The Hyundai Venue comes in three trims: SE, SEL and Denim. The Hyundai Venue
SE ($18,600) includes forward collision avoidance with emergency braking, lane-keeping assist, a driver attention monitor, power windows, power door locks, power mirrors and an automatic transmission. Also standard are 15-in alloy wheels, an 8-in touch-screen display with
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, USB and MP3 auxiliary input jacks, a rearview camera, Bluetooth, 4-speaker audio system with AM/FM and HD Radio, air conditioning, cruise control and rear drum brakes. The Venue
SEL ($20,500) has more standard features for 2021, including power sunroof, blind-spot monitoring, sliding armrest, and leather-trimmed steering wheel and shift knob. It also includes automatic climate control, 17-in wheels, rear disc brakes, chrome grille, roof side rails, dual USB charging ports, voice recognition for the Bluetooth hands-free phone, two additional speakers, and a driver’s auto-up power window. The SEL can be optioned with the Premium package that includes heated front seats, navigation, LED headlights, keyless access with push-button start, heated outside mirrors and the Blue Link Connected Car System. The Venue
Denim (est. $22,250) adds all the features of the SEL minus the power sunroof, plus all the features in the SEL’s Premium package. It comes in exclusive denim color with white roof and denim color interior treatment.
The 2021 Venue includes a full suite of active and passive safety systems. Included are front and front-side impact airbags, front and rear side-curtain airbags, electronic stability control and a rearview camera. Standard driver assists include forward collision warning with pedestrian detection, lane-keeping assist and a driver attention monitor. Blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert is now standard on SEL and Denim models. In government crash testing, NHTSA gave the 2020 Hyundai Venue four out of five stars overall.
2022 Hyundai Venue vs the competition
2021 Kia Soul – The Soul has its own boxy attitude and a starting price that undercuts the Venue. It also has more power. Base models offer a manual transmission but don’t have the Venue’s active safety systems.
2020 Nissan Kicks — The Kicks has similar power and efficiency as the Venue, along with its own sense of style. It offers neat tech like a surround-view camera system and rear automatic braking.
2020 Toyota C-HR — Like the Venue, the C-HR is only offered with front-wheel drive. Its radical exterior makes it less practical when it comes to outward visibility and interior space. The C-HR has a bit more power than the Venue but starts at a higher price.
Used Hyundai Tucson – For a similar price as a new Venue, you can step up a couple of sizes to a Tucson and get more power, features and room for friends and gear.
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