Hyundai Venue 2020 Vs Creta Base Model

Here is a detailed comparison between the top model of the Hyundai Venue and the base model of Hyundai Creta. Both SUVs are very appealing and have exciting features that can easily attract any car lover. Additionally, both have excellent build quality.

People often get confused when it comes to buying a car for themselves. The decision becomes even harder if they get stuck between two cars with similar specs. For example, the Hyundai Creta EX and Hyundai Venue SX+.

If you have the same cars in mind then don’t stop reading it as we have made the task easier by simplifying the data for you. Here we have compared only the petrol variants of both the subcompact SUVs.

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Hyundai Venue Vs 2020 Hyundai Creta: Dimensions

Hyundai Creta 2020

Hyundai Venue is a subcompact SUV, whereas the Creta is slightly bigger in size than its sibling. If we talk in terms of numbers, then Hyundai Creta is about 300mm lengthier and 20mm wider than Venue.

Hyundai VenueHyundai Creta
Dimensions
Length3995mm4300mm
Width1770mm1790mm
Height1605mm1635mm
Wheel-Base2500mm2610mm

Hyundai Venue is quite new to the market as it got launched last year. On the other hand, Creta has been serving customers since 2014.

Hyundai Venue Vs 2020 Hyundai Creta: Engine And Performance

Hyundai Venue (Top Variant)
(SX+)
Hyundai Creta (Base Variant)
(EX)
Performance
Engine TypeKappa 1.0-liter Turbo GDi Petrol (BS6)1.5-liter MPi Petrol (BS6)
Maximum Power118 BHP113 BHP
Maximum Torque171 Nm144 Nm
Transmission
TypeAutomatic (7-speed DCT)Manual (6-speed)

Hyundai Venue, as well as the New Creta, are available in multiple engine options. Both vehicles have naturally aspirated as well as turbocharged engines. However, the top variant of Hyundai Venue is powered by a turbocharged engine that generates more power and torque than the base variant of New Creta.

Venue Vs New Creta: Safety Features

Since the top and base variants of the two vehicles are being considered, obviously, the top variant will lead in features. However, the base variant of New Creta has all the necessary safety features.

Hyundai Venue (Top Variant)
(SX+)
Hyundai Creta(Base Variant)
(EX)
Safety Features
No. of Airbags62
ABS (Anti-lock Braking System)YesYes
EBS (Electronic Brake Distribution)YesYes
ESC (Electronic Stability Control)YesNo
VSM (Vehicle Stability Management)YesNo
HAC (Hill Assist Control)YesNo
Speed Alert System (SAS)YesYes

Venue Vs 2020 Creta: Price And Other Features

Hyundai Venue (Top Variant)
(SX+)
Hyundai Creta (Base Variant)
(EX)
Infotainment System
Touchscreen DisplayYesNo
Hyundai Blue LinkYesNo
Smartphone Connectivity (Apple Carplay/Android Auto)YesNo
Voice Over CommandYesNo
Bluetooth ConnectivityYesNo
USBYesNo
Comfort And Convenience
Power WindowYesYes
Power SteeringYesYes
Wireless ChargingYesNo
Adjustable Driver SeatsYesYes
Panoramic SunroofYesNo
Cruise ControlYesNo
Wireless ChargingYesNo
Air PurifierYesNo
Price (ex-showroom)Rs 11.50 LakhRs 9.99 Lakh

Majorly due to the larger size of Hyundai Creta, the starting price of Creta is quite expensive than the Venue.

Hyundai Creta already has an established fanbase and a good reputation in the market. However, after looking at the specifications, one might change his mind.

The Hyundai Venue SX(O) variant comes under the price tag of Rs 10 lakh and is a top variant however, with manual transmission. The SX(O) variant has all the above-mentioned features at a reasonable price.

Hyundai Venue 2020 (1)

In contrast, the top variant of Creta that has all these features is priced at Rs 17.20 lakh. As we can see, there is a significant margin between the prices of top models.

Though Creta is one of the most successful cars from Hyundai in India, the base variant has minimal features to offer. On the other hand, one would easily get overwhelmed with the features of the top variant of Hyundai Venue.

Keeping in mind the above fact, it seems that Hyundai Venue has a lot more to offer than Hyundai Creta within the same price range.

Additionally, Hyundai Venue seems like a value for money deal in comparison to its elder sister Creta. However, Hyundai Creta is bigger with more boot space.

Nevertheless, it’s an individual’s choice to choose any one among the two.

Shaheer Anwar
I am an Automotive Enthusiast, and I cover news related to electric vehicles, hybrid vehicles, and the latest trends in the automotive sector.