Friday, October 1, 2010
hyundai elantra Reviews
The 2010 Hyundai Elantra, reviewers give high marks to the 2010 Hyundai Elantra. Additionally, it offers good cargo capacity for a small sedan and has a rear seat that is actually comfortable -- a quality that is exceptionally rare among affordable small cars. The attractive base price can increase very quickly as you begin to add features. BaseHyundai Elantra do offer some features as standard, such as power windows/doors and remote keyless entry. The Forte also offers more standard safety features than the Elantra and has a starting price of around $500 less.
Still, if you can afford the extra cost, the Elantra is an excellent choice. The 2010 Hyundai Elantra comes in three trims – the new base Blue trim (with better fuel economy), the upgraded GLS and the top-of-the line SE. Hyundai also offers a wagon model called the Hyundai Elantra Touring, which is reviewed separately.
Since then, though, the Hyundai Elantra has dramatically improved, offering better reliability, agreeable performance and a long list of standard features. Current Hyundai Elantra
The Hyundai Elantra is a small sedan, although there is a related four-door hatchback known as the Elantra Touring. The sedan is available in Blue, GLS and SE trim levels. If you're purchasing your Elantra in California or a state with California emissions standards, you'll get a car that's SULEV/PZEV-certified, with a 132-hp rating.
In editorial reviews, the Hyundai Elantra scored points for its brisk acceleration and stable ride quality. Used Hyundai Elantra Models
The current Hyundai Elantra is representative of the car's fourth generation which made its debut for model-year 2007. This latest Elantra has maintained all the strengths of the previous-generation model, including a low price, capable performance and a spacious cabin. Three trims were initially available: GLS, SE and Limited. An Elantra hatchback, the Hyundai Elantra GT, was also offered starting in '02 and came with additional standard features, including leather seats and a CD player. The Hyundai Elantra engine was upgraded yet again in model year 1999, to a larger 2.0-liter. Overall, the second-gen Elantra represented a decent buy in the economy car segment. The first-generation Elantra was produced from model years 1992-'95; during this period, Hyundai's hauler was available as a sedan only. Sadly, the car's build quality and reliability reflected its bargain-basement price.