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Old 30th January 2020, 11:09   #151
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I am on verge of getting a diesel Venue SX+O. Just waiting for the BS-6 version to get launched.
I have 2 queries for owners.
1. In the official review thread for Seltos, someone has mentioned that rear AC vents throwing slightly warmer air on temperature setting of around 22 degrees. This improves on reducing the temperature to 18 or 20 degrees. Is the similar thing present in Venue rear AC vents as well?
2. Do owners have any information regarding the charges for Blue Link after the expiry of duration of three years?
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Old 1st February 2020, 21:15   #152
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Can it be installed as an accessory by Hyundai?
I doubt this can be done, as it will involve glass cutting to accommodate the wiper mechanism. The top models should be probably having a different rear glass along with the provision for the wiper mechanism.
Also, the chances are high that the service centre might void your warranty. I tried to add the low tone horn (one from the Creta) at the service centre itself, and they mentioned that this might void my warranty.

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1. In the official review thread for Seltos, someone has mentioned that rear AC vents throwing slightly warmer air on temperature setting of around 22 degrees. This improves on reducing the temperature to 18 or 20 degrees. Is the similar thing present in Venue rear AC vents as well?
Not only the rear vents, even the front vents in the Venue donít throw cold air at 23 degrees. Only when you drop it below 22 or say 21 degrees, there is a flow of cold air. I tried to get this checked during the first service, but according to them thatís normal & everything is fine in the AC system. They just cleaned the AC filter; but that hasnít solved the problem yet.
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My emergency contact numbers saved through the bluelink app have been getting panic notifications without any particular reason. The following sms is sent to them
"Attention! Venue has signalled Panic notification at 20:10 hrs.
You are receiving this message as the car owner has opted to send emergency notification to you.
For further assistance, please contact 1-800-258-4645 - Hyundai Bluelink Service Desk."
This has happened twice, both occasions when the car was parked and the keys safely inside drawers.

I called up the call center and spoke with the executive. He had no clue how the panic message originated. Bigger problem is that he had no idea whether the sms originated from my Venue or some other venue. Ideally the SMS should have mentioned the car number or the owners name.
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Might be some testing done accidentally on prod instead of staging and yours got caught into it? Happens all the time in notification tests for various services where someone points at the wrong server and real users get confused.
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As said earlier, Trip A resets to 0 if the vehicle is idle for 4 hours. It is not an issue, that's how Venue is designed.

Update on my issue, for a change I drove by having instant mileage displayed in instrument cluster, since then I didn't face any issue. I am not sure if that's the solution, I tried with different permutation and combination, this worked for me. (At least for now)
Update - The issue still persists, last week I was asked to bring my car to Kun Ambattur, Veera who is from the training team said it is normal in this car and it seems Hyundai confirmed the same. But, as I persisted to check BCM and other technical stuff, he connected the tab and checked on all possible things and said everything is fine. They checked the battery which seems to be fine as well.

As they said everything was fine, I questioned, why it is not happening every day, they didn't have an answer to it. That's when Veera checked with me if there are any telephone junction box or electricity box near my house, there is a telephone junction box near my house where I park my car. Veera said that could be one of the reasons for this reset due to frequency clash. I am not sure how far it's true, experts please throw some light.

Full marks to Kun Hyundai for trying their level best to solve the issue, the Service manager even provided me a car wash. I am not sure if I need to live with the issue for years to come. Venue owners, are you also facing the same issue?
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I am in the market for a Sub 4m Crossover and was tilting towards Ecosport 1.5D until I heard about Venue coming up with 1.5L diesel engine from Seltos.

Finally, I received the pricelist from Trident-Hyundai yesterday. Pricing is as expected and in-line with both Ecosport and Nexon diesel variants. Compared to BS4 1.4D, ex-showroom price is ~50k higher.

I heard there are no changes to the feature list except the engine upgrade. What do you all think? With 1.5L Diesel, does Venue score over its competitors?
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Just a note on real world fuel consumption based on MID.
The Venue is the 1 ltr petrol Manual model.
In rural areas it is giving 15, on the highway from Coorg to Bangalore it dropped to 13.5, now in Bangalore B2B traffic it is giving 11.5.
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A very close friend of mine bought a Venue SX(O) 1.0 Ltr Manual 6 months back. To be honest, I was not very enthused by his purchase. I was hoping he would go in for something more sensible like a Honda City V MT or even an Ecosport. Fast forward, few days back - that mental block has been put to rest. It was my first time driving a manual turbo petrol. Man, the thing goes!. It's hard to not want to drive like a hooligan. The engine sounds a bit gruff but loved the power delivery and response of the motor. I found the drivers seat comfortable. The bells and whistles (escpecially the sun roof) are nice to have. I still don't like the way the car looks. While it looks small from the outside, inside rear space etc is fine. I think realistically the only dimension I found it lacking was cabin width. Hitting your co-passenger while changing gears is annoying. Interesting little package the Venue is, i must admit.
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Just saw the Banglore price of BS6 Venue. Here is the price list from Himachal Pradesh. The price difference in BS6 Venue SX-O Diesel is almost 1.7 lakhs.
It simply shows how we are milked by governments for taxes.
Anyways, just got BS-6 Venue Diesel 1.5 manual variant booked today. Dealer has promised delivery in 20-25 days.
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