The Hyundai Elantra Sedan has been redesigned for 2017 with a long list of new standard and optional features. You’ll find new interior and exterior touches and an overhauled power train.
You’ll see the newly designed 2017 Hyundai Elantra retains its compact sedan identity both sizewise and in price. But it has matured with its handsome interior and state of the art technology, a comfortable driving experience and power that you'd customarily expect from a larger car. The cabin has a high-end feel to it with a wide instrument panel design which creates a more spacious feeling, and the seats are improved for comfort. The infotainment system is user friendly, responds quickly and coupling it with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay is a snap; the main multimedia screen is tilted toward the driver for easier viewing and interaction.
There are two optional touch-screen multimedia systems available over the base system: a 7-inch with a backup camera and an 8-inch with navigation. All models come with standard inputs for iPhone/USB as well as satellite radio and Android Auto, plus a second USB input for charging.
The latest Hyundai Elantra is offered in three trim levels: base-level SE, fuel-efficient Eco and upscale Limited.
From the base trim on up, the Elantra vehicles are well-equipped and the more upscale versions are definitely luxurious. That mature, handsome interior tells the world you want to be taken more seriously, the well-designed exterior makes for a more classic appearance. And every Elantra comes standard with Hyundai's industry leading warranty: 5 years or 60,000 miles of bumper-to-bumper coverage and 10 years or 100,000 miles of powertrain protection.
The Elantra really shines when it comes to safety equipment. Standard on all models are anti-lock brakes, side-curtain airbags and traction control with stability control, while a backup camera, a rear cross-traffic alert system and a blind spot monitor are optional on the SE and standard on others. The Elantra Limited with the Ultimate package also includes forward-collision warning with automatic braking, adaptive cruise control, adaptive xenon headlights and lane-keep assist.
On the outside, aerodynamics are a definitely a major part of the redesign and include functional front air curtains to manage airflow around the front of the vehicle, minimizing resistance. Underneath are underbody covers and in the rear there's a bottom spoiler and rear deck lid designed to be aero-friendly and contribute to lower drag.
Structural reinforcements to the front chassis will improve performance in a collision, plus seven airbags are standard and include a driver's knee airbag. The 2017 Hyundai Elantra is one inch wider and just about an inch longer than previous years. It also features LED turn signal indicators, LED taillights and LED puddle lights. Five new colors become available for 2017.
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