Hyundai Venue: Take your Venue to a new Venue! | Reviews Nepal
"Can Nepal be the new Venue?"
Hyundai Venue Review
Scrolling down from pages to pages of both Google and YouTube, we found a lot of reviews for Hyundai Venue; and to tell you the truth, they were all the same. The specs, engine, handling"¦., but all in city roads. So, our team decided to give a different perspective to it. "Welcome to Reviews."
"Nepal is the new Venue." This means fewer roads and more terrain lands. Dust, dirt, mud, potholes; is Hyundai Venue really worth it?
Hyundai Venue Exterior
This SUV is undoubtedly going to be the talk of the town. The dark chrome front grille makes the car look attractive. The projector headlamp with LED DRL makes sure that you are recognized, even from far away. The LED Tail Lamps are distinct from the unique crystal effect. The boot space of the SUV is spacious enough. In general, the exterior of the car is solid yet sporty.
Hyundai Venue Interior
Talking about the interior, the car has all the necessary features including advanced supervision cluster with rheostat, rear AC vents, wireless phone charger, air purifier, driver rearview monitor, and rear parking assist system. The venue could have a little bigger infotainment system, not that we are complaining about the 20.32 cm, which works fine. The seats are perfect enough to fit in all five passengers, leaving no extra space.
Hyundai Venue Engine
Hyundai Venue comes with three different engine options. 1.2 kappa petrol, 1.0 kappa turbo GDi petrol, and 1.4 U2 CRDi diesel engine. The review unit we got is the 1.0 kappa turbo GDi petrol engine. It produces the maximum power of 120 ps at 6000 rpm. GDi is a new approach to fuel injection for increased fuel efficiency and high power output. The fuel tank capacity of the car is 45 liters.
Hyundai Venue Price in Nepal
Hyundai Venue comes in seven different colors. They are all trendy and gives a vibrant feel. The starting price of the car is 34,96,000 NRS.
Taking this car with urban vibes into the wild was not bad. The smart electric sunroof once opened lets enough light and fresh air to breath. The SUV has the ground clearance of 195 mm, making it comfortable in the off-roads too. The handling of the car was smooth, even in the roads far away from cities. In cities, it runs as smoothly as the butter in the hot pan.
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