The number of SUVs in the market today makes you wonder whether carmakers really need to put out some more. But just before you digest things over, another carmaker brings around a new SUV, subcompact, full-size or something of the kind.
The Hyundai Venue draws the power from a 121-hp four-cylinder engine. It is complemented with a six-speed manual transmission and a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) is optional on the base model. It comes as standard on the SEL and Denim trims. The Venue is specifically a front-drive only.
To be fair enough, the Venue is a relatively small car that is only making attempts to be great. But it still affords to give passengers quite a roomy cabin that offers ample passenger space.
In many aspects, the interior is well assembled and bolstered by sturdy switchgear. The instruments therein further make the Venue a vehicle to look out for in 2020. It boasts an attractive gauge cluster and infotainment system.
The steering is all leather-wrapped and the heated front seats make things warmer. Higher models get a push-button start button.
The good thing about cars such as the Hyundai Venue is that they don’t necessarily come to compete, but rather to carve out a space of its own. With this in mind, the good Venue makes use of a beautiful inclining design and awesomely attractive finishing.
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