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Hyundai Venue
2.5 stars - based on 6 reviews
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Car Review - Hyundai Venue 1.6 GLS 'S' (A)
The Hyundai Venue S isn't just your everyday Korean compact crossover. It's trendy for the old and punchy for the young. What's not to like?
What We Dislike
This colour combination is only available in the 'S' variant
Blind spot monitoring system sounds off too often
Test drive car
Pick up seamlessly and smoothly in driving. Very compact and nice to drive. Road noise level is a bit high but acceptable as many similar cc cars also can hear road noise.
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Good compact SUV
I have been driving it for close to 2 years now. Reliable, nimble, and easy to drive for the whole family. Performance is comparable to any Japanese car of the same CC.
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An ok subcompact from Hyundai
You must have already seen a few of these plying our roads. Seems like quite a few customers opt to have theirs with the contrasting coloured roof.
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Needs more effort
A compact crossover that needs a bit more effort. Those square daytime running lights are cool but everywhere else the design looks a bit garish regardless of what pattern is in that massive grille. There are also plenty of hard plastics in the cabin. Its par for the course for the segment and price. And so is the drivetrain. Reasonably muted for a CVT and with just enough push when you really need to go. Problem is, once you're up to speed wind and road noise becomes attrocious. I cannot image how much worse it will get if you get to test drive this on the highway. Shop elsewhere.
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