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First Look: 2020 Hyundai Venue [video]

It took Nik Miles 24 hours of travel to get to Australia so he could be one of the first in the world to drive the Hyundai Venue. It comes to market at the end of 2019, and in the United States, Hyundai is saying that the Venue is a smart alternative to buying a used car. New buyers favor SUVs, but they are out of reach for some buyers with prices starting in the mid-$20,000 range and going up to well over $80,000. Hyundai is offering an alternative to a used SUV in the new Venue with style, affordability, safety, and versatility.

The Hyundai Venue directly competes with the Honda HR-V, Toyota C-HR, and Nissan Kicks. Along with the 10-year, 100,000-mile warranty, the Venue also comes with Hyundai's reputation for reliability and safety.

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Kelley Blue Book® Trade-in Value

The Kelley Blue Book® Trade-in Value is Kelley Blue Book's estimate of what a consumer can expect to receive from a dealer for a trade-in vehicle assuming an accurate appraisal of condition. This value will likely be less than the Kelley Blue Book® Private Party Value because the reselling dealer incurs the cost of safety inspections, reconditioning and other costs of doing business.

Kelley Blue Book® Private Party Value

This is the starting point for negotiation of a used-car sale between a private buyer and seller. This is an “as is” value that does not include any warranties. The final price depends on the car’s actual condition and local market factors.

Kelley Blue Book® Typical Listing Price

Formerly known as Suggested Retail Price, the Kelley Blue Book® Typical Listing Price is representative of dealers’ asking prices for a used car. It assumes that the vehicle has been fully reconditioned and has a clean title history. This price also takes into account the dealers’ profit, costs for advertising, sales commissions and other costs of doing business. The final sale price will likely be less, depending on the car’s actual condition, popularity, type of warranty offered and local market factors. In other words, it's the price you should expect a dealer to ask - not always the price you should pay.

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About Kelley Blue Book If you're searching for used car pricing information, then you'll want to use the most trusted source in the car business: Kelley Blue Book. The Blue Book® is the vehicle information resource used by consumers and the automobile industry to establish price guidelines. Since 1926, new and used car buyers and sellers have relied upon Kelley Blue Book for authoritative and unbiased information to make well-informed car, truck and SUV buying decisions. Kelley Blue Book reports used car values for a variety of buying and selling transactions: trading in your automobile to a dealer, buying a used car from a dealer, buying a used car from a private party and selling your used car to a private party. Blue Book used car values are determined by taking into consideration the equipment and options on the automobile, the vehicle's mileage, the condition of the automobile and the geographic area where the car has been driven.

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