New 2022 Hyundai Venue


Take a Closer Look at the Innovative New 2022 Hyundai Venue in Nederland

On the hunt for something unique? On a highway full of crossovers, the new Hyundai Venue stands out for 2022. Take a look at what makes this subcompact crossover a breakthrough in the world of family travel, safety, and innovation.

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*$18,900 starting MSRP

  • 31 MPG Combined, 29 City/33 Hwy⁠
  • 121-hp 1.6L DPI 4-cylinder engine⁠
  • Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection (FCA-Ped)⁠
  • Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)⁠
  • Driver Attention Warning (DAW)⁠
  • 8-inch color touchscreen display audio
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*$20,650 starting MSRP

  • 31 MPG Combined, 29 City/33 Hwy⁠
  • 121-hp 1.6L DPI 4-cylinder engine
  • Blind-Spot Collision Warning (BCW)⁠
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning (RCCW)⁠
  • 17-inch alloy wheels⁠
  • Power tilt-and-slide sunroof
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*$22,150 starting MSRP

  • 31 MPG Combined, 29 City/33 Hwy⁠
  • 121-hp 1.6L DPI 4-cylinder engine
  • Exclusive available two-tone roof
  • LED headlights
  • 8-inch color touchscreen with navigation⁠
  • Heated front seats
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Exterior Design

A highly unique exterior profile makes its mark with a very small stance that looks more akin to a hatchback than an SUV-but once you look inside, you'll think differently. A dynamic grille, angular wheels, and an upright rear fascia make the new Hyundai Venue a boxy but streamlined vehicle that's easy for passengers to access and for cargo to be loaded.

Interior Design

Generous cabin space may be a surprise for those who judge the new Hyundai Venue based on its exterior. You'll enjoy a generous 19-cubic-feet of cargo space with all seats upright and up to 32-cubic-feet if you fold down the second row, which can be split 60/40. Also, enjoy a generous center console that holds life's clutter. Passive entry, heated seating, and comfortable seats are all available.


A standard four-cylinder engine is paired with a reliable continuously variable automatic transmission to produce up to 121-horsepower. Front-wheel drive is also standard and makes the new Hyundai Venue the perfect city cruiser, especially for those who need to quickly get from point A to point B.


The large eight-inch center touchscreen is a standard feature that's fully equipped with smartphone integration and quick-responding menus. You'll enjoy a nice mixture of touchscreen controls and physical knobs and buttons in the new Hyundai Venue. This makes adjusting the volume and temperature easier and more precise.


Widely standard driver's assistance is perhaps the crown jewel of this versatile vehicle. The new Hyundai Venue comes well equipped with lane departure aides, driver's attention monitors, collision mitigation, and auto braking. Those who crave blind-spot information and rear collision mitigation will find it comes standard in the mid trims.