Because of the hype, buyers will have to wait two months for their Hyundai VenueJune 14, 2019
The small SUV Hyundai Venue went on sale in the Indian car market only on May 21. However, due to the large number of completed pre-orders, those wishing to purchase a novelty will have to wait a few weeks.
The new subcompact crossover Hyundai Venue began to enjoy increased interest from Korean maca fans long before the official sales stratum. Currently, over 15,000 drivers have made prepayment for the new SUV. Because of this, buyers have to wait for their copies of new items up to eight weeks. The production capacity of the Indian plant of the company is enough to release only 9 thousand of such crossovers monthly.
Experts have linked the hype around Hyundai Venue to a very attractive price tag: asking for Rs 650,000 for the basic version of the crossover.
The length of the car reaches 3,995 mm, and under its hood can hide one of the three available power units. This is a 83-horsepower 1.2-liter petrol engine, a 120-horsepower T-GDI turbo engine or a 1.4-liter diesel engine with a power output of 90 hp. “Junior” engine combined with 5 speed manual transmission; for the turbo engine and diesel engine manufacturer offers a six-step “mechanics” or “robot”. Drive – no alternative front.
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