The 2020 Hyundai Venue packs a standout look from all angles. Bold lines and curves craft a silhouette you’ll find nowhere else. Meanwhile, the front cascading grille leaves the right kind of lasting impression on all who see.
When you’re cruising through Tampa and other busy cities, you’ll find the 2020 Hyundai Venue’s compact size works to your advantage when fitting into snug parking spots or cruising tight roads.
Take it for a spin, and you’ll find this compact SUV offers a responsive ride that’s perfect for traversing any urban environment with confidence. To show you how great of a ride this SUV offers, we’ll compare it with one of its biggest competitors—the 2020 Kia Soul.
If you’re already interested in the 2020 Hyundai Venue, head to Brandon Hyundai in Tampa to test drive this sleek and compact SUV. Until then, here’s a look at the Hyundai Venue vs Kia Soul.
It’s always a fun ride inside the 2020 Hyundai Venue. That’s because a standard Smartstream 1.6L 4-cylinder engine powers each of your drives. The 121 horsepower and 113 lb-ft torque go a long way in the 2020 Venue’s lightweight 2,557-lb frame. You’ll also feel that power when you hit the I-4 and pass slower drivers to get moving onto open stretches of highway.
You’ll also enjoy an efficient ride everywhere you drive with up to EPA-estimated 34 highway mpg. For most daily commutes, that’s enough fuel economy to get through the week without refuels.
Hop inside the 2020 Kia Soul, and you’ll also find a standard 2.0L in-line 4-cylinder motor backing 247 horsepower and 132 lb-ft torque. You’ll also get some efficiency with up to EPA-estimated 33 highway mpg.
As far as the ride goes, both SUVs offer comparable power (remember, the Kia soul weighs nearly 300 lbs more, which explains the power difference). However, the 2020 Hyundai Venue brings more fuel economy for your rides, which helps the SUV gain a win for this round.
Whoever thought your commutes could feel fun? Ride inside the 2020 Hyundai Venue, and you’ll see how this is possible.
In the front, available heated seats wait to comfort you for those brisk and wet Florida mornings. Move to the back, and you’ll have room for everything you’ll need to head to the office or embark on a road trip. And with dual-stage cargo storage coming standard, organizing everything never felt easier.
For connecting to all your favorite media, a standard 8-inch touchscreen comes loaded with Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay®. Whether you’re ready to jam out to your favorite playlists or respond to texts with your hands on the wheel—it’s all possible thanks to these apps.
The Kia Soul is no slouch when it comes to onboard comfort. Available heated seats can also make for fun rides. You’ll also have a 7-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
In the back, dual-level cargo is available if you’re looking to organize all your goods in the 2020 Kia Soul.
For this round, the Hyundai Venue gains the win with an extra inch on the infotainment screen. It might not seem like much, but one inch is huge when you’re trying to precisely hit icons or adjust settings on bumpy roads. Also, the dual-level cargo comes standard to help you prepare for anything.
Hyundai understands that safety takes priority over all else when you’re on the road. That’s why you’ll find standard driver-assists to keep every commute safe and efficient.
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection warns you of potential collisions with vehicles or pedestrians ahead. If you don’t swerve or stop in time, your Hyundai automatically brakes for you to help you stay out of fender benders on the city streets.
Avoiding side collisions also became easier thanks to Lane Keeping Assist (LKA). Anytime you drift from your lane without a signal, you’ll receive audio and visual warnings to grab your attention. Gentle steering also helps you move to the center of your lane—preventing you from accidentally cutting off other drivers or causing sideswipes on the highway.
When you’re driving in the early morning (or for long hours) it’s natural to feel tired. Thankfully, Driver-Attention Warning (DAW) monitors your habits and sends you warnings when you seem too tired to drive without getting distracted. It’s the perfect tool for letting you know when it’s a good time to pull over and take a quick break.
By comparison, the 2020 Kia Soul only offers available driver-assists. Available Lane Keeping Assist and Forward Collision warnings help you stay safe on the road. But if you’re sticking to base trims, the 2020 Hyundai Venue takes this round by default.
We’re not the only ones who think the 2020 Hyundai Venue offers legendary drives. This compact SUV was also a recipient of the Long-Term Ownership Value Awards From KBB. Feel for yourself how this vehicle won these honorable awards by heading to Brandon Hyundai and test driving the 2020 Hyundai Venue. While on the road, try out the infotainment and comfort features to see how this SUV will change your commute.
We’re happy to help you as your local Hyundai dealer. Stop by anytime to see how different trims and available features can help you navigate Florida better than ever before.
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