2020 Hyundai Venue iMT prices start from Rs 9.99 lakh, Sport trim also launched for turbo petrol and diesel
Hyundai India has revealed the pricing for the newly announced Hyundai Venue iMT. The Venue iMT will cost Rs 9.90 lakh for the SX trim and Rs 11.09 lakh for the SX(O). The iMT gearbox is exclusively available with the 1.0-litre T-GDI turbo-petrol. Further, Hyundai has also announced a new Sport trim level for the Venue. This will be available with the turbo petrol motor with either iMT or DCT gearbox and with the 1.5-litre diesel manual.
In the turbo-petrol and iMT drivetrain, the Sport trim's prices start at Rs 10.20 lakh for the SX trim, going up to Rs 11.21 lakh for the SX(O). This new variant will come in the SX+ trim level with the turbo-petrol and DCT gearbox option, priced at Rs 11.58 lakh. With the diesel manual, the Sport SX trim costs Rs 10.30 lakh, while the SX(O) comes in at Rs 11.52 lakh.
Notable feature additions to the Sport trim are dual-tone paint, Sport emblem, red brake callipers, gloss-finish front grille with red inserts, grey bumper garnish, grey roof-rail with red inserts and red inserts on wheel arches and side moulding. The interiors come with new steering with red-stitching, metal-finished pedals, grey upholstery with red stitching and red accents on dashboard knobs. The Sport trim with DCT also gets paddle shifters.
The 2020 Hyundai Venue Sport comes in with a new Titan Grey with Phantom Black roof option, along with the white-black combination already available.
The Hyundai Venue Turbo is powered by a 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbo petrol motor that makes 120PS and 172Nm. The iMT will be the third gearbox option for this version of the Venue. A six-speed manual and a seven-speed DCT is already on offer. The 1.5-litre diesel engine for the Venue makes 100PS and 250 Nm. This is available with a manual gearbox for the Sport version. Prices for the standard Venue turbo-petrol start from Rs 8.46 lakh, with prices of the diesel starting from Rs 8.10 lakh
The iMT is different from the AMT gearboxes already offered by numerous manufacturers in India. An iMT does away with the clutch like in an AMT, but the driver still needs to manually change gears. The idea is to provide both, the engagement of a manual and the convenience of an automatic. The upcoming Kia Sonet, closely related to the Venue will also get an iMT option.
Starts Rs 6.7 Lakhs
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