Hyundai Elantra Specials

Hyundai Elantra: Convenient, Comfortable, Efficient

In a class as wide as the compact car market, it can be hard to filter through your options to find what you truly want. A solid compact car should offer a practical ride and responsible fuel efficiency. The small frame should also be complemented by a modest price tag, but that doesn’t mean that it should skimp on features. Hyundai understands that a compact can do all of this and more, so they present the as a convenient commuter car with ample cabin space and a broad range of tech options.

Available in both sedan and hatchback body styles, the Elantra blends streamlined styling with up-to-date infotainment technology to make every drive exciting. The interior remains calm and comfortable regardless of what the road ahead has to offer, and its disciplined gas mileage reinforces its undeniable value.

If you would like to try out the Elantra for yourself, you can find it here at in Decatur. We would be happy to show you this versatile car from bumper to bumper, and we’ll also hand you the keys to take it for a test drive.

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What’s New in the 2020 Hyundai Elantra?

For 2020, the Elantra sedan’s powertrain now comes standard with a continuously variable automatic transmission, which replaces a six-speed manual. The updated Elantra now exhibits more efficient fuel economy, promising more miles between stops for gas. Hyundai has also added more standard features like a driver attention monitor, dual-zone automatic climate control, and forward collision warning.

The Elantra can seat up to five people in both the sedan and hatchback builds, with ample headspace and legroom for everyone. Adults will have plenty of elbowroom in both rows, and younger passengers can be secured in the back with two full sets of LATCH car seat connections. Quality materials line the cabin, and you can swap out the standard cloth upholstery with leather. Other available cabin upgrades include heated front seats and a power-adjustable driver’s seat.

Whether you opt for the standard display screen or one of the optional touchscreens, the Elantra’s infotainment interface is easy to use. Available infotainment features include navigation, a Blue Link telematics system, HD Radio, Infinity premium sound, Clari-Fi music restoration, wireless device charging, and smartphone connectivity for both Apple and Android devices. Available safety systems include pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, and adaptive cruise control. A driver attention monitor comes standard.

Despite its compact designation, the Elantra also offers a surprising amount of storage space, with 14.4 cubic feet available in the sedan’s trunk. The hatchback version has 24.9 cubic feet for cargo behind its back seats, and the back row can also fold down to open up 55.1 cubic feet.

The Elantra promises a smooth, enjoyable ride even on bumpy pavement and winding roads. Hyundai offers several engine choices determined by the trim you choose. The base Elantra comes with a 147-horsepower 4-cylinder with a newly-standard continuously variable automatic transmission. The GT hatchback also runs on this engine, but delivers 161 horsepower with a six-speed automatic. The Eco trim features a 128-horsepower turbocharged 4-cylinder with a seven-speed automatic, offering the highest fuel efficiency in the Elantra’s lineup. If you prefer more agility, the Sport and N-Line trims come with a 201-horsepower 4-cylinder and a seven-speed automatic. With any trim, you can expect economical gas mileage.

History of the Hyundai Elantra

Hyundai introduced the Elantra to U.S. drivers in 1992, and the compact car quickly earned fans thanks to its appealing price and efficiency. Six years later, the manufacturer made the car available in both four-door sedan and wagon variations, with a 120-horsepower engine under the hood.

The Elantra was completely redesigned in 2001, sporting a more modern exterior, expanded list of technology features, and a new, more capable powertrain. For this generation, the wagon body style bowed out to make room for a new hatchback.

Another redesign followed in 2007, opening up more cabin space and equipping the Elantra with more contemporary amenities. this generation balanced lasting comfort with budget-friendly value, and it bolster its appeal with a host of safety features. 

The Elantra entered its sixth generation in 2017 with a sophisticated interior, contemporary tech like smartphone connectivity, vigilant safety tools like blind post monitoring, and new, more efficient engine options. With each new model, the Elantra remains a go-to choice for drivers looking to maximize value for their money.

We Have the Elantra at Bob Brady Hyundai

Whether you want to hit the open road in a fuel-efficient car or cruise through Decatur in lasting comfort, the Elantra is ready for you here at our dealership. take a look at to find the model, trim, and features you want, then come visit us to see it up close. You’re sure to find exactly what you need on our lot, and you can also count on our to set up a hassle-free payment plan.

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