Hyundai Venue facelift has disclosed the price range for the updated Venue model in India, with entry-level costs starting at Rs 7.53 lakh and rising to Rs 12.57 lakh for the top-end turbo-petrol DCT option (all prices ex-showroom, India). Bookings are currently being accepted for a nominal fee of Rs 21,000, and according to the brand, the wait time for some versions has already increased to 16 weeks.
With a digital instrument cluster, drive modes, and six airbags, the facelifted Venue, which competes with the Maruti Brezza, sees an improvement in equipment.
- receives a new dual-tone interior and enhanced external appearance.
- The updated Hyundai Venue features a fully digital instrument panel.
- will compete head-to-head with the Brezza, Sonet, and Nexon
Here is a glance at the complete price list for the updated 2022 Hyundai Venue. Please be aware that the price for dual-tone colour selections will increase by Rs 15,000
The Venue 1.2 is Rs 38,000 less expensive than the Kia Sonet 1.2 and Rs 1,000 less expensive than the Tata Nexon petrol at a starting price of Rs 7.53 lakh for the base petrol. Starting at Rs 9.99 lakh, the Venue 1.0T is Rs 1,000 more expensive than the Kia Sonet 1.0T. The Venue diesel line-up, on the other hand, has a starting price of Rs 9.99 lakh, which is Rs 1.11 lakh more expensive than its Sonet equivalent and Rs 15,000 cheaper than the Nexon diesel.
Hyundai Venue facelift in 2022: engine options
The new Venue is powered by the same 1.2-litre engine with 83 horsepower, 1.0-litre turbocharged engine with 120 horsepower, and 1.5-liter engine with 100 horsepower as its predecessor. Similar engine options are available in both the Kia Sonet and the Venue, although the Sonet offers a diesel-automatic option, while the Venue does not.
The 1.2-litre petrol engine in the entry-level E and S variants is coupled to a 5-speed manual transmission, while all the engine options are available in the mid-level S+/S(O) trims. Only manual gearbox options are available for the facelifted Venue’s SX, which is paired with 1.2-litre gasoline or 1.5-litre diesel engine.
The top-spec Venue SX(O) model, on the other hand, comes with a 1.0 turbo-petrol engine and both an iMT and a 7-speed DCT transmission. The 1.5 diesel engine is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission as well. The upgraded Venue now has three drive modes, Eco, Normal, and Sport, which can be selected using a new rotary dial on the centre console. This function was previously available on the Kia Sonet, a sibling model.
Hyundai Venue facelift in 2022: features, interior, and exterior
Significant aesthetic alterations are made to the front and back of the updated Venue. While some aesthetic elements on the front will also be visible on the next Tucson SUV and the Creta facelift that is sold abroad, the styling of the nose is reminiscent of the full-size Hyundai Palisade SUV.
Although the main headlight cluster’s design hasn’t changed, the all-new front grille now has a dark chrome finish and, on higher versions, LED projector lights. The grille and internals of LED DRLs have been combined into a single housing after revision. Along with a bigger central air inlet and black contrasting trim, the front bumper has also been modified.
The 16-inch, dual-tone alloy wheels receive a new look despite there being no significant changes to the shape. The rear’s remodelled taillamps now have new LED lighting components and are linked to one another by a light bar that is positioned horizontally. Additionally, the rear bumper has undergone aesthetic changes, receiving a new black contrast accent with reflectors. The redesigned Venue has a more modern appearance thanks to this brilliant style change at the back.
Significant interior changes are also made to the Venue makeover. A new dual-tone black and beige interior colour option are available. A few noteworthy feature additions on the Venue facelift include a reclining rear seat, an air purifier, dual USB C-slots for the rear passengers located below the rear AC vents, a wireless phone charger, paddle shifters, and a driver’s seat that is electrically adjustable in four different directions, among other things.
Hyundai Venue facelift Features:
In terms of technological advancements, the new Venue’s entirely digital instrument cluster with programmable themes resembles the Kia Carens. Additionally, it receives a newly redesigned software that supports up to 60 connected car features and over-the-air updates, an extensively revised 8-inch touchscreen system with built-in navigation, and other upgrades. The infotainment system comes with Alexa and Google Voice Assistant as standard equipment.
The Venue facelift adds six airbags, ESC, VSM, and hill-assist control, among other safety features.
Furthermore, Hyundai’s latest feature, Sounds of Nature, which debuted on the Genesis luxury car lineup, is exported with the Venue facelift. It plays calming acoustic music, such as waves or a crackling fire “as read and reported by www.autocarindia.com”.