Published prices for crossover Hyundai Venue 2020

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Published prices for crossover Hyundai Venue 2020

According to the official price list for the South Korean new, the most expensive equipment worth 23 270 dollars. Sales machine has already started in the US, the prices fair, too, to this country.

Last year, Hyundai expanded its line of crossover – was presented with a new “family member”, a small “SUV” Hyundai Venue 2020 model year. With its quite modest size and small price, new crossover from the South Korean company is the complete opposite of the huge SUV Hyundai Palisade. According to the official price list published a few minutes ago, the most expensive version of the new car worth 23 270 dollars. The car is already in dealerships of the United States. Prices are fair for this country.

All will be offered three trim levels – SE, SEL and Denim.

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The initial price for the SEL version is 19 $ 250 and the price performance Denim is said to start at 22 050 dollars. The SEL is available with two packages – Premium and Convenience. They cost 1 1 750 and $ 150 respectively.

Venue SEL is equipped with 15-inch alloy wheels, automatic temperature control, rear disc brakes, and many others. By purchasing additional “package” Convenience, you get electric sunroof, leather steering wheel and gearshift lever, as well as the function of collision warning in the blind spot, a warning about traffic. The more expensive Premium package boasts heated front seats and side mirrors, led headlamps tail lamps and led daytime running lights, 17-inch wheels, a contactless access to the interior and 8 inch touchscreen multimedia.

Under the hood is a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that develops 121 HP of power and 153 Nm of torque. The crossover is offered with front-wheel drive that works with a continuously variable transmission. Regardless of the chosen configuration, the customers are offered complex security Hyundais SmartSense. It helps to avoid collisions with the front of the pedestrians, provides assistance in holding lanes.

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