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Video Review: 2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo

We got to sample the upgraded Veloster goods earlier this year when we attended the first drive event. This time around, we got to hang out with the car for a week. At the time we felt that Hyundai handed the hatchback its hotness thanks to the turbo-fed engine mounted under hood. Do we still enjoy the car after a full week with it? Click past the break and check out the video to find out.

[Disclaimer: Hyundai lent us the Veloster Turbo for a week and included a tank of gas.]

Currently there are "22 comments" on this Article:

  1. wisc47 says:

    The Veloster has some potential, I'm just not a fan of the asymmetrical doors.

  2. Scandinavian Flick says:

    Jeff Glucker makes it rain. You other posers just wish you could be this fresh. Hooniverse represent.

    <img src="http://i.imgur.com/duJyd.png&quot; width="550">

  3. BobWellington says:

    Good review, Jeff. It's been too long since we last saw that hot bod of yours.

  4. Mad_Science says:

    Jeff is like the inverse of a TARDIS.

    He looks infinitely bigger once he's inside a car.

  5. BlackIce_GTS says:

    This transverse I4 has longitudinal V6 engine cover. (the non-turbo has a transverse I5 engine cover.)
    Oh, Hyundai engine cover engineers. What?

  6. Van_Sarockin says:

    So, this is a car that will deliver a billion pizzas.

  7. JayP2112 says:

    This car would be way more interesting if the 2.0 turbo was innit. 260hp would put it right there with the ST and Mazda.

    • Tomsk says:

      Maybe they're saving it for a hot rod Elantra?

      On a semi-related note, I'd love to see Nissan put the Renaultsport Megane's 2.0L turbo in the next Sentra SE-R. And maybe the Juke's 1.6L turbo in a Versa SE-R.

  8. Alcology says:

    Not being able to fit in, or fill out, a tracksuit has ever stopped someone from wearing one.

  9. 48chevy says:

    Really surprised at negative posts. This car is in its own class. I drove both models and the turbo is a really nice and a fair price car for someone that sometimes needs to carry four people a short distance or flip down seats to carry cargo in a semi-sports car.
    The car with all options is a fun ride. Nothing off the line but plenty of go at higher speeds. Also, mpg is still great.
    See one and drive one then post your comments.
    I do agree the rear end gets bumpy over rough road, it may be the low profile tires.
    Also, they are selling like hot cakes, not on the dealer lot more than a day or two. Been trying to buy one for 2 months.

  10. pj134 says:

    … How long did that tank of gas last you?

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