The asking price of this used Hyundai Venue SX Plus Turbo is Rs. 12.20 lakh. The ad describing the car says that it is around 45 days old and the odometer reading on the car reads just 2,507 kilometres. Being the top-end variant, it comes loaded with all the bells and whistles including the segment-first LED projector foglamps positioned in the lower side of the bumper, stylish alloy wheels, touch infotainment screen, and air purifier, sunroof, cruise control, blue link connectivity among others. You can contact the seller and check more details about the car by clicking here.
The Hyundai Venue was launched in India recently and the sub-4 meter SUV has already garnered quite a good response from buyers. Hyundai sold more than 8,000 units of the car last month which is pretty great, to say the least. Now with such rapid sales, the waiting period of any car will naturally shoot up and same is the case with the Venue. In some parts of the country, you’ll have to wait till up six months after booking the Venue before you get to drive it home. However, what if we tell you that you can buy a Hyundai Venue and drive it home almost instantly! That’s right, the Hyundai Venue featured here is a used example that can be had as soon as the paperwork is done.
It is the SX Plus variant, which is the top-end petrol variant. This also means that it comes with an automatic gearbox which is none other than the 7-speed dual-clutch box. The Venue is the first vehicle in its segment to come with a DCT box. A new SX Plus variant of the Venue costs Rs. 12.65 lakh on-road in Ambala. We are considering Ambala prices since this used example is available in Ambala.
The SX Plus variant is powered by the most powerful engine option available on the Venue, which is the new 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine. This three-cylinder rocket is also one of the most powerful engine options in the category the 7-speed DCT here further sweetens the deal. This 3 cylinders turbocharged petrol engine puts out 118 Bhp of power along with 172 Nm of torque. Talking about mileage figures, the 1.0-litre petrol engine delivers 18.15 km/l with the 7-speed DCT unit.
Finished in all black, the car looks good and matches with the all-black interior theme. The question that now arises is whether should you go for it or not. Well, in our opinion, you can check out the vehicle if you are impressed by the Venue and were planning to buy it soon but don’t want to wait for long to get it delivered. Though at Rs. 12.20 lakh it isn’t cheap at all, the car is in brand new condition and moreover, the price can be further discussed upon finalising the deal.