Hyundai Bolsters Lineup with Entry-Level SUV

  • By Ryu Jung

    April 19, 2019 10:22

    Hyundai on Wednesday unveiled a new sport utility vehicle at the New York International Auto Show, which runs until late this month.

    The Venue, its smallest SUV ever, completes the carmaker's SUV lineup, which includes the large Palisade, midsize Santa Fe, small Tucson and compact Kona, offering an even wider choice to customers amid their ever-growing appetite for SUVs.

    Hyundai's small Venue SUV is displayed at the New York International Auto Show in the Big Apple on Wednesday. /Yonhap

    The entry-level Venue targets young customers, especially first-time buyers. The price has not been decided yet, but it is expected to be more affordable than the Kona, which costs between W18.60 million and W23.81 million (US$1=W1,138).

    It is smaller than the Kona but boasts a stylish design and practical interior along with the latest safety features in order to woo young customers.

    The Venue will hit showrooms in the second half of this year.

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