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Old 4th May 2020, 21:11   #226
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Yes, but with the 1.0 Turbo Petrol mill. Waiting to see what the Seltos/ Creta 1.5D will do in the Venue

I am really inclined towards the venue, but i do not like those Alloy's design. I have seen a Venue with MOMO revenge gun metal, and OMG, the car looks so good. Will wait and see what the Kia counterpart will look like and take a call.

XUV 300 Diesel 0-100 in 11:85 seconds. (https://www.autocarindia.com/car-com...parison-413662)

Kia Seltos 11:67 (Autocar https://www.team-bhp.com/forum/attac...0325wa0163.jpg)


And this is a Kia Seltos with a VGT putting out 115 BHP, unlike the Venue which will get a FGT and 100 BHP. (And only a 5 speed transmission as opposed to a 6 speed in the Seltos)

So while the Venue will easily become the number 3 Hot Diesel Crossover, the top 2 (XUV300 and the EcoSport) shouldnt really be bothered.
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Do you also require proof of Indian Venue's K1 heritage?
Autocar mentions this as based on modified i20 platform which makes sense considering its size. The US spec isn't all that different in its dimensions , therefore chances are it is the same as what is sold in India.
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Autocar mentions this as based on modified i20 platform which makes sense considering its size. The US spec isn't all that different in its dimensions , therefore chances are it is the same as what is sold in India.
The Venue as well as the upcoming new Indian i20 both are built on the Santro’s K1 platform. So in that sense, yes, the Venue is on a modified i20 platform. However, this must not be confused with the international i20, which has completely different underpinnings.
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And this is a Kia Seltos with a VGT putting out 115 BHP, unlike the Venue which will get a FGT and 100 BHP. (And only a 5 speed transmission as opposed to a 6 speed in the Seltos)
Are you sure the 1.5D in Venue comes with a 5 speed? That would be surprising considering that the older 1.4 CRDi came with a 6 speed transmission.
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Are you sure the 1.5D in Venue comes with a 5 speed? That would be surprising considering that the older 1.4 CRDi came with a 6 speed transmission.
No, I'm unfortunately not. Its a guess on my part. I may be wrong, though. On second thoughts, and doing a bit more more research, I probably will.
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No, I'm unfortunately not. Its a guess on my part. I may be wrong, though. On second thoughts, and doing a bit more more research, I probably will.
I can see the 6 speed MT listed in the brochure for the 1.5 U2 CRDi (image in attachment). Besides, Hyundai has always been ahead of others in the segment on features so I don't think they would compromise on this.
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And this is a Kia Seltos with a VGT putting out 115 BHP, unlike the Venue which will get a FGT and 100 BHP. (And only a 5 speed transmission as opposed to a 6 speed in the Seltos)

So while the Venue will easily become the number 3 Hot Diesel Crossover, the top 2 (XUV300 and the EcoSport) shouldnt really be bothered.
Seltos gets 115ps. Venue 100ps.
Seltos gets 250Nm of torque. Venue 245Nm.

The numbers are rather favourable for the Venue actually, because the weight difference between the two cars should be more than 150kgs (though Hyundai remains silent about weight figures) thus giving a favourable power to weight and much better torque to weight ratios for the Venue.

Of course gearing, turbo lag, engine tune - all matters. So we can't really be sure unless the numbers are out.
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ARAI fuel-economy figure for the upgraded petrol engine

BS6 Hyundai Venue 1.0-litre turbo petrol with the 6-speed manual now returns 18.1kpl (0.17kpl lower than BS4) while the 7-speed dual-clutch automatic-equipped version delivers 18.0kpl (0.15kpl lower than BS4).

Source :Autocar India
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