2019 Hyundai Veloster & Hyundai Veloster Turbo TECH REVIEW (1 of 2)



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Kumo sends MotoMan to Texas to check out the 2019 Hyundai Veloster and Hyundai Veloster Turbo – the first time on the show. Once there, he learns from old friend of the show, Mike O’Brien – SVP of Product of Hyundai Motor America – some very unique numbers relating to the 2019 edition of the Hyundai Veloster and proper car guys and gals. After that, he goes on a deep tech dive of the 2019 Hyundai Veloster – both inside and out . . .

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30 replies
  1. andinconclusion
    andinconclusion says:

    Veloster should retain its quirkiness. If Hyundai made all changes the critics suggested one would end up with a Golf GTI or a Honda Civic Si. It’s the quirks and performance that makes it a Veloster, and that makes it different.

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  2. Kathleen Hohneck
    Kathleen Hohneck says:

    2.0 liter base with manual is the real value here….$17000….port injected…..peppy and fun…unlike the 1.6 turbo GDI which may have intake valve issues later and whose torque comes on too early for driver involvement…

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  3. Casey F Ryback
    Casey F Ryback says:

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  4. Great 1
    Great 1 says:

    The 7 speed DCT is WAY better than the 6 speed manual.💯 The Tiburon looked and felt WAY better than this car.💩 I love my bk2 3.8 GENNY COUPE 8 speed FULL NA BUILD!✌

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  5. Michael Glisson
    Michael Glisson says:

    I've owned a 2008 Hyundai Accent for 10 yrs and have put 470,000 miles on it with almost no issues. When I saw the Veloster for the first time, I thought, Wow! What a cool car! I test drove both the turbo and NA version and was really put out, because my '08 Accent was more fun to drive! What is it with car designers! I'd consider the Elantra GT Sport and wouldn't even give the Veloster a second look no matter how much power it had! Love the videos! No offence to Kumo, but I think he needs glasses! Sorry!

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  6. MKTech
    MKTech says:

    I'm glad to see this version getting a multi-link rear, the rear suspension was the outgoing version's weakest link. I want to love this, but for (guessing in R-Spec) $25k+ there are a lot of nice 2-3 year off lease cars that are bigger, faster and you don't have to walk onto a Hyundai lot to buy.

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  7. j-Tube
    j-Tube says:

    Bought an Elantra Sport 6MT in April of last year for $19k. Still puts a smile on my face 26k trouble free miles later. Not getting rid of it anytime soon.

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  8. Pars S
    Pars S says:

    I own 2017 Civic 6MT. Weights 2770lb has 106-inch wheelsbase, very nice heated seat and a proper amount of info system technology. Hyundai's smaller wheelbase weights the same.

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