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Good evening, everyone. As the title says, I will be installing a 3rd company-made wind deflector on my venue because it has been feeling like inside of an airplane, the wind noise is so loud when I am driving on the highway. Hope it will reduce the noise down. I just ordered it and will install it around 29th or the 30th, below is the one that I bought for your reference. I will update how this works in the future.:)
Amazon.com: JSP Rain Guards Window Deflector Compatible with Hyundai Venue 2020, 2021, 2022 Tape-on Vent Visor 4-Piece Smoke 218814 : Automotive
 

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After I bought my Venue, I had my dealer install a Hyundai bug deflector on the hood. It created a horrendous noise at highway speeds. I convinced the dealer to put foam tape on the underside of the deflector to close off the gap between it and the hood so air could no longer flow under there. It completely resolved the wind noise issue. Before installing the hood deflector, I didn't have any wind noise problems and still don't.
Did you bring your wind noise problem to the attention of your dealer? I haven't read about any wind noise complaints on the forums.
Hope the rain guards work to cure your problem.

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Forgot to ask, are you speaking of wind noise with the windows cracked open while driving on the highway.
 

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I鈥檝e got a set of those and they work well as a rain visor. A little trick I do to help wind noise when I have the driver side window down is crack both your rear windows about an inch or two. It helps with the wind buffering that you speak of. Hope this helps!鉁岎煆
 

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Unfortunately, I couldn't install it because the tape wasn't sticky enough. (I've returned it and will look at the other wind deflectors) I don't know if it's because of the cold environment I'm in or if it's just the tape itself. I usually have the windows completely closed, and when I'm driving fast on the highway (about 80 mph) without any radio or music playing, I find it very loud. How do you feel about noise when you are on the highway?
 

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I don't find the car excessively noisy on the highway but I've never driven at 80 mph. I'm not sure the vent visors are intended to reduce wind noise but maybe they could help, not sure.
The vent visor sold by Hyundai in Canada physically attaches to the window frame. It's odd how much difference there is in the accessories available from Hyundai USA vs Hyundai Canada.
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Trying to install these things in cold weather is NOT a good idea in general. Better to wait for warmer temps above 60 to ensure the adhesive will cure. I can tell you there is no difference in noise with the visors installed. That is really not their purpose.
The venue does suffer from wind buffering because of its design and it does not play well with the wind when it kicks up at higher speeds. However the venue is equipped with a pretty good deterrent system鈥t鈥檚 called the 鈥渧olume鈥 knob in your user manual. I would suggest you give it a try. The head unit does have a noise cancelling feature and does help even at lower listening volumes. It definitely works at higher setting because I have no idea of the noise you refer to, because it鈥檚 too noisy with my music鈥.
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A fellow Venue owner and I have this brand, we haven't had any issues with this. They come in smoked, or chrome, personal preferences, made in Korea. Very high quality material.

To install these, make sure you grab some 3M promoter. Clean surface with alcohol pads, dry well, use 3M promoter, peel and stick visor. Then either lightly heat gun or leave car out in sun to cure and adhere.

 

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Trying to install these things in cold weather is NOT a good idea in general. Better to wait for warmer temps above 60 to ensure the adhesive will cure. I can tell you there is no difference in noise with the visors installed. That is really not their purpose.
The venue does suffer from wind buffering because of its design and it does not play well with the wind when it kicks up at higher speeds. However the venue is equipped with a pretty good deterrent system鈥t鈥檚 called the 鈥渧olume鈥 knob in your user manual. I would suggest you give it a try. The head unit does have a noise cancelling feature and does help even at lower listening volumes. It definitely works at higher setting because I have no idea of the noise you refer to, because it鈥檚 too noisy with my music鈥.
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Seriously though, if I have a complaint it's that above 60 there is windnoise. I can live with it, or turn off my hearing aides, though risky. I can crank up the volume, but maybe that could be uncomfortable tearing across Wyoming at 90.
I refuse to ask what a a Venue sounds like even at 80.
 
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