Say hello to Korea’s newest cheap car, the Hyundai Venue. Competing in the crowded small SUV segment, the Venue is perfect for buyers wanting a well-equipped, affordable, and surprisingly spacious offering.
The Venue is an all-new model, launching in Australia in 2019, and is now the cheapest model that Hyundai sells locally. It is smaller than both the Kona SUV and i30 hatch that Hyundai also sells locally.
The entry-level Venue Go costs just over $20,000, with every variant on sale costing less than $30,000. Both manual and automatic transmissions are available.
The Venue is Hyundai’s cheapest model, with the range starting with the enty-level Go variant that costs $20,190 before on-roads. The most expensive Venue is the Elite, which is priced at $25,740 before on-road costs.
How to use cruise control in Hyundai Venue?
The cruise control in the Hyundai Venue is activated using the steering wheel mounted buttons. Once activated, the Venue will maintain the indicated speed without the need for the driver to apply throttle. The Venue doesn’t have adaptive cruise control, meaning the driver must be ready to apply the brakes when needed.
Is the Hyundai Venue a good car?
The Hyundai Venue represents good value-for-money, and is a compelling option when compared to key rivals in terms. It rides well, is well equipped, and does the job of a small SUV well. You can read more of our Venue reviews below.
Is the Hyundai Venue bigger than the Kona?
No, the Hyundai Venue is smaller than the Kona in almost every dimension. It is shorter (4040mm v 4165mm), skinnier (1770mm v 1800mm), and has a smaller wheelbase (2520mm v 2600mm), but is slightly taller (1592mm v 1565mm) thanks to its bigger glasshouse.