2015 Hyundai Veloster Turbo 1.6 from North America
Excellent, versatile, daily driver. My micro-RV, 2nd home, & I love it
Nothing has gone wrong.
Excellent car, an affordable sports car, & good mileage (40 miles / gallon).
I have used it as a daily driver & Micro-RV. Drives good. To rest, just recline the front seat & you're barely seen from outside. Have used it as a 2nd home. To eat dinner, I just purchased a tray as a table. For comfort to relieve yourself for emergencies, buy porta-potty & place at the back seat or trunk, or go to a rest room of Walmart, McDonalds, etc. For a shower, just buy membership in the YMCA or trucks-stop fee. For more privacy when resting, just install a curtain & only open it up when resting, & hide it when driving of course. The above personal options are not for everyone. I have personally used it as 2nd home & personal retreat.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 13th November, 2015
14th Nov 2015, 16:43
Even a Motel 6 sounds better than hauling a porta-potti around in your back seat and showering at truck stops ;)
14th Nov 2015, 19:47
Or buy a slightly older car and stay at a Red Roof on a cross country trip with the savings.
14th Nov 2015, 23:51
I did the initial write up about my Veloster Micro RV.
Instead of putting a curtain for privacy, I bought a window shade for $5.99 each, & they're opened only when parked . No need of installing curtains. To use the porta-potty, you can put it in the passenger side of the rear seat foot space, with window shades in place.
15th Nov 2015, 17:53
Taking a dump in a 2015 car is a very strong incentive to sticking with day trips.
19th Nov 2015, 23:50
Regarding taking a dump - I've not done it in my microRV Veloster since I purchased it 4 months ago. The porta-potty I purchased is small one & will only be for emergencies. It is so easy to find Walmart, McDonalds, gas station, or truck stop. They are all for free except to take a shower in a truck stop or YMCA. Any motel or hotel stay is usually around $35-45 per day.
Using your car as 2nd home is not for everyone. Studies have found that you can actually live in your car as low as $ 300/month...
Original poster, tonymacmd.