Find out what makes the Hyundai Venue Fluid worth more than the Venue Motion trim. We look at the differences in equipment levels and see which engine options are available in which trim.

The Hyundai Venue has proven to be a popular offering in the compact crossover segment, taking on the likes of the Toyota Urban Cruiser and Volkswagen T-Cross. It has sold well, only being outperformed by the two aforementioned models. The Hyundai Venue has even managed to outsell the popular Ford EcoSport in recent months.

The model lineup consists of three trim levels with two engine options. You get the Motion as the entry-level offering while the Fluid occupies the middle spot. The flagship trim level – the Glide – has been replaced with the N-Line.

The 1.2-litre, 4-cylinder engine is only available in the Motion trim, paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. This engine produces 61 kW and 115 Nm torque. The 1.0-litre, 3-cylinder turbocharged engine is also available in the Motion, offering 88 kW and 172 Nm torque and can be had with either a 6-speed manual or 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox. The Fluid trim is only fitted with the 1.0-litre 3-cylinder engine but you have the choice of a 6-speed manual or 7-speed DCT.

what is the difference between hyundai venue motion and fluid?

Hyundai Venue features

The Venue also has a number of handy features that are standard across the range with only a few small changes between the two trim levels, the Fluid offering a little more in the way of convenience.

Here are some of the other differences in trim between these two grades.

Feature Motion Fluid
Wheels  15/16-inch covers 16-inch alloys
Gear lever PVC Artificial leather
Rear seats Bench 60/40 split folding
Armrest X Yes
Front seats Cloth Partial leather
Side airbags X Yes
Curtain airbags X Yes
Headlights Halogen LED
Daytime Running Lights X LED
Glove compartment cooling X Yes
Folding side mirrors X Yes
Cruise Control X Yes
Roof rails X Yes

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what is the difference between hyundai venue motion and fluid?
what is the difference between hyundai venue motion and fluid?
what is the difference between hyundai venue motion and fluid?
what is the difference between hyundai venue motion and fluid?
what is the difference between hyundai venue motion and fluid?
what is the difference between hyundai venue motion and fluid?
what is the difference between hyundai venue motion and fluid?

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