Year 2016
Drivetrain FWD
Transmission AUTOMATIC
Engine 4-CYL, 2.0 LITER
Mileage 73,443
Doors 4
Exterior Color RED
Interior Color BLACK
Stock No. 319165

Vehicle Equipment List

Vehicle Description

2.0-liter inline-4 (Sport sedan and GT hatchback) 
173 horsepower @ 6,300 rpm 
154 lb-ft of torque @ 4,700 rpm 
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 24/34 mpg (manual, Sedan), 24/35 mpg (automatic, Sedan), 24/33 mpg (GT)

Hyundai’s compact Elantra sedan and hatchback return for 2016 with new features, a lower price and, for the 5-door Elantra GT, a new look. Hyundai has made a name for itself by offering premium features on its compact cars, scoring top marks in the areas of fuel economy, power and interior space, then closing the deal with a standard 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty. With resale figures now rivaling those of the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla, the compact 2016 Hyundai Elantra sedan and GT hatchback could rest on their laurels. Instead, the Elantra continues to add value and style, with a bold new front end on the Elantra GT 5-door, and segment exclusive features such as ventilated front seats.


You'll Like This Car If...

If you’re in the market for a compact car that will delight both your sense of style and practicality, check out the 2016 Hyundai Elantra. The sedan looks like a high-priced midsize, while the sporty 5-door GT offers improved versatility without sacrificing efficiency or comfort.

What's New for 2016
The 2016 Hyundai Elantra compact sedan adds a new Value Edition on the SE trim, while the Sport trim has its leather seating and sunroof deleted. The Limited trim gains standard proximity key and dual automatic temperature control, while the 5-door Elantra GT receives new front-end styling and more features

Driving Impressions

Hyundai’s 2016 Elantra sedan and GT 5-door split the difference between the firm ride of the Mazda3 and Ford Focus, and the softer uninspiring performance of cars like the Toyota Corolla and Nissan Sentra. The Elantra sedan’s 1.8-liter engine can muster only 145 horsepower, yet when teamed with the available 6-speed automatic, performs on par with other compacts in the field. While we applaud the standard manual transmission, the 6-speed unit in the Elantra feels vague and uninspiring. Opt for the Elantra Sport sedan or GT hatchback, and you’ll get a much more robust performance from the 173-horsepower 2.0-liter engine. These trims also feature Hyundai’s 3-mode Driver Selectable Steering Mode that offers varying degrees of feedback depending on your style of driving. Those who favor comfort should go with an SE or Limited sedan, while fans of a firm suspension and more agile cornering should look to the 5-door GT.

Favorite Features

The 2016 Hyundai Elantra’s Driver Selectable Steering Mode offers the driver three distinct settings for feedback via the steering wheel. Comfort requires less effort at the wheel, while the Sport mode quickens response. The system is standard on SE, Limited and GT trims.


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