Hyundai Venue

2020 Hyundai Venue Go v Mazda CX-3 Neo Sport v Mitsubishi ASX ES Comparison Test

These small SUVs are the big sellers of their hard-fought segment – but which offers the best value for money? Don’t sweat the small stuff

2020 Hyundai’s Subcompact Venue Speaks to the People

The 2020 Venue impresses as the Korean brand’s attractive and affordable take on the subcompact hatchback SUV, even though it doesn’t feature all-wheel drive. It’s

2020 Hyundai Venue and Sonata pricing announced

Hyundai has a new entry-level SUV that is launching for car buyers shopping on a budget. The SUV is called the Hyundai Venue, and it

2020 Hyundai Venue Is Exactly the Subcompact SUV We Expected

While the Australian-market version is not quite what we’ll get in the U.S., the new subcompact Venue is pleasantly capable and ordinary, and that’s okay.

2020 Hyundai Venue First Drive: Who Needs Used?

Would you rather have a new car or a used one? It’s one of those simple questions that yields wildly varying answers. Hyundai is gambling,

Hyundai launches new entry model – and it’s an SUV

New Hyundai Venue becomes Korean brand’s smallest and cheapest model but may lack a five-star safety rating The Hyundai Venue has been launched in Australia,

Aussie input for first Hyundai pick-up

Local market research gets the ball rolling for Korean brand’s inaugural ute Hyundai’s first ute is another step closer following a recent market research study in Australia,

Hyundai Palisade confirmed for Australia

All-new eight-seat flagship SUV will aim directly at Toyota Prado The big new Hyundai Palisade is almost certain to be released in Australia next year, when it

Hyundai’s new entry-level Venue crossover targets used car buyers

At first glance, the Hyundai Venue looks like yet another entry in the bloated subcompact crossover segment. But Hyundai hopes to fill a different niche