Hyundai Venue will appear on the Australian market in late SeptemberSeptember 5, 2019
Already in the base, this Korean SUV gets a rich list of available options.
A compact crossover Hyundai Venue will enter the Australian market at the end of this month. The cost of new items starts at around 19,990 Australian dollars (or 13,433 US dollars). In the initial version, the Venue Go SUV is equipped with standard multimedia with an 8-inch display that supports Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a rear view camera, LED headlights, cruise control, and a hillside assistance system.
The Active version will additionally receive LED DRLs, side mirrors with electric and LED turn signals, multimedia with six speakers, 15-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors and leather trim on the steering wheel and gearbox selector. Such a Venue will cost more – 21,490 Australian dollars or 14,441 US dollars.
The top cross differs from other two-tone body color, 17-inch drives, LED headlights, a number of security systems, etc. It costs AU $ 25,490 or US $ 17,129.
The 1.6-liter engine, combined with manual or automatic, is responsible for the performance of the Hyundai Venue. The drive is a non-alternative front, but the crossover’s driving characteristics are significantly improved thanks to the Traction Mode system. It optimizes grip on the roads, whether it is snow, mud or sand.
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