Compare the Hyundai Veloster to the Toyota C-HR and Mazda3 at Ron Carter Hyundai

A sport compact car should be able to provide you with thrills and sporty fun without sacrificing comfort and convenience. From the Hyundai Veloster to the Toyota C-HR and the Mazda3, there are many options to choose from, but picking out the right one can be a challenge. Here at Ron Carter Hyundai, we're happy to help you compare and contrast models. We'll walk you through the best features of each, and we'll show you why the Hyundai Veloster stands a cut above the competition.

Hyundai Veloster vs Toyota C-HR

  • The Toyota only comes standard with one engine option compared to the two choices from the Hyundai Veloster lineup. The Veloster's turbocharged engine delivers 201 horsepower and 195 pound-feet of torque which the Toyota car can't keep up with.

  • A sports car should feel like it has a lot of power and performance and the Hyundai Veloster delivers with a sporty-feeling manual transmission. You can't find this same experience with the continuously variable transmission, the only option, with the Toyota C-HR.

  • Even though both models are designed for performance, the Hyundai doesn't sacrifice cargo space for performance. It offers a maximum of 44.5 cubic feet of storage area while the Toyota doesn't quite match that with only 36.4 cubic feet of space.

  • Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay™ are standard on the Veloster. The C-HR only offers Apple CarPlay™.

Hyundai Veloster vs Mazda3

  • The Mazda3 is standard with a 2.5-liter engine that delivers 186 horsepower and 186 pound-feet of torque. The Hyundai Veloster offers a turbocharged engine that goes for 201 horsepower and 195 pound-feet of torque, leaving the Mazda3 in its dust.

  • Need the cargo space to take care of any trip or shopping excursion? The Hyundai Veloster's backseats fold down to provide up to 44.5 cubic feet. The Mazda3 only manages a maximum of 13.2 cubic feet of storage area.

  • Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ smartphone integration are standard with the Hyundai Veloster, but not with the Mazda3. It requires an upgrade to more expensive trim levels.

  • Driver assistance features like Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist and a Lane Keeping Assist come equipped on every Hyundai Veloster model. These features at not standard on the base Mazda3 and require more expensive upgrades to higher trim levels.


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