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Video: 2020 Hyundai Venue Elite review: Long termer farewell

To summarise, the Venue offers an affordable pricepoint, excellent exterior dimensions and visibility, competitive ownership costs and unique looks. Its interior may or may not work for you, depending on how many kids you have and how often you need to use the full boot. Its downsides are that it lacks a premium feel and polish behind the wheel, and could offer more active safety and driver-assistance features...

Video: 2020 Hyundai Venue Elite long-term review introduction

The 2020 Hyundai Venue Elite we’ve welcomed into the CarAdvice garage for a long-term loan is resplendent in its shade of Fiery Red paint, serving as the sassy younger sister to Hyundai’s popular Kona small SUV.

2020 Hyundai Venue Active v Kia Rio GT-Line comparison: compact SUV or light city car?

The traditional city car is potentially under threat of extinction from pint-sized SUVs. We pitch Hyundai’s new, Accent-replacing Venue against Kia’s established Rio to see whether the sports utility vehicle or hatchback is best equipped for a life of urban motoring.

2020 Hyundai Venue review | Small SUV test

The Hyundai Venue presents as a great car for singles and empty nesters who live an urban lifestyle but want the styling and practicality of an SUV – pretty much nailing its intended purpose. It's easy to manoeuvre around town while being surprisingly practical inside, can put up with the odd highway stint, and packs in a healthy list of features for the price of most entry-level competitors...

2019 New York motor show: Hyundai Venue city SUV unveiled

Hyundai has plugged a gap in its small-car line-up with the Venue city SUV, due in Australian showrooms in the second half of 2019 starting from less than $20,000.