In February 2024, Hyundai Venue Offers Incentives of up to Rs. 30,000

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The Hyundai Venue, available in six variants, starts at Rs. 7.94 lakh (ex-showroom). Throughout February 2024, customers can benefit from discounts of up to Rs. 30,000 on this sub-four-meter SUV.

The model is offered in six variants: E, S, S (O), S Plus, SX, and SX (O). For those interested in purchasing this month, discounts include cash offers of up to Rs. 30,000 along with exchange bonuses of Rs. 10,000. These incentives may vary based on factors like variant, model year, location, dealership policies, and others.

The Hyundai Venue is powered by three engine options: a 1.2-liter NA petrol, 1.0-liter turbo petrol, and a 1.5-liter diesel engine. Transmission options include a five-speed manual, six-speed manual, and a seven-speed DCT gearbox.


European Crash Testers Advocate for the Reintroduction of Physical Controls by Carmakers

While the automotive industry has made commendable progress in safety and efficiency, certain trends deserve reconsideration. For instance, the widespread use of glossy “piano black” trim and the industry’s heavy reliance on touchscreens for essential functions have drawn criticism. European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP) shares similar concerns and advocates for changes by 2026.

Euro NCAP’s director of strategic development, Matthew Avery, highlights the issue of touchscreens leading to driver distraction and emphasizes the need for separate physical controls. The organization aims to encourage manufacturers to incorporate intuitive physical controls for basic functions, such as turn signals, hazard lights, windshield wipers, horn, and SOS features like the European Union’s eCall.

Tesla’s recent shift away from physical stalks to haptic buttons for turn signals raises concerns, and Euro NCAP is urging for a reconsideration of such designs. While Euro NCAP lacks regulatory authority, its five-star safety rating holds significant influence in the market, akin to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s Top Safety Pick program in the US. This pressure is expected to prompt carmakers to reassess their design choices.

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