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  • Q. Diesel or Petrol which will be the best option - Venue?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 3 months ago

    If you are one of those people who drive less then 50/60kms in a day then we recommend you to go with for a petrol car as they are easy to maintain, have a longer life span and they cost less then the diesel car. Choosing the right fuel type depends on your utility and average running of the car. The Diesel cars are prefered if the average daily run of your car is more than 60kms which makes it feasible for a purchase. The statistics help you to choose a perfect car. The diesel cars are more efficient when it comes to fuel economy and provide more torque, therefore, are preferred to run a more for a person who drives more than 60kms. Select according to your requirements.

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    Updates
    Updates | 4 days ago

    Diesel could be better as there is not much price difference between the both. However too much difference between pickup quality and handling.

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  • Q. Is there any automatic petrol version also being launched - Venue?
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    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    The Hyundai Venue will be available with three powertrain options, most notably a new 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine mated to a 6-speed manual. A new 7-speed dual-clutch transmission developed in-house will also be available with this new engine. The other petrol engine is the familiar 1.2-litre unit found on hatchbacks like the Elite i20 and Grand i10 mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Diesel variants are powered by Hyundai’s 1.4-diesel engine with an output of 90PS and 220Nm while mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox.

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    Updates | 4 days ago

    Only petrol version is launched in automatic mode but that too is as slow as maruti alto. I will not suggest anyone to spend such a huge amount for buying this little mouse.

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  • Q. Considering that price difference between Hyundai Venue SX petrol and diesel version is ~35000, should we buy diesel variant from mileage point of view? With the improvement in diesel engine technology in recent times, I got to hear that maintenance cost difference between diesel and petrol variant is not huge.
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 3 weeks ago

    Basically, the selection of fuel type depends on your daily running with the car. We recommend opting for the diesel engine if you drive for 50 kilometres or more in a day and vice versa. The diesel engine uses 15-20 percent lesser fuel as compared to the petrol ones and returns better fuel efficiency resulting in cheaper running costs. As for the maintenance/service costs, for the diesel engine, it is estimated at Rs. 18,959 in 5 years and that for a petrol engine is Rs. 14,371 in 5 years.

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    Updates | 3 weeks ago

    @ Zigwheels | Basically, the selection of fuel type depends on your daily running with the car. We recommend opting for the diesel engine if you drive for 50 kilometres or more in a day and vice versa. The diesel engine uses 15-20 percent lesser fuel as compared to the petrol ones and returns better fuel efficiency resulting in cheaper running costs. As for the maintenance/service costs, for the diesel engine, it is estimated at Rs. 18,959 in 5 years and that for a petrol engine is Rs. 14,371 in 5 years.

    Don't buy petrol version of venue. Its not worth of money. Atleast don't prefer to buy turbo engine. If will feel like you are driving maruti alto.I purchased it a week before and i want to sell it at aloss of 1 lakh rupees. Turbo engine venue is biggest fraud of hyundai.

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  • Q. How is the ride quality and real mileage of Hyundai Venue 1.0 litre turbo petrol in the city and on the highway?
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    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    Inside the city, you can amble about comfortably without having to downshift too often in Hyundai Venue. 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. The 1.0-litre engine feels versatile enough to tackle city duties as well as road trips. For a three-cylinder engine, it’s refined as well. Yes, it isn’t as smooth as a four-cylinder engine and some vibrations do creep in on the floorboard. This is especially noticeable during start-up and under hard acceleration. The ARAI claimed mileage of Hyundai Venue 1.0 litre turbo petrol is 17.52 kmpl.Moreover, we would suggest you take the test drive of the vehicle so that you can understand the difference which will help you to make a final decision for your purchase - Car Dealer

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    Sandesh
    Sandesh | 1 month ago

    Thanks for your valuable insights,though claimed mileage is around 18 kms, when it comes to actual mileage in city limits isn't it around 10 kms or 12 kms ? pls let me know

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  • Q. I am in a dilemma about choosing Hyundai Venue Petrol or diesel. My daily commute is barely 10 to 15 km. My family has four members. Which should I chose?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 3 months ago

    For the daily commute of 10-15 km, we'd recommend going with the petrol engine. The petrol engines are easy to maintain comparatively and initially less costly than the diesel ones. Hyundai Venue is available with two different petrol engine options, a 1.2-liter unit that produces 83PS/115Nm with an estimated mileage of 17.52km/l and a 1.0-liter, 3-cylinder turbocharged unit that churns out 120PS/172Nm with the fuel efficiency of 18.27km/l with manual transmission and 18.15km/l with automatic. For more insight, please follow the below link to check out the review of Hyundai Venue: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/hyundai-venue-review-first-drive/33984/#leadform

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    Vinay
    Vinay | 1 month ago

    Go for petrol

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  • Q. Petrol version can suit CNG - Venue?
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    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    It would be too early to give a verdict on Hyundai Venue as the car hasn't been launched yet. Would request you to please wait till it hit the Indian market and we get our hands on it. Till then stay tuned to ZigWheels!

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    Rajesh
    Rajesh | 1 month ago

    Can fitting outside ,is it safe or not

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  • Q. Daily I have to run around 150 kms, please suggest which diesel car to buy, my budget is upto 8 or 8.5 lakhs, presently I have Hyundai i20 Active(Petrol), its good for city ride but for highway I feel a bit shaking. My choice would go between Ecosport, Venue, and Baleno.
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    If you may alter your budget then the Hyundai Venue S diesel could be a good option, otherwise, Maruti Baleno could be the one. Hyundai Venue is powered by a 1.4-litre diesel engine that comes mated to a 6-speed manual and produces 90PS of maximum power. The S variant gets a handful of features and decent mileage figures. On the other hand, if you do not fancy the features and require a powerful engine, then you may opt for the Ford Ecosport which gets a 1.5-litre diesel unit that makes 100PS of power. Moreover, we'd recommend taking a test drive of the car for a better insight into the performance, comfort and compatibility. Click on the link for - New Car Showrooms

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    Shiv
    Shiv | 1 month ago

    You can go for ford aspire diesel,superb rocket engine in this budget

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  • Q. Will Hyundai Venue come in diesel automatic?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    As of now, there is no update from the brand side regarding the launch of an automatic transmission with the diesel engine. Stay tuned for further updates.

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    Vikram
    Vikram | 1 week ago

    No

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  • Q. Does Hyundai Venue petrol engine have a fuel injector or carburetor?
    Soma
    Soma | 2 months ago

    R u mad bro? Does any car now , even cheapest nano , have carburetor ?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 3 months ago

    The Hyundai Venue has a fuel injected system.

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  • Q. Which one is better Hyundai Venue top model (petrol-automatic) or Honda WR-V top model (petrol-manual)?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 3 months ago

    Hyundai Venue's SX Plus Turbo DCT variant of the car will be a great choice in terms of advanced features, comfortable interiors, better ergonomics and a punchier engine. Moreover, the 7-speed DCT transmission is a delight in the city traffic as well as on the Highways. Honda WRV is a crossover and is a great choice for people looking for a hatch with better ground clearance and features. The only down log is that the WRV is only available in the manual transmission. However, the choice of the perfect vehicle can only be exhibit after sitting behind the steering wheel, therefore we would suggest you to take a test drive of both the cars so that you may get a clarified view regarding both the cars.Click here for the dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers

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    Gopal
    Gopal | 3 months ago

    Venue

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