Hyundai Veloster Pricing and Specs
The funky Veloster was that rarest of beasts when it launched in 2012; a genuinely unusual new car. Pitched as half-sporty, half-practical, the Veloster’s unique selling point is the three-door setup - with one on the driver’s side and two on the passenger side - making access to the rear seat easier on the side that uses it the most. Available in sedate (Veloster (base)) and sporty (Veloster TURBO PREMIUM TTR) guises, the $29,490-$42,990 Veloster can be had with a choice of two petrol engines and three transmissions. Look beyond the unusual design, though, and the Veloster is a practical, comfortable and undeniably outside-the-box small car option.
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