Nissan Kicks vs. Hyundai Venue
Nissan Kicks
Hyundai Venue
At a Glance: Kicks vs. Venue
Nissan Kicks

Are you ready to buy your first SUV but don’t know where to start your search? Our team at South Shore Nissan has seen a rise in compact SUVs, like the Nissan Kicks and the Hyundai Venue, on the roads of Amityville, NY—and for good reason! These vehicles are zippy, playful, and engineered with purposeful space. Can you dig it?

Get ready to kick it in the Nissan Kicks or the Hyundai Venue! Continue reading our curated comparison below to unveil your next 4-wheeled companion.



25.3 cu. ft. | 18.7 cu. ft.
Kicks vs Venue


31 city/36 hwy* | 29 city/33 hwy
Kicks vs Venue


Standard | Available
Kicks vs Venue
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Nissan Kicks

When you get a new car, obviously you want to show it off to all your friends and family. The Kicks and the Venue have ample space for your crew! You'll enjoy the Nissan by your side when it comes to personal or group adventures requiring you to pack gear.

Interior Comfort

The Kicks and the Venue can seat up to five passengers who’ll share over 90 cubic feet of passenger space! That’s plenty of wiggle room to bust out the air guitar or stretch out on a long journey.

Speaking of long trips, the supple cloth upholstery on both models will be just as comfortable as your living room couch. If you dig the feel of synthetic leather more, it’s an option for both vehicles!

Space for Your Gear

Are you staying at a hotel, bed and breakfast, cabin, resort, or Airbnb for a week? Sounds like you’ll need to bring a bunch of essentials. If your special someone is joining you, you’ll have over 31 cubic feet of space for everyone’s luggage and toiletry bags when you fold the rear row in either SUV.

If you’re going on a friends’ reunion trip or a work bonding outing and need all seats upright, you’ll want to be driving the Nissan since it offers a larger trunk.

  • Nissan Kicks Trunk Capacity: 25.3 cubic feet
  • Hyundai Venue Trunk Capacity: 18.7 cubic feet

Extra space in the trunk means smooth, easy packing. There may even be room to spare!

Nissan Kicks

If you live an active lifestyle, you’ll need an SUV that keeps up with you. The Nissan Kicks and the Hyundai Venue have the drive you’re looking for. Which model will blend power and efficiency effortlessly, though?

Full of Pep

Under the hoods of both the Nissan and the Hyundai lives a 1.6L 4-cylinder engine. Their matching powertrains mean you’ll experience the same satisfying precision and peppy acceleration in both models.

The Kicks does have a slight edge in the power department:

Nissan Kicks
Hyundai Venue
122 HP Horsepower 121 HP
114 lb-ft Torque113 lb-ft
Go the Distance

The competition is close when it comes to fuel efficiency, too! However, once again, the Nissan is in the lead:

  • The Nissan Kicks achieves an EPA-estimated 31 city/36 highway MPG rating.*
  • The Hyundai Venue achieves an EPA-estimated 29 city/33 highway MPG rating.

The Nissan Kicks runs away with the win and leaves the gas pump in the dust, too! You may visit the gas station more frequently with the Hyundai Venue.

Nissan Kicks

Safety is a sought-after aspect for many car buyers. After all, you’ll feel your best behind the wheel when it prioritizes your well-being. Nissan and Hyundai have equipped their models with standard safety suites, so you’ll be protected no matter which trim level you choose.

Safety First

Nissan Safety Shield® 360 and Hyundai SmartSense are the standard driver-assistance suites in the Kicks and the Venue. These suites are designed to help prevent accidents and boost your confidence via these helpful features:

  • Forward Collision Warning
  • Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • High Beam Assist

Whether staying local or venturing elsewhere, these features will deliver you from Point A to Point B without hiccups.

What’s Going On Back There?

You’ll also need a hand to see what’s going on behind your vehicle. The Nissan Kicks has your back. Its standard Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert feature constantly monitors the places you can’t see, like your vehicle’s flanks or backside. In doing so, you can avoid rear-end collisions or merging unsafely.

Similar features are available on the Hyundai Venue when you upgrade to a higher trim level.

It’s Decision Time!
Nissan Kicks

We hope our comparison of the Nissan Kicks and the Hyundai Venue has eased your decision! If you’re still on the fence, we get it. Both models can offer something unique to your Amityville, NY adventures.

However, the Nissan’s spacious trunk, impressive fuel efficiency rating, and advanced safety suite make it the winner in our eyes. If you agree, book a test drive with South Shore Nissan today!

All of the tools you need to move forward with experiencing a new Kicks for yourself are conveniently available right here online.

*Fuel economy based on targeted 2024 EPA fuel economy estimates for 2024 Kicks – EPA data not available at time of publication. Targeted 2024 fuel economy 31 City MPG / 36 Highway MPG / 33 Combined MPG. Estimates based on Nissan internal testing results, subject to EPA confirmation. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions. Use for comparison only.

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