New Hyundai Veloster For Sale in Minot

Hyundai Veloster for sale in Minot

New Hyundai Veloster N in Minot

If you like the idea of driving a sporty hatchback, consider treating yourself to a new Hyundai Veloster N. In previous years, there was a full line of Veloster models, but for 2022, the only choice that remains is the performance-oriented Veloster N.

Performance

This new Hyundai model draws power from a turbocharged engine. The engine has a displacement of two liters, and it can pump out an impressive 275 horsepower and 160 pound-feet of torque during your adventures around Surrey, ND. Whenever you accelerate, you'll get to feel all this power, and it can be a thrilling experience. There are two available transmissions. The first is a six-speed manual transmission, and the other is an eight-speed wet dual-clutch transmission. Either way, you'd benefit from having a corner-carving differential to enhance handling. Front-wheel drive is standard, and so are 19-inch wheels, sport-tuned steering, and an electronically controlled suspension.

Interior

New Hyundai Veloster for sale in Minot, ND

Since it's a hatchback, the Veloster N is also a practical vehicle to drive around Towner, ND. It has a rear cargo area that's just under 20 cubic feet in volume. Lowering the rear seats will expand your cargo capacity to 44.5 cubic feet, which is a more than decent amount.

Tech and Safety

You'll be happy with all the interior features found in the Veloster N. You can buy or lease a Hyundai Veloster N equipped with an eight-inch touchscreen with navigation, a premium audio system, and SiriusXM Satellite Radio. Take advantage of Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto as you cruise around Velva. The alloy pedals add to the sporty vibe of the car. Automatic climate control, a 4.2-inch digital display, and a push-button start are all convenient to have in your new Hyundai car. In addition, this car has several driver-assist technologies. They can alert you to potential problems and can potentially hit the brakes or correct your steering in an attempt to avoid a collision.