Hyundai Venue is the latest car in the sub-4 metre compact SUV segment. It was launched earlier this year and became an instantaneous hit in the segment. It even became the top selling SUV in the segment for a month or two. It still is one the best selling SUV in the country and is doing great in terms of sales. People have already started modifying Venue and some of them have also installed CNG kit to it. Here we have one such Hyundai Venue Turbo Petrol which is installed with a CNG kit. The video stresses on the performance of the Turbo CNG Venue of a road trip from Gujarat to Goa.
The video has been uploaded by Sai Fuel CNG on their youtube channel. The video starts from Gujarat’s Baroda city where the video explains the new addition, the CNG kit in the Venue. Her shows all the fuel gauge for CNG and also also shows how many kilometers it has done after refilling.
He then explains the route and that they will be taking and talks a bit about the destination, ‘Goa’. During the course of this drive, video also mentions all the CNG fuel stations that are their on the route. He fills up the Venue with CNG several times from various stations and mentions the exact location in the video. The Venue takes Gujarat-Mumbai-Pune-outskirts of Karnataka route and finally enters Goa. It takes approximately 24 hrs to for the Venue to reach Goa.
The Drive then analyses the Performance of Hyundai Venue Turbo CNG. As per the video the Turbo CNG performed pretty well. Nowhere during the road trip it faced any issues. The Venue in the video is also a DCT equipped one. As per the video, no warning lights came up and the throttle response of the vehicle was also pretty good.
The Venue petrol used in this video uses a 1.0L, 3 cylinder, turbocharged petrol engine. It generates a maximum power of 118 Bhp and peak torque of 172 Nm. After installing the CNG kit, the exact power and torque outputs while running on CNG are not known. However, it’ll have a power and torque drop. Venue is also available with a 1.2L naturally aspirated petrol and 1.4L turbo diesel engine with manual transmissions only. The naturally aspirated petrol makes 82 Bhp-114 Nm, and is paired to a 5 speed manual gearbox. The diesel makes 89 Bhp-220 Nm, and is paired to a 6 speed manual gearbox.