Hyundai Venue reaches dealerships; Most in-depth walkaround of the Maruti Brezza-rival here [Video]

Hyundai will launch the all-new sub-4m compact SUV in the Indian market on 21st May. Before that Hyundai has started dispatching the vehicles to various dealerships across India and there various pictures and videos on the social media that shows the vehicle in real life. Here is the first video that shows the in-depth review of the all-new Venue parked at a dealership stockyard.

The variant shown here is an SX(O). The video shows the 6-speed manual version of the Hyundai Venue which is available with the 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine. It can also be the 1.4-litre diesel engine, which also gets a 6-speed manual. The 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine available with the Venue will only get a 5-speed manual transmission. The 1.0-litre petrol engine will also get a 7-speed DCT automatic gearbox. The video by gyani enough shows all the around the car and also the interior of the vehicle.

At the starting, the video shows the front-end of the vehicle and shows the wide chrome-dipped cascade grille of the sub-4m SUV. The video also shows the turn indicators that are placed on the top of all the other lamps and is positioned as an extended part of the grille. The video also shows the DRL surrounding the headlamp cluster, which is located at the lower part of the vehicle. The SX(O) variant of the Venue gets keyless entry and the video shows the key, which is similar to the other Hyundai key FOBs like the Creta and the Verna. The key FOB gets a lock, unlock, boot opener and car finder buttons.

From the side, the Hyundai Venue looks like scaled down Hyundai Creta, especially the window line of the car. The dual-finish 16-inch alloy wheels look very aggressively designed and can be termed as the best-looking alloy wheels in the segment. The car also gets plastic cladding on the body and it covers the wheel arches and the running board of the vehicle.

At the rear, the car gets the Venue moniker placed across the boot lid of the vehicle. The tail lamps are not split and will remind you of the Hyundai Grand i10. The rear fog lamps are square in shape and get a red surrounding mimicking the headlamp cluster of the car. The boot gets a lamp too, which can be helpful during the night.

From the inside, the cabin gives a plush feel. The vehicle gets leather trims on the doors and it gets dual stitching in contrasting colours, which adds a premium feel to it. There is electronically adjustable ORVM control placed on the driver door too.

Hyundai Venue reaches dealerships; Most in-depth walkaround of the Maruti Brezza-rival here [Video]

The Hyundai Venue is the only car in the segment to get an HD infotainment system and it can be seen in the video too. The floating-type infotainment screen looks quite good and there are buttons placed just below it to control the music. It also gets an automatic climate control system with rear AC vent. There is a small screen integrated into the climate control dial, which looks nifty and neat. The video also shows the instrument cluster with a small digital screen placed between the big analogue dials. Also, there is a wireless phone charger placed ahead of the gear lever. The video then shows the rear legroom and headroom and he says that it is adequate for a person who is 6 feet tall. Apart from that other details like the sunroof, headlamp stalks and steering wheel are also shown in the video.

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