Leveraging the more-for-less theme on the 2017 Accent and Elantra models, Hyundai introduced a new 2017 Veloster Value Edition. Priced at $22,185, this latest Value Edition player slots between the base Hyundai Veloster – which starts at $18,935 with a 6-speed manual transmission or $20,035 with the 6-speed EcoShift dual-clutch automatic – and the Veloster Turbo R Spec that kicks off at $22,435.

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Fitted with the naturally aspirated/direct injected 132-horse 1.6-liter engine, the new Veloster Value Edition comes with a Panoramic glass sunroof, 18-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 225/40 rubber and an 8-speaker Premium Dimension audio system. Also included are a navigation system with a 7.0-inch display and support for Android Auto/Apple CarPlay, auto climate control, Proximity Key with pushbutton start plus Blue Link Remote Start and Connected Car System. Hyundai says the upgrades would cost an extra $950 if purchased separately.

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For those seeking the ultimate Veloster, Turbo models carry on with a 201-horse force-fed version of the 1.6 liter and open at $23,435 when fitted with a 6-speed manual or $24,635 with the 6-speed EcoShift transmission. 

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