Super Racecar edition?I believe it is ONLY for the Australian market that it is called SR. Correct me if I'm wrong though. Not sure if it stands for anything, after all, it also says Turbo on the back of their cars as well.
Seems to be alot of people posting about them recently maybe they will confirm this, The Australian part .haha! :d
Lucky! The trim with the satnav and sunroof was 31k!!!! I got mine for 22k without the sunroof and nav.I'm from Canada eh, and it's not called an SR in my neck of the woods.
Just "2013 Veloster Turbo"
We don't even have trim levels...
Our choices are:
Matte or Regular paint.
AT or MT.
Yeah, THAT I do want.Yup, and did you see their headlights? No STUPID orange reflector, theirs are white. Awesomeness!
We don't get BlueLink or any of that fun stuff though.Lucky! The trim with the satnav and sunroof was 31k!!!! I got mine for 22k without the sunroof and nav.
Not too worried because I plan to put my roof rack on with a basket for the summer and snowboard stuff for the winter
The only thing I use with bluelink is the remote start from iphone, other than that its all cool for the first bit and then gets old fastWe don't get BlueLink or any of that fun stuff though.
Mine was 27k before taxes
The dealer I went to was not negotiating on the price of the Ultimate because they had only had it on the lot for 2 hours, and they ended up selling it same day for 30k but even still I'd rather dump the sunroof if it means 5k diff!-31K?!? What? I got Ultimate package Elite White and paid total of $27,454 or something close to that.
-Nor sure if I'll ever use the Bluelink feature....
-I'm also VERY tempted to buy a set of KDM headlights from exLED, just wish they were a "bit" cheaper, like say 10% off
It just sounds cooler and adds more emblems on the car.SR is just Aussie only badging for their performance lineup, it's nothing different from North America VTs.
Err, arnt they all engineered manufactured and shipped from Korea?Yup, Sr is only for us Aussies . Same car but only 1 spec level with all the trimmings.
the Hyundai Australia engineers did upgrade the suspension and steering from the rest of the world though. And yes, the extra badges do look cool
Manufactured and shipped from Korea, yes. The Australian one has the suspension and steering re engineered though. Yes it comes out of the same factory, but built using slightly different parts in those areas. Some of our roads can be pretty harsh though so I don't feel the standard setup from Korea and the USA would have lasted the test of time over here (being that we have a 5yr unlimited km warranty).Err, arnt they all engineered manufactured and shipped from Korea?