Thumbs up for Hyundai Venue? Within days of launch, 80,000 customers show purchase intent
Is Hyundai Venue receiving a positive response from car lovers? Within days of launch, Hyundai Venue has garnered over 17,000 bookings and over 80,000 interest-to-purchase indications from potential buyers. "Hyundai has received an overwhelming response for its recently launched SUV Venue. With over 17,000 bookings and over 80,000 interest-to-purchase indications, Hyundai VENUE gets a clear and positive verdict from the Indian customers as one of the most desired SUV in its segment. "VENUE brings new excitement and cheer to the Indian Automobile Industry as Hyundai witness highest ever footfall at many of its dealerships across India," the company said in a statement.
Vikas Jain, Nation Sales Head, Hyundai Motor India Ltd. said, “Hyundai VENUE is the Talk of the Town as our dealerships are witnessing highest-ever traction and footfalls. We are overwhelmed with the response as customers are spending maximum time inside the cabin experiencing the new technology and connectivity features. Hyundai VENUE is paving the path of future and connected mobility solutions in India and we further thank our customers for choosing a Happy Life with VENUE."
South Korean auto major Hyundai had recently forayed into high-selling compact SUV segment in India with its new model 'Venue', with an introductory price range of Rs 6.5-11.1 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Hyundai Venue, which made its global debut in New Delhi, will take on the likes of market leader Maruti Suzuki's Vitara Brezza, Tata Motors' Nexon, Ford's EcoSport and Mahindra's XUV300, that are priced between Rs 6.48-11.99 lakh.
SUV Hyundai Venue comes with three engine options -- 1 litre turbo and 1.2 litre petrol besides a 1.4 litre diesel. The petrol variants are priced between Rs 6.5 -11.1 lakh, while the diesel trims are tagged between Rs 7.75-10.84 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
Identifying India as a key centre in its strategy to gain leadership in global mobility leadership, Hyundai has invested USD 100 million (over Rs 690 crore) in four years to develop Venue.