Small car, bold look with big space and practicality
Venue price starts at $18,750.00
Is the Hyundai Venue all new for 2021?
No, the Venue was introduced in 2020 as Hyundai’s latest subcompact crossover. It’s an excellent entry-level car for the urban driver. Biggest change for 2021 is the elimination of a manual transmission. All trim levels now come standard with an Intelligent Variable Transmission (IVT).
Hyundai Venue Trim levels
Hyundai Venue is offered in three trim levels:
- Denim (as tested)
I personally love the name and idea of a Denim Edition. The Denim blue exterior combined with the Denim interior gives the car youth and a sense of fun spirited vibes. The trim level also includes many standard option of safety and aesthetics. For instance Projector LED headlights, Dual power adjustable, roof-color outside mirrors, LED taillights, and Contrasting white roof and select trim pieces. Full list of features listed below in features.
What is the Hyundai Venue warranty?
- 5-year/60,000-mile New Vehicle Warranty
- 10-year/100,000-mile Powertrain Warranty
- 7-year/Unlimited-mile Anti-Perforation Warranty
- 3-year/36,000-mile Complimentary Maintenance
What engine comes with the Hyundai Venue ?
1.6L DPI DOHC 4-Cylinder
The 1.6L 4-Cylinder produces 121 horsepower with 113 ft-lbs of torque. Considering the size and intended use of this vehicle, 121 horsepower is adequate power. It’s zippy from a stand still up to normal operating speeds.
Engine is mated to an Intelligent Variable Transmission (IVT).
What are the interior features of the Hyundai Venue ?
The Venue is small in appearance from the exterior. After stepping in for the first time I was taken back by the spacious interior. The features struck me as trendy and hip. It has an impression of good fit and finish considering it’s an entry-level car.
Very surprised for an 8-inch touchscreen with strong infotainment capabilities including Apple Carplay and Android Auto. The technology available is above entry-level car standards.
How does the Hyundai Venue drive?
I have two perspectives to answer this question:
As a fairly tall, family man, It’s very spacious and user friendly. Easy to drive and not overwhelming. Simple features allow you to use this car as a resource to get from point A to B. It’s a tool that gets the job done and looks good doing it.
As a car enthusiast, Not sports car by any means, but not designed to be. I appreciate the efforts of making a resourceful car with “custom touches”. The 17-inch wheels, white roof, chrome grill, LED lights and Denim interior to name a few. Hyundai brought the details! I had a very pleasant time driving the car.
Perfect price point for the amount of technology, looks and safety involved. Great boxy styling, youthful car with versatility/practicality. The Venue serves it’s purpose and you really can’t ask for more. Additionally it rates with a four start government safety rating. It fits a particualr segment and it checks off all the boxes.
Hyundai Venue Features
- 1.6L DPI DOHC 4-Cylinder
- Continuous Variable Valve Timing
- Intelligent Variable Transmission
- Hillstart Assist Control
- Drive Mode Select including Snow Mode
- Rear Disc Brakes
- AM/FM/HD Audio System with 6 Speakers
- 8-Inch Navigation Touchscreen
- Android Auto & Apple Carplay
- Sirius XM Capable
- Sliding Armrest Storage Box
- Proximity Key with Push Start
- Heated Front Seats
- Blue Link Connected Services 3-years Standard (enrollment req)
- Leather WHeel Mounted Audio & Cruise Controls
- Tilt & Telescopic Steering Wheel
- 6-way Adjustable Driver Seat Including Height Adjustment
- 60/40 Split Folding Rear Seat
- Forward Collision Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection
- Lane Keeping Assist and Driver Attention Warning
- Blind Spot Collision Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Collision Warning
- Font, Front Side Impact & Side Curtain Airbags
- Rearview Camera
- Tire Pressure Monitoring System
- Electronic Stability Control with Traction Control
*Features available with Denim Edition trim
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