Right from the start, the Hyundai Creta dominated the company’s sales inventory with 9,941 units shipped on June 21, up 38 per cent year-on-year as against 7,207 units sold in June 20. MOM sales grew 32 per cent as sales stood at 7,527 units on May 21. . Every third car in the Indian market is of Hyundai model.
The Hyundai Venue range recently got an update, which happened when Hyundai reintroduced the Venue line-up to our market. The Korean carmaker has offered the Hyundai Venue S(O) and SX(O) for ₹6.90 lakh and ₹11.75 lakh respectively, all prices ex-showroom, Delhi and also discontinued some variants as part of the update. is. So the diesel engine is now available only in the S(O) trim, while it was earlier available in the entry-level E and S variants as well. Hyundai Venue diesel now starts at around ₹ 9.45 Lakh, as against ₹ 8.38 Lakh earlier.
Now the Hyundai Venue is offered with three powertrain options and three gearbox options. Engines on offer are a 1.0-litre, three-cylinder, turbocharged petrol motor mated to a six-speed manual gearbox as standard, while a dual-clutch automatic transmission is optional, a 1.2-litre, four-cylinder, naturally occurring The se-aspirated petrol engine mated to a five-speed manual gearbox and a 1.5-litre, four-cylinder, turbo diesel engine mated to either a six-speed manual or an automatic torque converter gearbox. There are now six variants to choose from – E, S, S (O), SX, SX (O). We think the SX trim is the more value for money because it offers almost all the bells and whistles you’d expect on an upmarket subcompact SUV, and you can’t really expect any features on the range-topping SX(O) variant. Don’t miss the offer. The S (O) variant feels a bit skimmed on creature comforts while the E, S variant misses out on the sportier 1.0-litre turbo motor and gets only a 1.2-litre petrol or 1.5-litre diesel engine.