Crossover Hyundai Venue conquered India and got to KoreaAugust 26, 2019
In the Indian car market, this compact SUV appeared in May this year and immediately caused a real stir among local motorists.
This increased interest of Indian residents in the Hyundai Venue is in no hurry to subside, as evidenced by current sales statistics. Only three months after entering the Indian market, this SUV was required to collect over 70 thousand orders for the new product. Such a crossover received a rich engine range for every taste: a 1.2-liter 83-horsepower aspirated, a 120-liter liter turbo engine, and a 90-horsepower 1.4-liter diesel engine. As transmissions, the manufacturer proposed a manual transmission in five or six steps, as well as a seven-speed “robot”. But the drive is a non-alternative front.
Last month, the Hyundai Venue made it to Korea. The version for the home market differs markedly from the Indian SUV. It is she who will receive global status. So, the length of the “Korean” crossover reaches the mark of 4,040 mm, and its wheelbase is 2,520 mm.
Buyers will be offered new options for body painting and original interior design. In addition, in the homeland of Hyundai Venue relies a special version of “Fluxe” with a decor of rich neon green and an exclusive radiator grille.
Already in the “base” Venue for Korea immediately receives six airbags, a head unit, as well as a good set of electronic assistants responsible for the safety of the driver and his passengers. The top-end crossover boasts a leather interior, wireless charging for a smartphone, seats and a heated steering wheel, cruise control and many other options that the SUV in India did not have. One engine is the 1.6-liter Smartstream aspirated 123 hp. A couple of him is either a six-speed manual transmission or a variator. Next year, Venue for Korea will receive a modern one and a half liter turbodiesel with a return of 115 hp.
The most affordable Hyundai Venue in Korea will have to pay 14,730,000 won. For comparison, in India this SUV is much more affordable – from 650,000 rupees
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