The base Veloster will start around $17,500 with the Turbo starting at almost $23,000. Both engines will be available with different trim levels, in addition to some exterior and mechanical upgrades from the 2012 editions. The 2013 Turbo will have 201HP at its disposal while still achieving an estimated 25MPG in the city, and a very friendly 38MPG Highway; when outfitted with a manual transmission.
2013 Elantra GT
The Elantra GT will start out a little under $18,500, while the Coupe will have different trim options and the base will start just below $17,500. The GT has one of the lowest drag coefficients, which denotes a very streamlined design. One of its trim levels utilizes technology and mechanics to make it an Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV) or Partial Zero Emission Vehicle(PZEV). The PZEV Elantra GT is as clean as many hybrid electric vehicles. The GT is capable of producing 148HP while offering a best in class 39MPG highway.
The Coupe comes loaded with standard features that would have been very pricy optional upgrades just a few years ago. You can still buy some “power-ups” for your Coupe; most notably the technology package, with proximity keys and a navigation system.
All Hyundai vehicles sold in the U.S. are covered by the Hyundai Assurance program, which includes the 5-year/60,000-mile fully transferable new vehicle warranty, Hyundai’s 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty, and five years of complimentary Roadside Assistance.