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Hyundai Elantra

Rs 12.99 - Rs 19.19 Lakh
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Performance
Engine 1582 cc
Mileage 18.23 kmpl
 
Safety
Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
Driver Airbag Yes
 
Engine
Turbo Charger Yes
 
Entertainment
USB & Aux Yes
Integrated 2DIN Audio Yes
 
EMI
Duration 60 months
EMI Rs 25,128 /mo.
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Recent Updates of Hyundai Elantra

Hyundai Elantra is one of the best cars in the D segment in India. Hyundai has been working on the latest iteration of the Elantra and we expect it to come to India sometime in the middle of the next year. Hyundai Elantra faced some tough competition in the Indian car market but has managed to hold its own against its rivals. The new version improves upon the current sedan and brings new features as well.

Price List of Hyundai Elantra

Variant (Ex-Showroom Price)  
Diesel Variant(s)
1.6 S
1582 cc, 126.2 bhp, 22.54 kmpl Diesel
Rs 14.79 Lakh*
1.6 SX
1582 cc, 126.2 bhp, 22.54 kmpl Diesel
Rs 16.39 Lakh*
1.6 SX Option
1582 cc, 126.2 bhp, 22.54 kmpl Diesel
Rs 17.69 Lakh*
1.6 SX Option AT
1582 cc, 126.2 bhp, 18.23 kmpl Diesel
Rs 19.19 Lakh*
Petrol Variant(s)
2.0 S
1999 cc, 150 bhp, 14.59 kmpl Petrol
Rs 12.99 Lakh*
2.0 SX
1999 cc, 150 bhp, 14.59 kmpl Petrol
Rs 14.79 Lakh*
2.0 SX AT
1999 cc, 150 bhp, 14.62 kmpl Petrol
Rs 15.89 Lakh*
2.0 SX Option
1999 cc, 150 bhp, 14.59 kmpl Petrol
Rs 16.59 Lakh*
2.0 SX Option AT
1999 cc, 150 bhp, 14.62 kmpl Petrol
Rs 17.99 Lakh*

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    RATAN SINGH Apr 12, 2013

    Hyundai new Elantra is brilliant D segment offering which has already become the leader, selling more units than the Altis or the Cruze. The design is something appeals to the public and moreover, the engine and transmission options are plenty. However, the car lacks a solid feel at high speeds and with four passengers, ground clearance is very poor! But Read More

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    RAVI SHANKAR Feb 13, 2015

    Great Car at this price range. you have lots of features in this car - 16'' silica Tyre, key-less entry, very spacious, design & looks, seat ventilation, rear seat audio control, dual automatic AC, power and what not... no other car gives you these features. Driving at high speed is certainly better in Octavia etc, but if you see value Read More

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    Vishal Sep 29, 2013

    Elantra is a cool car & the aerodynamic looks really take its class from other. Drive is very smooth. Dual AC, Seats with AC are really amazing considering India's weather. Rear seats are very comfortable too. All necessary features on the steering wheel makes the drive more convenient. Read More

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Videos of Hyundai Elantra

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Colors of Hyundai Elantra

  • Mariana Blue

  • Marine Blue

  • Phantom Black

  • Polar White

  • Red Passion

  • Sleek Silver

Mileage of Hyundai Elantra

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel 19.5 kmpl 22.54 kmpl
Petrol 10.9 kmpl 14.62 kmpl

Review of Hyundai Elantra

The Elantra follows Hyundai’s Fluidic design language and is one of the best looking of all the cars in the company’s model line up here. Design wise, the front fascia sports stunning looking swept-back headlights coupled with projector bulbs and LED guide lights. Other bits like Hyundai’s signature hexagonal front grille, boomerang shaped fog lamps and chrome garnish impart an aggressive as well as a handsome character to the Elantra. The side-profile features yet more chrome and tastefully designed alloy wheels. At the back, there are LED effect tail-lamps and chrome-tipped exhaust and dual-tone bumper design. 

Inside, the premium feel of the Elantra continues. The interiors are very well equipped and feature hi-tech futuristic gadgets.The curvy centre-console looks funky and the buttons are neatly laid out. The steering wheel feels chunky to hold while features like push button start, power sunroof, one touch windows, leather seating, Bluetooth/USB/auxiliary inputs and a rear-view camera give it an even more upmarket feel. The Elantra is very possibly the best-equipped car in its segment! 

The Elantra comes with two engine options- a 1.8 petrol and a 1.6 diesel. The 1.8-litre petrol makes a silky smooth motor that impresses a lot. But the diesel is the one that will bring volumes for Hyundai. It is the same 1.6-litre potent CRDi engine as seen on the Verna. It has oodles of torque on offer, which is delivered in a brisk way! There’s a bit of turbo lag under 1,800rpm but once past that, the speedo needle just keeps on surging! 

In terms of ride and handling, the suspension set-up of McPherson strut at front and coupled torsion-beam rear axle offers excellent ride and comfort over bad roads. The high-speed stability is decent too, but don’t mistake it for an enthusiast’s car. Handling wise, the Elantra is no corner carver, but again, it’s not meant to be one! The steering is light and direct, and makes driving an easy affair, especially during intra-city runs. 

All the variants are well loaded with features like CD/MP3 player, USB, Bluetooth, touch screen, auto climate control. rear view camera. The Elantra is a well equipped sedan and it goes without saying, it offers brilliant value for money. 

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety

Interior

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 screen also 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. 

Interiors Details

  • Boot Space

    The boot capacity of Elantra is 420 litres which is quite high as compared to any sedan of its class.

  • Speedometer

    The speedometer of the Elantra looks futuristic and trendy with a tachometer.

  • Gear Lever

    The gear lever is well within the reach of the driver on the Elantra.

  • Cup Holders

    There are cup holders in the Elantra.

  • Glovebox

    The glovebox is fitted in the dashboard and is quite spacious.

  • Audio System

    The Hyundai Elantra comes with a terrific sound system (MP3/CD player) with AUX-in, iPod and USB audio interface along with 4.3-inch TFT display. The speakers are evenly spread in the car, so that every passenger gets the feel of music equally. The steering has audio controls mounted on it, which makes it easy for the driver to handle the music system.

  • Air Conditioner

    The air conditioner is fitted with an automatic climate control and spreads the air inside the car in an supremely effective manner.

  • Arm Rests

    There arm rests for both front and rear seat occupants in the Elantra

  • Air Vents

    There are air vents in the front dashboard as well as the rear.

  • Seats

    Hyundai Elantra has sport sophisticated and subtle leather upholstered seats.

  • Leg Room

    Elantra has sufficient leg room at the rear. In case the front passenger seat is folded and moved further ahead, it offers acres of leg room at the rear.

  • Knee Room

    Elantra has ample knee room at the rear of the car.

  • Shoulder Space

    Elantra has generous amount of shoulder room. Three passengers can sit at the back quite comfortably.

  • Head Room

    Elantra has quite a lot of head room at the rear of the car though it is a low slung sedan but still it has quite enough head room.

  • Steering Wheel

    The Elantra's steering wheel features steering mounted audio and Bluetooth controls. Cruise control buttons are also provided on the steering wheel itself for the convenience of the driver. Steering wheel is a little smaller in diameter, but it improves the sense of space in the front.

  • Power Windows

    Hyundai Elantra has power windows at both front and rear.

  • Keyless Entry

    Elantra has keyless entry option in all of its variants.

  • Driver Information Display

    Elantra driver information display has regular warning lamps along with much other information about the car which assist and informs the driver regarding fuel efficiency, distance-to-empty etc.

  • What we like

    Premium cabin brimmed with hi-tech gadgets and features!

  • What we dislike

    Not as spacious as some of the rivals!

Exterior

The Hyundai Elantra looks the part it has to be said. Its design 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!

Exteriors

  • Front 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.

  • Rear Design

    The rear-end of the Elantra sports LED effect tail-lamps, dual-tone bumper design and chrome-tipped exhaust.

  • Side Profile

    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.

  • Ground Clearance

    The Elantra has a ground clearance of 167mm.

  • Bumpers

    The front bumper of the Elantra is extra-wide, and imparts an aggressive look to the car. The rear bumper is also designed and sculpted for wider, sporty stance.

  • Head Lamps

    The swept-back twin-barrel multi-focus headlamps with projectors and LED guide lights on the Elantra provide adequate illumination while giving the car an aggressive appearance.

  • Tail Lamps

    The tail-lamps on the Elantra get LED effect, which is a nice-touch.

  • Fog Lamps

    The boomerang fog lamps look good and gel with overall sporty design of the car.

  • Tyres

    The Hyundai Elantra runs on 205/60 R16 tubeless tyres.

  • Alloy Wheels

    The Hyundai Elantra comes with 10-spoke 16-inch alloy wheels.

  • Outside Mirrors

    The Elantra's outside mirrors house LED turn indicators. The outside mirrors are electronically-adjustable, heated and electrically foldable.

  • Colors

    The Elantra is available in 6 exterior shades.

  • Rear Wiper

    The Hyundai Elantra does not have rear wiper

  • Roof Rails

    The Hyundai Elantra does not have roof rails

  • Sun Roof

    The Hyundai Elantra does not have sunroof.

  • Spoiler

    The Hyundai Elantra does not have a rear spoiler because it's no sportscar!

  • Side Steps

    The Hyundai Elantra does not have side steps

  • Spare Wheel

    The Hyundai Elantra comes with a full-sized spare wheel.

  • What we like

    Bold, aggressive and premium design!

  • What we dislike

    Too much chrome on the outside. Looks similar to other Hyundai Fludic designs such as the Verna and Sonata. 

Mileage Running Cost

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 Running Cost

  • City Fuel Economy

    The city economy for petrol models is around 11 km/l, while diesel returns in excess of 16km/l.

  • Highway Fuel Economy

    The highway economy for petrol and diesel manual versions is around 13km/l and 18km/l, 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 km/l for manual version and 14.34 km/l for automatic version. The 1.6-litre diesel has an ARAI certified fuel economy of 22.7 km/l for manual and 19.11 for automatic variants.

  • Tank Range

    The Hyundai Elantra has 55-litres fuel tank capacity, which will make up for a decent range.

  • What we like

    Fuel-efficient diesel and petrol engines

Comfort Suspension

Hyundai is known for 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 and Suspension

  • Comfort

    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.

  • Front Suspension

    The Elantra features MacPherson Strut bars with coil springs suspension setup at the front.

  • Rear Suspension

    The Elantra has coupled torsion-beam axle type suspension for rear wheels.

  • What we like

    Superb, comfortable and cossetting ride quality

  • What we dislike

    Too softly sprung suspension; low-speed ride could have been better

Engine Performance

The Hyundai Elantra comes with two engine options. There is a 1.8-litre petrol and a 1.6-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

  • Acceleration

    The acceleration on the Elantra is impressive, especially the diesel version. It has oodles of torque.

  • Top Speed

    The Hyundai Elantra feels composed at speeds of over 150km/h. The petrol version has a top speed of 195km/h while the diesel tops out at 190km/h.

  • In Gear Acceleration

    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.

  • Gearbox

    The manual gearbox is slick while the automatic transmission offers seamless and smooth gearshifts.

  • Power

    The 1.8-litre petrol engine on the Elantra develops 149.5PS @ 6,500 rpm. The diesel version comes powered by a 1.6-litre engine producing 128PS @ 4,000 rpm.

  • Torque

    The petrol motor produces 181Nm @ 4,700 rpm The diesel mill develops 265Nm of torque between 1,900 - 2,750 rpm.

  • NVH Levels

    The NVH levels are well-contained, and there's hardly any engine vibration, tyre noise etc filtering into the cabin of the Elantra

  • What we like

    Impressive driveability, especially of the diesel; seamless and smooth automatic transmission. 

  • What we dislike

    Turbo-lag is pronounced in diesel motor; automatic transmission feels sluggish at instantaneous throttle inputs.

Braking Safety

First things first. Handling is not Elantra's forte. It's suspension is on the softer side, meaning it is tuned 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. 

Safety net on the car includes multiple airbags, vehicle stability management, ESP,  ABS with EBD, hill assist control etc.

Brakes and Wheels

  • Handling

    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.

  • Braking Performance

    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.

  • Safety Features

    The Elantra comes equipped with ABS and EBD; front and side-curtain airbags, hill assist, impact sensing auto door unlock feature and automatic headlamps.

  • Abs

    The Elantra comes equipped with ABS as standard

  • Traction Control

    The Elantra does not have traction control system.

  • What we like

    Direct steering and predictive handling. 

  • What we dislike

    Too soft and wallowy at higher speeds

News of Hyundai Elantra

New Elantra Coming Soon With Two Engine Options

Hyundai Elantra Coming Soon Hyundai is expected to take the game higher up the price range and conquer pricier categories. The Grand i10, followed by the Elite i20 and then the Creta have all been extremely successful despite the premium Hyundai charged for these cars. Autocrat India reports that the all-new Elantra is expected to make its grand entrance in India in the month of September this year. In tow will be two engine options, one will be the trusty 1.6-litre diesel engine that'll make around 130PS of power and the other will be a 2.0-litre petrol motor that'll pump... Read More

Posted On | Jul 27, 2016 | 6352 Views

2016 Hyundai Elantra spied testing

2016 Hyundai Elantra spied A copy of Hyundai's Elantra undergoing its testing ritual has been spotted not far from the factory and captured by Indian Autos Blog. The car is expected to be launched in India this year. In the American market, where it's on sale already, it comes powered by a 2.o-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine that promises 150 PS of power and 180 Nm of torque. Despite the camouflage, the silhouette and tail lamp design gave away what car it was. The beautiful-looking-alloys clearly scream 'Hyundai' as the brand is known for fitting some of the best-looking alloys on... Read More

Posted On | Feb 22, 2016 | 374 Views

2017 Hyundai Elantra pictures & details : India launch this year

What is it: All-new Elantra When will it come: Mid or End 2016 Rivals: Toyota Corolla, Skoda Octavia, VW Jetta Expected price: Rs 15-19 lakh Engines: 1.4 petrol (turbo), 2.0 petrol, 1.6 diesel Hyundai has officially revealed the images of the upcoming 2017 Elantra. The new model will make it Indian debut later this year and will compete with other D segment sedans like the Toyota Corolla and the Skoda Octavia. The new Elantra looks a lot different from the current version which itself received a mild face-lift in April 2015 (read launch report) but has not been doing good... Read More

Posted On | Jan 07, 2016 | 11040 Views
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