The new Hyundai Veloster will cost from £17,995 when sales start in February
17 October 2011

Prices for the Hyundai Veloster will start at £17,995 when the new three-door coupé goes on sale in February 2012. The Hyundai Veloster will be available in two main trim levels – Veloster and Veloster Sport – and all variants will be powered by a 1.6-litre four-cylinder GDI petrol engine, generating 138bhp.

The Veloster will be available with the option of a six-speed manual gearbox or Hyundai’s first dual-clutch transmission.

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Standard features include 17in alloys, a 7in touchscreen media centre, Bluetooth connectivity with voice recognition, climate control, reversing sensors, front and rear fog lights, LED daytime running lights and a leather steering wheel.

Extras on the Veloster Sport include 18in alloy wheels with colour inserts, black leather upholstery with heated front seats, a panoramic sunroof, cruise control, keyless entry and alloy pedals. The Veloster Sport prices start from £20,495.

A media pack - containing touchscreen satellite navigation with rear view parking camera, parking guidance system and seven speakers – and red leather interior are available as options on the Sport derivative only.

The most economical car in the range will be the £18,345 Blue Drive version, which returns combined fuel economy of 47.9mpg and CO2 emissions of 137g/km.

All the cars will come with Hyundai’s five-year unlimited warranty package.

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