New Hyundai Veloster - AutoChoose.com

Hyundai Veloster

New Hyundai Veloster Price, Pictures, and Specs - AutoChoose.com
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If you are in the market for a fun, funky hatchback then look no further because the Hyundai is about as funky as you can get. The first thing you’ll notice about the Veloster is its blunt, bulldog-like styling. A large front grill and headlights accented with LED daytime running lights give the Veloster an aggressive look almost begging to get into a fight with something bigger than it. The Veloster’s signature item is its unique door design. From the driver’s side the vehicle looks like a sporty, two-door hatchback but walk around to the other side of the vehicle and you’ll see the normal sedan-style layout.
The Veloster has two powertrains available ranging from an economical 1.6L inline four mated with a 6-speed automatic to a peppier 2.0L turbo producing 201-hp and partnered to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic. A 6-speed manual transmission is also available for those looking to have a bit more fun. Besides the two engine options there are a few performance-oriented trim levels for you to choose from as well. The R-Spec trim features a sport-tuned suspension as well as some exterior modifications to tell it apart in a crowd.
Although the Veloster is a small hatchback it has quite the roomy interior. A cloth interior comes standard although a full leather interior is available for a slight upcharge (highly recommended). Hyundai put in considerable work into the multimedia system making it (in our opinion) best in class featuring a 7-inch touchscreen and even a standard rearview camera. Even the buttons have a glossy finish making you forget you are in an entry-level vehicle. The standard stereo has a decent range of depth however we suggest upgrading to the 450-watt premium audio system with its 8 speakers and 8-inch subwoofer.
The Hyundai Veloster has a lot to offer those looking for a fun entry-level vehicle but still do not want to skimp out on the finer things. Rumors have been floating around that Hyundai might eventually make a faster version of the Veloster and if that ends up being true then you’ll find us first in line to get one. The Hyundai Veloster competes against the Chevrolet Cruze, Kia Forte5, and Mazda 3 Hatch.

The Stats
Starting Price: $18,150
Engine: 1.6L Inline four or 2.0L Inline four
Horsepower: 138/ 201
Torque: 123/ 195 lb/ft
0-60 MPH: 6.2-8.3 Seconds
Fuel Economy: 24-28/33-36 mpg
Safety Rating: 5 Stars.

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