Hyundai offers new summer deals for Veloster in the UK

Article by Christian A., on July 20, 2012

Hyundai UK has prepared incredible new deals for the summer. The Hyundai Veloster is available with a starting price of £199pm with a £4,645 deposit on a three-year finance offer. Furthermore, Hyundai will chip in £1,500 to the deposit to make it even more affordable. After a three-year period, owners can choose to buy the vehicle outright with an optional last payment of £6,311.25, part exchanging or returning the vehicle.

The 1+2 door coupe offers a distinctive style to the compact coupe segment. After customers pay £199pm, they can get the entry-level Veloster 1.6-litre GDi that features a range of standard specification such as a 7-inch Touchscreen Media Centre, automatic headlights, Bluetooth connectivity with Voice Recognition, reverse parking sensors, USB and Aux connections plus climate control, leather steering wheel and gearknob.

For just £10pm more, customers could benefit from the Veloster Sport, which comes with added specification over the standard Veloster composed of black leather seats, cruise control, heated front seats, keyless entry and panoramic sunroof.

A range of eight bright colors will be used in the exterior design of the Veloster. These include Veloster red, Vitamin C, Sunflower, Green Apple, Blue Ocean, Phantom Black, Crystal White and Sleek Silver. The Veloster Sport model is powered by bigger 18-inch alloys with color-coded inserts. The Crystal White and Phantom Black paint options are available with black color inserts.

South Korean carmaker Hyundai has taken the veil off its new Hyundai Veloster three-door coupe at the 2011 North American International Auto Show (Detroit Motor Show). Powered by a new 1.6-liter direct-injected four-cylinder engine paired to a dual-clutch transmission, this latest offering from Hyundai features a third door that allows passengers to access the rear cabin. In addition, the three-door coupe from South Korean features Hyundai's Blue Link telematics system and Pandora internet radio with seven-inch touch-screen display.

As designed, it is apparent that the new Hyundai Veloster is heavily inspired by a high-performance sport bike. For instance, the front glass section of the Veloster looks like the visor of a motorcycle helmet, thanks to the black A-pillars. This appearance is augmented by the brand’s hallmark hexagonal front grille, Hyundai-signature LED position lights and Hyundai-signature LED position lights. For those who wanted more, they could pick out some options like chrome surround for the grille and fog lights. Also available is a panoramic sunroof and piano black highlights.

When viewed from the side, the so-called "Fluidic Sculpture" character lines are very apparent and so are the coupe’s muscular wheel arches, as well as door handles and mirrors specified in body color. Also apparent are the 17-inch alloy wheels, although the Hyundai Veloster could also be specified in any of the two 18-inch wheels types, the higher of which features painted inserts.

On the rear, the new Hyundai Veloster is defined by a characteristic glass hatch and black lower fascia. The rear end of the three-door coupe is also defined by dual centered chrome exhaust tips.

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