Hyundai Venue has got off the blocks firmly with 50000 bookings in the first two months of its launch.
The sudden surge in the bookings is an encouraging sign for the automobile sector.
Hyundai had already delivered 18000 units to its satisfied customers since its launch two months ago.
The market demand for SUVs is showing an encouraging trend. Hyundai Venue, the latest SUV from the Korean manufacturer, was launched on 21st May 2019. Within two months of its launch, Hyundai has received more than 50000 bookings. About 18000 customers have already received the delivery of the Hyundai Venue. With the sale of 8763 units in June 2019, Hyundai has narrowed the gap between itself and Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza to 108 units.
Hyundai Venue offers an exciting range of four powertrains.
- 1.2-litre petrol, 83hp engine with 5-speed manual transmission
- 1.0-litre petrol, 120hp engine paired with DCT automatic or 6-speed manual transmission
- 1.4-litre diesel, 90hp engine with 6-speed manual gearbox
The favourite choice is the DCT combination, as more than 35% of customers have opted for this automatic variant.
Hyundai Venue specs are among the best in the business with LED DRLs, keyless entry options, auto headlamps, and a sunroof. Other exciting Hyundai Venue interiors include Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and 8-inch touchscreen info system. Hyundai Venue safety features include ABS, dual airbags, and rear parking sensors. The top-end version of the Hyundai Venue features a reverse parking camera, six airbags, and ESC.
The Hyundai Venue price in India ranges from Rs 6.50 to 10.84 lakhs (both are ex-showroom prices, pan-India) and is spread over six variants. The top two options, the SX (O) MT and SX+ DCT comprise more than 55% of the delivered 18000 SUVs. These variants come equipped with Blue Link Connectivity suite, a popular attraction among buyers.
The booking of 50000 Hyundai Venue SUVs within two months of its launch is excellent news for the automobile sector. The slump that stretched over to nine months is finally picking up again. Hyundai’s next-gen Grand i10 is preparing for a launch on 20th August 2019.