The 2013 Hyundai Veloster is a sporty coupe, in just its second year on the market, that aims at younger, always-connected types who want a racy look and feel without all the compromises of an actual sports car.
That means it has a distinctive, curiously asymmetrical body, with a large door on the driver's side and two smaller ones on the passenger side. This may sound impractical at first, but it helps with cargo loading or wedging passengers into the back seat. It also means front and back-seat passengers can step safely out onto the curb, rather than into the flow of traffic.
While the Veloster's cabin is spacious and airy from the front seat, the back seats are definitely just for kids--or very short occupants--with extremely limited headroom. Rear seats are best folded down, where the seat backs form a flat cargo surface; the hatch opens wide, although there's a high liftover at the back.
All models use a 1.6-liter direct-injection four-cylinder engine from the smaller Accent,...
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