Hyundai Venue Enters List of Top 10 Most-Selling Cars in India, 8763 Units Sold in June 2019
At its launch, the Venue was introduced in a total of 13 variants including five diesel and eight petrol variants across four trim levels – E, S, SX, and SX(0).
Hyundai Venue. (Image: Arjit Garg/ News18)
Auto manufacturers witnessed a steady dip in sales for the month of June 2019. New entrants such as the Hyundai Venue and Mahindra XUV300 have created quite a stir and have climbed the charts within months of their launch. Just over a month of being launched, the Hyundai Venue has already secured a spot in the top 10 cars in India with a sales figure of at 8,763 units in June.
At its launch, the Venue was introduced in a total of 13 variants including five diesel and eight petrol variants across four trim levels – E, S, SX, and SX(0). It comes with three engine options -- a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol unit, 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol unit and a 1.4-litre diesel engine. The Venue will be Hyundai’s first model in India to offer in-house developed 7-Speed and an automatic gearbox with DCT technology. Alongside this, it gets a 6-speed and a 5-speed manual transmission as well.
The Hyundai Venue is the brand’s first model in India to feature the ‘Blue Link’ connectivity solution, with 33 connected features. It gets features like remote start-stop, remote climate control and remote door lock/unlock, along with a find my car function. The Venue also gets live car tracking, geo-fencing and speed alerts that can all be checked via an app that connects to the SUV.
It comes in seven monotone colour options offered across all variants of the car-- Star Dust, Fiery Red, Polar White, Typhoon Silver, Deep Forest, Lava Orange and Denim Blue (the last three being new colours for Hyundai). Apart from the monochrome option, the Venue will also be available in three dual colour options--blue with white roof, orange with black roof and white with black roof.
The tray of safety features in the Venue comes with 6 airbags, speed sensing auto door unlock, ESC/ESP & (Vehicle Stability Management), HAC (Hill Assist Control), BAS (Brake Assist System) and ISOFIX mounts. Onto one of the most exciting parts of the Hyundai Venue – the Blue Link connected car technology. Hyundai says that Blue Link will allow owners to remotely start the Venue or open the doors, control the climate, sound the horn and control the light as well. It will also provide real-time traffic information, detect vehicle theft, track and immobilize the Venue remotely.
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