Family Reviews the 2013 Hyundai Veloster


With its three-door setup, the Hyundai Veloster looks like it would be a great car for smaller families, but Family reviewer Carrie Kim found that wasn't the case for her family. The driver's side has one door, and the passenger side has two small doors; her daughter's forward-facing convertible car seat nearly blocked the entire rear door opening on the passenger side. Carrie did appreciate the Veloster's eye-popping looks and its turbocharged engine.

2013 Hyundai Veloster Family Review



A true replacement to Honda CRX

matthew anderson

Much better looking than the Honda CRX!! I like the third door.

Love the styling of it but think the single door on the drivers side would get annoying way too quickly.

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