The Venue is available solely with a 121 HP 1.6-liter four-cylinder that’s mated to either a CVT or six-speed manual, with the former being the most fuel-efficient.
The Venue has funky styling, a reasonable starting price and comprehensive equipment even at the entry-level trim.
Hyundai’s most affordable SUV is powered by a 121 HP, 1.6-liter four and starts at AUD $19,990 for the entry-level Go grade.
Hyundai’s strong performance comes despite the continued slowdown in global economic growth and sales slump in China.
The new Hyundai Venue is the smallest SUV in the company’s family, slotting below the Kona.
Sales of the Hyundai Venue in the United States will commence later this year.
If Hyundai launches a Venue N Line, it should benefit from a series of small updates.
Hyundai has just revealed the small crossover in New York, so it’ll take some time before we see a sportier version.
The Venue is Hyundai’s smallest crossover yet and is positioned to go after the likes of Ford’s EcoSport.
Hyundai’s smallest SUV yet, the Venue, has a unique design with a more squared off appearance.
The Venue, which will be officially unveiled in New York, will be the smallest SUV ever sold by Hyundai in the U.S.
The images show us the front fascia, tailgate and dashboard of the upcoming Venue small crossover.