So far this year, 53 percent of Hyundai’s sales in the United States have been SUVs, and in the last two years, Hyundai has introduced three all-new suv models. Well, here’s the fourth. It’s the 2020 Hyundai Venue. When it goes on sale this December, it will be the Korean automaker's smallest and least-expensive SUV and the sixth in its expansive lineup.
Built in Korea, the new Venue slots below the brand’s slightly larger Kona, which was introduced in 2018, and basically replaces the Accent hatchback. It’s a subcompact crossover and completes in a class rapidly growing in popularity as more and more buyers choose small suvs over sedans and hatchbacks. Fun-to-drive and fuel-efficient, the Venue competes with many other small crossovers, including the Ford EcoSport, Nissan Kicks, Chevrolet Trax, Mazda CX-3, Honda HR-V, Toyota C-HR, and FIAT 500X.