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Key Specs of Hyundai Elantra
|Mileage (upto)||14.62 kmpl|
|Engine (upto)||1999 cc|
Elantra Latest Update
Latest Update: Hyundai will be launching the Elantra diesel soon. Read more about it here.
Hyundai Elantra Variants: The new Elantra is available in two trim levels: SX and SX(O).
Hyundai Elantra Engine: Hyundai is offering the new Elantra with a BS6-compliant 2.0-litre petrol engine that produces 152PS of power and 192Nm of torque. It is mated to a 6-speed manual and also gets a 6-speed automatic option. The carmaker will soon introduce the Creta’s 1.5-litre diesel engine (115PS/250Nm) in the Elantra. It will be mated to either a 6-speed MT or a 6-speed AT.
Hyundai Elantra Features: The Elantra comes equipped with premium features like front ventilated seats, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, dual-zone auto AC, and a sunroof as well. It also gets Hyundai BlueLink connected car technology, same as the Venue.
Hyundai Elantra Safety: It now gets six airbags as standard along with ISOFIX child seat anchorage, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, and front seatbelt reminders. It also comes with front parking sensors and a rear parking camera.
Hyundai Elantra 2021: Hyundai has unveiled the next-gen Elantra and is expected to launch it in India by 2021.
Hyundai Elantra price list (Variants)
|VTVT S1999 cc, Manual, Petrol, 14.59 kmpl||Rs.15.89 Lakh*|
|VTVT SX1999 cc, Manual, Petrol, 14.59 kmpl|
|VTVT SX AT1999 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 14.62 kmpl||Rs.19.49 Lakh*|
|VTVT SX Option AT1999 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 14.62 kmpl||Rs.20.39 Lakh*|
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Hyundai Elantra Review
The 2012 Elantra is arguably the most beautiful Hyundai, if not of all executive sedans, to grace Indian roads. Its evolution in 2016, and now in 2019 have been more controversial. The new design uses sharp lines to form triangles in the headlamps and turn indicators at the front. Just the front.
However it might look, the details in the design are still painstaking. The quad LED projector headlamps are neatly aligned below an angular streak of LED DRLs which extend all the way into the grille. These look particularly good at night, especially in a parking lot.
Move to the side, and the Elantra shows class. Itis 50mm longer than before. And for a mere facelift, that’s quite a bit. Given that the other dimensions have remained the same, the Elantra looks more elegant. The smooth tuck of the bonnet and the swooping roofline gives it a well rounded stance. The 16-inch wheels are new as well but we would have better appreciated a dual-tone design because…
The new rear bumper features a gloss black finish for the registration plate, which extends all the way to the reflectors. Similar elements in the wheel would have given it even more attitude. The attention to details continues in the taillamps, with sharp LED elements forming an intricate design. The rest, however, is quite plain and classy, apart from that camera placement that sticks out like a sore thumb. Overall, the front of the Elantra might divide opinions but the rest of the car is easy on the eyes.
Like the front and rear of the car, there is a divide between the exterior and the interior of the Elantra as well. Stepping in it immediately takes you 10 years back to an era when luxury cars packed charm and class, not just screens and gadgets. This doesn’t mean you are deprived of the latter but rather that they are well blended. The dashboard layout is pretty old-school with a black top and a beige bottom, a change from the all-black dashboard of the pre-facelift car. The car doesn’t shy away from quality materials as well, with the black plastic offering a soft touch and well finished silver accents on the vents and dashboard. However, the bottom half leaves a bit to be desired in terms of premiumness.
The steering wheel is new as well and looks quite handsome with tactile controls. The new MID packs a colour display and offers a plethora of easy to digest information. My favourite is the parking sensor display whose output is synced with the speakers. When the front left sensor fires up, the output is via the front left speaker alone. Neat! It also has a cool display for the SMART drive mode that lets you know which mode you are currently driving in. The screen also has a display for the tyre pressure monitoring system, a new addition in the 2019 facelift.
The seating is relatively low, like a sedan should be. But you always have the option to increase the height of the seat by the push, or rather pull of a button. The driver gets a 10-way adjustment including lumbar as well. The passenger, however, gets no such option. The seats are dressed in perforated leather to allow the ventilated seats to work, a godsend in the Indian summer. Also, you now get a wireless phone charger which can hold the biggest of phablets you can throw at it, dual-zone climate control, a 12V socket along with a USB charger, sunroof and a pleasing Infinity sound system. The touchscreen too is very Hyundai-like, in a good way, and offers connected car tech as well.
But, there are a few missing features which hold back the overall charming experience of the cabin -- like a manual day/night IRVM, manual toggled for the boot and fuel cap, and no one-touch windows for the passengers. Silly misses.
Passengers at the back will appreciate the Elantra for its focus on the things which matter. The seats offer good cushioning and the backrest angle makes for a relaxed rear seat drive. Under-thigh support is plenty and you can happily spend long hours in this seat. Seating three abreast is relatively comfortable as well. Its shortcoming lies in the limited headroom for taller passengers and the lack of rear-seat features. You only get rear AC vents and armrest with cupholders. No charging ports, no reading lights, no one-touch windows, nothing.
420 litres is ample space for the biggest of your airport bags. In our test, the Elantra managed to engulf all three of our suitcases plus two carry bags, with still space for more. Check!
The Elantra’s 2.0-litre petrol engine has been a delight to drive in the past. This time though, lab coats have fiddled with the setup to make it BS6-compliant. Naturally, the question arises: has the experience or performance been downgraded?
The answer is a loud and resounding no. In fact, in our test numbers, the 2019 Elantra is faster than the 2016 Elantra by a very short margin. Not just that, it has proven to be more frugal as well. The engine takes on city duties with enthusiasm as there is loads of torque in the mid range. Go past 2000rpm and the engine comes alive. Not in a stain-your-pants way, but rather in a linear and controlled fashion. There is always enough power to fight for gaps or quick overtakes in the city.
The drive modes further help your driving mannerisms by changing the throttle response, steering weight and the way the gearbox behaves. While Eco, Normal and Smart offer a pleasant drive, even while going a little hard on the paddle, Sport feels too jerky and enthusiastic between bumpers. Drive sensibly and you too can manage 11.17kmpl in the city.
The transmission offers quick and smooth gear changes, even when you are a little heavy on the gas paddle. It shoots from 0-100kmph in 10.66s, which is impressive. Kickdown from 20-80kmph too takes just 6.21s. Both these numbers are better than the Civic and Corolla Altis, but nowhere close to the Octavia.
Get on a highway and the Elantra comes into its element. The engine rests at just 2200rpm at 100kmph in the 6th cog and offers a relaxed, sound-free drive. This is the reason it could deliver an impressive 16.28kmpl. There is plenty of juice left to go beyond 100kmph as well and the Elantra can manage much higher speeds all day with ease.
A big boost to the 2019 Elantra’s lineup has been the safety kit. 6 airbags are now offered as standard. You also get ABS with EBD, front and rear parking sensors, Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Vehicle Stability Management (VSM) and ISOFIX child seat mounts. The India-specific car is yet to be tested by the NCAP for a crash test score.
Pros & Cons of Hyundai Elantra
Things We Like
- Wonderfully balanced ride quality. Super comfortable in the city.
- Engine-transmission combination is well tuned. Offers a smooth, hassle free drive on all fronts.
- Convenience features like ventilated seats and wireless charger are a must have in today’s conditions.
Things We Don't Like
- Looks are polarizing. Use of triangles on an otherwise curvy design feels a mismatch.
- The exteriors have been modernised but the interiors still feel old-school.
- Missing features like an auto day/night IRVM, electronic boot and fuel cap release and one-touch power windows for the passengers takes back from the premium experience
Stand Out Features
Wireless charger is fast and convenient.
Ventilated seats are a godsend in summers.
BlueLink connected tech offers peace of mind.
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- Phantom Black
- Marine Blue
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I m using this car from last five years and feeling much comfortable, I use my car daily and enjoying driving such smooth driving and feel reach when u sitting on the driving seat.
There is huge different bw verna and elantra, it is 100 times comfortable, interior osum, backlights and rear view ultimate, wider, great mileage, audio controls on rear arm rest, luxury features. I was planning for the Verna but increased my budget after riding Elantra, 10/10 for comfort, design, wider look.
Hyundai Elantra Price in India
|Mumbai||Rs. 15.89 - 20.39 Lakh|
|Chennai||Rs. 15.89 - 20.39 Lakh|
|Hyderabad||Rs. 15.89 - 20.39 Lakh|
|Pune||Rs. 15.89 - 20.39 Lakh|
|Kolkata||Rs. 15.89 - 20.39 Lakh|
|Kochi||Rs. 16.03 - 20.56 Lakh|
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