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Entry-level Hyundai Venue vs The Market – What you can buy for the same price

Hyundai recently launched a new entry-level model for its smallest crossover range, the Venue 1.2 Motion.

Thanks to this new trim, the Venue line-up now has a South African starting price R259,900.

Setting this new Venue apart from the previous entry-level model is the fitment of a 1.2-litre, naturally-aspirated petrol motor instead of a smaller, turbocharged engine.

The new unit generates 61kW and 114Nm, and pairs to a five-speed manual transmission as standard.

This allows the 1.2 Motion to reach 100km/h in 14.2 seconds and go on to a top speed of 158km/h – while combined fuel consumption is rated at 6.5l/100km.

Standard equipment inside this Venue includes a multifunction steering wheel, manual air conditioner, fabric seats, electric windows, and an 8-inch infotainment display with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and app-based navigation.

It’s also fitted with a rear-view camera, rear parking sensors, two airbags, and ABS.

The Venue 1.2 Motion then wears 15-inch wheels and boasts a ground clearance of 195mm.

Each purchase of a Hyundai Venue includes a 5-year/150,000km warranty with an additional 2-year/50,000km powertrain warranty, a 3-year/45,000km service plan, and 7-year/150,000km roadside assistance.

The market

Introducing a new entry-level trim to the Hyundai Venue range has brought it in line with many starter-crossovers in South Africa.

This heated category saw several new competitors join the ranks in 2021, including a few of the country’s best-selling SUVs.

We list the new Hyundai Venue 1.2 Motion’s biggest competitors in South Africa, below.

Click on the underlined prices to visit TopAuto Car Prices for more information.


Suzuki Vitara Brezza 1.5 GL

  • Price  R248,900
  • Power – 77kW/138Nm
  • Fuel consumption – 6.2l/100km
  • Cargo capacity – 328 litres
  • Warranty – 5-year/200,000km warranty and a 4-year/60,000km service plan

BAIC X25 1.5 Fashion Auto

  • Price R249,990
  • Power – 85kW/148Nm
  • Fuel consumption – 7.2l/100km
  • Cargo capacity – 500 litres (unofficial)
  • Warranty – 5-year/120,00km warranty and 5-year/unlimited kilometre roadside assistance

Renault Kiger 1.0 Turbo Zen

  • Price R254,900
  • Power – 74kW/160Nm
  • Fuel consumption – 5.0l/100km
  • Cargo capacity – 405 litres
  • Warranty – 5-year/150,000km mechanical warranty and a 3-year/45,000km service plan

Mahindra XUV300 1.5TD W4

  • Price R254,999
  • Power – 86kW/300Nm
  • Fuel consumption – 5.0l/100km
  • Cargo capacity – 259 litres (unofficial)
  • Warranty – 5-year/150,000km warranty

Toyota Urban Cruiser 1.5 Xi

  • Price R259,100
  • Power – 77kW/138Nm
  • Fuel consumption – 6.2l/100km
  • Cargo capacity – 328 litres
  • Warranty – 3-year/100,000km warranty and a 3-services/45,000km service plan

Nissan Magnite 1.0 Turbo Acenta

  • Price R261,900
  • Power – 74kW/160Nm
  • Fuel consumption – 5.3l/100km
  • Cargo capacity – 336 litres
  • Warranty – 6-year/150,000km warranty, 3-year/30,000km service plan, and 6-year/150,000km roadside assistance

Kia Sonet 1.5 LX

  • Price R275,995
  • Power – 85kW/144Nm
  • Fuel consumption – 7.0l/100km
  • Cargo capacity – 392 litres
  • Warranty – 5-year/unlimited kilometre warranty, 4-year/60,000km service plan, and 5-year/unlimited kilometre roadside assistance


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