Used 2016 Hyundai Veloster Pricing

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2016 Highlights

For the 2016 Hyundai Veloster, a limited-edition turbocharged Rally Edition debuts with Rays wheels, matte blue paint and sportier suspension tuning than the Veloster R-Spec. The Veloster Turbo gets a new seven-speed automated manual transmission and new seats. An upgraded navigation system with HD radio, second-generation Blue Link and Apple Siri Eyes Free integration is available for base and Turbo models.

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  • Lots of features for the money
  • both engines are reasonably fuel-efficient
  • three-door styling is unusual and distinctive.


  • Not as sporty as it looks
  • has a harsh and noisy ride quality
  • acceleration is pretty slow with the base engine
  • despite a third door, rear-seat access and headroom are limited.

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Used 2016 Hyundai Veloster for Sale

Hyundai Veloster 2016 3dr Hatchback w/Black Interior (1.6L 4cyl 6AM) Triathlon Gray Black premium cloth18,974 miles
Used 2016Hyundai Velosterw/Black Interior
Est.Loan: $258/mo
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Hyundai Veloster 2016 3dr Hatchback w/Black Interior (1.6L 4cyl 6M) Vitamin C Black premium cloth10,363 miles
Used 2016Hyundai Velosterw/Black Interior
Est.Loan: $243/mo
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Hyundai Veloster 2016 Turbo 3dr Hatchback w/Black Interior (1.6L 4cyl Turbo 6M) Vitamin C Black leather17,787 miles
Used 2016Hyundai VelosterTurbo
Est.Loan: $282/mo
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NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating

  • Side Crash Rating

  • Side Barrier Rating

  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front Seat5/5
    Back Seat5/5
  • Rollover

    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover10.5%

Top Consumer Reviews

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Consumer Rating

Pretty Sweet Little Hatch
I traded my base 2016 Veloster in for a new 2016 that had both the tech and appearance package , it is equipped with the dual clutch automatic , i prefer a manual gearbox, but, it is nice to have the panoramic sunroof and GPS , I am still in love with my Veloster !!! Overall, this car is a cool little Hatchback, it looks like nothing else on the road. The acceleration is a bit lacking and the close ratio 6 speed doesn't help that, this is a "momentum" car . Ride can be a bit rough over bumps and patched pavement, but, i expected that.The tech you get in the base model is pretty nice. It is a funky fun little car that gets great MPG and lots of looks. So far , i am loving my Veloster. Have put a little more than 10,000 miles on the car, still very pleased with my purchase , I have had no issues, I have a little more than 16,000 miles on my Veloster and I still LOVE it. I have installed roof racks on my little beast , i haul around a 16'6" canoe and a 12' kayak , and, it handles it like a champ , I have had 0 issues with this car at 23,000 miles , I still LOVE my Veloster !!!
i bought a fully loaded turbo with the 7speed auto.i took this car for a long test drive before i purchased,and i can tell you that the negative reviews on here must be from people who bought the regular veloster.the turbo is a real pocket rocket.ride can be bumpy,but i knew this when i test drove the vehicle.i love the hyundai blue link,its awesome.
Rally Edition value for money
Performance for the money is great. There are other cars in the segment that cost about the same with similar performance (and maybe a little better performance). That said, you have to like the way the car looks. The other comparable cars I didn't like the looks. If you're a fan of the Veloster's looks you will not be disappointed if you're purchasing a turbo. If you just like the way the car looks and buy the normally aspirated model and are looking for economy, not a bad car. What you get is pretty good if you're just driving on the street and not the track (turbo model). Lots of power to get you in trouble on the street if you're not careful. This is a fast car. The rally model comes with JDM wheels that would cost over two grand to add to any other car, but are included on that model. Handling is stiff on the rally. If you're looking for a very comfortable car, buy the normal model or a different car. These cars are set up for a sporty ride and can be harsh over bumps. Handling around really tight corners is not great. It's not bad, but this car shines more on the longer, faster corners. On the freeway it's excellent. Freeway passing power is up to the job even if the speed limit is 85 MPH. The manual transmission is very slick with the B&M short shifter. It's really good but takes a little getting used to. If you're new to manual transmissions it can be difficult to start out in first gear until you do it a few times. I've killed the engine a couple of times and I have a lot of manual trans experience. With the modern twin scroll turbo it has lots of low end power. Punch it at any RPM and it goes. The interior is pretty nice for a car on the cheaper end. Leather seats, infotainment, steering wheel mounted stereo controls, back up camera, 450 watt sound system with subwoofer. The stereo will blast your eardrums out if you want it to. The third door is great for grocery getting and lots of space in the hatchback if you lower the back seat. I come from a background of mostly JDM cars. This is my first Korean car and I'm impressed. The fit and finish is not as good as on some JDM cars but it is a minor annoyance. You're also not getting the power for price from those vehicles. One word of warning: Matte paint. If you buy the matte painted version of this car you will get non stop attention from other car enthusiasts. You will also get a non stop headache. You can't take it through a normal car wash. It has to be hand washed. Hyundai does include a nice kit to wash and protect it with, but it's not like owning a normal car. If you really, really, really like matte paint then buy it but know that it's going to be some work to take care of. They even make you sign an agreement! The rally is the ultimate edition and only 1200 were made. If that's your thing it is definitely worth the price. In fact, I think it's worth more than what I paid.