2017 Hyundai Elantra is one of many models is presented as one of those models that have something to offer to customers. It’s only been a few months since the refreshed Hyundai Elantra appeared in sales, a Korean car manufacturer has already introduced a successor. Many will this model of delight at first sight and then left us to help clarify what is hidden under the hood and what the quality is concerned.
2017 Hyundai Elantra Design
The sixth generation brings a completely new design, powerful engines and modern security measures in the class. Like most new cars, the Elantra received the dimensions to the point that now belongs to the so-called middle class instead of the current compact, and will thus Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla to be the main rivals. Equally large changes have been made and the issue safety measures, so the chassis is now made of the strongest steel and Hyundai expects its representative to get maximum marks in crash tests.
On the design side, 2017 Hyundai Elantra characterized many lines that have previously been seen in a larger Sonata. They are very appealing and elegant, but maintained school of design companies that decorated in the past.
As for the mechanics, the Korean giant has decided to retire both engines of the past (1.8L with 145 hp and the 2.0L with 173 hp) and replace them with the new 2.0L engine. It develops 147 hp and 179 Nm of torque in the SE and Limited models with a choice of manual or automatic transmission with six gears. Hyundai promises a consumption of 8.1 liters per 100 kilometers in the city with two liters less consumption on the highway. New Eco model delivers 1.4L turbo engine with 128 hp and 212 Nm of torque with also a new seven-speed automatic transmission, and he should cut spending by about a liter.
Price and Release Date
In the beginning Sport model will not be available, but you should go back 2,018 years to around 200 hp. In the end, we will mention the interior, which is still a simple design, but very spacious and high quality. At the time of writing this story, Hyundai has not announced prices, and mention that the starting price in 2015 is $18,100, so it should not be changed significantly.
With improved mechanics and a new design, 2017 Hyundai Elantra will continue to be one of the favorites in the class. Presented at this year’s Motor Show in Los Angeles, the new 2017 Elantra will go on sale a year in the domestic and Korean market, while Hatch GT continue without changes in the coming years.