Hyundai Venue has been a runaway success for the South Korean carmaker in India. Within 5 months of its arrival in the market, the subcompact SUV received 75,000 bookings with cumulative sales of over 42,681 units.
Given the increase in the demand, the Venue’s waiting period has gone up to 15 weeks (more than 3 months). The mid-level S trim has seen the maximum demand among all 13 variants. It’s the only variant that comes with all three powertrain options offered on the Hyundai Venue model lineup – a 118bhp, 1.0L petrol, a 82bhp, 1.2L turbocharged petrol and a 89bhp, 1.4L diesel unit.
The smaller capacity petrol engine comes with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox and the 1.2L petrol unit is paired to a 5-speed manual transmission. The oil burner is available with a 6-speed manual gearbox. Read – Hyundai Venue To Get A New 1.5L Diesel Engine
The Hyundai Venue S 1.0 DCT automatic commands the longest waiting period of up to 15 weeks and its manual version has a waiting period of up to 8 weeks. The diesel trims is observing a waiting period of 6 weeks. The full-loaded SX (O) and SX trims are seeing a waiting period of 2 weeks.
The waiting period of the SX + trim with 1.0L turbocharged petrol engine and DCT gearbox is pegged at up to 3 weeks. The entry-level Hyundai Venue E variant with the 1.2L petrol engine has a waiting period of 6 weeks.
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