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Hyundai Venue 2020 review: Active snapshot

EXPERT RATING
7.5
Hyundai’s product planning boffins think the Active is going to prove the most popular Venue model, offering more bang for not much more bucks than the entry-level Go model.

Hyundai’s product planning boffins think the Active is going to prove the most popular Venue model, offering more bang for not much more bucks than the entry-level Go model. 

The Active ($21,990 manual, $23,490 auto) is $1500 more than the Go, but while you get the same 8.0-inch touchscreen that’s Apple CarPlay and Android Auto equipped as the cheapest model, you add serious niceties like 15-inch alloys, LED DRLs, nicer leather interior treatments and a better six-speaker stereo. 

There’s just the one engine offered in the Venue - a 1.6-litre petrol unit good for 90kW and 151Nm - which, in the Active, can be had with a six-speed manual transmission or a six-speed automatic.

The Venue arrives with six airbags, camera-based AEB, a reversing camera and lane keep assist as standard across the range, while the Active trim adds rear parking sensors to the safety kit. 

Pricing Guides

$22,740
Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)
Lowest Price
$19,990
Highest Price
$25,490
EXPERT RATING
7.5
Andrew Chesterton
Contributing journalist

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Pricing Guide

$21,490

Lowest price, based on new car retail price

This price is subject to change closer to release data
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