2019 Hyundai Veloster

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Pricing

MSRP* $18,500 - $26,900
Invoice* $17,897 - $25,969

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MPG

City 22 - 28 MPG Hwy 28 - 34 MPG

Safety Rating

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Overall Rating:
4.4 (out of 5)
Value 4.2
Exterior 4.6
Interior 4.3
Comfort 4.3
Performance 4.5
Reliability 4.7
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Airbags did not deploy in head on collision

by Kimber2012000 from Maryville | November 06, 2019

I would not put my family in this car again. I was in a head on collision that totaled my car and the air bags did not deploy

*****
Best bang for the buck, smiles per gallon!

by JillianP from Mt.Dora, Florida | August 25, 2019

Owned many cars over the last 24 years. The Veloster N was my 15th new car purchase over the past year and a half alone. Almost 1 new car a month. Out of those 15 cars I have kept 2... a Genesis 5.0 sedan and this Veloster N. I bought a Dodge SRT 392 Charger about a year ago, but jumped on the hype train of all the car review articles and traded it in on a Kia Stinger GT2...what a mistake. Out of all the cars I've owned it's about my only regret next to getting rid of my 2014 Mustang GT 500. The stinger looked premium, but felt cheap especially for its $52k sticker. A lot of the things I loved about my 392 charger I found again in the Veloster N. Sure the Veloster N is a compact car so it's not as roomy or comfortable as the 392 was, sure it doesnt have a big V8 and 500hp, but it shines for what it is intended to be. The Veloster N does have hard plastics almost everywhere in the interior, but when I'm driving an engaging and exciting car, I'm not reaching everywhere to touch things like the dash or door cards. I'm grabbing the steering wheel and gear shifter, while my feet are playing with the 3 pedals beneath. All these items are perfect, absolutely perfect. The infotainment and the Infiniti sound system are great, as are the steering wheel controls. So what, boo hoo, no soft touch material on the dash or door panels...it doesnt mean it's cheap, it is plastic, but its not cheap quality plastic. Fit and finish are good and the plastics save weight, have a nice layout, and a nice design. You can customize so much to your preference in the way the chassis and performance of the car by going through the infotainment; 3 modes for the e-LSD, 3 modes for the ESC, 3 modes for the steering heaviness, 3 modes for dampening the suspension, 3 modes for the valved exhaust note, and 3 modes for rev matching. It has great brakes with a big initial bite and zero fade, great turn in and on center feel, its flickable, and even though it is a FWD car, it can oversteer if you set the ESC to Sport +, it feels like a rear wheel drive car. The burples, crackles, and pops from the exhuast are excellent and sound like a rally cars exhuast but can be muted with just the touch of a button. Great short throw shifter with positive engagement, clutch feel and take up is perfect. The dash cluster has shift lights like an F1 car as well as oil temp gauge, boost pressure, torque, hp, mpg, ect. The 275hp 2.0 4 cylinder is more than you need with 0-60 in 5.2 seconds. The car has an easy to use programmable launch control if needed. The Pirelli P-0 summer tires are labeled HN for Hyundai N as they are specialty made for this car and provide great traction and lateral grip. The exterior styling is not over the top and looks fantastic. The LED tail lights remind me of a Lamborghini Aventador's pattern, the areo kit has purpose and is functional, and the front chin spoiler provides for an aggressive look. Could things be better, sure, but not for the price point. This car has exceeded my expectations, which is rare. It will serve many duties if needed; fun machine, proven track car stock due to well thought out and laid out engine components like oil cooler, intercooler, clutch, carbon fiber synchros, too much to list you just have to read about it or watch some videos, lastly it's a great daily driver that get good gas mileage. I dont refer to it as miles per gallon as much as smiles per gallon. It really does deliver. If your concerned with plasticky interior bits, grab a Genesis G80, it's a nice luxury vehicle that does everything extremely well. But dont miss out on thos car...grab it...the Veloster N, for the fun and engaging time you will have driving it, when you're behind the wheel you wont be concerned with anything except where you can find some curvy roads. I would like to see a lighter aluminum or carbon fiber hood for this car as the stock hood is very heavy for its size comparatively.

*****
only owned it for a few days, bou my son loves it

by Velositer kid from Lancaster TX. | August 22, 2019

So far my son seems to love this car, especially since he wanted a mustang. I think this is a great car fir a young starter.

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2019 Hyundai Veloster Overview

The 2019 Hyundai Veloster is a sporty, three-door hatchback that returns after skipping 2018. This year, it has been redesigned with bold, angular exterior styling. Maximum cargo capacity is 44.5 cubic feet with the rear seat folded down.

Five trims are available: the base model, Premium, Turbo R-Spec, Turbo, and Turbo Ultimate.

It is powered by a standard 147-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine mated to the six-speed manual or automatic transmission and front-wheel drive. The Turbo R-Spec and high trim levels receive a more powerful 201-hp, turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder joined with either a six-speed manual or a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic.

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