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HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA ANNOUNCES 2013 VELOSTER PRICING
New Affordable Turbo Model with Aggressive Design adds more appeal to Innovative Sport Coupe

COSTA MESA, Calif., June 6, 2012 – Hyundai Motor America has announced pricing for the 2013MY Hyundai Veloster and Veloster Turbo, with a new 1.6-liter, 201 horsepower, direct-injected twin-scroll turbocharged engine, aggressive bodykit and other unique features. Veloster Turbo’s starting price of $21,950 includes the high-output turbo powertrain, unique body kit, front heated leather sport seats, tuned exhaust, sport-tuned steering, unique 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlight accents and taillights, and a variety of turbo model interior design elements.
The 1.6-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine in the Veloster Turbo produces an impressive 201 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 195 lb-ft of torque at 1,750 rpm with regular fuel. Veloster Turbo also delivers a best-in-class power-to-weight ratio and its engine offers best-in-class specific output. Hyundai’s 1.6-liter Gamma turbocharged engine features a twin-scroll turbocharger that, when combined with direct injection, results in near-instantaneous power delivery and minimal turbo lag. Twin-scroll turbochargers have traditionally been used on more expensive high performance engines, but Hyundai has brought this technology into much more affordable models like Veloster. Veloster Turbo is estimated to deliver 26 mpg city and a best-in-class 38 mpg highway for manual transmission models.

From a bigger, bolder hexagonal front grille, sculpted side skirts and new rear bumper with prominent diffuser vents in the lower fascia, Veloster Turbo design differentiates itself with aggressive design cues relative to the base model. Enthusiasts will also notice the Veloster Turbo will be available in a Hyundai-first Matte Gray paint. In addition, a set of 18-inch alloy wheels with chrome inserts completes the Veloster Turbo’s appearance. From the front, Veloster Turbo also reveals headlight LED accents. Hyundai designers have replaced the Veloster’s trapezoidal center exhaust with two large round exhaust tips. This free-flowing exhaust design gives the engine a more robust sound, which will delight enthusiasts.
Inside, leather seats with Turbo-embroidered stitching in the seatbacks deliver a sporty appearance and provide both exceptional support and comfort. A turbo-exclusive electroluminescent gauge cluster offers the driver information in a larger, clearer and more interactive format, with two TFT screens located between the tachometer and the speedometer. Even more, heated front sport seats are also standard on the Turbo version. Veloster Turbo also incorporates race-inspired push-button start and alloy pedals as standard equipment.


2013 TURBO MODEL EQUIPMENT HIGHLIGHTS

  • New 1.6-liter turbocharged, direct-injected engine
  • In-house developed six-speed automatic or manual transmissions
  • Horsepower: 201 at 6,000 RPM
  • Best-in-class highway fuel economy estimated at 38 mpg (M/T)
  • Best-in-class specific output at 125.6 horsepower per liter
  • Best-in-class weight to power ratio of 14 lbs/hp
  • Sport-tuned intake and exhaust note
  • Sport-tuned steering
  • Unique front fascia, fog lights and ground effects
  • Hyundai-first Matte Gray paint and Elite White Pearl for Turbo models
  • Unique 18-inch alloy wheels with chrome inserts
  • Projection headlights with unique LED headlight accents
  • Side mirrors with turn signal indicators
  • Unique LED taillights
  • Electroluminescent gauge cluster
  • Leather seating surfaces with driver’s lumbar support
  • Heated front sport seats
  • Turbo-exclusive standard Graphite Black interior w/Blue Accents
  • Turbo headliner graphics
2013 VELOSTER PRICING
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[TD]Veloster (1.6L GDI Engine)
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[TD="width: 294"]6-Speed Manual Transmission
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[TD="width: 72"]$17,450
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[TD="width: 264"]Veloster (1.6L GDI Engine)
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[TD="width: 294"]6-Speed EcoShift Dual Clutch Transmission
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[TD="width: 72"]$18,700
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[TD="width: 264"]Veloster Turbo (1.6L Turbocharged Engine)
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[TD="width: 294"]6-Speed Manual Transmission
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[TD="width: 72"]$21,950
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[TD="width: 264"]Veloster Turbo (1.6L Turbocharged Engine)
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[TD="width: 294"]6-Speed Automatic Trans. w/ SHIFTRONIC®
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[TD="width: 72"]$22,950
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Freight Charges for the 2013MY Veloster are $775.

HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA
Hyundai Motor America, headquartered in Costa Mesa, Calif., is a subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Co. of Korea. Hyundai vehicles are distributed throughout the United States by Hyundai Motor America and are sold and serviced through more than 800 dealerships nationwide. All Hyundai vehicles sold in the U.S. are covered by the Hyundai Assurance program, which includes the 5-year/60,000-mile fully transferable new vehicle warranty, Hyundai’s 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty, and five years of complimentary Roadside Assistance.
For more details on Hyundai Assurance, please visit www.HyundaiAssurance.com
Journalists are invited to visit our news media web site: www.hyundainews.com

Thanks, dmarie7286 for the tip!! Continue the discussion here: http://www.velosterturbo.org/forum/veloster-turbo-purchasing/93-pricing-announced.html
 

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hey crow go to hyundai and prder yourself one these are gunna be gone fast i went to hyundai roundrock talk to the sales manager
 

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See they dont show you in that posted pricing that the dealer invoice is only $20,898 for a base turbo and that includes there hold back funds for the vehicle also which is usually about $1,000-$1,500. The hold back is for if the vehicle is going to sit for awhile on the lot, which we all know it won't. So, there is some room for negotiation. Just make sure you go in prepared. I've already secured mine through my dealer for less than MSRP including the Ulltimate upgrade and trading in my N/A V for a more than fair trade, and it has already been allocated for shipment. All with no hold payment. All you have to do is go in prepared for battle and know more than they think you do and you'll come out on top.
 

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See they dont show you in that posted pricing that the dealer invoice is only $20,898 for a base turbo and that includes there hold back funds for the vehicle also which is usually about $1,000-$1,500. The hold back is for if the vehicle is going to sit for awhile on the lot, which we all know it won't. So, there is some room for negotiation. Just make sure you go in prepared. I've already secured mine through my dealer for less than MSRP including the Ulltimate upgrade and trading in my N/A V for a more than fair trade, and it has already been allocated for shipment. All with no hold payment. All you have to do is go in prepared for battle and know more than they think you do and you'll come out on top.
I'm SO bad @ negotiating.... Too nice, I think... :confused:
 

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the 20,898 is for the manual transmition....the dealer invoice for the auto is 21,838 if i read the slip i got correctly
 

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You are correct but I'm only ever buying a car like this in a M/T...
 

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i was just throwing out that info so if someone went out to get the auto and threw out that# they didnt look stupid :D
 

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^^^ Lol gotcha... Everyone should check out the Hyundai USA website as building and pricing are available..
 

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See they dont show you in that posted pricing that the dealer invoice is only $20,898 for a base turbo and that includes there hold back funds for the vehicle also which is usually about $1,000-$1,500. The hold back is for if the vehicle is going to sit for awhile on the lot, which we all know it won't. So, there is some room for negotiation. Just make sure you go in prepared. I've already secured mine through my dealer for less than MSRP including the Ulltimate upgrade and trading in my N/A V for a more than fair trade, and it has already been allocated for shipment. All with no hold payment. All you have to do is go in prepared for battle and know more than they think you do and you'll come out on top.
So if I went in to my dealer and asked for an Elite White, M/T, Ultimate Package for $24,000, I wouldn't get laughed at? Because according to Hyundai's website they're asking $25,425 for what I'm looking under the build and price option. It does include the $775 freight charge and $200 color option charge. I mean, they don't know that we know that their MSRP is lower than advertised, or do they? And, why would or should they sell anything under their MSRP?!? Confused...
 
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