The Hyundai Veloster is a Kammback-style, 3-door compact coupe first introduced in 2011. The Veloster is unique in the sense that it features an asymmetrical door design: with one large door on the driver’s side and two doors on the passenger side, it eschews the balanced design that many competitors put in their own cars. The Veloster is Hyundai’s attempt to appeal to younger drivers, and is priced competitively for that reason as well; capable of seating five despite the odd door configuration, the Veloster brings style, versatility and comfort to the youth of today. You can learn more about the Veloster at Cars.com’s official profile page for it.
The current Hyundai Veloster comes in four different trim levels, starting with the eponymously-named Veloster, the base model. The Veloster (base) features a 138-hp 1.6L DOHC 4-cylinder engine, a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission with EcoShift DCT, 17-inch alloy wheels, premium cloth seating and gets 35 combined MPG. It retails for $17,800. The Veloster RE: Flex retails for $21,650 and features and slightly-less-powerful engine (132 vs. 138 hp) and no manual transmission, but makes up for it with leather seating, 18-inch alloy wheels with a chrome finish, illuminated door entrance sill plates and 36 combined MPG. The Veloster Turbo R-Spec features a 201-hp turbocharged 1.6L 4-cylinder engine capable of 33 combined MPG and comes with a sport-tuned suspension, a premium audio system, rear LED tail lights and comes in at $21,300. The last trim level, the Turbo, features the same engine as the R-Spec and features an optional automatic transmission, unique 18-inch alloy wheels with chrome accents, heated front seats and torque vectoring control, all for just $22,300.
The Hyundai Veloster is a compact car, which means is one of the smallest Hyundai models that you can buy. Though the price-tag may be a little big higher than other vehicles in its class, it also comes with quite a few things that others don’t. You won’t need to deal with any oversize or overweight vehicle shipping fees; the Veloster is a small car, and carriers haul small cars at their standard rate, because that’s what their standard rates are based on. And even then, the Veloster only comes in at $22,300 – far less than any type of vehicle that needs to be shipped enclosed, which is great for you and your wallet because enclosed shipping is expensive, which is why it’s typically reserved for only the most expensive of vehicles.
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