The Hyundai N-Line is a sports iteration of the standard Venue. This sub-four metre SUV was among the bestselling Hyundai cars in 2022. It secured the second position after the Hyundai Creta- topping the sales chart. However, the 2023 model of the Hyundai Venue N-Line received a price hike of Rs 30,000.
Please note that all the trims of this subcompact SUV have a revised price list. Thanks to the BS6 stage two norms for making the 2023 vehicles more expensive. For your reference, the BS6 stage two will come into effect from 1st April 2023.
Hyundai N-Line: All you need to know
The Hyundai Venue N-Line, however, has a starting ex-showroom price (Delhi) of Rs 12.60 lakh. That said, this subcompact SUV directly rivals the Turbosport versions of the Mahindra XUV300.
So, if you are also planning to buy this sub-four-metre SUV from the Korean carmaker, below are a few things that you should keep in mind.
For starters, let’s talk about the underpinnings of the Hyundai Venue. This subcompact SUV is made on the Hyundai-Kia K2 platform, which also underpins the Hyundai Venue and the Kia Sonet. Unlike the international version of it, the Indian-spec of the Hyundai Venue N-Line has a 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine, which is tuned to churn out 118 bhp at 6000 rpm and 172 Nm of peak torque at 1500 rpm. This same turbo-petrol mill powers the Hyundai i20 N-Line. Slot resmi Interestingly, this engine also powers the standard Hyundai i20 and the standard Hyundai Venue. In other words, the N-Line version is sporty, only from the outside. Also, you can check out the i20 N-Line price, as well.
Further, the Venue N-Line sends power to its front wheels via the standard seven-speed DCT. Moreover, this subcompact SUV bags three driving modes: Normal, Eco, and Sport. Having said that, it is noteworthy that the power delivery may vary with the drive mode. Unlike the Sport mode, the Eco and Normal modes may return a low torque and power.
Engine and Transmission
With this engine and transmission combination, the ARAI-certified mileage of the Hyundai Venue N-Line is 18.1 km/l. However, it is worth mentioning that the real-world mileage may vary due to local traffic conditions and individuals’ driving styles. Speaking of fuel efficiency, the 2023 model of the Hyundai Venue N-Line now comes with an Idle Start/Stop feature.
So, if you looking for a budget-friendly performance car, and that too a car with a grunt, you should consider this subcompact SUV. Check out the location-based Venue N-Line price on the autoX website.
Keeping the engine output aside, the Hyundai Venue N Line has the same suspension setup as the standard version. It gets a McPherson Strut with Coil Spring at the front and a Coupled Torsion Beam Axle with Coil Spring at the rear. This suspension setup works in tandem with disc brakes (front and rear). And, a car with dual disc brakes offers better braking power than the disc-drum setup. The top model of the standard Hyundai Venue has a disc-drum setup. However, the disc brakes with red brake callipers of the Venue N-Line can be seen through the 16-inches alloy wheels. Speaking of rims size, this vehicle has a tyre profile of 215/60 R16. Last but not least, the Venue N-Line offers a steel wheel on its spare tyre.
But to give a sporty drivability, you can expect a slightly retuned suspension from the Venue N-Line. In addition, you can control these tyres via an electric three-spoke steering wheel with a tilt function.
As you may know, the Korean car manufacturer is known for offering a long list of features in their vehicles. The same goes for their waiting periods. However, it is worth mentioning that the features listed in this blog belong to the top model of the Hyundai Venue N-Line. If you look at this Hyundai cars interior, you will notice a fully digital instrument cluster, which also changes its colour theme with the drive mode chosen. The cluster is paired with a leather-wrapped multi-function steering which has an ‘N’ badge as well. A few features can be controlled from the steering wheel itself.
Apart from that, this vehicle offers an eight-inch floating infotainment system, which has Hyundai’s Bluelink-connected car technology, ambient sounds of nature, Home-to-car with Alexa and Google, and OTA. For your reference, you can enable the connected car technology by installing Hyundai’s in-house developed app on your smartphone, which can let the owner access the vehicle’s data, such as RPM and speed dashboard, distance travelled, real-time tracking, last parked location, geo-fence alerts, upcoming service(s) and other features.