Hyundai Veloster N

2021 Hyundai Veloster N: Performance Standard, Automatic Optional

By Brian Normile on July 29, 2020

Competes with: Honda Civic Si, Honda Civic Type R, Volkswagen GTI, Volkswagen Golf R Looks like: A 2020 Veloster N; nearly all updates are inside or under the skin Powertrain: 275-horsepower, turbo... Read More
Save the Stick Shifts … to Sell Them Later? Future Manual ‘Classic’ Cars

By Brian Normile on July 16, 2020

As the number of new cars equipped with manual transmissions continues to dwindle, it appears that vehicles with manuals often carry a price premium when selling on the used market. According to th... Read More
Best Cheap Sports Cars: Here Are Our Fave 14

By Brian Normile on April 25, 2020

Looking for a new car that can tackle twisting mountain roads and put a smile on your face when you’re not stuck in traffic? Even as new car prices increase, there are still performance bargains to... Read More
Can the 2020 Hyundai Veloster N’s Automatic Transmission Make It Even More Fun to Drive?

By Brian Normile on April 22, 2020

In mid-April, Hyundai announced that its Veloster N performance hatchback, Cars.com’s reigning Most Fun-to-Drive Car of the year, would be getting an automatic transmission — specifically, an eight... Read More
Hyundai Veloster N Adds Automatic Transmission: Blasphemy or ‘That’s for Me’?

By Brian Normile on April 14, 2020

The Hyundai Veloster N, which we at Cars.com named our 2020 Most Fun-to-Drive Car of the Year, is getting more accessible — and that’s a good thing. Previously only available with a six-speed manua... Read More
10 Biggest News Stories of the Month: Hyundai Palisade, Veloster N, Ram 1500 Aim to Be Best

By Matt Schmitz on February 21, 2020

The Hyundai Palisade, Hyundai Veloster N and Ram 1500 all featured among our most popular news articles of the past month. Read More
Best of 2020

By Cars.com Editors on February 11, 2020

What’s eligible: All models that are new or fully redesigned for the 2020 model year. Criteria: Our watchwords are quality, innovation and value. Seldom does a candidate nail all three, but a... Read More
Top 5 Reviews and Videos of the Week: Honda Civic Steps Up, Fun Comes First

By Patrick Masterson on January 26, 2020

Last week, Cars.com readers flocked to read our review of one venerable Honda nameplate, the Pilot SUV. This week, our readers have flocked to another — and in a surprising twist, it isn’t an SUV: ... Read More
2020 Most Fun-to-Drive Car of the Year

By Cars.com Editors on January 7, 2020

What’s eligible: Any 2020 model vehicle regardless of when it was introduced or last updated. Criteria: Rather than an accolade limited to the most powerful sports cars, our award is open to ... Read More
Every Sports Car Needs This Button From the Hyundai Veloster N

By Joe Bruzek on October 14, 2019

A $30,000 Hyundai hatchback shouldn’t trump the sports-carness of anything named AMG, M, S or RS, but a single button inside the Hyundai Veloster N leans that way. The Veloster N’s little race flag... Read More
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