In Bangalore’s bumper-to-bumper traffic, the car returned a fuel efficiency of around 10 km/l.
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1 month with Venue N line
It’s been almost a month since I took delivery of my Polar White dual-tone Venue N line. Sharing the initial ownership review.
I was strictly looking for an automatic car owing to the traffic situation in Bangalore. I would have preferred a sedan but the market for these has really shrunk. Had looked at Baleno and i20 but given the sloppy state of the roads, decided to go for a compact SUV.
I test-drove Venue, Kiger, Sonet and Nexon. Nexon had AMT which I didn’t like. I was completely sold on Kiger’s design but its interior, sound system and camera are a different story altogether. Remained Venue and Sonet, Kia made this decision easy as Sonet AT had a waiting period of 1 year! I also liked the rear design of the new Venue, so we booked Phantom Black Venue DCT since that color really complimented the LED strip at the rear.
Our waiting period was ~4 months, and ~2 months later Venue N line was launched. While we were fixated on the exterior black color, which N line didn’t have, its black + red accent interior swayed us, plus the number of features added (4 disc brakes, auto-dimming IRVM ) were really enticing. We ended up switching our booking to Polar White with a black roof. Bonus was ~1 month was shaved off from the waiting period.
We got the car from Trident Hyundai, Whitefield and the whole experience was quite good.
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