Small crossover vehicles like the 2020 Hyundai Venue have taken a place on the big SUV stage, and the Venue comes off like a pint-size star.
Sold in SE and SEL editions, the 2020 Venue compares to vehicles such as the Nissan Kicks to the Ford Ecosport. It outzips them with a less buzzy interior, a more user-friendly cockpit, nicer seats, and a step-ahead warranty.
Though it’s far from quick or plush, a $18,470 Venue SE or a $20,370 Venue SEL doesn’t have to be either. We give it a TCC Rating of 6.2 out of 10, before safety scores are in. (Read more about how we rate cars.)
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The Venue kicks off things with a rugged look that owes much to bigger Hyundais. It has a square-jawed stance and a body as easily recognizable as a Kia Soul. Highlighted with bright paint choices and available 17-inch wheels, the snappy 2020 Venue wraps around a cockpit made for…