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💥2020 Hyundai Venue Review.
Nearly twenty-five years ago, the creators of Star Trek decided to go back to the well one more time in search of TV gold. Riding high on the recent success of The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine series, Berman et al launched Voyager, a third show which was a similar – yet unique – take on a familiar formula.
At the time, talking heads – and even die-hard fans – were questioning the decision to launch yet another iteration of the recipe. Who would watch it? From where would it draw fans? Is there a demand for one more?
Hyundai seems to be asking itself the same questions, at least in reference to its lineup of SUVs and crossovers. When the Tucson appeared in the 2005 model year, it was pitched as the brand’s smallest rig. A few years later, Hyundai moved the goalposts and introduced the Kona, sized – you guessed it – one size smaller than the Tucson. Now we find the Venue, a machine that returns to the compact crossover well one more time in an effort to harvest sales from the entry-level-price end of the arena.
Has it worked? Has Hyundai found success as Paramount did with Voyager or will this be a short-lived tale like Joey? We traveled to New Orleans to find out.
First, some perspective. Standing just 158.9 inches long on a 99.2-inch wheelbase, Venue is 5.1 and 3.2 inches shorter, respectively. Compared to a yardstick that most of you lot can instantly visualize, Venue is about half a foot longer than a 2020 Mini Cooper. This is a small car.
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