Hyundai Venue Petrol Variants Explained - Which One To Buy?

Hyundai Venue Petrol Variants Explained - Which One To Buy?

In this variants explained article, you'll find out which variant of the 2021 Hyundai Venue petrol you should buy based on the latest August 2021 prices, variant-wise features and value for money. Here we will compare and objectively analyse Venue’s petrol variants and features. Then we will compare the engine specs, dimensions and mileage of the 2021 Hyundai Venue petrol with other petrol-powered sub-4m SUVs like Kia Sonet, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Nissan Magnite, Renault Kiger, Mahindra XUV300, Ford EcoSport, Toyota Urban Cruiser and Honda WRV.

 

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Updated - August 9, 2021: This article includes some changes in variants as Hyundai reshuffled the lineup a bit and moved some features around. This also includes the latest prices applicable for August 2021.

What Are The Pros And Cons Of Hyundai Venue Petrol?

The pros or advantages of Venue petrol are:

  • Turbo petrol engine has a great torque-to-weight ratio and a wide torque band for great drivability and minimal gear changes
  • Compared to an automatic, the mechanically simple ACMT (auto-clutch manual transmission) does 80% of the work in stop-and-go traffic at no extra cost
  • Option of a cheaper 1.2-litre normal petrol engine with adequate performance
  • A very long list of style, functional, entertainment and safety features

The Hyundai Venue petrol has the following shortcomings or problems:

  • The price jump from the 1.2L normal to the 1.0L turbo is quite high.
  • Hyundai’s new design language for the Venue is polarizing opinions.
  • Poor feature distribution. Venue reserves even some basic features like a rear washer/wiper, a rear armrest and a split-folding rear seatback for the top-of-the-line SX (O) variant.
  • With the automatic, you can’t get the fully-loaded SX (O) variant. That means you can’t get it with the extra airbags, split rear seats, rear armrest, rear washer and wiper. However, it does offer alloy wheels, which are super easy to upgrade post-purchase and sunroof.
  • S (O) automatic and SX turbo MT/ACMT now cost more than Rs. 10 lakh. In most states, it qualifies to enter the higher tax bracket for on-road price calculation.
  • Some of you may find Venue 1.2’s performance underwhelming - especially after test driving a turbo petrol car. It’s strictly adequate but suitable for city use.
  • Dual-clutch automatic transmissions have a questionable record for long-term reliability. No DCT has had smooth sailing in India's harsh climatic and driving conditions.
  • No GNCAP crash test score yet. Meanwhile, the Nexon and XUV300 are bragging about their 5-star report card.

What Are The Latest August 2021 Prices Of The Hyundai Venue Petrol?

The Venue petrol is available in a total of 7 variants and 4 engine-transmission combinations.

The E, S, S Plus variants are available with a 1.2-litre normal petrol engine and a manual transmission and they cost between Rs. 6.99 and 8.65 lakh. The turbo petrol with a full manual is only available in SX trim for Rs. 10.07 lakh. With the auto-clutch, you can have this engine in 3 variants - S (O), SX and SX (O) for prices ranging from Rs. 9.11 to 11.36 lakh. The turbo petrol engine is also available with a DCT automatic in S (O) and SX Plus variants for 10.01 and 11.69 lakh, respectively.

HYUNDAI VENUE PETROL PRICE LIST

EX-SHOWROOM | AUGUST 2021

Variant

1.2L MT

1.0L Turbo MT

1.0L Turbo ACMT

1.0L Turbo DCT

E

Rs. 6,99,200

-

-

-

S

Rs. 7,77,000

-

-

-

S (O)

-

-

Rs. 9,10,660

Rs. 10,01,200

S Plus

Rs. 8,64,700

-

-

-

SX

-

Rs. 10,07,000

Rs. 10,07,000

-

SX Plus

-

-

-

Rs. 11,69,200

SX (O)

-

-

Rs. 11,35,700

-

 

Hyundai Venue Petrol E - Base Model Features & Review

The base E variant of the Venue petrol costs almost Rs. 7.0 lakh and gets the following notable features:

  • 2 airbags
  • ABS
  • Parking sensors
  • Day/night inside mirror
  • Central locking
  • ISOFIX
  • Front power windows
  • Tilt steering
  • Manual AC
  • Body-coloured bumpers
  • Black grille and outside mirrors
  • Wheel covers
  • Adjustable front headrests
  • Halogen reflector headlamps

The Venue E variant misses out on the following major features:

  • Music system
  • Remote central locking
  • Power mirrors
  • Steering-mounted controls
  • Rear power windows

Thankfully, it covers the core features very well and is worth considering for budget-conscious buyers. You can install features like rear power windows, music system and remote central locking from the aftermarket.

HYUNDAI VENUE 1.2L PETROL | E VARIANT FEATURES

Rs. 6,99,200 (1.2 MT) | EX-SHOWROOM | AUGUST 2021

Safety

Functional 

Style

Impact Sensing Auto Door Unlock

Speed Sensing Auto Door Lock

Adjustable Front Headrests

Integrated Rear Headrest

Body-coloured Bumpers & Handles

Front Seatbelt Pretensioners

Dual Front Airbags

Front Power Windows

Front & Rear Door Pockets

Black ORVMs & Grille

Parking Sensors

Central Locking

Tilt Steering

Tachometer

Silver Skid Plates

Day/Night IRVM

Seatbelt Reminder

Front Power Outlet

Manual AC

15-inch Steel Wheels

ABS w/ EBD

ISOFIX

 

Dead Pedal

Fabric Upholstery

High-Speed Alert

   

Wheel Covers

Hyundai Venue 1.2 Petrol E vs S Variant

The S variant of the Venue petrol 1.2 costs Rs. 7.77 lakh, which is about Rs. 78,000 more than the base E variant. For the additional cost, you get an infotainment system with steering-mounted controls, power mirrors, rear defogger, rear AC vents, remote central locking, rear power windows, rear parcel tray and a front armrest.

While it doesn’t quite justify the jump in price, the Venue 1.2 S has a decent balance of good-to-have and must-have features. If you can afford stretching your budget to accommodate the S variant, then you should because it’ll offer a much better ownership experience.

HYUNDAI VENUE S VARIANT | FEATURES OVER E 

Rs. 7,77,000 (1.2 MT) |  EX-SHOWROOM, AUGUST 2021

Safety

Infotainment

Functional

Style

Rear Defogger

Music System

Electrically-adjustable ORVMs

Follow-me-home Headlamps

Body-coloured ORVMs

Electronic Stability Program (AT only)

Steering-mounted Audio Controls

Front Armrest with Storage

Driver-side Power Window w/ Auto Up/Down

Detailed MID (AT only)

Hill Start Assist (AT only)

Front & Rear Speakers 

Rear Parcel Tray

Rear Power Windows

Chrome Front Grille

 

Front Tweeter

Boot Lamp

Rear AC Vents

Antenna

 

USB & Bluetooth

Rear Power Outlet

Passenger-side Vanity Mirror

Roof Rails

 

Hyundai iblue Remote App

 

Remote Central Locking

 

Hyundai Venue 1.2 Petrol S vs S Plus Variant

With the Venue’s 1.2L petrol engine, you can also grab the S Plus variant. This trim costs Rs. 8.65 lakh, which is almost Rs. 88,000 more than the 1.2 S. It adds the following notable features:

  • Automatic halogen projector headlamps
  • Halogen projector fog lamps
  • LED tail lamps
  • 8-inch touchscreen infotainment
  • Android Auto and Apple Carplay
  • Height-adjustable Driver Seat
  • Power folding outside mirrors
  • Auto AC
  • LED DRLs
  • Leather-wrapped Steering

This variant again costs just a bit more than it should but it’s not too overpriced for its additional features. The S is still a better value for money but the S Plus 1.2’s equipment may make you consider this option.

HYUNDAI VENUE 1.2 S PLUS VARIANT | FEATURES OVER S 1.2

Rs. 8,64,700 (1.2 MT) EX-SHOWROOM, AUGUST 2021

Safety

Infotainment

Functional

Style

Halogen Projector Headlamps

8-inch Touchscreen Infotainment

Height-adjustable Driver Seat

LED DRLs

Rear Parking Camera w/ DRVM

Apple CarPlay & Android Auto

Auto Headlamps

LED Tail Lamps

Halogen Projector Fog Lamps

 

Electrically Foldable ORVMs

Turn Indicators on ORVMs

Cornering Lamps

 

Adjustable Rear Headrests

Shark Fin Antenna

  

Auto AC

Leather-wrapped Steering Wheel

  

USB Charger

 
  

Cooled Glovebox

 

Hyundai Venue Turbo Petrol S (O) Variant - Base Turbo Petrol

Now, let’s step back a little on the variant scale and check out the Venue turbo S (O), the most affordable turbo petrol variant of the Venue. It costs Rs. 9.11 lakh with the auto-clutch manual transmission (ACMT) and Rs. 10.01 lakh with the DCT automatic. The Venue automatic is about Rs. 90,000 more expensive than the turbo ACMT.

The Venue S (O) turbo gets the following notable features on top of what the S 1.2 gets:

  • Halogen projector headlamps
  • LED DRLs
  • ESC (with automatic only)
  • Hill hold (with automatic only)

This is about to get a little confusing. So brace yourself.

The S (O) trim is not available with the 1.2L normal petrol engine. Therefore, it’s not possible to exactly pinpoint the premium you’re paying just for the engine upgrade over the 1.2. So, we’ll have to do some extra math.

Compared to the S 1.2, the Venue S (O) turbo ACMT is about Rs. 1.34 lakh more expensive. Based on our calculations, even with the features, extra performance from higher power and torque output and the convenience of the ACMT, the S (O) doesn’t quite close the price gap.

With the DCT automatic also, the S (O) doesn’t manage to justify the upgrade over the S 1.2. Moreover, the Venue turbo automatic now costs more than Rs. 10 lakh, which will end up costing quite a bit more in most states because of the higher taxes applicable on cars costing above Rs. 10 lakh (ex-showroom.)

The only situation in which we’d recommend the S (O) turbo is if you don’t want to stretch the budget any further but you want that extra performance. Because, you will have to drive the car fairly often on the highways. The 1.2 petrol will struggle to maintain expressway speeds for long periods of time, especially with a full load. If you want the performance of the turbo petrol, then consider one of the higher variants to get better value for your money.

HYUNDAI VENUE 1.0 S (O) TURBO VARIANT | FEATURES OVER S 1.2

Rs. 9,10,660 (Turbo ACMT) | Rs. 10,01,200 (Turbo DCT) | EX-SHOWROOM, AUGUST 2021

Safety

Style

Electronic Stability Control (DCT Only)

Projector Headlamps

LED DRLs

Hill Hold (DCT Only)

Cornering Lamps

 

Hyundai Venue Turbo Petrol S (O) vs SX Variant

The Hyundai Venue SX turbo costs Rs. 10.07 lakh whether you choose the ACMT or the full manual transmission. This is about Rs. 96,000 more than the S (O) turbo ACMT. for this additional sum, you get cruise control, auto AC, touchscreen infotainment with Android Auto and Apple Carplay, power-folding mirrors, sunroof, auto headlamps, 16-inch steel style wheels, and cooled glovebox.

Between the two transmission options, we strongly suggest you buy the auto-clutch manual (ACMT). It gives complete control over the gear selection while still allowing you to rest your left leg as you don’t have to modulate the clutch in stop-and-go city traffic. In fact, because of the strong bottom-end torque, you can even directly start off in second gear and crawl without any accelerator input. It works well at least on flat surfaces. So, you can start off from a dead stop and go up to 50kmph with just one foot. The bottom end torque from the turbo petrol engine also allows you to drive it in crawling traffic with just the brake pedal.

So, it essentially does 80% of the job we expect an automatic transmission to do for no additional cost. Buy the full manual only if you absolutely need full control and need to slip and drop the clutch to get out of a sticky situation.

As far as the features go, the Venue SX turbo completely justifies jump over the S (O) turbo. In fact, from a value-for-money standpoint, it even justifies the upgrade from the base, 1.2 E variant. The only problem is the Rs. 10 lakh-plus ex-showroom cost, which will lead to higher taxes in most states. Even with the slightly higher taxes, the SX turbo is worth the upgrade if you have the budget for it and want a well-rounded ownership experience. The SX turbo is our top-recommended variant for Venue petrol manual buyers.

HYUNDAI VENUE 1.0 SX TURBO VARIANT | FEATURES OVER S (O) TURBO

Rs. 10,07,000 (TURBO ACMT) | Rs. 10,07,000 (TURBO MT) | EX-SHOWROOM, AUG 2021

Safety & Infotainment

Functional

Style

Rear Parking Camera w/ DRVM

Auto AC

Sunroof

Projector Fog Lamps

Electrically-foldable ORVMs

LED Tail Lamps

8-inch Touchscreen Infotainment

Cruise Control  

Shark Fin Antenna

Arkamys Sound Mood

USB Charger

Turn Indicators on ORVMs

Apple CarPlay & Android Auto

Auto Headlamps

Leather-wrapped Steering Wheel & Gear Knob

Voice Recognition

Height Adjustable Driver Seat

16-inch steel style wheels

 

Adjustable Rear Headrests

 
 

Front Cabin Lamps

 
 

Cooled Glovebox

 

Hyundai Venue Turbo Petrol SX vs SX Dual-Tone Variant

The SX dual-tone variant of the Venue costs Rs. 10.37 lakh, which is Rs. 30,000 more than the SX mono-tone. For this additional cost, you get a dual-tone contrast roof, leather + fabric upholstery, leather front centre armrest and leather door armrest. This is a cosmetic upgrade, so we'll let you decide if you should upgrade to this option. However, from a value standpoint, it justifies the premium. Note that the SX dual-tone is only available with the auto-clutch transmission.

HYUNDAI VENUE TURBO SX DT VARIANT | FEATURES OVER SX TURBO MONO

Rs. 10,37,300 (TURBO ACMT) | EX-SHOWROOM, AUGUST 2021

Style

Leather front center armrest

Leather door armrests

Leather-fabric upholstery

Dual-tone roof

Hyundai Venue Turbo Petrol S (O) Automatic vs SX Plus Automatic Variant

Now moving to the Venue automatic, teh SX Plus DCT costs Rs. 11.69 lakh, which is almost Rs. 1.7 lakh more than the S (O) DCT automatic. For this additional cost, you get all of the features you get with the SX turbo ACMT and then a few.

Compared to the SX ACMT, the SX Plus automatic loses the style steel wheels and gets proper alloy wheels. In addition, it also gets tyre pressure monitoring system, keyless entry with push-button start/stop, air purifier, wireless phone charger, air purifier and chrome door handles.

For Venue automatic buyers, the 1.7 lakh price jump over the S (O) DCT automatic is easily justified with the SX Plus. So, the SX Plus automatic is our top-recommended variant for Venue automatic buyers.

The SX Plus automatic with dual-tone costs another Rs. 17,400 and it gets you dual-tone exterior, leather+fabric upholstery, leather front center armrest and leather door armrests. For these features, the price is justified. So, you can upgrade to this if you want these features.

HYUNDAI VENUE 1.0 SX PLUS AUTO VARIANT | FEATURES OVER S (O) AUTO

Rs. 11,69,200 (TURBO DCT) | EX-SHOWROOM, AUGUST 2021

Safety & Infotainment

Functional

Style

Rear Parking Camera w/ DRVM

Auto AC

Sunroof

Projector Fog Lamps

Electrically-foldable ORVMs

LED Tail Lamps

8-inch Touchscreen Infotainment

Cruise Control  

Shark Fin Antenna

Arkamys Sound Mood

USB Charger

Turn Indicators on ORVMs

Apple CarPlay & Android Auto

Auto Headlamps

Leather-wrapped Steering Wheel & Gear Knob

Voice Recognition

Height Adjustable Driver Seat

 
 

Adjustable Rear Headrests

 
 

Front Cabin Lamps

 
 

Cooled Glovebox

 

SX PLUS TURBO AUTO | FEATURES OVER SX TURBO ACMT

Safety & Infotainment

Functional

Style

Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

Keyless Entry w/ Push-button Start/Stop

Leather front center and door armrests (Dual-tone only)

Anti-theft Alarm

Paddle Shifters

Flat-bottom Steering Wheel

Telematics

Air Purifier

Chrome Door Handles

Navigation

Wireless phone charger

R16 Alloy Wheels

  

Leather+fabric upholstery (Dual-tone only)

Hyundai Venue Turbo Petrol SX vs SX (O) Variant

The top-spec SX (O) variant of the Venue with the turbo petrol and ACMT costs Rs. 11.36 lakh and is about Rs. 1.29 lakh more expensive than the SX ACMT. For this additional cost, you get side and curtain airbags, TPMS, ESC, hill hold, keyless entry with push-button start stop, rear washer/wiper, rear armrest, split rear seatback, 16-inch alloy wheels, air purifier, and flat-bottom steering wheel.

The price more than justified for the upgrade and the SX (O) is a total value for money package. However, a good chunk of these features are not must-have. If you want the extra safety features, then this variant is worth the upgrade.

HYUNDAI VENUE 1.0 SX (O) VARIANT | FEATURES OVER SX TURBO

Rs. 11,35,700 (TURBO ACMT) | EX-SHOWROOM, AUGUST 2021

Safety

Infotainment

Functional

Style

Side & Curtain Airbags

Navigation

Keyless Entry w/ Push-button Start/Stop

Chrome Door Handles

Rear Wiper & Washer

Telematics

Air Purifier

Leather & Fabric Upholstery

Electronic Stability Control

 

Wireless Charger

Leather Front & Door Armrest

Hill Hold

 

Sliding Front Armrest

Flat-bottom Steering Wheel

Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

 

Rear Armrest

R16 Alloy Wheels

Anti-theft Alarm

 

60:40 Rear Seat

 

 

The SX (O) is also available with dual-tone paint-scheme and it costs about another Rs. 12,000. For this sum, you get 

Which Variant Of The Hyundai Venue Petrol Offers The Most Value For Money?

Let’s first tackle the manual transmission variants starting with the 1.2-litre engine. If you intend to drive mostly in the city, then this engine will offer adequate performance. But, for the highways, this may not be enough. Between the E, S and S Plus variants, the S variant makes the most sense as it offers a decent balance of features, although the value-for-money quotient is not that great. If you can stretch for the S Plus variant and this is going to be your primary car, then this is worth upgrading from a VFM standpoint. Buying this over the S trim will also keep the itch to upgrade away for a fairly long duration.

HYUNDAI VENUE 1.2 PETROL | MANUAL VARIANTS RECOMMENDATION

EX-SHOWROOM | AUGUST 2021

Variant

Price

VFM Rank

Recommendation

1.2 E MT

Rs. 6,99,200

1

Consider upgrading to S for better ownership experience

1.2 S MT

Rs. 7,77,000

3

Not a great value for money option but highly recommended if you want this engine-transmission combo

1.2 S Plus MT

Rs. 8,64,700

2

Better VFM than 1.2 S and worth the upgrade if this is going to be your primary car.

 

Coming over to the turbo petrol variants, you have the S (O), SX and SX (O) variants. Between these three, the SX variant with MT or ACMT are our top picks. While the SX (O) is also a good value for money option, it doesn’t offer many must-have features. Consider buying it for the safety features.

In the SX variant, if you're confused between the full-manual and auto-clutch manual transmission, then we recommend you buy the ACMT version. There's no extra cost to go with the ACMT and it will also let you rest your left leg as you don’t have to modulate the clutch in tight traffic. So, it’s doing most of the work a fully-automatic transmission does for no extra cost.

HYUNDAI VENUE TURBO PETROL | MANUAL VARIANTS RECOMMENDATION

EX-SHOWROOM | AUGUST 2021

Variant

Price

VFM Rank

Recommendation

S (O) Turbo ACMT

Rs. 9,10,660

4

Suitable option for budget buyers who want to use the car a lot in city traffic as well as on highways

SX Turbo MT

Rs. 10,07,000

3

Value for money upgrade over S (O) turbo. Consider buying the ACMT for auto-clutch convenience.

SX Turbo ACMT

Rs. 10,07,000

2

Top recommended

SX (O) Turbo ACMT

Rs. 11,35,700

1

Value for money upgrade over SX turbo. Consider upgrading for safety features.

 

Speaking of the automatic, the base turbo DCT variant will cost you just a shade over 10 lakh. It has a basic feature set. Buy if you don’t want to stretch your budget further. If you can upgrade, then the SX Plus offers a far better bang for your buck.

HYUNDAI VENUE PETROL | AUTOMATIC VARIANTS RECOMMENDATION

EX-SHOWROOM | AUGUST 2021

Variant

Price

VFM Rank

Recommendation

S (O) Turbo DCT

Rs. 10,01,200

2

Fairly basic feature set and poor value-for-money compared to SX Plus. Buy if you don’t want to stretch your budget.

SX Plus Turbo DCT 

Rs. 11,69,200

1

Better value for money. Top recommended.

What Are The Engine Specifications Of The Hyundai Venue Petrol?

In terms of performance, the Venue has it bang on. On one end, it has the cheaper 1.2-litre normal petrol engine, and on the other end, it has a 1.0L turbo petrol engine.

The normal petrol is no scorcher, but has an acceptable torque-to-weight ratio for city driving. To put things in perspective, you can expect performance similar to a 1.2L petrol i20.  Even on the mileage side, its figure of 17.27kmpl is much better than the WR V’s 16.5kmpl and even better than the Brezza’s petrol MT.

VENUE vs RIVALS | SUB-4M SUV SEGMENT

NORMAL PETROL ENGINE SPECS COMPARISON

 

Venue

EcoSport

Brezza / Urban Cruiser

WR-V

Magnite/Kiger

Sonet

Displacement

1.2L

1.5L

1.5L

1.2L

1.0L

1.2L

Cylinder

4

3

4

4

3

4

Cubic Capacity

1197cc

1496cc

1462cc

1199cc

999cc

1197cc

Maximum Power

83PS @ 6000rpm

122PS @ 6500rpm

105PS @ 6000rpm

90PS @ 6000rpm

72PS @ 6250rpm

83PS @ 6300rpm

Power:Weight

76.78PS/t

97.91PS/t

92.92PS/t

81.37PS/t

76.68PS/t

76PS/t*

Peak Torque

114Nm @ 4000rpm

149Nm @ 4500rpm

138Nm @ 4400rpm

110Nm @ 4800rpm

96Nm @ 3500rpm

115Nm @ 4200rpm

Torque:Weight

105.46Nm/t

119.58Nm/t

122.12Nm/t

99.46Nm/t

102.24Nm/t

105Nm/t*

Manual

Transmission

5MT

5MT

5MT

5MT

5MT

5MT

Manual

Claimed FE

17.27kmpl

15.9kmpl

17.03kmpl

16.5kmpl

18.75kmpl / NA

18.4kmpl

Automatic

Transmission

--

6TC

4TC

--

-- / 5AMT

--

Automatic

Claimed FE

--

14.7kmpl

18.76kmpl (Mild Hybrid)

--

-- / NA

--

*Estimated

The price jump to get the turbo engine is quite high but you also get a serious boost in the Venue’s torque-to-weight ratio. Despite this fantastic performance, its mileage of 18.2kmpl is still comparable with that of the Brezza hybrid’s 18.76kmpl figure. The Kiger and Magnite turbo still have a better mileage figure of 20kmpl.

Finally, the crown jewel of the Venue - ACMT (auto-clutch manual transmission). This option is only available with the turbo petrol engine and it’s the perfect middle ground between total control and maximum convenience. What makes it worth a serious look is its price as it’s available at no extra cost with the SX variant.

From a reliability standpoint, there’s not much that can go wrong in this car as it’s mechanically very simple. If anything, you may find mechanical ghosts hiding in the turbo + dual-clutch automatic combination. No DCT has so far survived the harsh Indian climatic and driving conditions to prove their long-term reliability. So, the ACMT makes a strong case for itself with mechanical simplicity, convenience and total VFM pricing.

VENUE vs COMPETITION | SUB4-M SUV SEGMENT

TURBO-PETROL ENGINE SPECS COMPARISON

 

Venue

XUV300

Magnite

Kiger

Nexon

Sonet

Displacement

1.0L Turbo

1.2L Turbo

1.0L Turbo

1.0L Turbo

1.0L Turbo

1.0L Turbo

1.2L Turbo

1.0L Turbo

Cylinder

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

Cubic Capacity

998cc

1197cc

999cc

999cc

999cc

999cc

1199cc

998cc

Maximum Power

120PS @ 6000rpm

110PS @ 5000rpm

100PS @ 5000rpm

100PS @ 5000rpm

100PS @ 5000rpm

100PS @ 5000rpm

120PS @ 5500rpm

120PS @ 6000rpm

Power:Weight

103.99PS/t

81.43PS/t

98.62PS/t

96.25PS/t

98.81PS/t

96.25PS/t

96.77PS/t

103PS/t*

Peak Torque

172Nm @ 1500 - 4000rpm

200Nm @ 2000 - 3500rpm

160Nm @ 2800 - 3600rpm

152Nm @ 2200 - 4400rpm

160Nm @ 2800 - 3600rpm

152Nm @ 2200 - 4400rpm

170Nm @ 1750 - 4000rpm

172Nm @ 1500 - 4000rpm

Torque:Weight

149.05Nm/t

147.93Nm/t

157.79Nm/t

146.29Nm/t

158.10Nm/t

146.29Nm/t

137.1Nm/t

149Nm/t*

Manual

Transmission

6MT/6ACMT

6MT

5MT

--

5MT

--

6MT

6ACMT

Manual

Claimed FE

18.07kmpl

16.82kmpl

20kmpl

--

20kmpl

--

17.57kmpl

18.2kmpl

Automatic

Transmission

7DCT

6AMT

--

CVT

--

CVT

6AMT

7DCT

Automatic

Claimed FE

17.99kmpl

17kmpl*

--

17.7kmpl

--

17.7kmpl

16.35kmpl

18.3kmpl

*Estimated

What Are The Dimensions Of The Hyundai Venue?

In case of dimensions, the Venue doesn’t win any contests and is middle-of-the-road or slightly above average in all areas. There’s nothing dramatic to report here. Take a look at the Venue’s dimension comparison with its competitors:

VENUE vs COMPETITION | SUB-4M SEGMENT

DIMENSION COMPARISON

 

Venue

Kiger

Magnite

Sonet

XUV300

WR-V

Brezza

Nexon

EcoSport

Length

3995mm

3991mm

3994mm

3995mm

3995mm

3999mm

3995mm

3993mm

3998mm

Width

1770mm

1750mm

1758mm

1790mm

1821mm

1734mm

1790mm

1811mm

1765mm

Height

1605mm

1600mm (w/ rails)

1572mm

1642mm

1627mm

1601mm

1640mm

1606mm

1647mm

Wheelbase

2500mm

2500mm

2500mm

2500mm

2600mm

2555mm

2500mm

2498mm

2519mm

Boot Space

350-lt

405-lt

336-lt

392-lt

257-lt

363-lt

328-lt

350-lt

352-lt

Ground Clearance

190mm*

205mm

205mm

205mm

180mm

188mm

200mm

209mm

200mm

Fuel Tank

45-lt

40-lt

40-lt

45-lt

42-lt

40-lt

48-lt

44-lt

52-lt

Tyre Size (Base)

195/65 R15

NA

195/60 R16

195/65 R15

205/65 R16

195/60 R16

205/60 R16

195/60 R16

195/65 R15

Tyre Size (Top)

215/60 R16

195/60 R16

195/60 R16

215/60 R16

215/55 R17

195/60 R16

215/60 R16

215/60 R16

215/60 R16

*Estimate

What Are The Colour Options Of The Hyundai Venue?

The Venue is available in the following 7 colour options:

  • White
  • Silver
  • Red
  • Blue
  • Grey
  • Green
  • White with black roof

Note: Here is a quick look at our length-based segmentation of cars to give you an idea of how we are classifying cars based on their size:

CLASSIFICATION OF CARS

SEGMENT

SUB-SEGMENT

LENGTH

EXAMPLE

A Segment

A

< 3699mm

Alto, Kwid (Exception), Santro, Celerio

    

B Segment

B1

3700-3850mm

Ignis, GO, Nios, Swift, Tiago

B2

3850-3999mm

Altroz, Baleno, Dzire, Amaze, Nexon, Brezza

    

C Segment

C

4000-4499mm

Ciaz, New City (Exception), Rapid, Creta, Seltos, Compass, T-Roc, Ertiga

    

D Segment

D

4500-4750mm

Octavia, XUV500, Elantra, Civic, Harrier, Hector, Innova, Kodiaq, CR-V

    

D+ Segment

D+

4750+mm

Fortuner, Superb, Endeavour, Camry, Carnival

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lakshya Khanna

Lakshya loves to talk about cars and, therefore, he's mostly in the front of the camera doing the talking. He's usually blunt in his opinion -- good or bad, and backs it up with logic. Lakshya is a senior member of V3Cars editorial team.

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