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2021 Hyundai Venue pricing and specs detailed: Cost up for Mazda CX-3, Toyota Yaris Cross, Volkswagen T-Cross, Kia Stoni, Ford Puma rival

The Venue has continued to creep up in cost.

Hyundai Australia has once again made the first-generation Venue light SUV dearer.

This time around, prices are up $250 across the board, with the range now opening at $20,940 plus on-road costs and reaching $26,740 (see full pricing table below).

Speaking to CarsGuide, a Hyundai Australia spokesperson confirmed no changes have been made to the for Mazda CX-3, Toyota Yaris Cross, Volkswagen T-Cross, Kia Stonic and Ford Puma rival’s standard specification, with the usual external factors instead at play.

As such, the Venue remains available in three grades: unnamed entry-level, mid-range Active and flagship Elite.

Either way, the light SUV is motivated by a 1.6-litre naturally aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine that produces 90kW of power at 6300rpm and 151Nm of torque at 4850rpm.

Transmission options are a six-speed manual or a six-speed torque-converter automatic, with both pairing with front-wheel drive.

Since the current Venue launched in September 2019, its starting price has increased by $950, while its maximum cost has gone up $1250, although its standard specification was increased on two occasions.

2021 Hyundai Venue pricing before on-road costs

Venuemanual$20,940 (+$250)
Venueautomatic$22,960 (+$250)
Venue Activemanual$22,870 (+$250)
Venue Activeautomatic$24,890 (+$250)
Venue Eliteautomatic$26,740 (+$250)