Hyundai Venue price hiked; now starts at Rs 6.75 lakh

    Depending on the variant, Hyundai has increased prices by Rs 5,000-12,000.

    Published On Oct 18, 2020 09:00:00 AM


    Hyundai Venue price hiked; now starts at Rs 6.75 lakh

    The Hyundai Venue price range now starts at Rs 6.75 lakh and goes up to Rs 12.65 lakh, due to a price hike. Hyundai has also taken the opportunity to rationalise the Venue variant line-up, reducing the number on offer from 24 to 19.

    • Hyundai Venue prices hiked by up to Rs 12,000
    • Variants reduced from 24 to 19
    • Venue prices now start higher than the Kia Sonet

    Hyundai Venue prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    VariantNew priceOld priceDifference
    Venue 1.2P ERs 6.75 lakhRs 6.70 lakh+Rs 5,000
    Venue 1.2P SRs 7.47 lakhRs 7.40 lakh+Rs 7,000
    Venue 1.2P S+Rs 8.39 lakhRs 8.32 lakh+Rs 7,000
    Venue 1.0 T-GDi SRs 8.53 lakhRs 8.46 lakh+Rs 7,000
    Venue 1.0 T-GDi DCT SRs 9.67 lakhRs 9.60 lakh+Rs 7,000
    Venue 1.0 T-GDi SXRs 9.86 lakhRs 9.79 lakh+Rs 7,000
    Venue 1.0 T-GDi SX DT-Rs 9.94 lakh-
    Venue 1.0 T-GDi iMT SXRs 9.99 lakhRs 9.99 lakh-
    Venue 1.0 T-GDi iMT SX SportRs 10.27 lakhRs 10.20 lakh+Rs 7,000
    Venue 1.0 T-GDi SX(O)Rs 10.92 lakhRs 10.85 lakh+Rs 7,000
    Venue 1.0 T-GDi SX(O) DT-Rs 10.95 lakh-
    Venue 1.0 T-GDi iMT SX(O)Rs 11.15 lakhRs 11.09 lakh+Rs 6,000
    Venue 1.0 T-GDi iMT SX(O) SportRs 11.28 lakhRs 11.21 lakh+Rs 7,000
    Venue 1.0 T-GDi DCT SX+Rs 11.48 lakhRs 11.36 lakh+Rs 12,000
    Venue 1.0 T-GDi DCT SX+ DT-Rs 11.51 lakh-
    Venue 1.0 T-GDi DCT SX+ SportRs 11.65 lakhRs 11.58 lakh+Rs 7,000
    Venue 1.5D ERs 8.17 lakhRs 8.10 lakh+Rs 7,000
    Venue 1.5D SRs 9.08 lakhRs 9.01 lakh+Rs 7,000
    Venue 1.5D SXRs 9.99 lakhRs 9.99 lakh-
    Venue 1.5D SX DT-Rs 10.28 lakh-
    Venue 1.5D SX SportRs 10.37 lakhRs 10.31 lakh+Rs 6,000
    Venue 1.5D SX(O)Rs 11.47 lakhRs 11.40 lakh+Rs 7,000
    Venue 1.5D SX(O) DT-Rs 11.50 lakh-
    Venue 1.5D SX(O) SportRs 11.59 lakhRs 11.53 lakh+Rs 6,000

    Hyundai Venue variants re-shuffle

    When Venue iMT prices were revealed in June 2020, there were 24 variants of the compact SUV on offer but now, Hyundai Motor India, has removed the dual-tone versions of the SX and SX(O) variants. Since the new Sport variants, which come with red highlights on the exterior and interior, are available with dual-tone colour options and are on offer with the Venue SX and SX(O) trims, Hyundai has done away with the redundant versions. However, this means that the Venue turbo in manual form will only be available in monotone exterior finishes.

    Hyundai Venue price and rivals

    Due to the price hike, Kia Sonet prices now start Rs 4,000 lower than the Venue’s. However, at Rs 12.89 lakh*, the range-topping Sonet GTX+ is still quite a bit pricier than the Venue 1.0 T-GDi DCT SX+ Sport (Rs 11.65 lakh). Compared to the other five compact SUVs on sale right now, the Toyota Urban Cruiser, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Ford EcoSport, Mahindra XUV300 and Tata Nexon, the Venue is still quite well-priced for what’s on offer, especially in terms of equipment.

    Despite the price hike, there’s no doubt the Venue will continue to be a volume driver for Hyundai, even with a number of competitive rivals in the compact SUV space.

    *Introductory price

    Also see:

    Hyundai Venue long term review, second report

    Hyundai Venue iMT video review

    Sonet vs Venue comparison video

    India-made Hyundai Creta exports cross 2,00,000 units

    Hyundai Verna prices now start at Rs 9.03 lakh

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