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Hyundai Venue: Variants Check

The Venue sub-4m SUV is available in five variants: E, S, SX, SX(O) & SX+

Hyundai Venue: Variants Check
Hyundai Venue: Variants Check
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2019-05-22T11:45:07+05:30

Venue launched with prices ranging between Rs 6.5 lakh and Rs 11.10 lakh (ex-showroom, India).

  • Base-spec E variant available with just 1.2-litre petrol and 1.4-litre diesel.

  • Petrol-automatic 1.0-litre turbo-petrol with 7-speed DCT only available in S and SX+ variants.

  • Only manual transmissions available with top-spec SX(O) variant.

  • Top-spec variant the only one to come with 6 airbags and remote BlueLink connectivity.

  • The Hyundai Venue sub-compact SUV has been launched in India with prices ranging between Rs 6.5 lakh and Rs 11.10 lakh (ex-showroom, India). It is offered in five variants -- E, S, SX, SX(O) and SX+ -- which are available with varying powertrains. The SX+ is only available with the petrol-automatic while the top-spec SX(O) will be available with the manual transmissions for the 1.0-litre turbo-petrol and 1.4-litre diesel engines. Meanwhile, the 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated petrol-manual is only offered on the E and S variants and the base-spec variant can’t be had with the turbo-petrol engine.

    Here’s a quick recap of the engine specification of the Venue:

    The full price list (ex-showroom, India) of the Venue is as follows:

    Let’s first get into the features that differentiate the manual transmission variants of the new Hyundai Venue.

    Hyundai Venue E (base-spec)

    Features

    Safety: Dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, front seatbelts with pretensioners, ISOFIX child seat anchor, day/night IRVM, rear parking sensors, auto door lock, front seatbelt reminders and speed alert

    Exterior: Body coloured bumpers and door handles

    Interior: Full cloth material seat covers, all-black theme

    Comfort: Tilt adjustable steering, front power windows, front power socket, manual AC

    Wheels: 15-inch steel with full wheel covers

    Hyundai Venue S (base-spec to buy)

    Features (over E variant)

    Safety: Headlamp escort function, rear defogger

    Exterior: Roof rails, dark chrome front grille, body-coloured ORVMs

    Interior: Khaki dual tone theme with Deep Forest exterior paint.

    Comfort: Keyless entry, electrically adjustable ORVMs, rear AC vents with rear power socket, fixed front centre armrest with storage, all power windows, cooled glovebox, passenger-side vanity mirror

    Audio: 2-DIN system for FM/AM, USB and Bluetooth; front and rear speakers, front tweeter and steering-mounted audio controls.

    Hyundai Venue SX (mid-spec)

    Features (over S variant)

    Safety: Front fog lamps (projector type), rear camera

    Exterior: Projector headlamps with cornering function and LED DRLs, LED taillamps, indicators on ORVMs, shark fin antenna

    Interior: Height adjustable driver’s seat, electric sunroof, adjustable headrests for rear seat, leather steering wheel and gear knob, leather seats (fabric+PU) and denim blue dual tone interior on dual tone options only.

    Comfort: Auto headlamps,Auto AC, power folding ORVMs, cruise control, USB charger, front centre armrest and door armrest on dual-tone version only.

    Infotainment: 8-inch touchscreen display with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and Arkamys sound system

    Wheels: 16-inch alloys

    Hyundai Venue SX(O) (top-spec for manual gearbox)

    Features (over SX variant)

    Safety: Side and curtain airbags (total 6), ESC, VSM, HAC and brake assist

    Exterior: Chrome door handles

    Interior: Leather+fabric upholstery, sliding front armrest, rear armrest with cupholders, 60:40 split folding rear seat,

    Comfort: Smart key with push-button start, wireless charging pad, rear wiper and washer

    Technology: Hyundai BlueLink with remote function and telematic controls for SOS, RSA and BlueLink on the IRVM, navigation

    Hyundai is also introducing the 7-speed dual-clutch automatic option for the 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine and here’s how those variant choices differ:

    Hyundai Venue S (base-spec petrol-automatic choice)

    Safety: Headlamp escort function, rear defogger, electronic stability control, brake assist, hill assist control and vehicle stability management

    Exterior: Roof rails, dark chrome front grille, body-coloured ORVMs

    Interior: Khaki dual tone theme with Deep Forest exterior paint.

    Comfort: Keyless entry, electrically adjustable ORVMs, rear AC vents with rear power socket, fixed front centre armrest with storage, all power windows, cooled glovebox, passenger-side vanity mirror

    Audio: 2-DIN system for FM/AM, USB and Bluetooth; front and rear speakers, front tweeter and steering mounted audio controls.

    Hyundai Venue SX+ (top-spec automatic option, not as secure as SX(O))

    Features (over S variant)

    Safety: Front fog lamps(projector), rear camera

    Exterior: Projector headlamps with cornering function, LED taillamps, LED DRLs, indicators on ORVMs, shark fin antenna, chrome door handles

    Interior: Height adjustable driver’s seat, electric sunroof, adjustable headrests for rear seat, leather steering wheel and gear knob, leather seats (fabric+PU) and denim blue dual tone interior on dual tone options only, air purifier.

    Comfort: Wireless charging, Auto AC, power folding ORVMs, cruise control, electric sunroof, USB charger, push-button start-stop with smart key, auto headlamps

    Technology: Hyundai Blue Link, telematic controls for SOS, RSA and BlueLink on the IRVM

    Infotainment: 8-inch touchscreen display with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay & navigation, Arkamys sound tuning

    Wheels: 16-inch alloys


    Source: cardekho.com

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