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Hyundai Elantra - Top 5 Features

  • Nov 19, 2019
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Much before crossovers claimed pinnacle on popularity front sedans held the throne. While dynamics in the auto souk have changed globally, sedans have gracefully sustained their position. 


Even today, mid-size sedans are preferred by most of the professionals, given its corporate looks. The Hyundai Elantra is a known name in the segment across prominent overseas markets including UAE. It has been here for a while, witnessing changes update after update.  The sedan stands out aesthetically, combining elegance with boldness. 


Hyundai Elantra front


It is packed to the gill on the inside, ensuring comfort is never compromised. While there are many reasons you should consider buying this Korean car, we bring a list of top-five Elantra features, have a look.


1. Design 


Looks make the first impression and Elantra makes a statement on-road, thanks to its evolved design language and svelte silhouette accentuated by bold creases. First up, the large Elantra exterior dimensions hint at the size of the sedan. Speaking more on Hyundai Elantra’s styling, chrome finishing is done just right which can be seen on the front hexagonal grille and other areas. The swooping headlamps exude sharpness and reiterate aggression on the face which also features rounded fog lamps on the lower bumper. 


Hyundai Elantra side


Moving to the side, the premium chrome door handles and thin chrome lining on the window frame bring elegance to the styling, while the meaty multi-spoke alloys demonstrate its strength to take on tough terrains. The rear too is styled in the same fashion as the front and side facets; the talking point at the back is the modern wrap-around tail-lamps. Other key elements such as an integrated lip-spoiler, reflectors and steeply raked in tail-lamps complete the rear styling. 


2. Sliding floor console  


While aesthetics create the first impression, cabin comfort is equally vital as occupants spend a large part of their journey inside, hence an ergonomically designed interior combining style and practicality ensures a comfortable experience. One of the highlights inside is the floor console with a sliding top that can be adjusted back and forth as per the driver’s convenience. Given that the driver’s comfort is utmost this smartly designed element inside is a savior, especially when one has to stay behind the steering wheel for a long time.


Hyundai Elantra


3. Airbag cushioning 


Safety is paramount and Hyundai has packed Elantra with a comprehensive seven airbag system that provides both driver and passengers proper cushioning at both ends. At the front, there are airbags for the driver, knee airbag for the co-passenger/driver and two front side airbags. Besides, there are two curtain airbags that cover the whole length of the cabin. This airbag system bolsters the entire car, ensuring maximum protection for the occupants in case of injuries. 


Hyundai Elantra


4. Seat warming 


Ever thought of snuggling up at the back seat while you reach your destination? If not, the Hyundai Elantra makes it possible for you. The seat warming function at the rear seats allows passengers to adjust the temperature of their seats to keep them warm during cold days. This feature is usually seen in higher-end models, and hence keep Elantra above rivals in terms of comfort. 


Hyundai Elantra


5. Blind spot detection 


The modern cars are not just visually appealing and comfortable, but they are better in terms of performance and safer compared to the older times. Talking of Elantra safety features, another feature that stands out is the blind spot detection which senses any vehicle entering the blind spot from the back. It automatically activates the warning lamp on the side mirrors or the audible alert on the turn signal to alert the driver. 


Hyundai Elantra cabin


As for Hyundai Elantra specs, the mid-size sedan comes with a choice of 1.6-litre MPi and a 2.0-litre, MPi petrol engine. Out of the two units, the higher capacity 2.0-litre motor is slightly powerful with a claimed output of 152 PS along with 192 Nm of torque. On the other hand, the 1.6-litre powerplant makes 127.5 PS against 154 Nm torque. Both engines get a standard six-speed automatic gearbox that transmits drive to the front wheels. As for the Hyundai Elantra price, it starts from AED 58,900 for the base variant and goes up to AED 75,900 for the fully-loaded top-spec grade.


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