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Hyundai is wading deeper into the booming SUV market. 

The Korean automaker introduced its cheapest crossover SUV on Wednesday at the New York Auto Show. Called the 2020 Venue, the pint-size subcompact expands the brand’s light-truck lineup to six, including Kona, Nexo, Tuscon, Santa Fe and Palisade.

Stocky, boxy and hard-edged, the Venue is the tiniest of the bunch, just smaller than its older sibling Kona. While the two vehicles share similar grille shapes, the newest family member symbolizes “a trendy, unique style,” according to Hyundai. 

The vehicle is for “those consumers seeking savvy design with an abundance of

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