5 Features Nissan Magnite Gets But Hyundai Venue Doesn’t | V3Cars

The Hyundai Venue is one of the best-selling B2-segment SUVs in the country. Ever since its launch, the Venue has gained the tag of the most feature-rich sub-compact SUV in the country. The Nissan Magnite, on the other hand, offers practicality and a sensible set of features at an affordable price.

Features Nissan Magnite Gets Over Hyundai Venue

In this article, we share the list of features that you get in the Nissan Magnite over the Hyundai Venue.

1. 360-Degree Parking Camera

The top variant of the Nissan Magnite offers a 360-degree parking camera that comes in handy while manoeuvring through tight parking spaces. The Hyundai Venue, on the other hand, only comes with a reverse parking camera.

2. LED Fog Lights

The top variant of the Nissan Magnite comes with LED projector fog lights. With the facelift, Hyundai deleted the fog lights from the Venue.

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3. Full-Colour LCD Display

The Magnite comes with a 7.0-inch full-colour LCD instrument cluster with customisable modes. The Venue, on the other hand, comes with a smaller TFT display and with backlit speedometer and tachometer.

4. Rear 12V Socket

The Magnite offers a 12V charging socket for the 2nd row whereas the Venue offers a USB charging port. While the USB charging port is useful to charge your devices, the 12V socket lets you plug accessories like a tyre inflator and vacuum cleaner.

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5. Wireless Android Auto And Apple CarPlay

While both the Venue and Magnite come with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, the Magnite offers wireless connectivity. As both SUVs also get a wireless phone charger, the Magnite offers a great user experience and doesn’t require any cables. It is worth noting that the mid variants of the Venue also offer wireless connectivity but they lack wireless charger and high-definition display.

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Amit Saraswat

Born and brought up in Agra, he grew up reading magazines more than textbooks. With a keen interest in cars, he decided to make his future in automotive journalism and is currently helping in content at V3Cars.


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