You know the critics have already been fans of the 2012 Hyundai Veloster since its release, but now the results of the Veloster’s six month road test are finally in. How did it fair? Aside from being one of the first choices for a six month road test by High Gear Media’s road testing team, the Hyundai Veloster proved its ability to hang in the 2012 Best Car to Buy list. You can try out your own 2012 Hyundai Veloster by visiting your local Ourisman Hyundai today.
The 2012 Hyundai Veloster already passed reviews when it came to looks and handling, but the impressive infotainment system gave it even better reviews than critics expected. Testers at the High Gear Media’s testing center opted for the Veloster in Vitamin C color (a rich orange) and one equipped with the EcoShift dual-clutch system and automatic transmission. The starting price for this model? $22,645.
The EPA estimated 29 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway stayed true to estimates and testers found that the Veloster held up to around town driving and multiple miles on the highway with ease. In the six month testing period, 25,000 miles were put on the Veloster. Testers did not upgrade nor mess with the system in anyway, they simply drove it like a regular customer would with their new car around town running errands, heading to the job or even going away for the weekend. All in all, the 2012 Hyundai Veloster got rave reviews on the six month test, which only proves that Hyundai is still making quality vehicles that not only provide excellent fuel economy, but now are more appealing to the eye. You can test drive your own 2012 Hyundai Veloster that got rave reviews on the six month road test by visiting your local Ourisman Hyundai dealership today.