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 $29,780-$43,410 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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Hyundai Veloster FAQs
Check out real-world situations relating to the Hyundai Veloster here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Veloster vs A1 vs Polo GTI
The Veloster has just had an update and is better, the A1 is all right but the Polo is a ripper little thing that gets The Tick and is my choice.Show more
Velostar clutch wearing out quickly?
Problems with clutches are cropping up on a regular basis these days, certainly more than they did a few years ago. It's hard to say how long a clutch should last today, in the past I would have said that 36,000km is too low, but it's now not unusual to hear of clutches needing replacement at relatively low kays. As yours is still not worn out it might not actually need replacing until 50,000km or more and that would be within the acceptable range. The only way to determine if the wear is abnormal is to inspect it.Show more
Hyundai Veloster good first car?
It has 5-star safety, is quite cheap to run, and parts and servicing are not expensive, all of which make it a good choice. But for a rookie driver's first car it might not be the best choice, given its performance and his inexperience. Perhaps think about a non-turbo model.Show more