The Hyundai Venue now gets a fully digital instrument cluster, driving modes, paddle shifters (for the DCT), 4-way electrically adjustable driver seat, two-step reclining rear seatbacks and more. The car is equipped with BlueLink with more than 60 features.

Hyundai Venue Pros

  • A mini-Creta in almost every way! Same formula, in a smaller package
  • Precise build & quality ([I]including interiors[/I]) are easily among the segment best
  • Competent engines mated to slick gearboxes
  • Fast shifting dual-clutch Automatic gearbox available
  • Balanced road manners. Very easy to drive as well
  • Loaded to the gills with equipment (paddle shifters, drive modes, sunroof, BlueLink telematics, cabin air purifier etc.)
  • Top safety equipment includes 6 airbags, BAS, ESP, HSA, ISOFIX and more
  • Hyundai’s competent after-sales & fuss-free ownership experiences

Hyundai Venue Cons

  • Diminutive street presence. Looks more [I]hatchback than SUV[/I] from some angles, especially the rear
  • Strictly a 4-seater; the rear bench has very awkward seating for the middle occupant
  • Missing kit (auto wipers, auto-dimming IRVM, steering reach adjustment…)
  • Long term reliability of the DCT is a concern
  • Engine noise is very prominent, more so in Sport mode
  • AT only on the petrol, not the diesel. Kia Sonet gets a Diesel AT

Read Team-BHP’s detailed 2022 Hyundai Venue Facelift Review.

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