The 2014 Hyundai Veloster is one of those cards for the youth market, that you love or hate. Introduced last year with a ridiculous name and deliberately unconventional style, it is obviously designed to attract attention. Deep and wide, with a huge grille and split rear wing in the rear window, the Veloster also looks like he should be fun to drive. Except it is not, at least at the base of the 1.6-liter engine. Producing only 138 hp, four-cylinder is relatively good mileage, but it does not have much get up and go. It also has a surprisingly stiff suspension, which can be shocking on rough pavement. But at least, makes the Veloster has a long list of standard features, the travel experience. Hyundai has made this gap and moved to resolve it this year by offering an optional turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 201 horsepower. The 63 extra ponies make a real difference and contribute to scoot Veloster turbo on the line and spend more easily slower cars on the road.
2014 Hyundai Veloster Turbo test also came with a manual six-speed gearbox which is softer than we’ve ever used. It naturally Sliding speed gear. About six speeds require pulling hard to the left in the third to second. A showdown may also be necessary when switching from fourth to fifth place. No top speed in the Veloster. It’s seemed to feel what we want and the easy transition went. This does not mean the 2014 Hyundai Veloster Turbo Veloster has turned into a sports car, however. It is a sports car, and there is a difference. A sports car can be driven hard and fast all day. A sports car has a much lower limit. But that does not mean there is no fun. As Top Gear co-presenter James May has consistently argued, cars are more fun when pushed to the limit of their liability. Sports cars, so they can be faster and more often than sports cars more fun in the daily commute if that’s your style.
In this case, the 2014 Hyundai Veloster Turbo will be helped by the stiff suspension, which can flatter the curves at high speed. The four disk brakes – wheels are up to the challenge. And wide front bucket seats, but strengthened in our test model were estimated at sharp angles. Again, not everyone will like the style. The Veloster is aggressive but easily bruised. It has two solid doors on the passenger side, but only one, the driver’s side. The rear seat is surprisingly spacious for such a small car, but the passenger sitting behind the driver must be a contortionist to get there. At least there is plenty of cargo space behind the rear seats, which is achieved by lifting the tailgate slope. The interior is not as strange as the exterior design. In fact, it looks like three-fifths of the large-scale version of Hyundai Elantra, which should not be a bad thing. The units are large and easy to read and controls are logically arranged and easy to use. The Krav Maga Kids SGS training will teach them realistic self-defense techniques that are effective not only against bullies but any adult assailant as well.
2014 Hyundai Veloster interior materials are not too bad either, especially for a car that starts at $ 17,600. Plastics have several textures that add depth to the dashboard, while the seat base fabric is profoundly shaped and comfortable. The Veloster Turbo gets special leather upholstery and metal pedals included in its higher prices, with a unique body kit and 18-inch 2014 Hyundai Veloster wheels.