5 Features Hyundai Venue Gets But Kia Sonet Doesn’t | V3Cars

The Hyundai Venue is one of the best-selling B2-segment SUVs in the country. It is closely followed by the Maruti Suzuki Brezza, Tata Nexon and the Kia Sonet. Kia recently launched the MY2022 Sonet with new features and better safety.

Features Hyundai Venue Gets Over Kia Sonet

In this article, we tell you 5 features that are missing in the Kia Sonet but available with Hyundai Venue.

1. Power-adjustable Driver Seat

Hyundai Venue comes with a segment-first power-adjustable driver seat. The Sonet, on the other hand, gets the 6-way manually-adjustable driver seat. It is worth mentioning that the electric adjustment in the Venue only works for fore and aft and backrest recline whereas the height adjustment remains a manual job.

2. 60:40 Rear Split Seat

Hyundai Venue comes with a 60:40 rear split seat whereas the Sonet gets a flat folding bench. Additionally, the Venue currently is the only sub-compact SUV in the segment to offer a reclining rear backrest, after the demise of the good Ford EcoSport.

3. Cooled Glove Box

Hyundai Venue comes with a cooled glove box compartment that helps to retain the temperature of your drinks and beverages. This feature is sorely missed in the Kia Sonet.

4. Puddle Lamps

Hyundai Venue comes with puddle lamps that are placed below the ORVMs. Puddle lamps illuminate the surroundings of the car to help you have an easy ingress and egress.

5. Cornering Lamps

Hyundai Venue also comes with cornering lamps, which are integrated in the headlamp cluster itself. Cornering lamps light up the path while you make a turn in the night, hence increasing the overall visibility. This feature is also sorely missed in the Kia Sonet.

Also Read: 5 Features Kia Sonet Gets But Hyundai Venue Doesn’t


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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