Hyundai Venue prices up by Rs 12,100; 4 variants discontinued

    Ahead of the launch of the Venue facelift; prices for the current-gen model have been hiked.

    Published On May 04, 2022 06:02:00 PM


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    Hyundai India has increased the prices of its compact SUV, the Venue, for the second time this year. The Korean automaker has cited rising operational and input costs for the hike. A major update to the Venue compact SUV is due in the coming months.

    • Venue prices increased by up to Rs 12,100
    • Highest percentage hike of 1.72 percent implemented on the base variant
    • Venue facelift due in the coming months

    Hyundai Venue variant-wise price hike: May 2022

    The previous price increase was announced in January. The base price of the Venue E variant has been hiked to Rs 7.11 lakh, and other petrol-powered variants have seen a Rs 12,000 increase. This includes the variants which feature the 1.2-litre naturally aspirated engine and the 1.0-litre turbo-petrol, respectively. Therefore, the Venue petrol now ranges from Rs 7.11 lakh-11.82 lakh.

    VariantsNew PriceOld PriceDifference
    1.2 ERs 7.11 lakhRs 6.99 lakhRs 12,000
    1.2 SRs 7.91 lakhRs 7.79 lakhRs 12,000
    1.2 S+Rs 8.78 lakhRs 8.66 lakhRs 12,000
    1.0 SXRs 10.21 lakhRs 10.09 lakhRs 12,000
    1.0 SX iMTRs 10.21 lakhRs 10.09 lakhRs 12,000
    1.0 SX+ DCTRs 11.82 lakhRs 11.70 lakhRs 12,000

    Meanwhile, diesel versions of the Venue have witnessed a hike in price of Rs 12,100, except for the diesel SX trim. The diesel, which uses the 100hp, 1.5-litre engine, now starts at Rs 9.99 lakh and goes up to Rs 11.83 lakh. Sources tell us that Hyundai has discontinued some variants of the Venue compact SUV like the S (O) IMT, Venue S (O) DCT, SX (O) IMT and Venue Diesel S (O).

    VariantsNew PriceOld PriceDifference
    1.5 SXRs 9.99 lakhRs 9.99 lakhRs 0
    1.5 SX(O) ExecutiveRs 11.20 lakhRs 11.08 lakhRs 12,100
    1.5 SX(O)Rs 11.83 lakhRs 11.71 lakhRs 12,100

    Hyundai Venue rivals and plans for India

    The Venue rivals the likes of the Kia Sonet, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300, Nissan Magnite, Renault Kiger and the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza (also due for a full model change soon) in our market (all prices ex-showroom, India). Apart from the mid-cycle facelift, the Venue will also get a sportier N-Line variant, similar to the i20 N-Line.

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