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Hyundai drops the Veloster in the UK


Hyundai has decided not to offer the Veloster in the United Kingdom anymore because of slow sales. The South Korean based automaker Hyundai was believed to have struck gold when it unveiled its Veloster, a few years back, but now the model is struggling to survive in several markets. One of these markets is the United Kingdom, where the carmaker has ...
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Hyundai Veloster might not get a second generation
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The Hyundai Veloster lineup will be getting a new addition during the 2014 Chicago Auto Show, as the carmaker has officially announced. The South Korean based car manufacturer is getting ready ...
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Hyundai has recently expanded its recall for the Veloster because of the problems with the optional panoramic roofs which might shatter while the vehicle is in motion. After the original recall ...
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Hyundai Veloster was launched in Malaysia
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Australia: Hyundai Veloster starts at AUD23.990
Hyundai has recently announced the starting price for the Veloster model in Australia, which has been set at AUD23.990. With the turbo version of the Veloster being on the way, Hyundai ...

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