The 2012 Hyundai Veloster has finally hit US dealerships. In this video, I show you the exterior, interior, and features of this new car.
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2012 Hyundai Veloster Review
Ron Doron of www.TheDriversSeat.tv gives us a review of the 2012 Hyundai
Veloster...along with a trip to the autocross!
2012 Hyundai Veloster HD Video Review
http://drivencarreviews.com/ Like your transportation beige, bland and
boring? Move along then. Hyundai Veloster is not your ride. It will be
known to the masses for its unusual three door design but owners will
embrace it for the handling and value. Tom Voelk attends the Portland,
Oregon press launch.
2012 Hyundai Veloster Review - Hyundai of Tempe
The concept has finally become reality. The 2012 Hyundai Veloster is now
available at Hyundai of Tempe. We offer a variety of new and pre-owned
Hyundai's plus a great selection of other used cars. Watch our exclusive
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2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo Review : MPGomatic
MPGomatic.com puts a six-speed manual 2013 Hyundai Veloster turbo to a grueling 500+ mile test drive. We
switched things up a bit with this review, and have included a demo of the
Blue Max and Eco-Coach features along with our usual 0-60 MPH and fuel
economy testing. It's in HD, as well. :) Big screen and Big MPGs, woo hoo!
The Hyundai Veloster turbo is equipped
with a turbocharged 16-valve Dual-CVVT
1.6-liter inline four-cylinder engine producing 201 horsepower and 195 pound
feet of torque. The intercooled and gasoline direct-injected (GDI) four
banger cranks out more than sixty HP and seventy pound feet of torque over
the naturally-aspirated 2012 Veloster we tested earlier this year.
A six-speed manual transmission is standard in the Veloster turbo, while a six-speed automatic is optional.
2013 Veloster turbo M/T
Ultimtate Package - $2,500
Carpeted Floor Mats - $95
Michelin Pilot Super Sport 215/40ZR18 Summer Tires - $1,200
Inland Freight and Handling - $775
MSRP including options: $26,520
More MPGomatic ...
Real World Test Drive 2012 Hyundai Veloster
It lets the driver play video games and it has a built-in social networking
function, geo-fencing and a curfew alert
Come with us to Portland, Oregon for a Real World Test Drive of the
2012 Hyundai Veloster Test Drive Review
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This video takes a look at the new addition to Hyundai's lineup....the
2012 Hyundai Veloster 6-Speed Start Up, Exterior/ Interior Review
Today viewers, you are witnessing the birth of a new chapter in small car
design, with the introduction of this: the all new 2012 Hyundai Veloster.
While most might say it's just a new body on an old platform, that is where
you're wrong. It's been fitted with some of Hyundai's newest technology,
and styling cues that would boggle the mind!
It brings a new type of body style to our world as well, now known as a 3
door coupe, which is wierd since most coupes are 2 door's. However, with
the Veloster, it incorporates 2 doors into one side of the vehicle, and
only 1 on the driver's side.
It's powered by an all new 1.6L GDi (Gas Direct Injection) I-4 with D-CVVT
(Dual Continuous Variable Valve Timing) which makes 138 hp and 123 lb/ft of
torque. The engine is a bit disapointing since it's pretty much the same as
the new Kia Soul. On that same front however, it does now put it in the 40
MPG club, along with the Elantra, Sonata Hybrid, and Accent. So it's really
the best of all worlds. You get all the looks of a sports car, with the
fuel efficiency of a compact.
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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
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.
2012 Hyundai Veloster Start Up, Quick Tour, & Rev With Exhaust View - 2K
2012 Hyundai Veloster
It's packs 138 HP 1.6L DOHC 4 Cyl which is paired to a 6 speed auto (Dual
Clutch Automated Manual or DSG )
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That's decent HP from a 1.6L but it's just too weak of an engine for this
car. Not fast or peppy by any means. I dislike the rear end which IMO
looks half baked, rear seat entry is just terrible aside from the awful
legroom, & I found the front seats uncomfortable.
I will admit that the car is an eye catcher, but it really does fall short
of all the hype . Best waiting for the turbo version coming soon which would make the car
tolerable in some form, just not in this ugly color lol.
Update!! As of 10/13/2012, I had the opportunity to drive a Veloster & I
was extremely unimpressed. It had the most obvious economy car ride, the
lightest & most lifeless steering, the driver seat was too firm to be comfy
after 15 mins, the Dual Clutch Automated Manual Gearbox was on the lazy
side, & the entry 1.6L engine certainly doesn't provide enough pep to fit
the car's attitude. Its an interesting & eye catching car to look at but
thats where it ends. It's not a refined, fun, or spirited car to drive. The
question now is, has Hyundai rectified any of the above noted shortcomings
with the turbo version?