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You can find 26 different trims/engines for the Hyundai Venue and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.
The years available stretch from 2019 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.
The Venue is a subcompact crossover produced by the South Korean car company Hyundai. Built on the same platform as the Accent it was the smallest crossover made by Hyundai up until the unveiling of the Casper. There were two main versions built for their own specific markets and in South Korea had the code name QX or QX1. Hyundai decided not to sell the Venue in Europe, favouring the i20-based Bayon.
Sales began in India in May 2019 and had 5 trim levels, E, S, SX, SX+ and SX(O). By the end of December over 100,000 units had already been sold. Due to the tax benefits vehicles enjoy in India for being under 4 metres long, the Venue was reduced by 45 mm to make use of the reduced rates. The engines available were 1.2-litre 4-cylinder petrol 5-speed transmission and 1-litre 3-cylinder turbo GDI petrol. The diesel 1.4-liter was soon replaced by a 1.5-liter engine purely to increase the power.
2022 saw a facelift which featured connecting tail lamps and a ‘Home to Car’ function allowing Google Assist and Amazon Alexa to be fully utilised throughout the journey.
Northern America had a 1.6 ‘Smart Stream’ gasoline engine producing 121 hp and was paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. Front-wheel drive was exclusively available across both trim levels, SE and SEL. Standard safety features included collision avoidance, pedestrian detection, lane keep assist, driver attention warning and an 8-inch display infotainment system. For the USA, Apple iPlay and Android facilities were integrated. Global sales were impressive and in 2019, 2020 and 2021; 111778, 144836 and 185720 units were sold respectively.