Aspiring to give your millennial child a rare opportunity to learn to drive a manual transmission vehicle? Check out the Hyundai Venue. Whether you choose the six-speed manual or the Hyundai Smartstream Intelligent Variable Transmission, both will be front-wheel-drive, mated to a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine producing 121horsepower. For as little as $17,350 the Venue is smart looking inside and out with smooth ride quality and offers an impressive list of standards–Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility on Venue’s 8-inch touchscreen, forward collision warning with automatic braking, lane-keeping assist, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert, Our test vehicle was the automatic rated at 32 mpg combined. With the SEL mid-trim level, its total price tag of $23,405 included a Convenience Package adding power sunroof, sliding armrest, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and shift knob, and two extra collision warning features plus a Premium Package adding heated front seats, LED lights, Proximity Key with push-button start, 8-inch color touchscreen with nav and Hyundai’s Blue Link communications system linking with Amazon Alexa and Google Home devices to provide remote starting.