I like the mud flaps.. Anything out of the ordinary, or are they just standard "mudflaps"??
I had the 88 CRX when the 2nd gen CRX was introduced. Boy that was a fun car! First new car I had. The Veloster reminds me of it when I drive it, but the CRX would probably dissapoint today.I had a '91 Honda CRX Si, has to be the best vehicle I have owned to date .
Bought it August of '91, year end clearance, about $10,000 out the door .
The car only had 121,000 miles on it when I sold it in March '15 .
I really didn't want to get rid of it, but I could no longer get Honda specific parts, put about $300 into it, put it up for sale on a CRX forum and sold it in 3 days for $5000 .
The one thing I wanted to do, was to keep it until I could get Historic Vehicle license plates, that would have been this year, 25 model years old .
Do I miss the car, yes, it was a great driving car, do I like my V, very much so, I don't feel I made a mistake by buying the V and selling the CRZ !!!!!!
See if this helps at all - http://www.veloster.org/forum/38-hyundai-veloster-diy-tips-tricks/68393-how-get-better-mpgs-veloster.htmlI am really disappointed I made such a HUGE downgrade in power/performance in hopes I would get better mileage (getting worse mileage actually). But other than that, I really like the 2016 Veloster Turbo I ended up with.
Actually that’s one of the first threads I read on this site after getting the Veloster. What I realized is that because of the smaller engine on the Veloster, to maintain the same style of driving I did in my previous vehicle with the same stuff in the vehicle the mileage is gonna suffer; I was just disappointed that it suffers as much as it does as I was hoping to at least get the same if not slightly better. I suppose I COULD do all those things, but that would negate the point of getting a fun car if you have to drive like you are on eggshells all the time.