Auto review: Hyundai Veloster N offers N-pressive bang for the buck
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The Detroit News

The brash $35,000 Hyundai Veloster N hot hatch thinks it’s a premium performance car. Slip inside and it hands you your seat belt like a Mercedes S560 Coupe. The seats are bolstered for hard cornering, yet easy on the backside like an Audi RS. The steering wheel bristles with twin drive-mode buttons like a BMW M. But my favorite luxe imitation is the “push-to-pass” button. You know, like a Porsche. Porsche called this button “Sports Response.” Veloster, playful pocket rocket that it is, calls it “N Grin Shift.” Luffing along behind slower traffic on a rural, two-lane road south of Hell, Mich.,…

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