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2017 Hyundai Veloster

For 2017, Hyundai is adding the Value Edition to the Veloster lineup. It includes panoramic sunroof, navigation, dual-clutch auto transmission, automatic climate control, 18-inch alloy wheels and premium audio system. At $22,185, it's roughly $3,000 more than a standard model, and priced just under the more powerful Turbo R-Spec Veloster.

2016 Hyundai Veloster

For 2016 a new Rally Edition joins the lineup featuring a stiffer suspension, RAYS lightweight alloy wheels and a B&M Racing sport shifter. A new 7-speed dual-clutch transmission is available on turbo trims, while all Velosters feature a revised hood and grille design, available Siri Eyes Free and upgraded interiors.

About Hyundai Veloster

The 2017 Hyundai Veloster is a fun and funky sporty compact car with value pricing and a secretly practical side. While it looks like a low-slung coupe, the Veloster hides its functional nature until you need it, thanks to an upward-rising rear door that reveals respectful cargo space, plus a hidden third side door on the right side that allows easier entry for rear passengers. Though it has aggressive looks and a carnivorous name, a base Veloster doesn't have much muscle. Hyundai remedied that a few years ago with a turbocharged model that better competes with sporty hatchbacks like the VW GTI. The Veloster remains a great value thanks to its sub-$19,000 starting price, standard features like Apple CarPlay compatibility, and Hyundai's excellent 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty.

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