** REAR BACK UP CAMERA, ** ALLOY WHEELS, ** SUNROOF / MOONROOF, ** PANORAMICROOF / SUNROOF, ** REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY, 18 Alloy Wheels, Alloy Pedals, Chrome Grille Surround w/Piano Black Highlights, Cloth Seat Trim w/Leatherette Bolsters, Front Fog Lights, Leather Shift Knob, Leatherette Door Trim Insert, Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel, Option Group 02, Panoramic Sunroof, Piano Black Interior Accents, Power Windows w/Driver's Auto-Up, Radio: AM/FM/SiriusXM/CD/MP3 Dimension Premium, Style Package 02.Recent Arrival! 2015 Hyundai Veloster 3D Hatchback Boston Red Metallic 1.6L I4 DGI DOHC 16V ULEV II 132hp 6-Speed EcoShift Dual Clutch FWDReviews:* Lots of features for the money; fuel-efficient engines; lengthy warranty. Source: Edmunds* The 2015 Hyundai Veloster targets sporty-minded buyers on a limited budget. If you have about $25,000 to spend, but don't want the same humdrum compacts you see coming and going, the slick looking Veloster could be the ticket. Source: KBB.com* Designed to look like nothing else on the road, the bold 3-door design, LED headlight accents and raking contour lines make Veloster instantly recognizable. Veloster comes in 4 unique trims, Veloster, Turbo, RE:FLEX, and Turbo R-Spec. The Turbo includes standard 18-inch alloy wheels, round chrome-tipped dual exhaust, and a special wide-mouthed grille. With expressive styling and smart features like the stealth third door, the result offers the look of a sporty coupe with the added benefit of easy access for rear-seat passengers. The Veloster's unique 3-door design with glass rear hatch and available panoramic sunroof combine to impressive effect by giving Veloster a roomy and enjoyable interior. The available 450-watt Dimension AM/FM/SiriusXM Satellite Radio/CD/MP3 audio system delivers plenty of power with 8 speakers - including an 8-inch subwoofer. Access all of your information, navigation, and entertainment options via a multimedia LCD touchscreen that measures 7 inches. You'll be amazed by Veloster's 1.6L GDI engine. It's both strong and efficient, generating up to 138hp and delivering up to an EPA-estimated 35 MPG hwy. The Veloster Turbo uses the same GDI technology combined with a twin-scroll turbo to give it 201hp and an excellent weight-to-horsepower ratio while still delivering an incredible EPA-estimated 33 MPG hwy. Hyundai's innovative Blue Link in-car wireless connectivity system offers amazing information, entertainment, technology and safety features. From advanced voice recognition that lets you search points of interest to SOS Emergency Assistance. Blue Link can also start your Veloster via a mobile phone app, a toll-free number or the Owner's Website, provided you have push button start as well. Source: The Manufacturer Summary
The 2015 Hyundai Veloster rides on a platform based on the Elantra sedan, but all similarities end there. The Veloster is not only a visual departure from the rest of the Hyundai lineup, it is a segment-defining look sure to draw lots of attention. One of its most obvious attributes is its unusual door design, with a single large door on the driver's side and two smaller doors for passengers on the opposite. Beyond that, the Veloster is a sporty hatchback powered by a choice between a pair of 1.6L direct-injected engines. The standard unit features continuously variable valves, helping to produce 138 horsepower and return an EPA-estimated 28 mpg city and 37 mpg highway. The turbocharged engine produces 201 horsepower and 195 pound-feet of torque, while still achieving 24 mpg city and 35 mpg highway. A standard 6-speed manual transmission puts power to the front wheels. A dual-clutch 6-speed EcoShift automatic with paddle shifters and hill-assist is optional. The Veloster is available in four trims, Base, RE:MIX, Turbo and Turbo R-Spec. Base Velosters come with heated power side mirrors, 17-inch alloy wheels, a dual-centered chrome-tipped exhaust and a rear spoiler with LED brake light incorporated into it. The Veloster Turbo distinguishes itself with a unique front fascia, sport tuned steering, projection headlights, mirror-located turn signals, 18-inch alloy wheels and fog lights. Inside, the Veloster comes with air conditioning, power accessories, tilt/telescopic steering wheel, a 6-speaker CD/MP3 stereo, a 7-inch high-resolution LCD touchscreen, Bluetooth hands-free connectivity and Hyundai's Blue Link, a telematics system that allows for location sharing and hands-free texting, remotely locking or starting the car and flicking the lights to help find it in a parking lot. As a safety feature, the system also includes SOS Emergence Assistance, which can request help when a collision is detected. Veloster Turbo models come with a few additional interior features, most notably leather seats, a graphite black interior theme with blue accents and heated seating surfaces for front seat occupants. Turbo R-Spec features the standard Turbo's turbocharged 1.6L engine mated to the 6-speed manual transmission, but with no available automatic. The R-Spec gets some chassis upgrades, including stiffer springs, tuned steering and a B&M racing shifter. The R-Spec also loses the standard proximity key system, heated seats and leather. The net result is a base price that is $1000 less expensive than the standard Turbo model. Popular options on the base Veloster include automatic headlights, 18-inch wheels, a panoramic sliding sunroof, navigation, a big stereo and leather seating. For those looking to stand out, the Veloster Turbo is available with a very trick matte gray paint job, further differentiating the Veloster from just about every other car on the road. Like all Hyundais, the Veloster emphasizes safety, with stability control, traction control, stability management, anti-lock brakes, a tire pressure monitor and a full host of airbags.