Hyundai Veloster Review - Everyday Driver

The guys see if the quirky Veloster is a worthwhile addition to the crowded world of entry-level cars. How does this three door oddity stack up against the Civics and Minis of the world? Paul and Todd seek out a canyon road to find out.

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2016 Hyundai Veloster | 5 Reasons to Buy | Autotrader
Looking to stand out? The 2016 Hyundai Veloster offers something truly different, with a distinct look, three doors and much more. Here are five reasons this hatchback could be perfect for you. Unique Style This car looks like nothing else you've seen. There are cool LED running lights, heated mirrors and 17-inch alloy wheels, all of which come standard. From head to toe, this is a job well-done from the Hyundai design team. If you're looking to stand apart from the masses, the Veloster is the way to go. Affordable Simply put, you're going to have a hard time finding a sporty hatchback with three doors and styling this unique for this price. The Veloster starts at around $18,000, and even the top trim levels start in the low $20,000s -- this car is definitely reasonably priced. Great on Gas Hyundai didn't skimp on the Veloster. They made sure to prioritize fuel efficiency, which is important for buyers these days. The base trim level returns a remarkable 35 miles per gallon on the highway, while the sportier trim levels deliver a solid 33 mpg hwy -- impressive numbers indeed. Feature-Filled The Veloster is loaded up pretty nicely. Standard features include a 7-inch touchscreen with all the goods, a rearview camera, Bluetooth and much more. There's also a cool Style package that wraps your steering wheel in leather and gives you a panoramic sunroof -- and that's just the start. Fun Drive From behind the wheel, the Veloster certainly holds its own. The base engine has an adequate 132 horsepower, but we like the turbocharged 1.6-liter 201-hp engine best, especially in manual-transmission form. The Rally Edition trim level we drove was especially fun through tight turns. Autotrader Says Tired of driving something that looks like everything else? This car can change that, and it won't flatten your pockets. Get into a 2016 Hyundai Veloster, and enjoy this sporty hatchback. Find a Hyundai Veloster for sale Read more about the Hyundai Veloster: Read more about Hyundai: Read Hyundai News and Reviews: Compare cars, read reviews and find deals at SUBSCRIBE: Connect with Autotrader: Facebook: Twitter: Google+: Instagram: Pinterest: About Autotrader: Our mission at Autotrader is to be your ultimate online solution for buying and selling new, certified and used cars. Not sure which type of car you want? That's okay. lets you research and compare cars by searching for body type, mileage, price and numerous other criteria.

Six-Month Road Test Hyundai Veloster: Video Road Test
Subscribe for the latest videos: We're nearly halfway through our six-month road test of the 2012 Hyundai Veloster and it's time to check in and see what we've learned so far. How's the fuel economy? What's it like to live with the quirky three-door hatchback? Our guy Joel tells all in our latest video road test. Watch More Videos On Follow Us Facebook: Twitter: Google+:

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Hyundai Veloster hatchback review - CarBuyer
Hyundai Veloster hatchback 2014 review: Subscribe to the Carbuyer YouTube channel: Subscribe to Auto Express: The Hyundai Veloster is the firm's latest attempt to produce a coupe without compromise, and first impressions prove they are not far off the mark. One highlight is the clever door arrangement, which is similar to a MINI Clubman. It has a single door on one side and a pair of doors on the other to improve access to the back seats. Unlike the Clubman, Hyundai has engineered the door layout for the UK, so the double doors open on to the pavement, not into the road. At the moment there's a single engine choice - a rather weak 138bhp 1.6-litre petrol - but this may be joined by a diesel and a high powered turbo version in the near future. The Veloster's sharp chassis is easily capable of dealing with more power.