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The Hyundai Venue is not immune to problems and reliability concerns. Owners with the DCT transmission are dealing with a number of issues at the moment. Thankfully that's not the case with U.S-spec versions equipped with the CVT. Common among ALL Venue's seem to be ride quality that is "flinty" and "oversprung." Anyone notice this?
How reliable has your Venue been so far?
 

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My ride quality is fine. But then I've always owned small cheap cars, so maybe my standards are too low!

My only issue is with the infotainment system. I like playing music from a USB drive. The built-in player has a really crappy "shuffle" function (it keeps playing the same ten or so songs over and over, no matter how many are in the folder). And whenever I start the car, it insists on staring at the beginning of the list of music (alphabetically) on the drive, instead of from where I left off.

But mechanically, the car has been great.
 

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My ride quality is fine. But them I've always owned small cheap cars, so maybe my standards are too low!

My only issue is with the infotainment system. I like playing music from a USB drive. The built-in player has a really crappy "shuffle" function (it keeps playing the same ten or so songs over and over, no matter how many are in the folder). And whenever I start the car, it insists on staring at the beginning of the list of music (alphabetically) on the drive, instead of from where I left off.

But mechanically, the car has been great.
I also agree with Chicago Jake. I have have similar observation.
Apart from that there is issue with USB ports it seems.
There are two ports but one is solely used for charging whereas other one can be used for connecting the phone or USB for song playing.

Now if I want to connect my phone for Android Auto, I cannot use another USB port and play the songs from Pen Drive (USB).
So at a time I can either connect USB to play songs or connect the phone for Android Auto.
I see there is no use of having another USB port which meant only for charging.

Does anyone know how to configure USB ports with the music system so that I can connect the Android Auto on one USB and play the songs from anther USB.

Thanks!
 

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Well I did solve one of my problems. I reformatted the flash drive, and now it remembers where I left off in my list of songs. It still does a horrible job of shuffling them, though :(
 

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Well I did solve one of my problems. I reformatted the flash drive, and now it remembers where I left off in my list of songs. It still does a horrible job of shuffling them, though :(
Yes, shuffling is bit tricky every time with this infotainment system. Don't know why it keep playing one particular song after every 3-4 songs.
 
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