In case you never encountered the Hyundai Venue in its 2020 model year, you have a new opportunity to be introduced with the 2021 model. The Hyundai Venue first appeared on dealership lots just one model year ago, and as such, not many changes have come to it. The Venue is the smallest Hyundai crossover, undercutting the Kona by overall size.
The subcompact crossover features a lot of technology for its price and a lot of practical design choices for a smaller vehicle. Because of this, most of the people who will be interested in the Hyundai Venue are young drivers who don’t plan to have many passengers. Think of the vehicle as a small sedan that drives at crossover height. Cargo space is limited, but its strengths lie in its convenience as a daily driver.
|1.6L 4-Cylinder Engine||Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning||Power Sunroof|
|121 Horsepower||Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection||Automatic Temperature Control|
|113 lb-ft of Torque||Blind-Spot Collision Warning with Lane Change Assist||Proximity Keyless Entry with Remote Start|
|Continuously Variable-Speed Transmission||Driver Attention Warning||8.0-Inch Touchscreen Display|
The audience for this model is rather clearly defined. As one of the smallest subcompact vehicles with a trendy shape, this model won’t be too interesting to older drivers, but students and young couples might find it the perfect answer for their needs. It packs an impressive amount of technology in a small package and plenty of it for comfort. Shoppers seeking maximum safety and security should spare no expense and go for the Ultimate trim.