Hyundai launched the all-new Venue in the Indian market last year and the car has already become extremely popular in the market. The all-new Venue is currently the second-best-selling vehicle in the segment and it takes on the likes of Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Ford EcoSport, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300 and the likes. Before the official deadline of 31st March for registering BS4 cars in India, Hyundai has launched the BS6 compliant Venue in the market. Both diesel and petrol engine options of the car are now BS6 compliant but there is a minimum price difference of Rs 19,000 and maximum price difference of Rs 55,000 on the cars. The range now starts at Rs 8.09 lakhs, which is Rs 33,000 more than the previous base version. Hyundai has introduced the new 1.5-litre diesel engine option that is available with the Kia Seltos.
Here is the detailed price of the Hyundai Venue BS6 petrol and diesel:
|Venue Petrol||BS6 Price||BS4 Price||Difference|
|Venue E 1.2 MT||6.70 Lakh||6.51 Lakh||19,000|
|Venue S 1.2 MT||7.40 Lakh||7.21 Lakh||19,000|
|Venue S 1.0L MT||8.46 Lakh||8.22 Lakh||24,000|
|Venue S 1.0L 7DCT||9.60 Lakh||9.36 Lakh||24,000|
|Venue SX 1.0L MT||9.79 Lakh||9.55 Lakh||24,000|
|Venue SX 1.0L (MT) DT||9.94 Lakh||9.70 Lakh||24,000|
|Venue SX 1.0L (O) MT||10.85 Lakh||10.61 Lakh||24,000|
|Venue SX 1.0L (O) MT DT||10.95 Lakh||New variant||New variant|
|Venue SX+ 1.0L 7DCT||11.35 Lakh||11.12 Lakh||23,000|
|Venue SX+ 1.0L 7DCT DT||11.50 Lakh||New variant||New variant|
|Venue E||8.09 Lakh||7.76 Lakh||33,000|
|Venue S||9.01 Lakh||8.46 Lakh||55,000|
|Venue SX||9.99 Lakh||9.79 Lakh||20,000|
|Venue SX Dual||10.27 Lakh||9.94 Lakh||33,000|
|Venue SX (O)||11.39 Lakh||10.85 Lakh||46,000|
|Venue SX (O) Dual||11.49 Lakh||New variant||New variant|
The 1.5-litre diesel engine option available with the Seltos has been de-tuned for the Venue. The other two engine options – 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol and 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine options are carried over from the BS4 compliant Venue. Hyundai has not officially revealed the power and torque outputs of the new 1.5-litre diesel engine powering the Venue but is expected to produce around 100 PS. The same engine will also power the upcoming Hyundai cars including the all-new Creta, all-new Elite i20 and the new facelifted version of the Verna. Hyundai is expected to offer only petrol engine options with the cars like Grand i10 NIOS and the Aura in the Indian market. The petrol engine options remain unchanged but it is not known if the power, torque or fuel efficiency figures have changed compared to the BS4 variants.
Hyundai has lined up a slew of cars that will be launched in the Indian market in the coming months. The brand will launch cars like Hyundai Tucson, Hyundai Creta, Hyundai Verna and Hyundai Elite i20 in the Indian market.