Hyundai has announced that its Venue has surpassed a sales milestone of 300,000 units in India since its launch in 2019. The model accounted for a sale of 1.08 lac units in 2021 alone.
Since its launch, nearly 18% of the total Venue units sold were equipped with the Bluelink connected car technology. Hyundai sold over 2.50 lac SUVs in 2021, of which the Venue contributed to more than 42% of sales. Furthermore, the sub-four meter SUV had a market share of 16.9% in its segment during the same period.
Hyundai Venue in India is offered with three engine options including a 1.2L naturally aspirated petrol, a 1.5L diesel and a 1.0L turbocharged petrol unit. Transmission options include a 6-speed manual, an iMT, a 7-speed DCT, and a 6-speed torque converter automatic unit. According to information, over 70% of Hyundai Venue’s sales are of models equipped with petrol engines.
Commenting on the achievement, Tarun Garg, Director Sales, Marketing, and Service at Hyundai India, said:
“Hyundai has been at the forefront of pioneering innovative and intelligent technology in the mobility space. We have continued to excite customers through our innovation-led and customer-centric DNA. The success of the Hyundai Venue is proof of customer love for our hi-tech and feature-packed product offerings. The Venue has been a model of many firsts, right from the introduction of the advanced Bluelink connected car technology to the highly innovative iMT (intelligent Manual Transmission), continuing to excite customers year on year. We are absolutely delighted with the success of the Venue and are thankful to all our customers for the love and trust bestowed on brand Hyundai.”
Hyundai Venue is priced from INR 7.11 lac (PKR 18.56 lac) for the base 1.2L petrol E variant and goes as high as INR 11.82 lac (PKR 30.86 lac) for the SX Plus 1.0L turbo DCT variant.
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