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The Hyundai Elantra was fully redesigned for 2017, with a sleek new look, several engine options, and tons of high-tech features, all taking the 2017 Elantra to the next level. The cabin of the new Elantra is quiet, comfortable and sophisticated, while the exterior offers elegant styling that's sure to turn a few heads. With four trim levels and three engine options to choose from, the 2017 is a great vehicle choice for anyone looking for an affordable compact sedan at an affordable price, without sacrificing on features or quality. Think the 2017 Hyundai Elantra may be the right car for you? The following questions may help you decide.8 Active Questions | Add a Question
Even the base SE trim of the 2017 Elantra comes fully-loaded with features, such as six-speed manual transmission, full power accessories and satellite radio. Opt for the automatic transmission, and you'll get Bluetooth connectivity, cruise control and steering wheel-mounted audio controls as standard on the SE. Higher trim levels include automatic headlights, heated side mirrors, 7-inch touchscreen display, rearview camera and more.
The newly redesigned 2017 Elantra starts at just $17,150 MSRP and goes up from there, depending on which trim, features and build you choose. Keep in mind that dealer incentives, rebates and promotions can help lower the overall cost of your new Elantra.
The 2017 Hyundai Elantra got the best rating of "Good" from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS) in all categories, making the 2017 Elantra one of the safest sedans on the road.
Depending on trim level and build, the 2017 Hyundai Elantra has an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 25 to 35 mpg combined, with the dual-clutch transmission Eco trim getting the highest mpg and the manual transmission Sport trim at the lower end.
While the 2017 Elantra is not available in an electric or hybrid version, an Eco trim is available and offers up to 35 mpg EPA-estimated combined fuel economy.
While the base engine on the 2017 Elantra isn't noteworthy, the other two engine options offer plenty of power and performance for everyday driving. Even the base engine will get drivers up to highway speed efficiently and relatively quickly, however, and daily drivers aren't likely to note any lag or lack of performance on acceleration.
Hyundai includes a 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty, 5-year/60,000-mile new vehicle limited warranty, 7-year/unlimited-miles anti-perforation warranty and 5-year/unlimited miles 24-hour roadside assistance for all new 2017 Elantra purchases.