Posted on 10. Jun, 2014 by in Hyundai Canada

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Mar 25, 2014 – Hyundai’s award-winning 2014 Veloster perceived approval today, receiving a Best Value in America Award from Vincentric, a automotive investigate organisation specializing in automotive cost of ownership. The Veloster bested competitors like a Ford Fiesta, Nissan Juke and Kia Forte to take a tip mark in a subcompact segment.

“The Veloster provides good value in a rarely rival subcompact segment,” pronounced David Wurster, president, Vincentric. “It’s labelled right and has genuine advantages in terms of depreciation, word costs, fuel economy and, due to an glorious warranty, correct costs, a sum cost to possess is most reduce than one would design from a subcompact during a cost point.”

The Vincentric Best Value Awards magnitude cost-of-ownership regulating 8 opposite factors: depreciation, fees and taxes, financing, fuel, insurance, maintenance, event cost, and repairs. Using a statistical model, a association identified a Vincentric Best Value in America winners by measuring that vehicles had reduce than approaching tenure costs given their marketplace shred and price.

“The Veloster was engineered to offer a business good value but sacrificing functionality or motorist engagement, dual criteria that are elemental to a subcompact automobile segment,” pronounced Scott Margason, director, Product Planning, Hyundai Motor America. “This fame acknowledges a Veloster as a well-rounded vehicle, providing flexibility and fun-to-drive characteristics in an efficient, low-cost package.”

For 2014, Hyundai’s three-door Veloster adds even some-more convenience, reserve and opening features, serve augmenting a interest of a renouned sporty coupe. Both Veloster and Veloster Turbo models underline cutting-edge powertrain technologies like approach injection, optimizing their interest to immature business by mixing glorious fuel economy and energetic performance.

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