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Several exciting models have been added to Hyundai’s line in recent years. The Kona is a subcompact crossover SUV with sporty styling that was introduced in 2018. The Venue is Hyundai’s newest addition. It is also a subcompact crossover SUV, and it takes a position directly below the Kona. At Wolfchase Hyundai, our goal is to help you find your perfect SUV in our inventory. Before you can pick out your next Hyundai confidently, you need to get familiar with these newer models.
The Hyundai Venue is available in three trim options, and these trim levels all carry the same engine and mechanical features. The Venue receives 121 horsepower from a Smartstream 1.6-liter engine. In the first trim level, this engine is linked to a manual transmission. The other two trims are equipped with an intelligent variable transmission. In comparison, the 2020 Hyundai Kona receives 147 horsepower across the first three trims in its lineup, and this comes from an I-4, 2.0-liter engine. The transmission connected to this powertrain is Shiftronic six-speed auto transmission. The Kona’s top three trims are equipped with a turbo I-4, 1.6-liter engine that produces 175 horsepower. It is connected to a seven-speed dual-clutch EcoShift transmission.
The Kona is slightly longer and wider than the Venue, but these two vehicles have comparable ground clearance and overall height. The Venue has an urban feel throughout its exterior style, and the crisp angles across its profile partially define this. It also has flat personality lines, horizontal contours, and thick molding on the sides. The Kona, on the other hand, has a smoother profile with rounded angles. The sides are smoother with an angled personality line. The lower-body molding is thinner as well, but the molding around the wheel fenders is more substantial. Exterior gear that you could find on both models at various trim levels includes a power sunroof, LED lighting, roof side rails, and heated side mirrors. The Kona’s exterior may also come with high beam assist, a blind spot mirror, fog lights, a blind spot collision warning, rear privacy glass, and a few other items.
The differences continue when you look inside the cabins of these crossover SUVs. Both of these vehicles are available with cloth seats, up to an 8-inch touch display screen, Apple CarPlay, a navigation system, USB ports, Android Auto, a sound system, a climate control system, and a few other items. The 2020 Hyundai Kona is also available with features like leather material, power adjustments for the front seats, an Infinity premium audio system, a heads-up display screen, wireless device charging, parking guidance with a rear monitor, and a few additional features in select trim levels.
With exciting differences across the trim lines for both of these impressive Hyundai models, you need to explore them in full detail. Our Wolfchase Hyundai team is ready to help you get more familiar with these models and support you as you pick out the exact SUV you want from our current inventory. Reach out to our sales reps today for more details about the Venue and the Kona.