The Hyundai Elantra has emerged reborn for the 2021 model year. Following a number of years with exterior designs that kept the Elantra out of the limelight, the new design puts it in its most prominent position yet. While the new exterior styling is stunning, sharp, and ground-breaking for the model, there is more going on than just a new design.
As most have come to expect from Hyundai in recent years, the Elantra features safety and interior technology at lower trims levels than most of the competition. Add value to the list of reasons to love the Elantra, and immediately tack performance on there too. With two engine options, the Elantra can generate horsepower and torque that should make you smile and turn the heads of onlookers.
Interior Features and Comfort
|2.0L I4 or 1.6L I4 Turbo Engine||Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection||8-Inch Touchscreen with Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay®|
|147 Horsepower (Base) or 201 Horsepower (Turbo)||Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go||Bose® Premium Sound System|
|132 lb-ft of Torque (Base) or 195 lb-ft of Torque (Turbo)||Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist||10.25-Inch Full Digital Instrument Cluster|
|Gas/Electric Hybrid Available||Lane Departure Warning with Lane-Keeping Assist||Interior Ambient Lighting|
The Hyundai Elantra delivers on everything anyone shopping in the compact sedan class is looking for. The redesign that took place for this year cannot be understated because it affects the entire vehicle from the ground up, inside and out. There are three trims available for this model year, the Essential, Preferred, and the Ultimate. For many, the Essential will be plenty enough, since so many great modern technological features come standard. Those who might choose the preferred will do so because of the larger wheels, heated leather steering wheel, and keyless entry. The Ultimate is exactly what its name suggests, and buyers will celebrate its sound system, even larger wheels, and leather interior.