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It will still drive like shit... Toyota's actually drive nicely compared to Kia/Hyundai



Apparently it drives pretty good, with a significant departure form what people expect from Hyundai/Kia. I don't think any of the major magazines have got a hold of it yet, but there are a lot of YouTube reviews and comparisons around that look promising. Not saying it's a segment winner, but with the head of BMW's M division looking after ride/handling, you'd think there would have to be at least an improvement. Who knows though - I can't test drive anything myself right now due to the weather.

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It will still drive like shit... Toyota's actually drive nicely compared to Kia/Hyundai



Very typical every time I tried a Kia/Hyundai product. The Japanese seems to be a tad better in the handling department.

But my experience is 3 years old. They probably got it right this time.

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Apparently it drives pretty good, with a significant departure form what people expect from Hyundai/Kia. I don't think any of the major magazines have got a hold of it yet, but there are a lot of YouTube reviews and comparisons around that look promising. Not saying it's a segment winner, but with the head of BMW's M division looking after ride/handling, you'd think there would have to be at least an improvement. Who knows though - I can't test drive anything myself right now due to the weather.



I have watched some of the reviews and it seems to be pretty good. But I would like to see a review of the Mazda3 GT vs this car.. Also, I don't think its a great car to buy new, Hyundai value plummets after the first year or two. It could be a good car to buy in a year or two.

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It will still drive like shit... Toyota's actually drive nicely compared to Kia/Hyundai


Mar's veloster is proof that Korean > Japanese

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