Hyundai Venue has been introduced in India at the price of Rs 6.50 Lakh for the base trim E and Rs 11.10 Lakh for the top-end SX+ variant (all prices are ex-showroom).
The Hyundai Venue has been on sale in the Indian market at the price starting at Rs 6.50 Lakh (ex-showroom, India). As of now, the company’s subcompact SUV is sitting on the 15,000 booking orders in India. Hyundai has started accepting the pre-orders for the new subcompact SUV from May 2 till the 20th of the same month. Since the monthly production of the Venue stands at around 9,000 units merely, most buyers who have booked the Venue will be back ordering. With the prices being extremely competitive, demands for the all-new Venue is expected to go up substantially in the next months.
Hyundai has planned to produce about 9,000 units of Venue a month.
With the 15,000+ pre-orders as well as another 50,000 enquiries made for the SUV, the new Venue receives quite an onslaught of responses from the market that far exceeds those of the top-selling Hyundai Creta sibling. The Venue’s main highlights should be placed in the advanced Blue Link connectivity features suite with 33 intelligent features as its major USP, 10 out of which are India-specific. The features like live traffic updates, real-time vehicle tracking, roadside assistance, navigation via push maps, geo-fence alert, remote engine immobilization, etc. are to name some remarkable functions.
Almost 64 per cent of the Venue's orders is specified to the petrol variants.
In addition to a wide range of connected features, Hyundai also introduces a standard 3-year/ unlimited km warranty, lowest maintenance costs, doorstep service facility as well as three years road-side assistance for the new model.
Powering the Venue are three different engine options, including a 1.2-litre Kappa petrol engine, a 1.4-litre diesel motor along with a newly-built 1.0-litre turbocharged GDI petrol unit. The 1.0-litre turbocharged unit can be good enough to pump up 118 BHP of max power and 172 Nm of peak torque and comes mated to a sophisticated 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission while a 6-speed MT is also on offer. The 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated petrol burner churns out 82 BHP/ 114 Nm while the 1.4-litre diesel mill is tuned for 89 BHP/ 220 Nm. The former is supported by a 5-speed manual gearbox and the latter is coupled with a 6-speed manual unit.