Originally appeared on Automoblog.net What compact sedan can you buy that costs around $23,000, is fuel-efficient, and comes with fresh styling and an upscale interior? If you answered the Honda Civic or Toyota Corolla you would be close. It actually comes from Hyundai. This week, we tested the all-new 2017 Elantra to see what changes the South Korean automaker […]
My friend Tom was driving around in the Silverlake area of Los Angeles yesterday, and spotted this well-disguised mule. No badges were visible, of course. Well, none on top. Below, it’s full of Hyundai-tagged bits, and this seems to be the next Elantra GT. Read more...
This is taking it one step beyond your normal Apple CarPlay, Android Auto connectivity.
The redesigned 2017 Elantra has taken a step forward in the compact sedan class. It's not revolutionary so much as it is evolutionary, but there's a lot to love about this new little car and what Hyundai has done to make it much more...Show More Summary
Midsize is the new compact. These former lightweights have slowly grown ever larger, eventually crossing into the midsize sedan class. Is bigger better and, if so, which of them is the best? We put this trio of former compacts to the test on the hills and streets of San Francisco.
The Honda Civic, Hyundai Elantra and Toyota Corolla take to the streets, showing how these little sedans can handle the modern urban environment.
Hyundai is looking to compete on the world stage in the area of performance cars and recently launched its N sub-brand to focus on just that. Heading up Hyundai N is none other than former BMW M engineering boss Albert Biermann. He and his team plan to use knowledge gained in motorsport, which for Hyundai primarily means the World Rally...
Hyundai has rolled out the CarPlay update to even more of its lineup. Beginning May 24 the company welcomes eight new models to the club, joining the 2016 Sonata, 2017 Elantra and 2017 IONIQ. Most of the vehicles were previously eligible...Show More Summary
Hyundai has released a software update that brings CarPlay to eight additional vehicles. The company didn’t publicly announce the news, but dealers were informed on May 19 that the 2016 Elantra GT, 2015 and 2016 non-hybrid Sonata, 2017 Santa Fe Sport, 2017 Santa Fe, 2015 and 2016 Genesis Sedan and 2016 Tucson would all be eligible for the upgrade as of yesterday....
Hyundai is releasing a software update that brings CarPlay support to eight new vehicles, including the 2016 Elantra GT, 2015 and 2016 non-hybrid Sonata, 2017 Santa Fe Sport, 2017 Santa Fe, 2015 and 2016 Genesis Sedan, and the 2016 Tucson. The...Show More Summary
Hyundai has been testing a version of its current i30 hatchback (an Elantra GT in the United States) at the Nürburgring for the past year. Initially thought to be a prototype for a model from the Hyundai N performance division based on the the current i30, the car is now thought to be a test mule fitted with elements destined for a Hyundai...
anyone snubbing the 2016 hyundai elantra as "just another small appliance" is doing themselves a disservice. assertive styling, impressive interior, loads of features, decent dynamics, all given a boost, and all add up to a very good car and very solid value for your money. Show More Summary
The fourth-generation Hyundai Elantra has been recalled for an airbag control unit software update. Sold in Australia between 2006 and 2010, the recall affects 5296 HD model Hyundai Elantra models built between January 2, 2008 and August 22, 2009. Hyundai notes the airbags (both driver and passenger) could deploy when not required, which could cause injury […]
Hyundai sent its newly redesigned compact away for a lifestyle change, and it returned as the fuel-sipping Elantra Eco. Sporting a new drivetrain and an EPA-estimated highway fuel economy rating of 40 miles per gallon, the 2017 Elantra Eco retails for $21,485 (after freight). Show More Summary
EPA estimates peg the Elantra Eco at 32 mpg city and 40 mpg highway.
The fuel-sipping Elantra gets 40 highway mpg. We take a look at how it compares to the competition. Continue reading 2017 Hyundai Elantra Eco priced from $21,485 2017 Hyundai Elantra Eco priced from $21,485 originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 06 May 2016 13:30:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
The most fuel-efficient Elantra starts at $21,485 (including freight).
The 2016 Hyundai Elantra has received a five-star ANCAP rating from Australia’s car safety watchdog. Newcomer to the Australian micro-car market, the Kia Picanto, was also given the top rating. With an overall score of 35.01 out of a possible 37 points, the Elantra scored full marks in a number of areas including side-impact crash […]
he latest round of ancap test results have arrived, and the good news for small and micro car buys is that both the hyundai elantra and kia picanto received five-star results the elantra scored 35.01 out of a possible 37 points under...Show More Summary
Hyundai just revealed its Korean-market Avante Sport, but it’s also a preview of what North American customers can expect in their Elantra lineup. The Avante is what people in Seoul call an Elantra, and the new performance model puts...Show More Summary