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The Hyundai Veloster Hatchback Has Been Discontinued!

The Hyundai Veloster Hatchback has been extremely popular with the South African driving public, and with good reason – it offers the ultimate combination of cutting-edge design and fantastic practicality which makes it easy and fun to drive, own and maintain.

However, this highly rated vehicle has now been discontinued in SA, which means we will no longer offer any new models of this particular kind. Happily, you can still get in touch with our team to request information about used Hyundai Veloster models, or learn more about alternative models that have similar qualities, such as the i30N or the i20.

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Hyundai Veloster: Pushing Limits

It is rare that a concept vehicle become a reality and with its seamless fusion between design and practicality, the Hyundai Veloster Car is breaking all the rules of traditional car designs.

Traditionally, there was the coupe and the hatchback. Now you can have the functionality of a hatchback and the style of a coupe best of both thanks to the Hyundai Veloster thanks to a 1 + 2 Hyundai 3 door configuration and its dynamic design, powerful performance and host of features.

Powered by a lightweight, rigid and vibration-free 1.6-litre GDI engine, the Veloster Car roars with 103kW of power through either a responsive 6-speed Dual Clutch or a fully optimized 6-speed manual transmission and 18” alloys that grip the road through the bends. Driving just became a whole lot more fun.

Packed with all the luxury and safety features you would expect from Hyundai Sports Car such as ABS, EBD and ESC,electric mirrors, climate control, leather seats, cruise control and onboard computer, your ride will be as luxurious and safe as it is sporty.

Find out more about the Hyundai Veloster Car when you download the 2021 Veloster brochure!

The Hyundai Veloster Features

The standout feature of the Hyundai Veloster is its 2+1 passenger door configuration, which has been specifically adapted for South Africa’s right-hand-drive market. Not only is it a novel approach to creating a concealed door for easy access to the rear seating, but it helps to create the perfect sports coupé appearance that will have every bodies head turning for a second look. Internally the Hyundai features a bold design that is indicative of the outside features of this car. It includes a range of features that one would expect from Hyundai, including a multi-function steering wheel, cruise control, auto air conditioning, Bluetooth hands-free, a multimedia sound system, and a rear-view camera.

Why Should You Buy the Veloster?

If you are looking for a little bit of fun, a car that is good for the family, as well as the individual car enthusiast, then you’ll want to own a Hyundai Veloster. Available in 3 trim levels, namely the 1.6 GDI Executive MT, 1.6 GDI Executive DCT and the 1.6 T-GDI Elite Manual, there is literally a Veloster to suit your pocket and driving style. Overall the Veloster offers the average South African driver who is looking to own a sporty car the opportunity to do so. The Veloster is after all an attention grabbing car that is well specced, and will instantly appeal to those of us that hate to follow the crowd.

All of the Latest South African Hyundai Veloster Fuel Consumption Figures are Available here.

Hyundai Veloster Fuel Consumption*

Thanks to Hyundai Veloster Reliability and tech savvy, the Hyundai designers and engineers have turned a dream concept car into reality and as is fitting for this dream machine, the Veloster roars with 103kW of power through either a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed dual clutch. Never one to skimp on fuel economy, Hyundai has ensured that this beauty also offers an excellent performance/economy ratio.

Consumption rates Litres per 100 kms Kilometres per Litre
1.6 GDI MT 10.1 L/100 km 9.9 km/litre
1.6 GDI DCT 10.08 L/100 km 9.92 km/litre
1.6 T-GDI Turbo MT 7.4 L/100 km 13.51 km/litre
1.6 T-GDI Turbo DCT 7.8 L/100 km 12.82 km/litre

*Subject to our Fuel Consumption Disclaimer

Hyundai Veloster Colours

Veloster Red

Veloster Safety Features

Packed with a host of safety features, the Hyundai Veloster is as safe as it is fun to drive. The Veloster features:

  • Driver, passenger, side and curtain airbags
  • ABS with EBD & ESC
  • Remote keyless entry and alarm
  • Auto locking doors

Hyundai Veloster Dimensions

Sporty and close to the ground, the Veloster looks like it is breaking the speed limit even when it is standing still.

  • Overall Veloster Length: 4220mm
  • Overall Veloster Width: 1557mm
  • Overall Veloster Height: 1399mm

Hyundai Veloster Colours

The Hyundai Veloster comes in the following sporty colours:

  • Veloster Red
  • White Crystal
  • Vitamin C
  • Sunflower
  • Sleek Silver
  • Sonic Silver
  • Clean Blue

Frequently Asked Hyundai i20 Questions and Answers

What is the price of the Hyundai Veloster?

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The price of a Veloster is dependent on transmission variant you choose. Both the 1.6 T-GDI Elite Manual and the 1.6 T-GDI Elite DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission)have the same trim level features but the slight cost variation between the two vehicles covers the difference between the two transmission types. The price of the Hyundai Veloster can also vary depending on current promotions and specials, as well as between new, demo and pre-owned models. To find out more about the current Veloster Prices, please go to the top of this page.

How to buy a Hyundai Veloster?

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You can buy a Veloster at Group 1 from one of our showrooms in either Gauteng or the Western Cape. Even if you are not currently in either of those regions of South Africa you can still take advantage of our incredible Veloster prices, promotions and Group 1 Hyundai Customer Service from anywhere in South Africa thanks to our dedicated sales team and nationwide new vehicle delivery service.

How much is a Hyundai Veloster automatic?

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The Hyundai Veloster has a Twin Clutch Transmission which is a type of automatic transmission that uses two sets of gears to regulate the gearing up and down process. It is marginally more expensive to produce than a manual transmission, which is evident in the slightly higher price of a new automatic Veloster. This price can be further influenced by current Group 1 or Hyundai South Africa promotions, so please be sure to check the current automatic Veloster prices at the top of this page.

What is the waiting period for the Hyundai Veloster?

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There is generally no or a very short waiting period when purchasing a New Hyundai Veloster. If there is a waiting period it is normally due to specific customer requests for additional Veloster accessories or for a colour option request which is not available on our showroom floor. Please chat to your Group 1 Hyundai Sales Assistant to find out more.

What is the maintenance cost of the Hyundai Veloster?

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For the first 90,000 kilometres travelled in your New Veloster, or after 5 years (whichever comes first), there is no general service cost attached to the service of your vehicle. There will however be a consumable cost, such as oil, brake fluid etc. that might not be covered by your service plan. Please chat to your Group 1 Sales Assistant for more information on this. After your service plan has expired you have the option to renew it or pay for future services on a one-on-one basis. These costs will be determined by the type of service needed (major or minor), or by any specific maintenance issues which are encountered.

Where can I service my Hyundai Veloster?

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You can service your Hyundai Veloster at either one of our Group 1 Hyundai Service Centres, or at an accredited Hyundai service centre. Contact our Service centre in Gauteng or the Western Cape to find out more.

What is the warranty time and warranty distance for the Hyundai Veloster?

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The Veloster service plan is valid for 90,000km’s or 5 years (whichever comes first). Service intervals are 5000km’s, 15,000km’s and every 15,000km’s thereafter.

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