Hyundai once again flexes a sexy number before us to anticipate for the year 2023. A new and improved model set to change the game in the automobile industry and at the same time pose a strong competition towards its counter brands alike.
With new car prices as out-of-control as they are, the Hyundai Elantra is a mainstay in terms of affordability, dependability, and variety. So, the Elantra is a good choice if you’re looking for an affordable vehicle that fulfils a straightforward simple promise. Simple promise because it is found that Hyundai Elantra consumes less fuel, I mean fuel is quite expensive, who wouldn’t want to calculate when it comes to fuel? It is not only luxurious but consumes less fuel. It must be nice, given the current fuel hikes!
Furthermore, Hyundai’s library has several accessible leases, including the soon to be delivered Hyundai Elantra, for sedan buyers eager to score a new pair of wheels.
The release of the Hyundai Elantra Hybrid should coincide with that of its gasoline-powered sibling. The interior of the 2023 Hyundai Elantra is not expected to see many, if any, alterations. The 2023 Elantra should come standard with heated front seats, adaptive cruise control, faux leather or genuine leather seat upholstery, and an eight-speaker Bose audio system.
Dimensions, Weights & Capacities
|Curb Weight||2965 pounds|
|EPA Passenger||99.4 cubic feet|
|EPA Total Interior||113.6 cubic feet|
|Fuel Capacity||11.0 gallons|
|Front Head Room||40.6 inches|
|Front Leg Room||42.3 inches|
|Max Seating Capacity||5|
|Minimum Ground Clearance||5.5 inches|
|Overall Length||184.1 inches|
|Front Shoulder Room||56.5 inches|
|Trunk or Cargo Capacity||14.2 cubic feet|
|Turning Diameter||17.7 feet|
|Width with mirrors||71.9 inches|
Moreover, Hyundai reportedly discontinued the 6-speed manual transmission for the 2023 Elantra N-Line, according to KBB.
So, it wouldn’t be such a bad idea to invest in one of these cool machines, especially because of its cost effective fuel consumption and beautiful sleek design!