Hyundai Venue N Line Launched At A Price Of INR 12.16 Lakh
Hyundai has introduced its small SUV, the Venue, in the N Line grade, with prices beginning at Rs. 12.16 lakh (ex-showroom) and up to Rs. 13.15 lakh (ex-showroom) for the top-end N8 trim.
For Rs 21,000, reservations for the Venue N Line are already being accepted. The Venue N Line has revised exterior components as well as a sportier suspension configuration and exhaust tone.
This is Hyundai’s second N Line model in India following the i20 N Line, and it is based on the face-lifted Venue. It is available in two trim levels, N6 and N8. In terms of specifications, the N6 costs Rs. 1.19 lakh more than the S(O), while the N8 costs Rs. 58,000 more than the most costly SX (O).
Unlike the i20 N Line, which also has a 6-speed iMT option, the Venue N Line only has one powertrain, a 120 horsepower, 172 Nm, 1.0-liter turbo-petrol engine mated to a 7-speed DCT with paddle shifters.
However, the Hyundai Venue N Line receives a few mechanical improvements, similar to the i20 N Line, to set it apart as the sportier option to the base model. The suspension and steering have been adjusted, promising quicker handling around the curves and more stable driving. It has two exhaust pipes at the back with a modified exhaust noise. The Hyundai Venue N Line also includes disc brakes on each of its four corners.
The Venue N Line’s most notable alterations are purely aesthetic. It receives N Line badging on the front grille, new 16-inch alloy wheels, red roof rail inserts, and reworked front and rear bumpers with red accents on the bottom part. There are a total of five color variations for the N Line: three dual-tones and two monotones.
The Venue N Line’s interior has the same fundamental design as the ordinary model, with the addition of a N Line emblem here and there and an all-black interior motif with red accents. Additionally, it has a redesigned steering wheel with three spokes similar to the Hyundai i20 N- Line’s.
The N8 trim receives features like a dual-camera dashcam, an 8-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, connected car technology, ambient lighting, a powered driver’s seat, an integrated air purifier, voice controls, and a digital instrument cluster. It is based on the highest-specified SX(O).
The Venue N Line comes standard with ESP, braking assist, hill start assists, and twin airbags for the N6 and six airbags for the N8 trims.
The Kia Sonet, Tata Nexon, and Mahindra XUV300 are competitors for the normal Venue, but the Venue N Line is positioned as a more driver-focused option in the compact SUV segment.
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