Hyundai Philippines has officially unveiled the Hyundai Venue, it's the newest vehicle in the subcompact crossover segment. It will be slotted under the Hyundai Kona in the brand’s local lineup in the country. The all-new vehicle brings with it a powerful 1.6-liter gasoline engine along with two variants that both come well equipped for their price point.
On the outside, the Hyundai Venue comes with a wide face that comes with urban styling. Just like its bigger brother the Kona it too comes with split-level headlights. The headlamps are located towards the centerline of the front fascia of the vehicle, while its signal lights have been placed closer to the hood. It also comes with a large grille to meet the vehicle’s theme of youthful fun, energy, and excitement. In terms of lighting the Hyundai Venue comes with LED daytime running lights, bi-function halogen headlamps, and LED position lamps.
Moving on to the side of the vehicle and it comes with chiseled features as well as black plastic cladding near its side skirts. It also comes with a sloping beltline that extends from the hood of the car all the way to the tailgate at the rear of the vehicle. Along these character lines, the Venue also comes with 17-inch alloy wheels and roof rails as standard.
At the rear, the Hyundai Venue sports squared off design accented by its unique Z-shaped LED taillights. Hyundai states that the Z themed lights are meant to give the vehicle a more vibrant personality. Other features at the rear include lower bumper located reverse lamps, and a faux silver skid plate.
Interior and technology
On the inside, the Hyundai Venue comes with a simple yet durable interior. It comes with a black and gray theme with the fabric being the only option in the way of seating materials. The Venue also features simple to use climate controls as well as easy to read analog gauges. At the center of the cabin is an 8-inch display audio touch screen that comes equipped with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities. The infotainment system also doubles as a rearview camera that helps guide you when parking the vehicle.
When it comes to space the Hyundai Venue provides a generous amount of it. The vehicle comes with 355-liters of cargo space as standard with the second row up. If you are in need of more space you can simply fold the 60/40 second row and cargo space doubles. The Venue also comes with a dual-level luggage board that can help you maximize your space when carrying multiple smaller items.
When it comes to safety the Hyundai Venue is well equipped. It comes with a total of 6 airbags consisting of two at the front for the driver and front passenger, and the other four consist of side and curtain airbags. Other safety features included in the subcompact crossover are, ABS with EBD, 3-point seatbelts for all occupants, and vehicle stability control. The vehicle also comes with Advanced High-Strength Steel to help further absorb and mitigate damage to occupants in the event of a crash.
Under the hood, the Hyundai Venue comes powered by a 1.6-liter multi-point injection gasoline engine. It can produce a maximum of 121 hp at 6,300rpm and 151 Nm of torque at 4,850rpm. The South Korean subcompact crossover comes with only one transmission option, with it being a 6-speed automatic.
The all-new Hyundai Venue starts a little above P15,000 above the P900,000 mark for its entry-level variant, while its highest trim-level is just P15,000 shy of 1 million. For more information about the Hyundai Venue’s pricing, you can check its price list on our website.
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