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Greetings from Maryland! New member here who is interested in a Veloster N (Once things go back to normal......) I hope to hear from owners and fans of this car and I look forward to a Veloster N in the near future. I currently drive a 2015 Civic Si coupe and I love the car. I like the Veloster N as it has a more usable backseat and the car sounds amazing. I also love the Hyundai brand and how they have really grown/hitting it out the park with design/value/fun. Here are some pics of my current ride. Thanks =)

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Welcome! You’ll love the car when you do get it :) and nice si !! I’ve always liked them and the other Honda cars
 

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Thank you for the warm welcomes! I hope you are all staying healthy and safe.

Most of my friends aren't that tall, and I think it would work in a pinch. The main quirks I don't like about the N is the whole asymmetrical thing, it kinda messes with my OCD haha. I was also considering the new 2020 Si sedan to have four full doors but I think the Veloster N would definitely stand out and hold it's own waaaay more in a car meet full of higher end "big boy" cars like GT-R / Civic Type R / Evo / STI / Genesis Coupe / Focus RS / Golf R / Z / Supra etc.

I of course also would like to get a Civic Type R but I know for sure the markup situation is terrible in my state (I'm also on CivicX.com). Those 20" rims and the tires lasting only 10,000 miles set it back as a being a daily with less peace of mind in my opinion. They don't have any sound as well and I would prefer to not deal with putting aftermarket parts on my next car (Yes I know putting an aftermarket exhaust doesn't void the warranty or anything but still...). The car I had before my Si had a Tanabe catback exhaust and a cop told me to take it off after I got pulled over from a lightbulb that was out. Since then, I've just been turned off from modding/etc.

The Veloster N is fantastic right out of the box! As of now, I have to of course wait to return to work when things will be back to "normal" (We're all in a similar boat in one way or another I'm sure). The 2021 Veloster N updates coming up look sweet as well but I hope it won't raise the MSRP too much. I of course would choose the 6spd manual. I'm also curious to wait on the reveal of the next WRX STI but that's gunna be a while off.
 

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Welcome! You’ll love the car when you do get it :) and nice si !! I’ve always liked them and the other Honda cars

Thanks! Have you owned any Hondas prior to the N? =)

My original dream car was the S2000, but honestly after wanting one for so long and long now It's like I don't care for it anymore lol. As for an update I think I'll be waiting for at least the 2021 model year Veloster N with those new light up seats and refreshed infotainment screen (I want a manual not DCT). I'm also in very low spirits with my current career path due to this crisis (I work in hospitality and was still learning things in my newest role).
 

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Hey for owners so far- How is the blind spot visibility on the car? Are those C-pillars thick on the passenger side when changing lanes? Thanks
 
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