Hyundai Venue 2024 gets comprehensive improvements at a starting price of $21,135
Bold and straight forward, the Hyundai Venue enters its fifth model year without any major changes, just a few successive improvements. Keyless entry and ignition, previously available only on the Limited model, is now also standard on the midrange SEL trim. The six-speaker sound system, previously offered on the SEL and Limited, is now standard across the range, and the SEL and Limited now also feature dual USB charging ports for rear-seat passengers.
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Powertrain specifications and MPG
All places are powered by a 121-hp 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a continuously variable automatic transmission. Despite its compact SUV shape, the Venue is only available with front-wheel drive. The EPA rates fuel economy at 29/33/31 mpg city/highway/combined.
Standard and available safety features
Even at its lower base price, the Venue comes standard with forward collision warning with pedestrian detection, automatic emergency braking, active lane departure mitigation, and driver attention warning. SEL and Limited add blind-spot monitors and rear cross-traffic alert.
Pricing and trimming levels
Hyundai Venue 2024 is on sale now. Full line pricing (all prices include destination) is as follows:
- Southeast: $21,135
- torrent: $23,135
- Limited: $24,385
The SE rides on 15-inch wheels and features a height-adjustable driver’s seat, a tilt-and-telescoping steering column, heated outside mirrors, and an 8-inch touchscreen with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay., And a six-speaker audio system.
Moving up to the SEL upgrades the rear brakes from drums to discs and places them behind 17-inch wheels. It also adds a sunroof, keyless entry and start, dual-zone automatic climate control and the aforementioned safety equipment.
At the top of the line, the Limited Edition includes LED headlights and taillights, heated front seats, navigation, and wireless phone charging.
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