2021 Hyundai Venue No Longer Available with Manual Transmission
The compact SUV Hyundai Venue loses its six-speed manual transmission in the second year on the market. The manual transmission was only available on the base SE model, where it was standard, while the SEL and Denim models were equipped with a flawlessly adjustable automatic transmission (CVT), which was also optional on the base SE model. This is the only option.
A Hyundai spokesman told cars and drivers to leave the manual transmission due to lack of demand. The 2021 Venue is powered by a 121 hp four-cylinder engine. combined with a continuously variable automatic transmission and front-wheel drive, and the EPA rated the CVT seat like a good 30 miles in the city and 34 highways per mile. miles.
We hate when it comes to manual transmissions, and now only a few subcompact SUVs can be made with a separate drive, including the Subaru Crosstrek and Kia Soul. Hyundai now offers gearshifts for Veloster, Elantra, and Accent.
Hyundai’s headquarters in 2021 starts at $ 19,925 for the basic SE model, $ 20,975 for the SEL, and $ 23,225 for the denim model.