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  • Q. Is 1.2 L kappa engine will produce sufficient power for this SUV when loaded with 5 person. I am interested in S Petrol. Should I go for Venue or see alternative?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    The Hyundai Venue petrol with a 1.2 litre engine generates 82 bhp of Power and 115 Nm of torque which is ample for an SUV. The Hyundai Venue would be a great choice for 5 people. moreover, You may take a test drive of the car to clarify your doubts regarding the power and comfort of the car.Click here for the dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers/Hyundai

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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 | 2 months 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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  • Q. How is the ride quality and real mileage of Hyundai Venue 1.0 litre turbo petrol in the city and on the highway?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 3 months 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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  • Q. Venue DCT is only 1.0 litre so how 998 cc is stronger than other available 1200cc and 1600cc engines?
    Bhaskar
    Bhaskar | 3 months ago

    @ Manohar | 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.

    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.

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  • Q. Is it true that DCT cars will have complaint in future than the manual and DCT is not reliable - Venue?
    Mayank
    Mayank | 1 month ago

    @ Bansilal | Any response to Mayank question will greatly help new buyers

    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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  • Q. Will drive most in the city, want medium speed driving,sometimes for long drive not more than 250 km one way, is it ok for Hyundai Venue 1.2 litre engine or 1.0 turbo ,which is 1 lakh costlier too.
    Deepa
    Deepa | 2 months ago

    1.2 litre petrol engine fits the bill. It is smoother than the 1.0 litre turbo engine. The power delivery is linear and noiseless in 1.2 litre petrol engine. 1.0 litre engine is no good. It is noisy, makes you feel vibrations on the floor and is not totally matched with the chasis. You feel incoherent while driving 1.0 litre engine. It is a failure. Maintenace cost of 1.0 litre shall be more than 1.2 litre proven Kappa engine. Should go for only 1.2 litre Kappa engine.

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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 | 5 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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  • Q. Is diesel variant Venue worth buying with its price and overall performance?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    The 1.4-liter diesel engine churns out 89bhp@4000rpm, mated to a 6-speed manual no automatic variant has been launched for the diesel engine. In the Hyundai Venue, the diesel engine is among the most refined in this segment. The engine is very silent and barely makes any sound while starting it up. We would suggest a diesel engine if you're looking to buy the car for extensive highway usage. As far as the variants go, we'd recommend the SX as it is the most balanced variant with the availability of good features.

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  • Q. What about the power of Hyundai Venue? Is 1399 cc is enough for this vehicle?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    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.

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  • Q. How is the performance of Hyundai Venue 1.2 litre petrol engine? Is this engine is really under powered?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 5 days ago

    Hyundai Venue 1.2 litre petrol is the mid petrol variant in the Venue lineup and is priced at Rs. 6.50 - Rs. 7.20 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). These variants come with an engine putting out 81.86bhp@6000rpm and 115Nm@4000rpm of max power and max torque respectively. The gasoline motor comes mated to 5-Speed Manual transmission which is quite a joy to use. Hyundai claims an average of 17.5 Kmpl. The engine is well powered to drive comfortable in city areas, highways, and hilly terrains. For more information, follow the below link - Info. Moreover, you may have a test drive of the car for a better idea of comfort and drive quality by visiting the nearest dealer in your city. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Dealers.

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    Hyundai Venue Mileage & Performance FAQs

    Q. 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
    Q. What is the mileage of Hyundai Venue Petrol Version?
    A. The mileage of Hyundai Venue Petrol is 18.27 kmpl.
    Q. What is the mileage of Hyundai Venue Diesel Version?
    A. The mileage of Hyundai Venue Diesel is 23.7 kmpl.
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