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Hyundai ELANTRA

5 Seat Capacity

Vehicle Type: Sedan

Transmission: Automatic

More Details

  • Power Windows
  • Airbags and Reverse Camera
  • CD/USB Player
  • Air Condition

About Hyundai ELANTRA

The design of the car has been changed to a more conservative appearance. The “fluidic sculpture” design that persisted across the Hyundai portfolio since 2011 is gone in the sixth generation Elantra. The car is now more like a fastback with its roofline sloped from the windshield to the rear of the car and it has less curves overall with pentagonal head and tail lights, a hexagonal grille, and redesigned body panels and bumper emphasizing straight lines along the body. The windshield is drawn back from the hood further than the prior generation, making for a more traditional sedan look. The interior is also less curved, with a cockpit, audio/temp controls and glove compartment in a single bow line across the dash. This was done without reducing the interior cabin space of the prior generation at 110.2 cubic feet (while the Elantra is sold under the compact class, it classifies as a mid-size sedan according to the EPA.)

Newly introduced for 2017 is the ECO Trim, a package which replaces the standard engine with a lower displacement Turbocharged 1.4-liter DOHC Inline-4, 128 hp (95 kW) Kappa engine along with a 7-speed dual clutch automatic transmission that improves MPG use for eco driving customers.

Also new, the SE model has been noted to come standard with less features compared to the prior generation trim level, and includes a 147 hp (110 kW) 2.0-liter Nu four cylinder engine and mated to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission: The SE Popular Equipment package which includes alloy wheels, cruise control, automatic headlights, and touchscreen stereo with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support; and a Tech Package (that requires the Popular Equipment package) which includes LED daytime running lights, blind spot and rear cross-traffic alert system, proximity key/push button start, hands-free trunk access, and TFT monochromatic cluster display (replacing the LCD cluster that comes standard). In North America, the SE Popular Equipment package was not available on SE models with the 6-speed manual transmission.