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We are no longer the smallest Hyundai.
Hyundai Casper Takes the Throne.

Hyundai Casper
141.5" L x 62.8" W x 62" H

Hyundai Venue
159″ L x 70″ W x 62″ H


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Not available in North America, though. I think the Casper is mostly for the Indian and Asian markets, where they have tax incentives for diminutive vehicles.
 

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Wow. I'm good with my venue. I don't like the looks of the front end on the Casper.
Ugh, yeah it looks modern on top (like the new Kia Soul) but retro/vintage on bottom like a late 40's-early 50's Ford pickup. I mean it's not horrible looking, but kinda disjointed.

 

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Wow. I'm good with my venue. I don't like the looks of the front end on the Casper.
I agree, the front looks a lot like a Kia Soul. But I would certainly like to see more tax incentives for tiny vehicles here in the US.
 

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If the thing sells for less than $15k, it would be a hit in the USA.
The size is like smart car territory.
 

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We need a new Scion xB over here in the states!
Hey, I drove a Scion xA for fifteen years. Awesome car. I only traded up to the Venue because in those fifteen years, everyone else got a vehicle that was ten inches taller than my xA! I just needed to be able to see around me!
 

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Scions are cool. Too bad they don't make them anymore. They all were made in Japan I think. They never moved production to the USA. They don't even make the Yaris line anymore.
 

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Scions are cool. Too bad they don't make them anymore. They all were made in Japan I think. They never moved production to the USA. They don't even make the Yaris line anymore.
The only two models from Scion that is still in production today is the C-HR (originally a Scion concept) and the 86 (previously known at a Scion FR-S)
 

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Scions are cool. Too bad they don't make them anymore. They all were made in Japan I think. They never moved production to the USA. They don't even make the Yaris line anymore.
They still make a Yaris Cross, which is a lot like the Venue. They just don't sell it in North America, dammit.
 

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They still make a Yaris Cross, which is a lot like the Venue. They just don't sell it in North America, dammit.
We get all the bloated pricey land barges in North America. We don't get the small, inexpensive microcars made by Japanese manufacturers that would be perfect for the 75% of North Americans (who happen to live in cities).

And we don't get the heavy-duty diesel-powered simple 4x4's like the Toyota Landcruiser that is available in most of the world.
 
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