Hyundai has launched the Venue’s N-Line models in India. The new N-Line models are offered in two variants: the N6 and the N8–at a starting price of INR 14 lakh. The N-Line comes with new sportier design cues and upgraded features. The SUV’s mechanical aspect largely remains the same as that of outgoing models; except for the new Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT).
Design and features
The Venue N-Line comes with revised exterior changes such as dark chrome front grille, dual-tip exhaust, red highlights (in skid plates, bumper, side sill garnish, roof rails, and side fenders), and 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels. As for lighting, the SUV gets LED headlights, fog lights, and DRLS. Furthermore, the SUV comes in three colour options: Thunder blue, Polar white, and Shadow grey. And, the models with dual-tone colour option get a phantom black roof.
Inside, the new N-Line’s comes with sporty black interiors with red inserts, and red ambient lighting. The seats are leather upholstered that features the N-logo and the rear seats come with 60:40 split feature. The SUV gets a similar dashboard layout as that of outgoing Venue models. However, new features such as a dual dashcam, and a three-spoke steering wheel with N-Line badging have been added.
The new compact SUV comes with notable features such as an electric sunroof, digital cluster with colour TFT MID, paddle shifters, foldable rear seats, power steering, automatic climate control, cruise control, rear parking sensor, two-step rear reclining seat (only for the N8), and electrically adjustable ORVMs, among others.
For safety, the new model gets six airbags, ABS with EBD, Brake Assist System (BAS), Hill Assist Control (HAC), Vehicle Stability Management (VSM), and ESC.
The Venue N-LINE models get an identical engine as that of the outgoing Venue models. The SUV is powered by a 1.0-litre Kappa, turbocharged, petrol engine that produces a maximum power of 120 PS at 6000 rpm and a maximum torque of 172 Nm at 1500-4000 rpm. The engine, however, comes mated with a seven-speed DCT instead of iMT. Moreover, the SUV comes with three driving modes: Eco, Sport, and Normal.
|Engine||1.0 litre, Kappa, turbocharged, GDi|
|Peak power||120 PS|
|Peak torque||172 Nm|
|Fuel tank capacity||45 L|
|Tyres||Front: 215/60 R16 |
Rear: 215/60 R16
|Suspension||Front: McPherson strut with coil spring|
Rear: Coupled torsion beam axle with coil spring
Hyundai Venue N-Line price in Nepal
The Venue N-LINE has been launched at a starting price of INR 12.16 lakh and it goes up to INR 13.15 lakh. Although there is no news regarding the launch of Venue N-LINE in Nepal, fans can expect it to cost around Rs 55 lakh here.
|Hyundai Venue models||Price in India||Expected price in Nepal|
|N6||INR 12.16 lakh||Starting at Rs 55 lakh|
|N8||INR 13.15 lakh|