Hyundai Veloster Features –
- Available 201-hp twin-scroll turbocharged 1.6L 4-cylinder engine
- Standard 7-inch Multimedia Touchscreen
- Unique 3-Door Design
- Available Panoramic Sunroof
Hyundai designed the Veloster to stand out and that’s exactly what it does. With vivid color options, a unique 3-door design and its long list of premium features, you’re going to love looking at it as much as you love driving it. While the Turbo, R-Spec and Rally Edition give you even greater visual impact with their distinctive front grille and bodykit designs.
The Veloster’s unique 3-door design with glass rear hatch and available panoramic sunroof create an impressive effect, giving Veloster a roomy and enjoyable interior. There are also split fold-down rear seatbacks to make room for the gear that makes great adventures possible.
What are critics saying about the Hyundai Veloster?
If your ideal car is one that is small, fuel-efficient and offers great value, a compact hatchback could be the way to go. There are many cars in this class that meet those requirements, and some are even fun to drive. At first glance, the 2016 Hyundai Veloster appears to fit into this subsection, with a wide, low stance and muscular fender flares. But the actual driving experience may leave you wanting. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
The Veloster is a pseudo hot-hatch—its quirky styling stands out in traffic—yet its racy looks deceive. The base engine is a feeble 132-hp 1.6-liter four with a standard six-speed manual; a dual-clutch six-speed automatic is optional. The Turbo boasts 201 hp and a six-speed manual; a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic is optional. Handling is predictable and lively, yet steering feel is vague. If a funky-looking hatchback is all you want, step right up, but enthusiasts will be disappointed. Read More >>
Motor Trend –
Hyundai’s Veloster has long been a nice, middle-of-the-road small crossover. The last-generation car added some much-needed styling pizzazz, and this new one takes it a step further. It’s longer, wider, lower, and more mature. It’s got a new, more powerful engine, and it gets better fuel economy. It’s loaded with more features. However, most of those improvements depend on how much money you’re willing to spend. Read More >>