venue Latest Updates
Hyundai India has reorganised the Venue’s variant lineup. The manufacturer has introduced two trims -- S (O) and SX (O) Executive -- and discontinued six variants. The Korean carmaker has also hiked the prices of select variants by up to Rs 3,000.
The sub-4 metre SUV is now priced from Rs 6.92 lakh to Rs 11.78 lakh (ex-showroom). Its alternatives are the Nissan Magnite, Kia Sonet, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Toyota Urban Cruiser, Honda WR-V, Ford EcoSport, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300, and the Renault Kiger.
Hyundai Venue Price
Hyundai Venue Variants
The Hyundai Venue is available in eight broad variants: E, S, S+, S (O), SX, SX (O) Executive, SX+, and SX (O).
The SUV comes in six colour options: Titan Grey, Typhoon Silver, Polar White, Fiery Red, Denim Blue, and Deep Forest. The Polar White shade is also available in dual tone, specced with a black roof.
Hyundai Venue Competitors
Hyundai Venue Price List (Variants)
- Petrol (12 Variants)
- Diesel (6 Variants)
- Manual (15 Variants)
- Automatic (3 Variants)
17.52 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
|Rs. 6.99 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price||View September Offers|
17.52 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
|Rs. 7.77 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price||View September Offers|
Venue S Plus
17.52 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
|Rs. 8.64 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price||View September Offers|
Venue S Turbo iMT
17.52 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
|Rs. 9.10 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price||View September Offers|
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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.
Venue Detailed Review
If the sales figures of July are anything to go by, Hyundai have managed to crack the small SUV code. And in July, the Maruti Brezza’s undefeated sales record finally tumbled afters years of dominance. So have 25,397 (total Venue sales) customers made the right decision? After road testing both the diesel and petrol (both manual and auto as well) versions we can tell you with complete certainty whether or not you should follow the crowd.
A good start
In designing the Venue Hyundai seems to have taken a balanced approach. So it does feature the rather traditional SUV shape with a flat bonnet and boxy lines but with nice rounded edges that give it an almost friendly appearance. And while the shape is conventional the new DRL over headlight setup adds a very nice wow factor to the design as well. The rear is also fairly conventional but the crystalline effect in the taillights and the shape and placement of the rear fog lamps and their square shape add just enough to keep things interesting.
Though the Venue is shorter that 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 similarly 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 centrestage. And the touchscreen does everything to deserve the spotlight. There are also wow features like a wireless charger and air purifier.
Coming back to the touchscreen, the interface is simple and easy to use, with minimal layers to go through to change anything, and it’s quick and snappy too. There’s even a nice set of shortcut buttons to get to often used functions. The only complaint could be that the resolution is not the best out there.
Below this lies the three dials for the climate control -- at least it looks like three dials. But it’s actually two dials on either side of a display. The dial on the right controls the blower and the one on the right controls the temperature, but these changes are displayed on the screen in the middle. The complaint we have is that this display is shaped like a dial and we kept turning this instead of the dials on the side when we wanted to adjust the temperature, and it does take some getting used to before we got the hang of it.
There’s reasonable storage options in the front and the Venue does carry 1-ltr bottles in all four doors but we do wish there could have been a few more storage options on the top end car. This is because the wireless charger means the front storage space is reserved for your phone and the air purifier eats up one of the cup holders.
Safety wise, the top end variants cover all the bases with 6 airbags, ESC, Vehicle Stability Management, Hill Assist, ABS with EBD.
A lot of the hype around the launch of the Venue was the new BlueLink connected tech that it debuted. This is quite a comprehensive SIM-based connected tech package that allows you to stay connected with the car through an app on your phone. This features geo-fencing, speed alerts, idle alerts and also keeps a record of trip data. It also allows some remote control functions like locking and unlocking the doors, starting the engine (only in the DTC equipped car) and also shows you the real time location and status of the door locks and if the engine is on or off.
The door unlock feature was put to the test when our photographer was out on shoot in a different city and we needed some equipment that was left in the car in Pune. The remote door unlock feature allowed our photographer to unlock the car in Pune remotely and then once we had retrieved said equipment, he could lock the car again. The engine start feature can also be used to run the AC to cool down the car on a hot day before you start a trip. Something that we plan to put to the test when the hot weather returns.
There’s also direct access to road side assistance which sends a call to a call centre directly through the car’s system and allows you to report an emergency, request emergency assistance or even something trivial like finding the nearest rest stop, fuel station or even the closest Italian restaurant.
Performance with options
Hyundai have given Venue buyers the option of three engines - two petrols and one diesel. The 1.2-litre petrol and the 1.4 litre diesel are quite familiar and we’ve seen them in cars like the Elite i20 and the Grand i10 in the past. The 1.0 litre turbo petrol is new though and comes with the option of both a 6-speed manual as well as a 7-speed. We’ve managed to drive both the new turbo petrol and diesel engines extensively and here’s what we found.
The diesel is the very friendly and familiar engine that’s a brilliant townie. Its power delivery is quite gentle but smooth and allows for effortless progress. The 6-speed manual gearbox has short throws and shifts are precise and reasonably smooth. Out on the highway it’s similarly relaxed, with the engine just ticking over at a leisurely 1900rpm at 100kmph. Power output is 90PS@4000rpm and 220Nm1500-2750rpm. In our tests it managed the 0-100 sprint in 12.49s and in our efficiency tests it returned 18.95kmpl in the city and 19.91kmpl on the highway run.
While the engine stays nice and calm in most situations, when you do step on the throttle the 1.4-litre wakes up quite nicely and likes to rev in an almost petrol-like fashion. If you’re in the mood for some spirited driving it’s more than happy to comply.
The 1.0-litre petrol is a different beast that’s refined and surprisingly linear for a turbo. There’s plenty of torque for driving around in the city, unlike Hyundai’s other NA petrols. Just make sure you keep the motor spinning above 2000rpm. That’s where the meat of the 172Nm of torque starts to really kick in. Power is an impressive 120PS@6000rpm and post the turbo kicking in, it spins up towards the 7000rpm redline in a very linear fashion. The 6-speed manual is slick shifting too and the reasonably wide ratios mean that you can happily sit in 3rd gear in the city.
A new 7-speed dual clutch automatic is the only automatic option for the Venue and it’s only available with the 1.0-litre petrol. This engine-transmission combination is very city-friendly. Shifts are smooth and are tuned for efficiency so it upshifts as early as possible. In the city you will also find that the gearbox tends to keep the revs between 1500-2000rpm and this means that when you step on the throttle to close a gap in traffic or while pulling away from a speed breaker, you will find that the engine isn’t as eager to respond. For the most part the shifts themselves aren’t felt when driving calmly but if you do rush the gearbox, the shifts aren’t quite as quick as say the Polo TSI dual clutch gearbox. On the highway it’s super smooth, shifting up early and keeping cruising effortless and efficient as well.
In our performance tests the petrol automatic managed the sprint to 100kmph in 11.24s as compared to 10.99s with the manual transmission. In our efficiency tests the automatic managed 10.25kmpl in the city and 16.72kmpl out on the highway while the manual-equipped car managed 12.43kmpl in the city and 18.84kmpl on the highway run. UPDATE: Since this review Hyundai has discontinued the 1.4-litre diesel engine and added in the 1.5-litre diesel from the Seltos.
Ride and handling
Ride quality wasn’t one of Hyundai’s strong points after being rather soft with the earlier generations of the i20 and the Verna. The current cars have changed that and some will argue that Hyundai have over compensated a bit and they have firmed up their ride a little too much. The Venue dials things back again and is a much nicer balance between handling and comfort. In the city, over our regular roads and speed breakers you will have no complaints at all. It’s just over really broken roads that you will notice some side to side motion creeping into the cabin. On the highway it stays impressively flat and settled quickly over any bumps we could throw at it. Around corners the Venue also stays nice and flat and only really quick direction changes can induce roll into the cabin. The steering too is quite un-Hyundai like in that there is some weight to it, but it hasn’t lost any of its streetability. The weight helps when the pace increases though, and it’s relatively quick too. This all combines to make the Venue a nice, balanced drive that’s good when you’re confined to the city, and while it’s not the sportiest option when the road opens up it’s not boring either.
Hits and misses
There is plenty to like in the Venue that all combine together to make it a very balanced offering in the compact SUV segment.
1 - Peppy 1.0-litre petrol is great to drive, especially with the manual gearbox.
2 - Emergency services that come with the BlueLink package are a great safety addition.
3 - Top end petrol and diesel manual give you everything that you need in a car with creature comforts, safety and peppy performance.
But there are some misses too:
1 - The DCT automatic, which isn’t available in the top end variant, has some weird feature misses (like no rear windscreen wiper, only 2 airbags and rear folding armrest with cupholders) that are frankly quite shocking.
2 - No automatic diesel option.
With prices starting at Rs 6.5 lakh and heading up to Rs 11.1 lakh for the DCT Petrol, the Venue is competitive. When pitched against its rivals, the Venue sits below the higher priced Mahindra XUV300 and the Ford EcoSport, at par with the Tata Nexon and just above the Maruti Brezza.
Balance is the one word that comes to mind when you think of the Venue. It manages to cover a number of bases without real deal breakers. Yes, it’s neither as sporty-handling as say the EcoSport is, nor does it pack as much punch as the XUV300 does, but it’s not far from them both in terms of measured performance or driving feel. It packs in a lot in terms of sensible features while throwing in some extra ‘wow’ ones as well. There are some weird feature compromises in the DCT petrol and some of the lower variants, but if your budget allows you to aim for the SX Opt petrol or diesel, you will be more than happy to run with the crowd. UPDATE: Since this review Hyundai has discontinued the 1.4-litre diesel engine and added in the 1.5-litre diesel from the Seltos.
Venue User Reviews
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Features & Styling4.4/5
Preferred For : Family & Daily Commute
51% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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mileage is bad and maintenance is very high . service not good and it may be a good in feature According to his price.
Good compact suv with good stability on driving, Braking is good and gives confidence while driving
Not good for long drive or even not good for people having salary less than 1 l.Have purchased but planning to sale and but maruti car in which mileage will be good.
Good car but could've been better in terms of size. And also some features are missing like good infotainment system front bonnet is not visible.
Good car but could've been better in terms of size. And also some features are missing like good infotainment system front bonnet is not visible.
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
Value for money with excellent performance. Highway mileage is very negotiable, you can extract 18-20 kmpl on highways at speed of 80-100 kmph in 6th gear.Even while throttling it hard at 140 kmph you get mileage of about 14-15 kmpl.City mileage depends on traffic conditions and getting 13-15 kmpl is not a big deal.Drivability is another plus factor with this car, it gives you a good driving experience. (I have driven it for about 5400 km in just 2 months which includes 2 trips from Aligarh to Sonbhadra in UP)P.S - highway mileage calculated thrice on 320 km long Lko-Agra expressway, also regularly cross checked on NH 34 from Aligarh to Khurja.
Venue is one of my hard searched and engineered car after long list. Driven 7k kms, v good mileage, no maintenance car, good safety and family car. Natural engine at its best. Did top speed 140kms. However, 110kms is v comfortable. The heavy metal body and steering feels safe. Majorly, Brake Assist is doing excellent job to make the car stand still for panic braking in the traffic. I did tried and it is working excellent on safety aspect. Remember to wear seat belts must for driver and front passenger. Kudos! Check my reviews in Car Wale. Thanks :-)
zigwheels brought me the first intimation of venue s+ variant launched..otherwise i was planned to purchase the s variant of venue and booked the vehicle on July 8 2020, decided to make fitments aftermarket, zigwheels in time notified the introduction of venue s+ variant in which all the equipments came factory fitted on a low price of after market and in which automatic head lamps, height adjustable seats, drvm etc is not possible in aftermarket. thank you cardekho team for such a timely response loved it
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
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Hyundai Venue Mileage
|Fuel Type||Transmission||ARAI Claimed||User Reported
This is the real mileage given by maximum number of Venue owners
|Diesel||Manual||23.7 Kmpl||20 Kmpl|
|Petrol||Automatic||18.15 Kmpl||12 Kmpl|
|Petrol||Manual||18.27 Kmpl||18 Kmpl|
- Polar White
- Polar White Dual Tone
- Titan Grey
- Typhoon Silver
- Deep Forest
- Fiery Red
- Denim Blue
Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Venue
- For the availability and purchase, we would suggest you please connect with the nearest authorized dealership in your city as it depends on their stock book. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
- If you are looking for a powerful engine with a manual feel in ease of automatic engine then you may go for Venue iMT. 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. On the other hand, if you want a car with good built quality and with a decent engine then you may go for the Tata Nexon XMA variant. 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.
- All the five cars are good in their own forte. The Sonet is ticking all the right boxes otherwise. It’s delivering on the wow factor with pukka mini-SUV looks, quality interiors, and a feature list that’d make you question paying a premium for larger SUVs. Hyundai has got the basics spot on with the Venue. It’s spacious enough for the urban family, it has a large boot, and it’s offering the right blend of features and quality. Kiger is a car that offers a great mix of utility, practicality, features, and comfort. The 2020 Vitara Brezza has its basics in place. A smooth petrol engine, a spacious cabin, and very comfortable ride quality. Whereas, The XUV300's value, practicality, and SUV quotient aren't its main attractions. It's indulgent packaging, sense of solidity, and fun to drive nature are and will impress you. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership..Read more -Kia Sonet Driven: More Than Just A Great Brochure?..-Hyundai Venue iMT: First Drive Review..-2021 Renault Kiger Review: Power of 10!..-2020 Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza: First Drive Review..-Mahindra XUV300 Petrol Automatic First Drive: Fitness For Purpose.
- As regarding features I would say the Tata Nexon is superior because both have more or less similar features- the important ones. However Nexon has the most important features of space, ground clearance and bigger tyres even in lower variants which enhances the SUV look. As regards the engine the turbo engine in both have their pluses. As regards the automatic the Hyundai has a slight edge. Overall I feel the Nexon has an edge
- If you only need car then go for nexon ,but the venue is even supirior then nexon that's for sure interior cabin premium ,even service and responce from Hyundai team is also better than tata, one more thing nexon scored 5 star safety but venue score 4 but both are safer and venue's performance is simply amazing than nexoncongratulations for your new car
- Nexon 2020 absolutely fantastic.. Just sit on back side and feel the GREAT Comfort, You are not sitting on ordinary seats.. they are like SOFA.. What a comfort Nexon is providing.. Thai Support no one providing in Sub SUV. Venue Sonet are poor in comfort and space.. So Safty+Comfort+Features= Nexon is perfect. Go for XZ+ superb
- DCT has heating problem under extreme traffic conditions.. amt is not smooth...when it comes to comfort nexon is better but when we look at reliability, quality of service , venue may be bit better
- I am also in the same question but not getting the point to point answer. what is the service maintenance for DCT & AMT ?
- TATA nexon Top end model will be better for you bit in petrol version performance and reliability and Safety of Nexon is better than Venue
- Mayank i have bought A Kia Seltos gtx plus dct which is the top variant despite reading the issues elsewhere . After costing 20lakhs of my hard earned money,it's just a horrible experience. As my car is mainly driven by driver and sometimes by me,we specifically asked the sales person about rules of driving. But they didn't have the simplest idea about that.from the first day of delivery it showed jerking, vibration,sudden stopping..When climbing steep climb like from my basement garage it's tends to roll back. On the way of 1st servicing it got repeated warnings of getting high transmission temperature and stopped multiple times. Now it's in kia service centre for 14days and they said they have to change the ECU. now I am reading all over in the Internet that I should use the break fully,should have to go to neutral in all traffic jam ,should have never use brake and accelerator simultaneously,should never lower the speed of the car less than 10km in bumper to bumper traffic and even after following all the rules your gears can have problems. If you ever think of buying an automatic please don't go for dry DCT like kia,u can go for conventional torque converter automatic or even CVT. I AM UTTERLY FRUSTATED with my experience
- I am a happy customer of Hyundai Creta 1.4 Petrol DCT. Been using the car for 4 months and around 5K KMs down (including a 1200 Kms interstate trip), it hasn't given me any kind of trouble yet, not even once I had the heating problem. I think it's all about how you drive this machine around, I started my driving with automatic cars, and maybe the migration to DCT has been smooth and I am already driving the car the way it is supposed to be driven around. I have driven the car in all sorts of modes including the power-packed SPORTS mode and it just behaves normally without issues. And I am from Bangalore and the bumper to bumper is always the case here, it runs pretty smooth. I am not sure how it will respond to a person switching from years of manual use to a DCT but overall if you drive the car per what DCT demands you are rewarded with hassle-free driving. For e.g. if you stop the car for a longer duration on drive mode with breaks technically what happens is your motor is still running and you are putting a lot of resistance on the rotation by applying breaks, if this is done for a longer period of course it's gonna heat up!!! Not an engineer, but I think that's the case.
- I have researched for Kia Seltos as I have pre-booked it's DCT top variant. It is a dry clutch system and there has been a case of the DCT seltos buyer which has shown screenshot of transmission overheat in bumper to bumper traffic. Well to be frank DCT's are like advanced automatics and much more efficient but everything has it's own pros and cons and here DCT's con is heating issue only. It is how you drive a DCT. Talking about Hyundai Venue DCT it is clearly mentioned in it's owner manual so as to what precautions to take while driving DCT variant either on hills or in bumper to bumper traffic. But I read Kia Seltos owner manual which doesn't even tell what DCT type is there. For buyers like me out there, I will be test driving diesel AT top end GT line variant too as prices for both Petrol and Diesel are same for top end.
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Hyundai Venue Service Cost
|1.0 Petrol (5 years)||Rs. 14,186|
|Petrol (5 years)||Rs. 13,920|
|Diesel (5 years)||Rs. 18,651|
Hyundai Venue News Updates
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What is the price of Hyundai Venue Top Variant?
The ex-showroom price of top variant of Hyundai Venue is 11.85 Lakh (Delhi).
What is the EMI of Hyundai Venue in Delhi?
The EMI for the base variant of Hyundai Venue in Delhi is Rs. 13,526 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.
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What is the boot space in Hyundai Venue?
The boot space in Hyundai Venue is 350 L. View full specification of Venue