That is just SAD!!.......Few weeks ago there was a beautiful late 50s Corvette (red and white 2 tone) sitting in a parking spot near the front of the grocery store here locally. Out of like 8 people walking up to the store, not one person even gave it a second glance. It may as well been a Toyota Corolla sitting there. A 40 something dad didn't point it out to his 3 kids with him......
Usually I look at their wheels or roof rails and its a dead giveawayThat's strange, as the SEL model is only $1,000 more, and you get nicer wheels, 2 extra drive modes, roof rack, rear cross-traffic alert, blind-spot warning, auto climate control which I love. Oh also the chrome grille.
That's a crapload of content for $1,000 more.
Kinda interesting that Hyundai doesn't put trim logos on their vehicles like SE, SEL, etc.. I guess they highlight the difference with the details like the chrome grille.
Yeah, when I was shopping in January/February, there were still plenty of dealers that still had new 2020s on the lot.I am in Northwestern NJ. I’ve had my ‘21 Sel since April ‘21 and I have only seen 2 other Venues on the road. When I was looking to purchase back in March/April of this year some dealerships had 30 Venue’s on their lots, now you are lucky if they have one. They really don’t advertise them either. Curious to see what the 2022 Venue’s will offer.
That ought to be fun. It says all cars are welcome. Maybe there will be a few Venues/Konas there. You Venue/Kona blokes can all park together.I researched Hyundai Car Meets/Clubs in California, Orange County.
I stumbled upon United Velosters. They do stuff in LA and Orange Counties.
I am thinking of checking them out in Anaheim this month.
Let me know if anyone is interested.
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