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

The Interior Looks More Expensive Than It Costs

The base V-T comes with a 7” multimedia touchscreen, push-button start (with proximity key) and all of the requisite MP3 hookups. The sound system is strong, much better than the ones in the Elantras (Coupe and GT), for example. With a Bluetooth-connected smartphone, the Veloster will even play Pandora.

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