In case you live under a rock, there have been rumors floating around that the Hyundai Veloster was about to leave. This is as recently disturbing as plenty of news lately. But the truth is, Hyundai isn’t dropping the Veloster anytime soon. It’s pretty much a sampling of versions that would be dropped.
Hyundai has some sibling rivalry amongst its Velosters.
This is largely due to the overlooking of the high-performance, the 275 horsepower Veloster N, and the promise of 2022. Whatever any of that means. Hyundai is looking to give away less trim levels for the 2022 model year. However, they wouldn’t really specify which ones are indeed leaving. The Veloster, seemingly now in a second-gen phase, has availability as 2.0, 2.0 Premium, Turbo R-Spec and Turbo models. With of course the N version. Veloster 2.0s are powered by the 147 horsepower 2.0 liter four-cylinder engines. With standard six-speed manual gearboxes. Not to mention an optional alternative of a six-speed automatic transmission. Turbo models have enough drive themselves by a 201-horsepower turbocharge, with a 1.6 liter four cylinder. It comes with a dual-clutch automatic unit.
The Veloster Turbo was said to be a solid choice after the Mazda 3 and the Honda Civic Sport. Currently, the 2021 Veloster comes up to a price of $19,905 for the 2.0. This is also true for the six-speed manual. The Turbo R-Spec is likely coming in hot at around $24,445. Meanwhile, the Turbo is hitting it at $26,755. This is to say that the Veloster N is coming in at $33,255. Not to mention, that’s just the price for a manual transmission. But the Dual-clutch autmatic transmission is hitting it at $34,755.
Well, if that isn’t a great comparison of prices, I don’t quite know what could be. But I will say this much. Hyundai Veloster is a worthwhile make and model. Don’t deny how great it could potentially be. That’s a reflection of yourself. And, if you can’t deny that you want one of these new cars, our enclosed shipping team can help you get it home in mint condition!