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    Buy Hyundai Venue Turbo Petrol Or Diesel? Mileage & Running Cost Comparison

    by Mahesh Yadav on Friday, Sep 03 2021

    If you’re wondering whether you should buy the Hyundai Venue turbo petrol or diesel then this article will help you come to a conclusion. Here, we’ll take the latest ex-showroom prices of the Venue and look at the price difference. Based on the current petrol and diesel prices, we’ll calculate the kilometres you need to drive the car to recover the higher upfront cost. This should help you decide which engine option of the Venue will work best for you and save you money in the long run. Let’s start with the difference in their ex-showroom prices.

     

    Hyundai Venue

    Hyundai Venue Turbo Petrol Vs Diesel - Price Comparison

    Let’s look at the latest ex-showroom prices of the Hyundai Venue turbo petrol and diesel to see what extra cost you’re paying for the Venue diesel over the Venue turbo petrol.

    Hyundai Venue Turbo Petrol Vs Diesel Prices

    Ex-Showroom Delhi (September 2021)

    Variants

    Turbo Petrol Prices

    Difference

    Diesel Prices

    S (O) ACMT

    Rs. 9,10,660

    Rs. 41,340

    Rs. 9,52,000

    SX ACMT/MT

    Rs. 10,07,000

    (-) Rs. 7,001

    Rs. 9,99,999

    SX (O) ACMT

    Rs. 11,35,700

    Rs. 31,800

    Rs. 11,67,500

     Also Know - 2021 Hyundai Venue Best Variant to Buy

    For the Hyundai Venue diesel manual, you’re paying between Rs. 31,800 and Rs. 41,340 more than the petrol auto-clutch manual transmission. With the Venue SX diesel, you’re actually saving Rs. 7,000 by choosing the diesel variant over the petrol. This is a rare sight and an important one for Venue diesel buyers. Because, with the Venue diesel, you’ll also save a fair bit on the on-road prices as cars under Rs. 10.0 lakh fall in the lower tax bracket in most states for registration.

    Hyundai Venue Turbo Petrol Vs Diesel - Running Cost Calculation - September 2021

    Now, let’s compare the per kilometre fuel cost you’ll incur with both the engine options. For this, we’ll use the latest petrol and diesel prices in Delhi and the official mileage figures as a baseline.

    Hyundai Venue Cost Per KM

    (September 2021)

     

    Turbo Petrol

    Difference

    Diesel

    Fuel Price Delhi

    Rs. 102

    Rs. 12

    Rs. 90

    Manual Mileage

    18.27kmpl

    5.43kmpl

    23.7kmpl

    Manual Cost Per km

    Rs. 5.58/km

    Rs. 1.79/km

    Rs. 3.8/km

    Also Read - 2021 Hyundai Venue Petrol Variants Explained 

    At the current fuel prices, the Hyundai Venue turbo petrol ACMT will cost you Rs. 1.79 more than the Hyundai Venue diesel manual for every kilometer you drive.

    Kilometres To Breakeven With Hyundai Venue Diesel

    Variants

    KM to Recover

    S (O) ACMT

    23,154

    SX ACMT/MT

    NA

    SX (O) ACMT

    17,811

    Also Read - 2021 Hyundai Venue Diesel Variants Explained 

    Depending on the variant, you’ll have to cover 17,811km to 23154km with the Hyundai Venue diesel manual to recover the extra price you pay upfront over the Venue petrol. For the SX variant, though, you don’t need to worry about breaking even as the SX diesel is cheaper than the SX turbo petrol.

    Should You Buy Hyundai Venue Turbo Petrol Or Diesel?

    If you have a budget of about Rs. 10 lakh (ex-showroom), then you can buy the SX diesel eyes shut. Because this is a rare car, which is not only going to save you money during the ownership but it’s saving you money from day one. The Venue SX diesel is already Rs. 7.000 cheaper than the turbo petrol model.

    As for other variants, you’ll have to decide if you’re willing to let go of the auto-clutch manual transmission for the better fuel efficiency and torque of the diesel. From our perspective, this it’s already better than a fair deal as you'll only have to drive the car for about 20,000 - 25,000km to breakeven. But from a VFM perspective, you should definitely consider the SX diesel over any other Venue diesel variant.

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Mahesh is a fan of compact, quirky and underrated vehicles that punch above their weight. Multix, Nano, Strom R3 and Navi are his favorites.

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