No. On hilly roads the terrain is not as you would expect. You may find a bumpy ride which causes a problem with the suspensions leading to touching the bottom of the car as 160 is too low for a hill ride. The optimum is 175+
nhbjnj on Wednesday, January 16, 2013 7:58:37 AM
The Hyundai Elantra has a ground clearance of 160mm which is good enough to glide over bad Indian roads and speed breakers, the ground clearance is good enough for hilly roads too.
Indeed the Hyundai Elantra is a good choice but its facelift is expected this year. It will be a comprehensive facelift inside-out. Moreover, other good option in the segment are the new Corolla Altis and facelifted VW Jetta in the Elantra's price band.