Hyundai has introduced a Venue Limited Edition with two-tone colour treatment and an upgraded interior.
The Venue Limited Edition will be added to the Fluid manual and DCT models and to the Glide DCT versions to offer a higher specification level in each instance. Only 500 units of the Limited Edition, which has a white roof paired with a blue body colour for its exterior looks, are on sale.
The interior has a beige colour theme paired with denim cloth and leather to set it apart from the other variants in the Venue range.
The Venue Limited Edition is also powered by the three-cylinder turbocharged Kappa 1.0 T-GDI engine, which delivers 88 kW and 172 Nm. In the Fluid specification level, it is paired with either a manual 6-speed transmission or a 7-speed automatic dual clutch transmission (DCT).
Pricing (July 2020):
Venue 1.0 TGDI Fluid Limited Edition (manual) – R328 900
Venue 1.0 TGDI Fluid Limited Edition (DCT) – R360 500
Venue 1.0 TGDI Fluid Limited Edition (DCT) – R385 900
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