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Hyundai Venue 2021

The 2021 Hyundai Venue range of configurations is currently priced from $20,940. Our most recent review of the 2021 Hyundai Venue resulted in a score of 6.9 out of 10 for that particular example.

Carsguide Senior Journalist Richard Berry had this to say at the time: Is the Hyundai Venue a good car? There's a lot to like about the Hyundai Venue from those unique looks to the excellent cabin storage, but you may find the on-road performance a bit lacking, and safety tech could be much better. Still the it's fun to drive and the value is great.

You can read the full review here.

This is what Richard Berry liked most about this particular version of the Hyundai Venue: Tough and stylish looks, Good cabin storage, Price

The Hyundai Venue Wagon competes with similar models like the Skoda Fabia in the Under $25k category category.

The 2021 Hyundai Venue carries a braked towing capacity of up to 1100 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.

Hyundai Venue 2021 Price and Specs

The Hyundai Venue 2021 is currently available from $20,940 for the Venue (base) up to $26,740 for the Venue Elite ((sunroof).

Pricing guides

$23,840
Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)
Lowest Price
$20,940
Highest Price
$26,740
Hyundai Venue Model Body Type Specs Price
Active Wagon 1.6L ULP 6 SP AUTO $24,890
Active Wagon 1.6L ULP 6 SP MAN $22,870
(base) Wagon 1.6L ULP 6 SP AUTO $22,960
(base) Wagon 1.6L ULP 6 SP MAN $20,940
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Hyundai Venue 2021 Colours

The Venue is available in the following colours: Cosmic Grey, Phantom Black, Blue Denim, Intense Blue, Polar White, Typhoon Silver and Fiery Red.

  • Cosmic Grey
  • Phantom Black
  • Blue Denim
  • Intense Blue
  • Polar White
  • Typhoon Silver
  • Fiery Red
To confirm current colour availability, please check the manufacturer's website.

Hyundai Venue 2021 Dimensions

Dimensions for the 2021 Hyundai Venue are dependent on which body type is chosen. The maximum width and height is 1770mm x 1592mm and can vary on the basis of model.

Dimensions for the Hyundai Venue 2021 Dimensions  include 1592mm height, 1770mm width, 4040mm length.
Hyundai Venue Model Body Type Height x Width x Length Ground Clearance
base Wagon 1592x1770x4040 mm 170 mm
Active Wagon 1592x1770x4040 mm 170 mm
Elite (denim Interior) Wagon 1592x1770x4040 mm 170 mm
Elite (black Interior) Wagon 1592x1770x4040 mm 170 mm
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Hyundai Venue 2021 Interior

The interior of the Hyundai Venue is amazingly practical for the size of this light SUV. It's smaller than small on the outside, but manages to be big enough inside to fit four adults (at a squeeze), while the boot is bigger than plenty of rival small cars, at 355L.

Hyundai Venue 2021 Boot Space

One of the Venue’s best features is its big, square boot, measuring in at a generous 355 litres (VDA). A space-saver spare is located underneath the load area.

Hyundai Venue 2021 Boot space Hyundai Venue 2021 Boot space

Hyundai Venue 2021 Accessories

The Hyundai Venue Elite offers customers the choice between a two-tone roof finish, or a sunroof. That might be a tough call for some people. You can't have both... unless you get the car with the sunroof, and get the roof section painted or wrapped at a later date.

Hyundai Venue 2021 Fuel consumption

Fuel consumption for the 2021 Hyundai Venue is dependent on the type of engine, transmission, or model chosen. The Hyundai Venue currently offers fuel consumption from 7 to 7.2L/100km. The Hyundai Venue is available with the following fuel type: ULP.

Hyundai Venue Model Body Type Specs Fuel Consumption
Active Wagon 1.6L,ULP,6 SP MAN 7L/100km
Active Wagon 1.6L,ULP,6 SP AUTO 7.2L/100km
base Wagon 1.6L,ULP,6 SP MAN 7L/100km
base Wagon 1.6L,ULP,6 SP AUTO 7.2L/100km
* Combined fuel consumption See All Hyundai Venue 2021 Pricing and Specs

Hyundai Venue 2021 Q&As

Check out real-world situations relating to the Hyundai Venue here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Which small SUV should I buy to replace my Hyundai Tucson?

    Boy, the world is your oyster, Elizabeth. There are literally dozens of options when it comes to a compact SUV. If you’re otherwise happy with the Hyundai, then maybe look at the Hyundai Kona. It’s available as a turbo all-wheel-drive or as a non-turbo front-drive car (not to mention the Kona Electric, an all-electric version) and will come with Hyundai’s great factory warranty and reliability that you’ve already experienced with the Tucson. The other option would the equivalent from Hyundai’s sister company, Kia. The Kia Sportage an also be had as a turbo-diesel, although for normal suburban driving, a petrol is probably your best bet.

    Then, you have all the various offerings from the Japanese makers as well as left-field entrants from MG, Fiat, Mini and more. But you need to be careful, because there isn’t always a whole lot of difference between the width of a compact SUV and a mid-sizer. Sure, there’s generally more space inside the bigger car, but it’s often the result of extra length and height rather than width. For instance, your Tucson (assuming it’s the current model) has a width of 1850mm while the Kona is just 50mm (about two inches) narrower. That may not be enough of a difference and you may need to go down two sizes to, say, a Hyundai Venue which is smaller and narrower again with a width of 1770mm.

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  • What are the pros and cons of a 2018 MG ZS?

    ZS pros include cheap pricing, an easy driving experience and a comparatively spacious interior compared to other direct rivals like a Mazda CX-3. The dash is pleasant, there is a decent amount of equipment and the controls are all simple to use. It should also be fairly inexpensive to run and service, though earlier ZSs like yours require six-monthly rather than 12-monthly service intervals.

    There are two engine options - a 1.5-litre four-cylinder model with a four-speed auto on the base Excite, or a 1.0-litre turbo three-cylinder version on higher-specification Excite Plus and Essence grades with a six-speed auto. Note that the latter powertrain is more expensive to service.

    Plus, there's still a fair chunk of the manufacturer's warranty left, which is seven years, while capped-price servicing is also offered.

    But the ZS does not offer AEB Autonomous Emergency Braking, so only rates a four-star ANCAP crash-test rating.

    Additionally, the ZS's suspension is on the firm side in terms of dealing with road bumps, which might upset some occupants, yet there is not much of the 'fun factor' in regards to steering and handling finesse that rivals like the CX-3, Suzuki Vitara, Honda HR-V, Hyundai Venue, Holden Trax, Ford EcoSport and Hyundai Kona offer in spades.

    We've also heard complaints about the interior's perceived quality being sub-par, cabin storage isn't generous and Android Auto isn't supported (though Apple CarPlay is).

    Finally, the ZS' resale value trails all of the aforementioned competitors by a significant margin, meaning it's on track to be worth less when the time comes to on-sell it.

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Hyundai Venue 2021 Seats

Shaped for easy entry and egress, you don’t so much sit inside as swing-on into the Venue, before sat on seats that are wide if a bit flat and so lacking in side/lateral support.

As with the tilt/telescopic steering, there’s plenty of adjustment available for the right driving position to be found. The front seats recline via a lever with pre-determined positions. There is a height lifter for the driver's side but not the front passenger's.

The rear bench features a 60/40 backrest, providing a handy limited reclining function, though the (high-set) bench cushion remains as flat at the items up front, so is also lacking in support.

Still, feet can tuck in underneath the front cushions, there’s more room than the diminutive dimensions suggest for a pair of broader passengers, and it doesn’t seem cramped or claustrophobic back there.

Unlike some rivals, the rear bench does not slide forward and backwards to increase/decrease cargo capacity as required.

Hyundai Venue 2021 Towing capacity

The Hyundai Venue’s towing capacity ranges from 800kg to 1100kg. Some models also offer heavy-duty or towing option packs which can increase towing capacity, as well as options which can hamper towing capacity. Towing capacities can vary wildly on a large number of factors. These include engine, transmission, model, and options chosen. Always check with the manufacturer or in your vehicles handbook before attempting to tow anything.

Hyundai Venue Model Body Type Specs Braked Capacity
base Wagon 1.6L,ULP,6 SP MAN 1100kg
Active Wagon 1.6L,ULP,6 SP MAN 1100kg
base Wagon 1.6L,ULP,6 SP AUTO 800kg
Active Wagon 1.6L,ULP,6 SP AUTO 800kg
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Hyundai Venue 2021 Wheel size

Wheel size for the 2021 Hyundai Venue will vary depending on model chosen, although keep in mind that many manufacturers offer alternate wheel sizes as options on many models.The wheel size available will alter the range of tyres available to be fitted.

Hyundai Venue Model Body Type Front Tyre Size Front Rim Rear Tyre Size Rear Rim
base Wagon 185x65 R15 8 185x65 R15 8
Active Wagon 205x55 R17 9 205x55 R17 9
Elite (denim Interior) Wagon 205x55 R17 9 205x55 R17 9
Elite (black Interior) Wagon 205x55 R17 9 205x55 R17 9
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Hyundai Venue 2021 Speed

There is no 0-100km/h acceleration speed claim for the Hyundai Venue. It's no hot hatch or horsepower hero, so we'd suggest a 10-second-ish sprint time is about right.