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This is a delightfully eccentric budget coupe, one distinguished by having asymmetric rear doors: there's only one and it's on the right-hand side. For more information on the Veloster, click on our further stories on the links below.
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If most of Hyundai's current line-up is all goody two-shoes and sensible Volkswagen-spec motoring on the cheap, the Veloster is where the Koreans let their hair down a bit. This is a fun, small and above all affordable sporting coupe with a clever trick up its sleeve: it's got asymmetric rear doors. Okay, so it's not the best set up for UK roads - the single back door opens on to the roadside, rather than the kerb, but hey. It's fun to drive, though, in a cheeky, nippy sort of way. No, it won't worry any hot hatch drivers, but this is more of an event car than a purebred enthusiasts' special.
The one we'd buy
The one we'd avoid like the plague
1.6 GDi. Try and save up for blown one!
Rivals to consider
Kia Proceed, Peugeot RCZ, Vauxhall Astra GTC, VW Scirocco
Distinctive looks, fun Turbo, fizzing with fun
The drive can't cash the cheques promised by the styling