2011 review Hyundai Elantra

2011 review Hyundai Elantra

2011 review Hyundai Elantra
This is the U.S.A specify of Hyundai Elantra which debuted at the Los Angeles motor car show this month. Unlike the KDM Avante, the American variant is powered by a Nu, 4-cylinder 1.8 litre petrol engine, replacing the 2.0 litre Beta.
The 1.8 kicks out 148bhp and produces 186Nm (138ft-lbs) of torque. The engine is mated to either a 6 speed manual or 6 speed automatic and returns 40mpg on the motorway. In the city, 29mpg is achievable. In some states, the Elantra will have 145bhp and 176Nm (130 lb-ft) of torque, earning the classified PZEVs (Partial Zero Emission Vehicles) badge.

The Alabama-built Elantra will hit dealerships before the end of 2010, with a sticker price of $14,830 (before a $730 delivery fee).
Standard equipment on the entry-level GLS includes electronic stability control w/traction control, 15” steel/16” alloy wheels, electrically adjustable/heated door mirrors w/indicator lights integrated into the door mirrors, remote central locking, air-conditioning, 6 speaker audio system w/USB/AUX and iPod input, x4 electric windows, active front headrests, tyre pressure monitoring system, 60/40 split rear seats, and x6 airbags.
Limited models will have 17” alloy wheels, electric panoramic glass sunroof, chrome exterior door handles, front fog lamps, climate control, leather steering wheel w/audio controls, cruise control, Bluetooth, keyless entry & start and leather interior w/heated front and rear seats as standard. Optionally, a 7” touch-screen satellite navigation system w/360w sound system, auto-dimming rear-view mirror w/HomeLink, and metallic paint will be offered.


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