Selected distributors have started accepting pre-orders for the Hyundai Venue 2022 facelift, with a token of Rs. 11,000. We have been told that the refurbished model could go on sale as early as June 2022.
Several Hyundai dealers have announced the use of the Venue facelift may be launched in June 2022
Hyundai Motor India is likely to launch a facelift version of its popular subcompact SUV, the Hyundai Venue, soon. Selected Hyundai dealers have started accepting pre-orders for the Venue facelift, with a full refundable token amount of ₹ 11,000. In fact, several dealers we contacted have told us that the SUV is likely to go on sale in India as early as June 2022. Interestingly, Hyundai has also sent out ‘Block Your Date’ to the media on June 19, however, the company did not disclose for what it is. So, we expect it to be related to the upcoming Venue facelift.
Now, some of the Hyundai dealers we discussed also told us that the company has stopped accepting factory orders for existing models, and only vehicles that are in stock with that dealer are being sold. This means the company has stopped producing Venues that are going out.
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For now, not much is known about the upcoming Hyundai Venue 2022 facelift, however, looking at the company’s latest design philosophy, we expect to see some extensive visual updates. In fact, global model spy photos reveal that the Venue facelift will also get a new -bladed design grille inspired by the new generation Tucson. The SUV is also likely to get updated headlights, new alloy wheels and other styling changes.
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In fact, the cabin is also expected to get a fair share of updates, including new interiors and upholstery. Hyundai can also offer an updated infotainment system with the latest BlueLink connected car technology, among other feature enhancements.
Engine options will remain unchanged. The Hyundai Venue facelift 2022 will continue to get the same 1.2 -liter natural aspiration petrol fitted with a 5 -speed manual, and a 1.5 -liter diesel engine fitted with a 6 -speed manual. The subcompact SUV will also continue to offer a 1.0 -liter turbo petrol engine with a choice of 6 -speed manual or iMT and a seven -speed DCT automatic.
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