Hyundai Elantra PriceList
Hyundai Elantra Specifications
Dimension & Weights
|Overall Length||4550 mm|
|Overall Width||1775 mm|
|Overall Height||1470 mm|
|Ground Clearance||167 mm|
|Torque||181 Nm @ 4,700 rpm|
|Power||149.5 PS @ 6,500 rpm|
|No of Cylinders||4|
Hyundai Elantra Features
|Hyundai Elantra||S||SX||SX AT||CRDi Base||CRDi S||CRDi SX||CRDi SX AT|
Hyundai Elantra Colors
- Polar White
- Sleek Silver
- Midas Gold
- Phantom Black
- Red Passion
- Mystic Blue
Expert Test Review
On the inside, the Elantra feels and look every bit as premium as it is on the outside. The cabin is finished in sporty black theme and comes with leather seats, metallic scuff plates, sporty aluminium pedals, console box with arm rest and rear AC vents. The cabin in itself is very spacious and luxurious while the fit and finish, material quality is top-notch.
Creature comfort on the Elantra includes a multimedia system that features a 4.3-inch colour TFT LCD display and steering mounted control for Bluetooth connectivity audio controls. The TFT screenalso provides assist during parking using a rear camera.
Among other class-leading features, there are auto headlamps, push button start, electric heated and foldable ORVMs, auto cruise-control, 10-way power seats with lumbar support etc.
The boot capacity of Elantra is 420 litres which is quite high as compared to any sedan of its class.
The speedometer of the Elantra looks futuristic and trendy with a tachometer.
The gear lever is well within the reach of the driver on the Elantra.
There are cup holders in the Elantra.
The Hyundai Elantra looks the part it has to be said. Itsdesign lines, along with muscular wheel arches and a sleek roofline, impart a sporty as well as a premium look to the Elantra. Some of the key highlights in its design include Hyundai's signature hexagonal front grille, detailed swept-back headlights, projector lamps with LED guide lights, boomerang shaped fog-lamps, diamond-cut alloy wheels, chrome-treatment on door handles and window belt-line, dual-tone rear bumper design, LED effect tail lamps and chrome tipped exhaust pipes.
While there's too much chrome and bling on the outside, which may not be to everyone's liking, the Elantra clearly stands out from the crowd in terms of design and styling. It is, however, in no way understated as some of the European cars. It's an aggressive and very bold design!
The Hyundai Verna exhibits 'fluidic' design language with elongated swept-back headlamps, projector lamps with LED guide lights, hexagonal grille with chrome inserts and an extra-wide front bumper.
The rear-end of the Elantra sports LED effect tail-lamps, dual-tone bumper design and chrome-tipped exhaust.
The side-profile of the Elantra is sporty and coupe-like. The elegant looks of the Elantra are accentuated by adding chrome door handles and 16-inch alloy wheels.
The Elantra has a ground clearance of 167mm.
The Hyundai Elantra comes with two engine options. There is a 1.8-litre petrol and a1.6-litre CRDI.Both the engines come with 6-speed manual and automatic transmission.
While the petrol motor is sprightly in the Elantra, it's the diesel which is more fun to drive with oodles of torque on offer. It does have a fair bit of turbo-lag, but once you are on the move, the performance from the engine is simply excellent. The powerband is wide, and it does not force you into downshifting even while the speed drops significantly. The driveability of the engine is superb!
Although smooth most of the times, the automatic transmission on both petrol and diesel variants feels a little bit sluggish when you thrash it. The manual on the other hand is slick and precise with short and accurate throws.
Engine & Performance Details
The acceleration on the Elantra is impressive, especially the diesel version. It has oodles of torque.
The Hyundai Elantra feels composed at speeds of over 150kmh. The petrol version has a top speed of 195kmh while the diesel tops out at 190kmh.
The in-gear acceleration of the Elantra is good. The diesel has a fair bit of turbo-lag while the automatic gearbox does not feel quick enough during instantaneous throttle inputs.
The manual gearbox is slick while the automatic transmission offers seamless and smooth gearshifts.
Hyundai cars are easy on the pocket, it's a known-fact. The maintenance is either comparable or lower than its closest rivals.
In terms of fuel efficiency, the diesel motor returns an impressive 22.7 km/l(manual) and 19.11 km/l (automatic). The petrol engine has a mileage of 16.3 km/l and 14.34 km/l (automatic). All the fuel economy figures are ARAI certified.
Mileage View full detail
|Hyundai Elantra S||16.3 kmpl|
|Hyundai Elantra SX||16.3 kmpl|
|Hyundai Elantra SX AT||14.34 kmpl|
|Hyundai Elantra CRDi Base||22.7 kmpl|
|Hyundai Elantra CRDi S||22.7 kmpl|
|Hyundai Elantra CRDi SX||22.7 kmpl|
|Hyundai Elantra CRDi SX AT||19.11 kmpl|
City fuel economy
The city economy for petrol models is around 11 kml, while diesel returns in excess of 16kml.
Highway fuel economy
The highway economy for petrol and diesel manual versions is around 13kml and 18kml, respectively. The automatic versions will return slightly less than that.
ARAI rated economy
The Elantra 1.8 petrol has an ARAI certified fuel economy of 16.3 kml for manual version and 14.34 kml for automatic version. The 1.6-litre diesel has an ARAI certified fuel economy of 22.7 kml for manual and 19.11 for automatic variants.
The Hyundai Elantra has 55-litres fuel tank capacity, which will make up for a decent range.
First things first. Handling is not Elantra's forte. It's suspension is on the softer side, meaning it istuned for a comfortable ride over enthusisatic cornering antics. It tends to wallow on speeds over 130km/h, but that said, it is not feel completely disconnected. The steering, although it lacks feel, is direct. The handling is also predictable. Disc brakes on all four wheel means it's braking is excellent.
Handling Braking & Safety Details
The suspension on the Elantra is tuned for comfort. Despite that, the handling and composure of the Elantra is balanced. It isn't a corner-carving machine, but it does handle sufficiently well.
With disc brakes on all four wheels, the Elantra has exceptional braking performance. Coupled with electronic systems like ABS and EBD, the Elantra offers sturdy and confidence-inspiring braking.
The Elantra comes equipped with ABS and EBD; front and side-curtain airbags, hill assist, impact sensing auto door unlock feature and automatic headlamps.
The Elantra comes equipped with ABS as standard
The Elantra does not have traction control system.
Hyundai is knownfor making some of the most comfortable cars. The same is refelected in the Elantra as well. At the front, the Elantra comes fitted with Macpherson Strut type with coil spring suspension setup while at the rear there’s a coupled torsion beam axle setup doing the job. In conjunction, both the setups work brilliantly as they soak up bumps and undulations on the road. Couple this with a light steering, and the Elantra is a breeze to drive!
Comfort & Suspension Details
The suspension on the Elantra is softly-sprung, meaning it offers a supple and comfortable ride. The insulation inside the cabin is impressive and the NVH levels are well contained.
The Elantra features MacPherson Strut bars with coil springs suspension setup at the front.
The Elantra has coupled torsion-beam axle type suspension for rear wheels.
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