|Fuel Type||Engine Capacity||Transmission Type||Power||Torque||Fuel Efficiency|
|petrol||1998cc||Manual||152PS @ 6200RPM||192NM @ 4000RPM||14kmpl|
|petrol||1999cc||auto||152PS @ 6200RPM||192NM @ 4000RPM||12kmpl|
|diesel||1582cc||Manual||128PS @ 4000RPM||259NM @ 1900-2750RPM||22kmpl|
|diesel||1582cc||auto||128PS @ 4000RPM||260NM @ 1900-2750RPM||18kmpl|
The Elantra is the C segment sedan in Hyundai's line up priced from INR 1,382,159 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Elantra gets aerodynamic looks up front, and it comes loaded with an ample amount of features to cater to a hassle-free driving experience.
The Elantra gets fluidic sculpture design philosophy which is also seen in the new-gen Verna. The sedan employs Hyundai's signature hexagonal chrome grille up front. Illumination duties are taken care of by HID projector lamps and LED DRL with fog lamps which comes embedded into a blacked out insert. The sedan gets coupe-like roofline. It also gets some premium touches as an electronic sunroof and chrome door handles with pocket light. The Hyundai Elantra moves on 10-spoke sporty looking 16-inch gunmetal alloy wheels along with a blacked-out B-pillar. The rear is the most attractive part of the Elantra as it comes equipped with sporty looking LED rear combination lamps, shark fin antenna, high-mounted stop lamp, reverse parking camera, reverse parking sensors and rear reflectors. Moreover, the Hyundai Elantra is offered with 6 distinctive colour shades.
The Hyundai Elantra comes with a spacious cabin and offers a handsome amount of features. The sedan comes equipped with features like front ventilated seats, hands-free smart trunk, rear A/C vents along with front and reverse parking sensors.The Hyundai Elantra gets a dark grey and silver colour theme on the inside. The leather seats are cushioned well and offer a good amount of side and underthigh support.The centre console features a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple Car Play and Android Auto compatibility. The driver can easily access the infotainment system with the help of steering mounted switches. The sedan also comes with a practical amount of storage spaces which includes glass holder, bottle holders and a cooled glovebox. The Hyundai Elantra gets a twin-pod instrument cluster which consists a tachometer with a heat indicator and a speedometer with a fuel gauge. It also gets a small TFT display which provides information about the distance, time, temperature, service reminder and much more.
The Hyundai has uses 53% advanced high strength steel in the Elantra. This means that the Hyundai Elantra has good shock absorbing capabilities. The Hyundai Elantra offers safety features like 6 airbags, ABS with EBD, seat belt warning, traction control, reverse parking sensors and reverses parking camera, hill-start assists control, front are rear disc brakes and much more.
The Elantra derives power from a 2.0-litre petrol unit which churns out respective power and torque output of 152 at 6200 and 192 Nm at 4000. It comes paired with a 6-speed manual and automatic gearbox. The sedan also gets a 1.6-litre diesel mill on offer, which develops 128ps at 4000 rpm and 260 Nm 2750 rpm. The transmission duties are handled by a 6-speed manual and automatic transmission. Both petrol and diesel engines are fuel-efficient and are rated for 14 Kmpl (petrol) and 18 to22 Kmpl (diesel). The fuel tank is big enough to store 50 litres of fuel at a time. In terms of performance, the Hyundai Elantra has a reliable motor. Power delivery in the petrol unit is linearly, but the engine isn’t quite rewarding when going flat out. The engine pulls happily between 2,500 and 4,000 rpm mark. The Hyundai has worked hard to keep NVH ( Noise Vibration and Harshness) levels minimal. The diesel motor feels more punchy and responsive.
Hyundai Elantra price starts from INR 13.82 Lakh to INR 20.05 Lakh.
Once in a while, a car comes along that’s so potent that it turns the segment on its head, or even better still, create its own niche. The eight generation Honda Civic, that we Indians still swear by, was one such car. It can largely be attributed for creating the sub-D, Super-C segment, and invited cars like the fifth-generation Hyundai Elantra to the field to play.