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65 Photos and 3 Quick Facts About The 2017 Hyundai Veloster Value Edition

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If the price tag of the regular Veloster is too much for you, then it’s time to check out this new Hyundai Veloster Value Edition. The South Korean automaker decided to release a value-packed edition for the popular Veloster, allowing the vehicle to become the choice for an everyday car.

Many of the options in the regular Veloster are now standard with the value edition, according to a report. This one has a starting price of $21,350, so you’re looking at a savings of $950 compared if you add all the options individually. The starting price for the regular Veloster without the add-ons is $18,100.

Extras That Are Now Standard

The options for the regular Veloster that are now standard to the value edition package are the six-speed dual-clutch transmission, 18-inch alloy wheels, proximity key with push button start, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, a panoramic sunroof, and a premium sound system with eight speakers and a subwoofer.

Powertrain Is Same As Regular Veloster’s

The Value Edition will come packing the same engine fitted in the regular Veloster. That’s a 1.6-liter inline-4 that can produce 132 horsepower and 120 pound-feet of torque. Those who want the extra power needs to upgrade to the Veloster Turbo, which has a 1.6-liter turbocharged inline-4 that produces 201 horsies and 195 lb-ft of torque.

The Veloster Turbo is also fitted with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission instead of the standard six-speed manual.

Next-Generation Veloster Is Being Tested

Hyundai is already testing a next-generation Veloster, which will be redesigned to better compete with its counterparts in the market. The next-gen Veloster will be bigger in dimensions. It may even walk away from the three-door layout of the current Veloster and make it a two-door the way a proper coupe should look like.

The debut of the next-gen Veloster should be sometime in 2018.

4 Things To Know About The 2017 Hyundai Elantra Value Edition

2017 Hyundai Elantra Value Edition

This month, Hyundai introduced a value edition for its Elantra line-up. This will allow people on a budget to get the Hyundai Elantra with a slew of important features, but without the skyrocketing price of the other trim levels.

Mike Evanoff, the product planning manager in Hyundai, said the South Korean company wants to give their customers a variety of options. The Value Edition will bridge the gap between valuable amenities and the price tag.

1. Price

First, the price. This new trim level is just $20.250. That’s a total of $1,215 in savings. Considering that the Value Edition added features to ensure comfort, convenience, and safety, the $20,000 price tag is not bad at all.

2. Additional Features

Aside from those that come standard to all trim levels, the Value Edition boasts of these features: blind spot detection with rear cross-traffic alert and lane change assist, leather-wrapped steering wheel, leather shift knob, LED daytime running lamps, auto-dimming rearview mirror with HomeLink and compass, hands-free Smart Trunk release, proximity key with electronic push button start, and sunroof—power glass tilt and slide, safety one-touch.

It also has dual automatic temperature control with clean air ionizer and auto defogger, heated front seats, Bluetooth hands-free phone system, seven-inch Display Audio system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and power driver’s seat with lumbar adjust.

3. Standard Features

All Elantra trim levels now come with Bluetooth and cruise control while HID headlights with Dynamic Bending Light is now standard on the Limited trim. On the SE trim level, the additional standard features are steering-wheel phone and audio controls.

The Elantra is made up of 53-percent high-strength steel and 2.0-liter Atkinson cycle engine. This gives every trim level a solid foundation, plus the comfort, convenience, and safety features standard to every model. Drivers will be glad to know that Hyundai also offers complimentary services for the Elantra, including Automatic Collision Notification, Enhanced Roadside Assistance, Vehicle Diagnostic Alert, Monthly Vehicle Health Report, and In-Vehicle Service Scheduling.

4. Photos

Check out some photos of the 2017 Hyundai Elantra Value Edition below:

3 Things To Consider About The 2017 Hyundai Accent Value Edition

2017 Hyundai Accent

Korean automaker Hyundai may be focusing on its Genesis brand for the upper echelon of the automobile market, but that doesn’t mean it has completely forgotten about its budget sedans, namely the Accent.

Recently, the automaker revealed that its subcompact Hyundai Accent sedan is now fully loaded for just the low price of $17,285. Called the 2017 Hyundai Accent Value Edition, this subcompact sedan is the perfect characterization of the brand’s budget roots.

Here are its key features based on a report:

1. It’s a little more than Accent’s base model.

The 2017 Hyundai Accent Value Edition is only $705 more than the base mode, the 2017 Hyundai Accent SE sedan. That one comes with a six-speed automatic transmission while the Value Edition doesn’t offer a manual. This small amount adds a number of features such as 16-inch aluminum wheels, cruise control, Bluetooth connectivity, steering wheel audio controls, rear disc brakes, and an armrest storage box. For an $18,000 car, these features are perfectly acceptable. It still doesn’t come with a backup camera, but that’s also not available on any Accent sedan, regardless of trim level.

2. It’s not the only budget option on the Accent lineup.

If you don’t need the extra features that the Value Edition is offering, you can opt for the $15,580 Accent SE with a six-speed manual transmission. If you want the hatchback version, which is honestly way more aesthetically pleasing than the sedan, that’s an additional $250. The Accent hatchback also offers a Sport trim level, which has dropped its manual transmission option and now is only available with a six-speed automatic for $18,330.

3. It hints of a redesigned model for next year.

Traditionally, Hyundai offers their Value Edition deals when a variant is nearing the end of its life. Although it’s quite exciting to know that it’s easier to afford an Accent with this new trim level, this isn’t the news we’re waiting about the Accent. This hints, however, of a redesigned model for next year or for 2018.

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