The Sub-4 meter compact SUV segment in country is basically one of the most popular segments currently in India. Every manufacturer has done their best to be in this segment. Latest offering in this segment was from Hyundai in the form of Venue. This sub-4 meter compact SUV had become a talking point among people even before its launch because of its unique design. After the launch the story was not different, the response from customers was outstanding and Venue soon after the launch captured top positions in the sales chart. As of now there is a long waiting period on Hyundai Venue, but if you have plans to buy one and do not like to wait for it then there are many almost new used Hyundai Venues in the market. Lets have a look at one such Venue.
This Hyundai is from Delhi’s RK Puram area. The variant on sale here is the SX Plus model with 1.0 engine. The Venue is in white colour which is one of the most popular in our country. The car looks spotless from the images and the version here is the 1.0L petrol DCT version. As mentioned before this is the top-end trim and in comes with all the features that Venue is non for.
This car has done approximately 5,800 km on the odometer. The exact reason for sale is not specified in the advertisement. The Hyundai Venue 1.0L is powered by a 1000-cc , three cylinder , turbocharged petrol engine producing 118 bhp and 172 Nm of peak torque. The engine comes with either a manual or a dual-clutch transmission. The one on sale here is with a DCT gearbox. Asking price for this Hyundai Venue SX Plus 1.0 DCT is Rs 11.5 lakh.
Other engine options that Venue gets are a 1.2 liter naturally aspirated petrol and a 1.4 liter turbocharged diesel engine. The vehicle is almost new and can be transferred to any part of the country. The buyer would also get benefits like the warranty given by the manufacturer itself. Interested buyers can click here to know more about the vehicle and to contact the seller directly.
Used car buyers need to take some precautions. 1. Make sure you take a mechanic along for inspection of the car. 2. Check the insurance policy for any accident claims 3. Go through the service log for any major mechanical issues. 4. Finally, make the deal in a public place, preferably through cheque or demand draft.