This entry was posted by czb1972 on November 20, 2014 at 2:28 am
This is a review of the 2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo by Jeff Glucker of Hooniverse.com.
just got the 2015 turbo r spec… such a fun fantastic car
What a knob
After doing lots of research I just bought the 2014 Turbo. I wanted a
hatchback that gets good mileage and looks good with some kick to it. This
fit the bill. The 3rd odd ball door doesn’t bother me but the ceiling
height in the back is an issue but I don’t intend on having more than 2
people in there at a time anyways :P.
He said he’s ready to suck *ock!l
Sucks they’re front fwd.. I wouldve bought it if it was rwd. I just got the
genesis coupe instead :D
Great review, but seriously people it’s an economy car not a sport car. So
unless you’re a pro racer, stop whining about the speed:) Once again great
Best review of the 2014 VT so far.
I just drove a 2013 Hyundai Elantra, which probably has the same suspension
setup as the Veloster, as a rental, and definitely experienced the same
issues with the rear end that the reviewer did. A very spooky feeling car
that I wouldn’t buy.
Conversely, my daily driver KIA Forte SX has a solid rear axle and is much
I just bought this car, absolutely love it. The suspension thing is true,
however there is an aftermarket torsion bar that can be picked up pretty
cheap that corrects it quite easily. Not to mention, the sound of this
thing once you put a nice aftermarket cone style filter on it sounds
incredible. Absolutely recommend this car.
Thanks for pointing out SFA kid…
This is a joke right ? People actually like these kinda cars ?
is guy is annoying just drive the car bro,
if you can read? this guy obviously doesn’t respect his viewers.
Did you listen to the review? The reviewer is 6’3. You decide.
Thats what i thought. I saw the giants buildings in the background i
Really good review
Thank you for the awesome review.. 1 of the best veloster turbo reviews
The 2014 Hyundai Veloster sports Hyundai’s new cutting-edge advanced
technology. Hyundai Motor Company manufactures its own engines (known as
Lambda) and they are one of the most technologically advanced engines in
the world. Korean technology companies are the most advanced in the world
(look at Samsung… the world’s biggest and most advanced technology
company by revenues and innovation index). FORZA HYUNDAI MOTORS!
The issue he speaks of with the feeling in the rear suspension is actually
pretty common with front heavy hot hatches when they try to control the
understeer with very stiff rear stabiliser bars. Adding a turbo up front
(50+kg entra over the front wheels) would only exacerbate it.
Wait, is Hooniverse in Irvine CA?
5:22 it almost feels like you have a torsion beam rear suspension…
because you DO! Its not a multilink independent rear, so it won’t feel like
that’s because it doesn’t have independent suspension and enough damping
for firm tuned suspension. but it gives the sporty feeling to kids
No. We have writers all over, but I’m based in Huntington Beach…
I’m 6′ 2” would this be too small?
2:45 is just like my gf when she opens her legs she can also swallow 2
Of course! I’m still on the Autobytel channel, my own TheHooniverse
Channel, and here as well…
based on your comment I dont believe you will ever have the capability of
making real money… to buy Ferrari, Lambo etc. so you have no other option
than this…. sad loser
this guy obviously doesn’t get sarcasm…
the aussie version has better suspension. bad luck u.s.a.
seems like it would be terribly balanced with the engine being placed way
on the left side lol.
that’s one good looking center console.
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