This week have the new Hyundai Elantra Elite in my garage, the new Elantra is powered by a 2.0 L naturally aspirated 4 cylinder developing 112kW of power and 192Nm of torque which is backed by a 6 speed auto.
So far my few impressions are good the Elantra drives well, the steering is light.
The 2.0L engine is revy and seems to go better then the 112Kw suggests it should. The 6 speed auto is well matched to the engine and shifts smooth.
Check back in the next week or two for my full review, also you can follow me on twitter and Instagram kts350, to get my daily thoughts and latest pics from my week with the Elantra Elite.
Hyundai Elantra Elite
Price: From $26,490
Engine: Naturally aspirated 2.0L Nu MPi 4 cylinder petrol 112kW and 192Nm
Transmission: 6 speed automatic
6 airbags, Automatic dusk-sensing headlights, Front foglights, LED daytime running lights, Rear parking assist, Rear-view camera,7-inch touchscreen,works with Apple CarPlay™, Bluetooth connectivity (hands-free phone & audio streaming), 17-inch alloy wheels with 225/45R17 tyres, LED tail-lights, Electric folding external mirrors, Leather-appointed interior, Premium gearknob and steering wheel, Dual-zone climate-control air-conditioning with automatic windscreen defog function, Electro-chromatic auto-dimming interior mirror (ECM), One-touch window up/down function on driver’s window, One-touch turn signal operation (3, 5, or 7 flashes), Proximity Smart Key with pushbutton start and Smart Boot function, Rain-sensing wipers, Rear seat cooling vents in centre console, Supervision cluster with colour 3.5-inch TFT LCD display, Illuminated front door handles, Illuminated sunvisors, Cargo net.