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Hyundai Veloster (2016) vs. Chevrolet Cruze Features

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Model Year 2016 2016 2016 2016 2017 2017 2017 2017
Model Veloster Veloster Veloster Veloster Cruze Cruze Cruze Cruze
Trim Base Turbo R-Spec Turbo Turbo Rally Edition L LS LT Premier
Engines (hide)  
1.6L I4
138 hp@6300
123 lb-ft@4850
1.6L I4
201 hp@6000
195 lb-ft@1750
1.4L I4
153 hp@5600
177 lb-ft@2000
Transmissions (hide)  
6-speed manual  
6-speed automated manual              
7-speed automated manual              
6-speed manually-shiftable automatic          
Drivetrains (hide)  
Tires (hide)  
215/45HR17 tires        
225/40VR18 tires      
195/65R15 tires          
205/55HR16 tires            
225/45VR17 tires              
Audio Systems (hide)  
Unbranded, 196W, 6 speakers              
Dimension, 450W, 8 speakers (with subwoofer)        
Unbranded, 4 speakers            
Unbranded, 6 speakers            
Bose, 9 speakers (with subwoofer)            
Accessories (hide)  
AC power outletPowers devices with a regular home electrical outlet. Limited wattage: forget about using it to power a blow drier.          
Cruise control    
Electronic engine sound enhancementElectronically enhance the actual sounds of the engines, not just a recording.          
Heated steering wheel              
Power front side windowsOften must be ordered with power rear side windows, if these are available.
Power locks
Power rear side window (one side)        
Power rear side windows        
Proximity keyEnter and start the vehicle without removing the key from your pocket.        
Remote appCheck on car and remotely control various functions (remote start, locks, lights, and/or HVAC) from a telephone or computer. Usually requires a monthly fee, though often as part of a package of telematics services.
Remote keyless entryUnlock and lock the car using buttons on the keyfob.
Remote startStart the car using a button on the keyfob. Interior can be a comfortable temperature as soon as you get in.            
Tilt/telescoping steering wheel, manual
Universal garage door openerHomelink.        
Brakes, Airbags, and Other Safety (hide)  
4-wheel disc brakesRear disc brakes.
Active or whiplash-reducing head restraints, front seatsIf active, automatically move forward when the vehicle is rear-ended. Note: becoming less common.        
AlarmOnly listed when pricing a single model because insufficient data for all cars.        
Antilock brakes (ABS)Automatically pulse the brakes in hard stops to prevent wheels from locking up, making it possible to brake and steer at the same time.
Blind spot warning systemMirror-mounted lights indicate when another vehicle is in a blind spot.            
Brake assistWhen a panic stop is sensed, fully applies the brakes.
Following distance indicatorIndicates number of seconds behind preceding car.              
Forward collision warningAlerts driver when approaching the preceding car too quickly.              
Front airbagsMandatory, in all cars.
Hill start assistApplies the brakes to hold the vehicle in place on an incline. Incomplete data, so only displayed when pricing a single vehicle.            
Knee airbag, driver        
Knee airbag, passenger        
Lane departure prevention system, steering-basedSteering lightly applied to help prevent the vehicle from inadvertently traveling out of its intended lane.              
Lane departure warning systemAlerts driver when the vehicle seems to be wandering out of the lane.              
Obstacle detection, rearBeeps signal distance to object behind vehicle. Parking aid.        
Rear cross-traffic detectionWarns of traffic coming from either direction when vehicle is in reverse, to prevent accidents when backing out of parking spaces.            
Rear side airbagsTorso-level second row airbags, usually contained in the rear door. Some also protect the head, but not as well as side curtain airbags.        
Rearview cameraRearview camera connected to display screen on the instrument panel. Often requires navigation system.
Rollover sensorDeploys extended duration side curtain airbags when the vehicle rolls over. Usually included on tall vehicles. Rare on others.        
Safety keyIndividual keys can be coded to enforce specific driving restrictions, such as maximum speed and audio volume.        
Side curtain airbagsAirbags contained just above the window level. Except in cars without a rear seat usually cover first and second row.
Stability controlSelectively applies the brakes to prevent excessive understeer or oversteer (spinning).
Temporary spare tire            
Tire-pressure monitorTwo types: a warning light when a tire is low on air and a pressure readout for each tire.
Torque vectoring / active trace controlUses the brakes to channel torque to the outside wheels and counteract understeer. Similar to stability control, but proactive, and acting to improve cornering performance rather than prevent loss of control.          
Traction controlWhen a drive wheel slips, it is braked and/or engine power is reduced, restoring traction.
Vehicle health reportsPeriodically uploads and emails a vehicle diagnostic check.
Cargo Management (hide)  
Cargo cover        
Cargo net        
Cargo tray        
Console with shifter
Overhead sunglass holderUsually part of an overhead console.        
Second-row low consoleSecond-row center console that does not rise above the level of the seat cushions.        
Climate Control and Infotainment (hide)  
4G LTE connectivityHigher speed Internet connection. Monthly fee after trial period.        
A/V input jacksJacks for a video camera, game console, or other device with A/V output.        
Air conditioning
Android Auto supportRequires compatible Android phone.    
App supportTouchscreen and/or voice control over apps that can include online search, Facebook, Twitter, Pandora, OpenTable, and Requires connected compatible phone. Fees may apply after first three years.    
Apple CarPlay supportRequires compatible Apple iPhone.    
Audio controls on steering wheel    
Automatic climate control, frontMaintains set temperature in front row. Requires air conditioning and does not include its value.          
Aux inputJack for an iPod or similar device. No value because of incomplete data. Will soon be standard on nearly every car.        
Bluetooth audio streamingUses Bluetooth rather than a cable to integrate audio device. Requires compatible audio device and/or phone.
Bluetooth cell phone linkEnables hands-free communication by wirelessly connecting a cell phone to a microphone and the vehicle's stereo speakers.
CD player        
Electric heater (optional)Permits heat with the engine off. Standard on many hybrids.              
HD radioHigh-definition radio, which broadcasts a digital signal. Free, no subscription fees.            
Interior air filterFilters exterior air before it enters the passenger compartment. No default value because most cars have them, even in cases where they're not in the official list of features.
MP3-compatible playerAudio system capable of playing discs with MP3 files.        
Navigation systemScreen-based navigation system.          
Rear defrost
Rear heat ductsDucts under front seats direct heated air to the second row.        
Rear wiper        
Satellite radioXM or Sirius. Includes a subscription for three to six months, after which monthly fees apply.    
SMS text-to-speech readerConverts text messages to speech.        
Telematics service, such as OnStar, with navigationIn-vehicle security, communications, and diagnostics system plus turn-by-turn navigation (no map display). For 2011 and newer cars often includes a remote app. Monthly fee after the first 6-12 months.
Traffic + travel informationInformation about traffic plus weather, gas prices, sports news, and/or movie times. Monthly fee after first 3-12 months.            
USB portOften permits an iPod or phone to be integrated into the vehicle's entertainment system and controls.
Variable intermittent wipersTime between wipes can be precisely adjusted.
Voice control for audio systemSometimes also includes voice control over climate control system.          
Voice control for external devicesPhone or other device operated via the vehicle's voice command system. Requires a compatible device--all aren't supported.        
Voice control for nav and audioSometimes also includes voice control over climate control system.          
Wi-Fi hotspotProvides Wi-Fi within the car. Includes internal modem, usually requires car-specific broadband service with monthly fee.        
Wireless charging stationWirelessly charger for phones and audio players.              
Exterior (hide)  
Additional chrome trimOnly listed if not standard on all trims. No value because no way to compare across models.              
Body kitSide skirts and possibly a front air dam and rear apron.      
Bright-finished exhaust tip(s)Chrome or polished metal exhaust tip.        
Mud guardsFlaps mounted behind two to four wheels, to protect the body from mud and rocks.        
Paint, matte finish              
Paint, special blue          
Paint, special red            
Paint, special white            
Panoramic sunroofFront glass panel retracts over a fixed glass roof panel. Entire unit covers nearly the entire roof.            
Rear spoilerCan be small lip spoiler or a larger raised spoiler.    
Special exterior trimOnly listed if not standard on all trims. No value because no way to compare across models.          
Instruments, Lights, and Mirrors (hide)  
Auto-dimming headlightsHigh beams automatically turned on and off.              
Auto-dimming rearview mirrorInterior rearview mirror automatically dims when hit by headlights of following vehicle.      
Automatic headlightsHeadlights automatically turn on and off. Includes value of automatic-off headlights.    
CompassWe haven't given this feature a value because it's hard to tell which cars have it.            
Fog lightsLight wide area close in front of the vehicle.            
Heated mirrorsClears ice and fog from mirrors.    
Illuminated visor mirror, driverIncludes value of non-illuminated vanity mirror.    
Illuminated visor mirror, passengerIncludes value of non-illuminated vanity mirror.    
Interior ambient lightingLEDs cast a soft glow over and/or highlight parts of the interior.    
LED tail lightsOnly listed if not standard on all trims. No value because no way to compare across models.          
Map lightsFront row reading lights.    
Outside temperature display
Power mirrorsIncludes value of manual remote mirrors.
Rear reading lights              
Spotter mirror(s)Auxiliary convex lens in the corner of the outside mirror that improves view of the driver's blind spot.        
TachometerReports engine speed.
Trip computerReports average fuel economy, and perhaps also instantaneous fuel economy, distance to empty, average speed, and other stats.
Turn signals on or near mirrors            
Upgraded instrumentsOnly listed if not standard on all trims. No value because no way to compare across models.              
Visor mirror, driver            
Visor mirror, passenger            
Powertrain (hide)  
Automatic start / stopAutomatically cuts off the engine when the vehicle is stopped and restarts it when the driver lifts off the brake pedal. Not listed for hybrids, where it is generally part of the powertrain system.          
Short-throw shifter (optional)Only listed if not standard on all trims. No value because no way to compare across models.            
Steering-wheel-mounted transmission controlsPaddles or buttons that can be used to manually shift the transmission. Only listed when optional or not always included with an automatic transmission.            
Seats and Interior Trim (hide)  
Front buckets
Second-row 3-person bench            
Second-row 2-section 2-person split bench        
Second-row 2-section 3-person split bench            
Center armrest(s), front row  
Center armrest(s), second row            
Floor mats  
Folding second row seatsSeat folds to enlarge cargo area. Unless the seat is also removable, it usually folds flat or nearly flat.
Heated front seats          
Heated second row seats              
Leather seating surfacesSeating surfaces are trimmed in leather; other upholstery tends to be leatherette.          
Leather-wrapped steering wheel      
Manual height adjuster, driver seat    
Manual height adjuster, passenger seat              
Metal pedals        
Power fore-aft adjuster, driver seat            
Power height adjuster, driver seat            
Power lumbar adjuster, driver seatPower-adjustable lower back support.              
Power recliner, driver seat            
Power tilt adjuster, driver seatPower tilting seat cushion; can take the form of a second height adjustment.            
Synthetic leather seating surfacesA.k.a vinyl, leatherette, MB-Tex, NuLuxe.            
Suspension, Wheels, and Tires (hide)  
Alloy wheels        
Alloy wheels, optional designSame value as regular alloy wheels because no way to compare across models.              
Machined alloy wheelsOuter surface of alloy wheels machines to yield a bright finish. Replace and include value of reqular alloy wheels.              
Performance steering system (optional)Only listed if not standard on all trims. No value because no way to compare across models.          
Sport suspension (upgrade)Only listed if not standard on all trims. No value because no way to compare across models.              
Touring suspension (upgrade)Less firm than a sport suspension. Only listed if an option or not standard on all trims.              
Ultra-sport suspension (upgrade)Only listed if not standard on all trims. No value because no way to compare across models.              
Wheel locksLug nuts that can only be removed using a special key. Prevents theft of wheels.        

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Option Package Contents

Style Package

Metal pedals
Leather-wrapped steering wheel
Panoramic sunroof
Special exterior trim
Synthetic leather seating surfaces
Dimension, 450W, 8 speakers (with subwoofer)
225/40VR18 tires

Tech Package

Alloy wheels, optional design
Proximity key

Tech Package

Panoramic sunroof

Sun and Sound Package

Interior ambient lighting
Illuminated visor mirror, driver
Illuminated visor mirror, passenger
Bose, 9 speakers (with subwoofer)

Convenience Package

Remote start

Driver Confidence Package

Obstacle detection, rear
Blind spot warning system
Rear cross-traffic detection

Convenience Package

Electric heater (optional)

RS Package

Fog lights
Body kit
Rear spoiler

RS Package

Machined alloy wheels
225/40VR18 tires

Sun and Sound with Navigation Package

Voice control for nav and audio
Navigation system
Bose, 9 speakers (with subwoofer)

Enhanced Convenience Package

Wireless charging station
Automatic climate control, front
Heated second row seats
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
AC power outlet

Driver Confidence Package

Obstacle detection, rear
Blind spot warning system
Rear cross-traffic detection

Driver Confidence II Package

Following distance indicator
Auto-dimming headlights
Lane departure warning system
Forward collision warning
Lane departure prevention system, steering-based

RS Package

Fog lights
Body kit
Rear spoiler
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