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2024 Hyundai Tucson and Venue push up the price scale: New year increases for SUV rivals to Toyota RAV4 and Mitsubishi Outlander as well as Mazda CX-3 and Toyota Yaris Cross

The Tucson and Venue are up in price for 2024.

January 1, 2024 marked a turning point for Hyundai SUV pricing, with the city-sized Venue and mid-size Tucson ticking up $500, before on-road costs, across all variants.

According to Hyundai Australia "ever-increasing production and supply chain costs" have led to the changes which see cost-of-entry for the entry-level Venue manual (yes, a manual...) rise to $22,500 and the top-spec Elite edge closer to the $30K threshold at $29,250.

However, the Venue still undercuts Mazda's segment-leading CX-3 by a significant margin ($26,950 - $38,770) as well as the Toyota Yaris Cross ($28,000 - $36,000).

Meanwhile, the base Tucson 2WD steps up to $35,650, the flagship Highlander Diesel N Line AWD crossing the $55K barrier at $55,150.

But the family-friendly five-seater still sits more than $2K below the entry-point to Mitsubishi's hugely popular Outlander line-up ($37,740 - $71,790) and over $4K lower than Toyota's in-demand RAV4 ($39,760 - $58,360).

VenueGradeNew priceWas
 Venue man$22,500 $22,000
 Venue auto$24,500$24,000
 Active 2WD$26,750$26,250
 Elite 2WD$29,250$28,750


TucsonGradeNew priceWas
 N Line 2WD$39,650$39,150
 Elite 2WD$40,650$40,150
 Elite Turbo AWD$44,650$44,150
 Elite Diesel AWD$46,650$46,150
 Elite N Line 2WD$43,150$42,650
 Elite Turbo N Line AWD$47,150$46,650
 Elite Diesel N Line AWD$49,150$48,650
 Highlander 2WD$47,650$47,150
 Highlander Turbo AWD$51,650$51,150
 Highlander Diesel AWD$53,650$53,150
 Highlander N Line 2WD$49,150$48,650
 Highlander Turbo N Line AWD$53,150$52,650
 Highlander Diesel N Line AWD$55,150$54,650