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2017 Hyundai Elantra

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Stock #4526
VIN5NPD84LF9HH145960
Year2017
MakeHyundai
ModelElantra
TrimLimited
Mileage129,224.00
ColorGry
FuelGas
MPG28.0 City / 37.0 Hwy
Engine2.0l I-4 MPI Dohc 2.0l
TransAuto
ConditionUsed

Description

Pros Quiet, comfortable cabin, especially at highway speeds Lots of available technology and safety features Classy and thoughtfully laid-out interior design

What’s new The Hyundai Elantra has been completely redesigned for 2017. Highlights include fresh styling, three new engines, a new seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, a more upscale interior and a host of new technology offerings. Vehicle overview Fully redesigned for 2017, the Hyundai Elantra gets a fresh new look, three new engines and a slew of impressive tech features. The 2017 Elantra is classier looking on the outside and more refined on the inside than ever before.

For starters, ride quality has been improved, making the Elantra more livable during daily driving. The Elantra's three new engines include a new base 2.0-liter engine, a turbocharged 1.4-liter engine tuned for fuel economy, and a sporty 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder designed to raise pulses. Unfortunately, with a few early tests of the Elantra, we've found acceleration to be behind that of class leaders. Somehow that doesn't feel like such a big letdown, though, thanks to qualities such as a quiet cabin and a long list of tech features. At the top trim levels you can get items such as adaptive cruise control, lane departure intervention and forward collision mitigation. But no matter how you equip it, the 2017 Hyundai Elantra is as good as it's ever been and it's a strong contender in the compact car segment.

Edmunds' Expert Rating The redesigned 2017 Hyundai Elantra is a compact sedan that provides more than just basic transportation. It gives you the value you expect from Hyundai, but in a new package loaded with high-tech features. If you were a fan of the Elantra in the past, things just got even better. Trim tested Each vehicle typically comes in multiple versions, although trim levels share many aspects. The ratings in this review are based on our full test of the 2017 Hyundai Elantra Eco (turbo 1.4L inline-4 | 7-speed automatic | FWD). Driving Your driving experience with the Elantra will largely depend on which trim level and engine you choose. The seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission is a bit clunky, but handling and braking are better than average. Acceleration The standard 2.0-liter engine is disappointing, with some of the slowest 0-60 mph times in the class, while the Eco has good midrange power and is a bit faster. Expect the Sport to be significantly quicker. Braking The SE, Value Edition and Eco come with less sophisticated rear drum brakes, but on the whole the brakes perform with consistency. The pedal feel is good, and stopping power is easy to modulate. Steering There's not much feel to be had through the steering wheel, but that doesn't take away from its accuracy. The modes (Normal, Eco and Sport) don't differ very much from one another, but Sport makes the Elantra's already strangely heavy steering almost comically difficult. Comfort The Elantra is quiet, with comfortable front seats and an above-average ride quality. The Sport model will likely be a bit rougher around the edges, but overall this is a pretty cushy compact sedan. Seat comfort Most trim levels come with cloth upholstery, and even without power adjustment (which is optional), the seats are accommodating and comfortable. The cloth offers enough grip to hold you in place and does not look or feel down-market. Ride comfort The base SE and Eco trim levels both come with tall sidewalls on their tires. These tires absorb so many of the commonly encountered road irregularities. When the road is smooth and the speeds are high, however, the Elantra could use some better body control, especially in the rear. Noise & vibration The Elantra is largely free of wind noise and vibration, even at elevated highway speeds. The tires, too, are quiet and keep unwanted ride harshness from the cabin. Interior The Elantra's interior is definitely a top selling point. It's well built, attractive and spacious. In addition, the controls are logically placed, and getting in and out is a breeze. Ease of use The Elantra's cabin is well laid out and easy to use. There's not much visual clutter, the buttons are all well marked, and the center screen is easy to read. The gauges are bright and simple as well, so they are easy to read at a glance. Getting in/getting out The door openings are sizable, so it's easy to get in and out of the Elantra for both front and rear seat passengers. Driving position With six-way-adjustable seating and a long-reaching telescoping steering column, the driving position can be tailored to suit a wide variety of people. It's easy to get comfortable behind the wheel with few adjustments. Roominess The compact Elantra makes good use of space and gives the driver and passengers plenty of room. Two passengers in the rear seat should find enough space and good visibility, but adding a third might cause some discomfort. Visibility The low hood and thin windshield pillars give you good forward visibility, and the side windows are big enough to easily check your blind spot. The slightly high trunk line is a bit tough to see over, but the rearview camera alleviates that problem when parking. Quality Fit and finish in the Elantra is on par with the class leaders. Material quality is generally good, even though you'll find some hard plastics here and there. Even the base cloth seats do not feel or look cheap, and the various buttons and knobs work smoothly. Utility A large trunk, plenty of small item storage in the cabin, and decent room in the back for child safety seats make the Elantra very utilitarian. Competitors, however, offer hatchback configurations that offer more space. Small-item storage There's no shortage of door storage, cupholders or other compartments in the Elantra. Just below the center console is a concealable compartment to plug in and hide your phone or sunglasses. Cargo space Access to the trunk is good, the liftover height is low and the 14.4 cubic feet of storage is near the top of its class. Split-and-folding rear seats give you added flexibility, though you won't be hauling anything too large because of the sedan body style. Child safety seat accommodation Good access to the rear seats, along with good rear seat legroom, makes for easy installation. -Source Edmunds

Options

Interior

AIR Filter AIR Conditioning
Automatic AIR Conditioning
Dual Zone AIR Conditioning
Ionizer AIR Conditioning
Center Armrests
Rear Armrests
Sliding Armrests
Storage Armrests
3 Assist Handle(S)
Digital Media Auxiliary Jack Audio
CD Audio - CD/MP3
MP3 Audio - CD/MP3
AM/FM Audio - Radio
HD Audio - Radio
6 Audio - Speakers
Door-Mounted Audio - Speakers
Tweeter(S) Audio - Speakers
USB Port Capabilities/Wiring
Cover Cargo Area
Digital Clock
Blue Link Telematics Communication
Bluetooth, Hands-Free Phone Communication
Center Consoles
Covered Consoles
Rear Consoles
Sliding Consoles
Storage Consoles
4 Cupholders
Programmed Defoggers
ECO Shift Indicator Displays
LCD Displays
LOW Battery Displays
LOW Fuel Indicator Displays
OIL Pressure Displays
Outside Temperature Displays
Touch Screen Displays
Illuminated Instrument Panels
Multi-Function Instrument Panels
Odometer Instrument Panels
Speedometer Instrument Panels
Tachometer Instrument Panels
Trip Computer Instrument Panels
Trip Odometer(S) Instrument Panels
Cargo Lights
Dome Lights
MAP Lights
Trunk Lights
Manual Dimming Mirrors
Rearview Mirrors
Touch Screen Navigation
Door Power Locks
12-Volt, 2 Power Outlet(S)
Trunk Remote Releases
6-WAY Adjuster, Power Seats - Driver
Lumbar Support, Power Seats - Driver
Buckets Seats - Front
Heated Seats - Front
60/40 Split-Folding Seats - Rear
Tilt/Telescoping Steering Column
Controls, Audio Steering Wheel
Controls, Cruise Steering Wheel
Controls, Phone Steering Wheel
Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel
Glovebox Storage
Pockets, Door Storage
Pockets, Seatback Storage
XM Satellite Radio, 3-Month Trial Subscriptions
Door Panels, Scuff Plates Trim
Doors, Leatherette Trim
Shift Knob, Leather-Wrapped Trim
Leather Upholstery
Dual Visors
Extendable Visors
Mirror, Illuminated Visors
Power Windows

Exterior

Fixed Antenna
[Object Object] Badging
Unibody Body Panels
Body-Color Bumpers
Chrome Door Handles
Solar Control Glass
Tint Glass
Chrome Grille
Unique Grille
Adaptive Headlights
Automatic Headlights
High Intensity Discharge (HID), Xenon Headlights
Insulation Hood
Body-Color Mirrors
Dual Mirrors
Foldaway, Power Mirrors
Heated Mirrors
IN-Glass Turn Signal Mirrors
Power Mirrors
Body Side, Chrome Molding
225/45r17 Tire Size
Temporary Tire Size - Spare
Alloy Wheel Material
17" Wheel Size
Multi Speed Wipers
Variable Intermittent Wipers

Safety

[Object Object] 3-Point Seat Belts IN ALL Positions
Advanced Airbag - Driver
Seat Mounted Airbag - Front Driver Side
Advanced Airbag - Front Passenger
Seat Mounted Airbag - Front Passenger Side
Occupant Classification System Airbag - Occupant Sensor
Side Curtain Airbags
Supplemental Restraint System Airbags
Locks, Rear Doors Child Safety Features
Latch Child Seat Anchors
[Object Object] Emergency Trunk Release
Steering Column Energy Absorbing Features
Front & Rear Energy Crumple Zones
Adjustable, ALL Positions Head Restraints
Proximity Keys
Driver Knee Bolsters
Approach Lights
Daytime Running Lights Lights
Cross Traffic Alert MFR Trademark
Blind Spot Assist Monitors
Lane Change Assist Monitors
Tire Pressure Monitors
Camera, Rearview Parking Features
Panic Button Remote Keyless Entry
Adjustable Shoulder, Front Safety Belt Systems
Force Limiters, Front Safety Belt Systems
Pretensioners, Front Safety Belt Systems
Alarm Security Systems
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) Traction Control
Vehicle Stability Management Traction Control

Mechanical

4-Wheel, Disc Brakes
Booster Brakes
Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD) Brakes
Electronic Park Brakes
Quick Brake Assist Brakes
4-Channel Brakes - ABS
4-Sensor Brakes - ABS
Vented Brakes - Front
Solid Brakes - Rear
Torque Lock-UP Converter
[Object Object] Cruise Control
Front Wheel Drive System
Ulev Emissions
Reinforcement Frame
Welded Steel Unibody Frame
Push-Button Start Ignition
Motor Driven Power Steering (Mdps) Steering
Power Rack & Pinion Steering

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