Hyundai Venue N Line launched in India: prices start at Rs 12.16 Lakh.

Hyundai Venue N Line launched in India: prices start at Rs 12.16 Lakh.

Hyundai India has finally launched the N Line Sedan at a starting price of Rs 12.16 lakh (ex-showroom, India) in the country. Available at all Hyundai Signature dealerships, the high-performance SUV was offered in two variants, namely the N6 and N8. The final price is 13.15 million rupees (ex works, India).

The South Korean automaker offers the option of 7-year extended warranty, 3-year free roadside assistance, 3-year BlueLink subscription and 5-year Hyundai Trust, Care and Maintenance Shield with the SUV.

Hyundai N Line Interior Design

The N Line saloon draws design inspiration from Hyundai’s sporty DNA while incorporating 30 unique features. Based on the brand’s ‘Sensuous Sportiness’ design, it features a dark chrome grille with N Line logo and unique N Line bumper with skid plates. The roof tiles are brought with red accents. The SUV rides on 16-inch N-marked alloy wheels. The front brake calipers and side seat trim are also red.

Hyundai Venue N Line (Photo: Hyundai)

The rear profile is accentuated by a sporty rear door spoiler. The rear bumper is also an exclusive N Line item with red accents on the skid plate. There is a double-ended muffler along with the N Line logo on the tailgate.

Hyundai Venue N Line is available in two monochrome colors – Shade Gray (New) and Polar White. Buyers can also choose from three two-tone colors: Thunder Blue with a Phantom Black roof, Polar White with a Phantom Black roof and Shadow Gray with a Phantom Black roof.

Hyundai N Line Interior and Hall Features

The N Line Lounge gets a black sports booth with red accents, while offering a host of premium amenities. N Line branding was used extensively in the cabin on various leather items such as the seats, three-spoke steering wheel and gear shift knob. To up the ante, it also has interior door handles in a dark metal finish, sports metal pedals and red climate lighting.

Hyundai Venue N Line (Photo: Hyundai)

Notable features of the SUV include sunroof, push button start/stop, automatic climate control with digital display (FATC), rear air conditioning vents, wireless phone charger, glove box air conditioning, cruise control, front and rear USB charger and navigation. forearm with storage. It also boasts of being the first Dashcam in the segment with dual cameras that has photo/time-lapse/video options while offering up to 64GB of storage. A smartphone can be paired via an app to the Dashcam which has a 5.84 cm LCD. screen.

The Hyundai Venue N Line’s center console features an 8-inch HD touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and Bluelink connectivity. It offers buyers more than 60 Hyundai Bluelink connected car functions, including location services, real-time navigation updates, remote services, vehicle diagnostics and voice assistant. BlueLink supports 10 regional languages ​​and 2 international languages. Buyers can also opt for a Home to Car (H2C) system with Alexa and Google Assistant, but this is not a standard car accessory and must be purchased third-party.

Hyundai Venue N Line Engine and performance

The N Line cabin is powered by a 1.0L 3-cylinder Kappa Turbo GDi petrol engine that develops a maximum power of 118 hp at 6000 rpm and a maximum torque of 172 Nm between 1500 and 4000 rpm. The engine is mated to a 7-speed DCT automatic gearbox, with no manual available. It also receives a driving mode selection function with three modes: Normal, Eco and Sport.

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Hyundai N Line Hall Safety Features

Hyundai Venue N Line offers more than 20 standard safety features: four-wheel disc brakes, Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Hill Assist Control (HAC), Vehicle Stability Management (VSM), dual airbags front air conditioner, reversing camera, ISOFIX, accompanying headlights. works with ABS and EBD.

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