Hyundai's Elantra is part of Hyundai's small sedan range, a competitor for the Honda Civic, Ford Focus and Toyota Corolla Sedans. Though compact, it can seat five and is available in four model grades: Active, SE, Elite and Premium.
The Elantra is powered by a durable 1.8-litre MPI engine, which is further complemented by a choice of two transmissions, a six-speed manual or six-speed Sports Automatic.
It also comes standard with driver and passenger airbags, head and side airbags, traction control, electronic brake distribution, Bluetooth as well as cruise control and six-speaker stereo. Up-spec models come with a premium features list.
Wheel sizes are 16-inch or 17-inch alloys, depending upon the model.
Hyundai has revealed the details of its flagship Elantra model, the turbocharged Elantra SR Turbo sedan.
We’ve already reported that Hyundai will be turning up the wick on its Elantra small sedan by slotting in the Veloster SR Turbo's turbo 1...
While the ‘warm hatch’ sub-category has become a fixture of the small car class, the same can’t be said of sedans.
Hyundai has added a new version of the Elantra sedan to its Australian line-up, and it may not be what you were expecting.