For 2020, the Veloster carries over largely unchanged. The 6-speed manual is dropped from the Turbo Ultimate trim, while blind-spot collision warning and rear cross-traffic alert is standard on the Turbo R-Spec. Cargo area tie downs are added to all models. See the 2020 Hyundai Veloster models for sale near you
If you're just looking for a fun, nicely equipped coupe without a lot of power, the 2.0 Premium has the right balance of features and pricing to make it our choice. From a performance stance, we'd go with the Turbo Ultimate over the N for its standard automatic transmission and additional driver-assist features. Purists looking for the ultimate ride will find the Honda Civic Type-R or the VW Golf R, though more expensive, are more satisfying choices over the Veloster N. Find a Hyundai Veloster for sale
The 2020 Hyundai Veloster comes in six trims: 2.0, 2.0 Premium, Turbo R-Spec, Turbo, Turbo Ultimate and N. All but the N come as a complete package, meaning the only options are some dealer installed accessories.
The Veloster 2.0 ($19,520) comes with a 6-speed manual transmission, 17-in alloy wheels, drive mode select, forward-collision warning, a driver's blind-spot mirror, driver attention warning, lane-keeping assist, a rearview camera, dual power heated outside mirrors, automatic headlights, a rear wiper/washer, air conditioning, power windows, power locks, a tilt-and-telescopic steering column, exterior temperature display, remote keyless entry, cruise control, a 7-in display audio with 6 speakers, Bluetooth, USB port plus Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The 2.0 Premium ($23,720) adds a 6-speed automatic transmission, 18-in wheels, blind-spot monitoring, an 8-in touchscreen display with SiriusXM satellite radio, an 8-speaker Infinity audio, a wide power sunroof, a wireless charging pad, Blue Link connected services, rear cross-traffic alert, automatic climate control, a one-touch up driver's side power window, heated front seats, cloth seats with leather bolsters and a proximity key entry with push-button start.
The Turbo R-Spec ($24,070) deletes the power sunroof and heated front seats, but adds a 201-hp turbocharged engine, a sport-tuned suspension, LED headlights with auto high beam assist, Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires, manual climate control, adjustable rear seat head restraints and alloy pedals.
The Turbo ($26,370) adds back the heated front seats, power sunroof and automatic climate control, then adds power lumbar for the driver, auto defogging windshield and a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
The Turbo Ultimate ($29,070) adds forward-collision warning with pedestrian detection, rain sensing wipers, adaptive cruise control, navigation, leather seating and a head-up display.
The Veloster N ($28,320) gets a 250-hp 2.0-liter engine, a 6-speed manual with rev matching feature, a driver blind-spot mirror, a rearview camera, LED headlights, air conditioning, cloth seats, proximity key, 8-in audio display, Infinity 8-speaker audio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Optional on the N is the $2,100 Performance Package that includes an additional 25 hp, an electronic limited-slip differential, 19-in wheels, variable exhaust system timing and larger front and rear brakes.
|Basic||5 Years/60,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||10 Years/100,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||7 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||5 Years/Unlimited Miles|
2019 Honda Civic Si Coupe -- The Civic Si has about the same horsepower as the Veloster Turbo, but it performs a bit better in the curves. However, the Civic Coupe doesn't offer advanced driver assists, nor is its warranty as long.
2019 Mini Cooper -- The Mini is a blast to drive, offers far more options and interior upgrades, as well as the John Cooper Works package. The Cooper comes with two or four doors plus offers convertible and all-wheel-drive models.