It’s the epic showdown. The conservative SUV portion has another rival as the Hyundai Venue. It’s a sub-4 SUV and has been estimated at Rs 6.50 lakhs (All India ex-showroom), and its significant opponent is the section chief the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza.
Maruti’s minimal SUV has been crushing records easily since being propelled a couple of years prior, and it is this achievement that Hyundai needs a bit of for the Venue.
Hyundai has been going hybrid insane with its new line up, and given that the Venue is a worldwide item, it will undoubtedly look at how it is today.
One of the strangest, however, attractive components of the vehicle are the situation of the headlamps which are put let down on the face, and their standard position has been taken up by the LED DRLs.
Other discernible components incorporate the plan of the composite wheels just as the state of the tail lights.
The Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza is a blend of old SUV yet with hybrid lines. It includes new lustrous black alloy wheels and new paint plans.
The new body paint can likewise be had in the double tone plan joined with a differentiating white rooftop.
Hyundai has dependably been known to offer a substantial element list, and the Venue carries on that topic as far as the highlights and the insides.
There is the typical stuff like atmosphere control, amazing plastics, projector headlamps, voyage control, sunroof, and plenty of valuable extra rooms; however, it likewise incorporates a thorough infotainment system.
The Vitara Brezza gets double front airbags and ABS with EBD as a standard fitment. Likewise, standard on the Maruti are security highlights, for example, ISOFIX, rapid cautioning alert, invert stopping sensors and front safety belt pre-tensioners and power limiters.
There are two 12V outlets, programmed headlights, single-zone atmosphere control, an extensive outing PC, and a switching camera alongside another and refreshed touchscreen infotainment system.
Motor and Gearbox Comparison
The Hyundai Venue is being offered with two oil choices and one diesel. The petroleum motors involve a 1.2-litre unit and a turbocharged 1.0-litre gas direct infusion unit.
There’s just a five-speed manual for the 1.2-litre motor while the last is offered with a six-speed manual or a seven-speed double grasp programmed.
The diesel is the 1.4-litre unit offered with the base Creta models just as the Elite i20. It produces 89bhp/219Nm and is offered distinctly with a six-speed manual.
The Vitara Brezza has no oil motor on offer. The 1.3-litre DDiS is a similar one that powers the remainder of the Maruti family. The four-chamber diesel creates 89bhp/200Nm and is mated to a five-speed manual as standard.
The Vitara Brezza gets a five-speed computerized manual transmission. Maruti has implied that it will stop the 1.3-litre diesel one year from now and the Brezza is probably going to change to Suzuki’s 1.5-litre diesel and may even get an oil alternative by 2020.
The Hyundai Venue has evaluated in the scope of Rs 6.50 lakhs to Rs 11.10 lakhs (All-India ex-showroom) while the Maruti Brezza’s range is from Rs 7.93 lakhs to Rs 10.64 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi).