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2021 Hyundai Venue pricing and specs detailed: Mazda CX-3, Volkswagen T-Cross, Nissan Juke and Ford Puma rival gets another update

By the time 2020 is out, the Venue will have been updated twice.

Hyundai Australia has confirmed yet another update for the Venue, with the light SUV to increase its pricing and specification from early December.

Pricing is up $500 across the board, with the entry-level grade now unnamed (it was called Go) and priced from $20,690 plus on-road costs with a six-speed manual or $22,710 with a six-speed torque-converter automatic.

The manual and automatic variants of the mid-range Active grade now start from $22,620 and $24,640 respectively, while the automatic-only Elite flagship has moved up to $26,490.

Specification-wise, the entry-level grade is now fitted with 15-inch alloy wheels (it had steel items), heated side mirrors and premium cloth seat upholstery, while the Active has added premium-finish seat bolsters and the Elite has gained a sunroof.

Notably, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support is also now standard range-wide alongside a central storage bin with a sliding lid.

Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support is also now standard range-wide. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support is also now standard range-wide.

Also of note, 17-inch alloy wheels were added to the Active in July, while the Elite gained keyless entry and start at the same time.

As before, Premium paintwork options include Phantom Black, Intense Blue, The Denim, Cosmic Grey, Fiery Red and Typhoon Silver, all of which cost $495 extra alongside Elite-only Acid Yellow. Polar White is the only no-cost colour on offer.

All Venue variants are 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. Drive is exclusively sent to the front wheels.

Measuring 4040mm long, 1770mm wide and 1592mm tall with a 2520mm wheelbase, the Mazda CX-3, Volkswagen T-Cross, Nissan Juke and Ford Puma rival provides 355L of cargo capacity, but it can be increased to 903L with the 60/40 split-fold rear bench stowed.

2021 Hyundai Venue pricing before on-road costs

VariantTransmissionCost
Venuemanual$20,690 (+$500)
Venueautomatic$22,710 (+$500)
Venue Activemanual$22,620 (+$500)
Venue Activeautomatic$24,640 (+$500)
Venue Eliteautomatic$26,490 (+$500)