Is Hyundai Venue available in automatic transmission
A. Yes. Hyundai Venue available in automatic variants
Is Hyundai Venue available in petrol version
A. Yes. Hyundai Venue available in petrol engine option.
Is Hyundai Venue available in diesel version
A. Yes. Hyundai Venue available in diesel engine option.
What is the engine power of Hyundai Venue petrol version
A. The engine power of Hyundai Venue petrol version is 118.35bhp@6000rpm.
What is the engine power of Hyundai Venue diesel version
A. The engine power of Hyundai Venue diesel version is 98.6bhp@4000rpm.
What is torque of Hyundai Venue
A. The torque of Hyundai Venue is 240.26nm@1500-2750rpm.
How many cylinders does Hyundai Venue has
A. Hyundai Venue comes with 4 cylinders.
How many gears available in Hyundai Venue
A. There are 6-Speed gears available in Hyundai Venue.
Dimension & Space
What is the seating capacity of Hyundai Venue
A. The seating capacity of Hyundai Venue is 5.
What is the boot space of Hyundai Venue
A. The boot space of Hyundai Venue is 350 Liters.
What is the fuel tank capacity of Hyundai Venue
A. The fuel tank capacity of Hyundai Venue is 45 Liters.
Is Hyundai Venue a 5 seater or 7 seater
A. Hyundai Venue is a 5 seater Car.
What is the dimensions of Hyundai Venue
A. The exterior dimension (length*width*height) of Hyundai Venue is 3995*1770*1605 mm^3.
What is the length of Hyundai Venue
A. The length of Hyundai Venue is 3995 mm.
What is the width of Hyundai Venue
A. The width of Hyundai Venue is 1770 mm.
What is the wheel size of Hyundai Venue
A. The wheels size of Hyundai Venue is 15.
What is the tyre size of Hyundai Venue
A. The tyre size of Hyundai Venue is 195/65 R15.
Mileage & Performance
What is the mileage of Hyundai Venue
A. The mileage of Hyundai Venue ranges from 18.15 Kmpl to 23.7 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Venue Petrol Manual is 18.27 Kmpl and for the Venue Diesel Manual is 23.7 Kmpl. In automatic, the claimed ARAI mileage of Venue Petrol is 18.15 Kmpl
What is the mileage of Hyundai Venue Petrol Version
A. The mileage of Hyundai Venue Petrol is 18.27 Kmpl.
What is the mileage of Hyundai Venue Diesel Version
A. The mileage of Hyundai Venue Diesel is 23.7 Kmpl.
What type of airbags available in Hyundai Venue
A. There are Driver and Passenger airbags available in the top model of Hyundai Venue.
What are the colours available in Hyundai Venue
A. Hyundai Venue is available in 8 colours:
Polar White Dual Tone
Denim Blue Metallic
Denim Blue Dual Tone
Price & Variants
Is Hyundai Venue available through CSD canteen
A. Yes, Hyundai Venue is available through CSD canteen.
What are the diesel variants of Hyundai Venue
Hyundai Venue is available in 6 Diesel variants, out of which all are manual. The base Diesel variant Venue E Diesel starts at Rs. 8.16 Lakh and the top-end Diesel variant Venue SX Opt Diesel Sport is priced at Rs. 11.59 Lakh.
Hyundai Venue is available in 13 Petrol variants, out of which 3 are automatic and 10 are manual. The base Petrol variant Venue E starts at Rs. 6.75 Lakh. and the top-end Petrol variant Venue SX Plus Sport DCT is priced at Rs. 11.65 Lakh.
Hyundai Venue is available in 3 Automatic variants, out of which all are petrol. The base Automatic variant Venue S Turbo DCT starts at Rs. 9.66 Lakh and the top-end Automatic variant Venue SX Plus Sport DCT is priced at Rs. 11.65 Lakh.
Hyundai Venue is available in 16 Manual variants, out of which 6 are diesel and 10 are petrol. The base Manual variant Venue E starts at Rs. 6.75 Lakh. and the top-end Manual variant Venue SX Opt Diesel Sport is priced at Rs. 11.59 Lakh.
There’s very little to hold against Kia’s Sonet. It could do with more cabin width to seat five better. An aspect where not just the Sonet but Kia themselves as a manufacturer needs to prove their long term reliability and dependability. 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. It’s being sensible and practical too, with loads of cubby holes and a large boot. You get proper automatics, and the engines on offer cover a wide range of usage. If we talk about Hyundai Venue, it shares a lot with Sonet, features and powertrain. Over Sonet, Venue would be more comfortable for rear passangers and it has an advantage of wide service network oh Hyundai. Over Venue, Sonet offers better looks and ride quality. The Tata Nexon, with the facelift, has become an even stronger contender. With the revised looks, more powerful engine and added features, it surely needs to be on the top of your consideration list. If you safety is for priority and want a spacious car especially for rear passangers. You may go for Tata Nexon. You may compare all these cars accordingly. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
Go for any other brand than Tata because they still have plenty of quality issues . You pay 12 lakhs and they give you a substandard product that too in the name of safety. The nexon is safe but neither it is refined nor it is built to last. My 10 months old nexon started rusting in all 4 door panels . Also other issues like oil leaks , faulty fan etc . Stay away from Tata. It's all about online hype
All these cars are good enough and have their own forte. There’s very little to hold against Kia’s Sonet. It could do with more cabin width to seat five better, and also add at least one more variant for the automatic transmission. An aspect where not just the Sonet but Kia themselves as a manufacturer needs to prove their long term reliability and dependability. 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. It’s being sensible and practical too, with loads of cubby holes and a large boot. You get proper automatics, and the engines on offer cover a wide range of usage. If we talk about Hyundai Venue, it shares a lot with Sonet, features and powertrain. over Sonet, Venue would be more comfortable for rear passangers and it has an advantage of winde service network oh Hyundai. Over Venue, Sonet offers better looks and ride quality. Toyota Urban Cruiser is based on Vitara Brezza, it still remains good value for money for an everyday city-centric SUV. The refined petrol engine makes it a better driver as well. So, if you want a fuel efficient and practical car for city commutes, you may go for Urban Cruiser. As compared to these Sub-4-meter compact SUV, Creta can only recommend if you want a spacious and a bigger car. You may compare all these cars accoridngly. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
The Venue is offered with a choice of two petrol engines and one diesel engine. Petrol engine options consist of a 83PS 1.2-litre petrol and a 120PS 1.2-litre turbo-petrol while the diesel variant comes with a 100PS 1.5-liter unit. Looking towards their power a person can easily judge that the car is not meant for the offroading and mountain drives though they can serve the purpose for a while but expecting it to behave like a Thar would be a disappointment only. Venue's engine is not 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 speed breaker 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. On the other hand, the diesel engines in this segment are among the most refined of the lot. 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.
If we talk about 1.0 liter turbo petrol engine, 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. On the other hand, the diesel engines in this segment is among the most refined of the lot. 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. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
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 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.
Facts A. Hyundai india 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 A clear case of cheating by hyundai india
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.
I just purchased venue over brezza , the maintaining cost of venue is a bit high but for the price you are paying to buy venue is worth it , when compared to brezza , venue offers way more features and class , i would suggest you to take test drives of both cars and then decide cuz its your choice that matters at the end of the day , but my suggestion would always be venue over brezza anyday.
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
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
Venue if you are looking for better quality fit and finish and premium feel. brezza if you are not looking for comfort but hardcore driving pleasure only as brezza is quite light weight and gives kick in the pants feel when you smash the throttle.
Both the cars are good.In terms of diesel brezza is better choice than venue. But in petrol venue is best among all its rivals especially 1.0l turbo engine.In terms of technology too venue is best as first connected car of India.You can also wait for brezza petrol arriving soon .But venue is very good car around 10 lakh in terms of petrol , so go for it... I too own both the cars so I think it would help you.
Wait for a while, if you can... buy brezza after november.. you will get many additional features in it. Venue is just a style rich car... performance is bogus as compared to brezza...
Turbo engine is gives good pick up and mileage with smaller engine. But it's life span is smaller than naturally aspirated engine. So if you want speed and high pick up than go for turbo. If your interested in average safe car speed with long engine life than go for naturally aspirated 1.2 L engine. Why turbo charge engine have small life than regular engine? Because with smaller engine you take more power with turbine installation so engine life reduce. It is like steroid tablet given to weak person for getting high performance.. think before purchase you are fun driver or you buy car for longer time. Thanks
Mileage is near about same but performance wise 1.0 is a good choice to buy its a turbo charge engine what a smooth drive and also great pickup, My opinion you should go with 1.0 turbo venue
For long drive it gives up to 22kms/ltre that I have reached ...But in city with more traffic it gives 10km/ltr sometimes lesser than that
The 1.0 is a direct injection Turbo charged engine. Which pumps fuel directly into the combusion chamber at a very high pressure. Coupled with a turbo charger. Other than this 1.0 GDi engine, the only other real turbo petrol engine is the EcoBoost 1.0 (@125bhp) on the EcoSport S. Suzuki also has a similar 1.0 BoosterJet engine in global market which is yet to make its way into India. When comparing with larger 1.5/1.6L naturally aspirated engines, do notice that they make the power at slightly lower RPMs compared to turbo engines which will make the same power in the top end rev bands.All other petrol engines such as 1.2 on Nexon or XUV 300 are just MPFi engines with a turbo added. Hyundai-Kia also has higher variants of this 1.0 GDi turbo which are 1.4 GDi (on Seltos) making 140 bhp and 1.6 GDi making 177bhp in the international market.
My question and confusion is the same. How a less CC engine (1000 CC) is more powerful and have a more torque than higher engine (1200 CC), Today visited the show room of Hyundai at Nagpur; but not satisfied. I had a Hyundai car, and wish to purchase Venew.
Turbocharger pushes in compressed air into the engine , this increases efficiency and in turn the power produced. So even for a smaller cylinder size the power produced is higher because of the turbocharger