Test Drive: 10 Things To Know About the 2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo

The Price is Right

Hyundai didn’t vault up the sales chart by jerking consumers, and the same applies to the Veloster Turbo. The base version in automatic sells for $22,950 (one G less for a manual); a fully loaded automatic with panoramic sunroof (nice!), navigation and rearview camera will set you back a reasonable $25,450. Whatever your choice, you’ll be spending less than you would for competitors like the VW GTI, Mini Clubman S and Honda Civic Si. (And Hyundai’s 10-year, 100,000-mile warranty is pretty clutch.) Meanwhile, the V-T’s 25/34 city/highway MPG (automatic) isn’t best in class, but it’s close.

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