Several months with Hyundai's small SUV was enough to identify some serious strengths – and some niggling weaknesses.
This might be the top-spec Venue on offer, but those hoping for luxury and leeway might want to look elsewhere.
Not quite an SUV, not quite a hatchback, the Venue finds its superpowers in small city streets.
Hyundai’s compact SUV is becoming more and more common on our roads. We’re here to find out if you should join the herd.
Hyundai's Venue is second place in Australia's second-best-performing SUV segment. Should it be first on your shopping list?
This affordable, ‘analogue-style’ hatchback on stilts may lack power and advanced safety and tech, but it possesses enough quirky charm and functionality to compensate for its shortcomings.
There’s a new entry point to the Hyundai showroom line-up and it’s an SUV, not a city car. But is the Venue Go cheerful as well as cheap?
Aimed at the young and young at heart, the funky little Venue presents as a cheap and cheerful way into the in vogue SUV lifestyle.