Hyundai Elantra Reviews
Introducing the small sedan that’s designed to leave a very big impression. Now you can have large car space, style and safety with small car convenience and running costs. World class quality design and manufacture has received international acclaim. A sporty stance and stunning lines from its stylish design leaves a big impression. More safety, performance and convenience features than you might expect from a smaller car. Five adults can relax in big car comfort with an interior space that's superior to some larger cars.
The Hyundai Elantra merges smart design with cutting edge technology and throws in some state-of-the-art engineering which equals the agility and handling of a sports compact with all the extra space needed for a big car, winning over it's nickname as a BIG small car.
The Elantra is slightly bigger than most small cars powered by a larger engine than it's small car category counterparts achieving impressive power with outstanding fuel economy. The new sleek design delivery very low resistance with a coefficient drag of 0.28, which improves performance and fuel consumption.
Powered by a 1.8L Nu engine made of stronger yet lighter aluminum, delivering 110kW of power, this lighter engine together with the Continuous Variable Valve Timing technology (CVVT) no both cam shafts, help deliver significant greater fuel economy, as little as 5.6L/100km on the highway. An electronic throttle control accurately manages air intake and engine torque, which further improves drivability, responsiveness and economy. Coupled with a 6-speed automatic transmission optimizing engine performance and boosting fuel economy, with an optional 6-speed manual transmission allowing for a quiet and ultra-smooth shifting.
The Elantra includes a standard of 6 airbags, with dual front airbags, front seated-mounted side airbags and roof-mounted side curtain bags that provide safety from every seating position. Coupled with active safety technologies monitoring the vehicles performance and handling, including Electronic Stability Control (ESC) with Traction Control System which senses loss of wheel grip and applies individual wheel breaking, together with engine and transmission adjustments, to help you get the vehicle back on its intended course.