2011 Hyundai Elantra Review and Prices
About 2011 Hyundai Elantra
Hyundai and its sister brand Kia has managed to survive through the great recession with consistent sales, unlike most of the other auto manufacturers. Therefore, the Korean manufacturer is looking to reward its loyal patrons with an impressive new offering courtesy of the 2011 Hyundai Elantra. To learn more about what is available here for you to enjoy, you can get more details from the review below.
The 2011 Hyundai Elantra will offer a four-cylinder engine and front wheel drive system as its base option for the model. However, there are new options available to expand on your powertrain options to suit your driving needs. You can also get the 2.0-liter Theta II engine to further improve on the performance and fuel efficiency of this engine to get more gas mileage. In comparison to the Kia models, this one offers more power to the engine and better torque capabilities.
Although some of the technical details on the 2011 Hyundai Elantra remains a bit blurry at this point, rumors suggest that you can get the conventional six-speed torque-converter automatic as the sole transmission available for this model. Since the manufacturer is looking to make a hybrid version that combines gas/electric hybrid option. You can also expect some standard hybrid options such as engine idle stop, hybrid drive fuel savers, and regenerative braking for more precise driving options.
When it comes to the set of features available for the 2011 Hyundai Elantra, some of those that have been confirmed as of now include side and front airbags, antiskid system, air conditioning, traction control, tilt steering wheel, height adjustable driver’s seat, high quality stereo system, and power windows, locks, and mirrors. Chassis changes are not expected for this model but you base models have been increased to 16-inch steel rims, although it is believed that 18-inch wheel options will also be provided.
Pro’s of 2011 Hyundai Elantra
*Plenty of interior features;
*Slick new sedan styling;
*More taut handling capacity;
*Fuel efficient engine options.
Con’s of 2011 Hyundai Elantra
*Lack of transmission options.
The 2011 Hyundai Elantra is expected to be priced higher than most of its competitors, especially with the expansion of the standard features and its redesign efforts. Also, you must take into account that its Korean manufacturers are looking to make up for the weak currency exchange for the Korean Won. The base model for this entry level sedan is therefore expected to start at no lower than $15,000 with the most expensive model in the lineup expected at around $21,000.
The Bottom Line
The 2011 Hyundai Elantra is a great alternative option for those looking for a compact car. This is a popular series and comes with massive redesign efforts to give it a brand new look suited for the modern times. It goes from a geeky design into a glamorous new vehicle with lots of merit and impressive quality. But apart from the exterior and stylish trappings, what will really draw consumers to get this model is its promise of better fuel economy and engine power.