Tinley Park Area 2017 Hyundai Elantra


The 2017 Hyundai Elantra has grown bigger and smarter. While its dash tech offers more connectivity, its safety features have expanded. Despite all of the changes, affordable pricing remains intact, and you may save even more with Hyundai Elantra specials to Tinley Park. For the latest pricing or Tinley Park Area 2017 Hyundai Elantra Quotes, contact Oak Lawn Happy Hyundai.


With its bigger, 110 cu.ft. interior, the 2017 Hyundai Elantra moves into the midsized category at the EPA. This is true even though Hyundai continues to call it a compact sedan and sells it at that price level. You can't really see how it's grown unless you climb inside. There are two more inches of legroom. In addition to more wiggle room, the interior design is more upscale. On the Elantra Limited, you'll notice when you look at the high-quality trim or feel the soft touch surfaces. The top trim level feels like the Genesis luxury sedan, according to one reviewer. The Elantra serving Tinley Park also has more dash tech than ever. An affordable touchscreen and a rearview camera bring this sedan up to date. Connectivity is easier with the introduction of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Six speakers ensure ample sound, but you can step up to an eight-speaker system. SiriusXM availability and USB connectivity are also on board. Class-exclusive features are also part of the package. The Elantra is the only compact sedan with an available hands-free trunk opener or a dual zone climate system. Drivers will appreciate the availability of an auto-dimming rearview mirror and a memory setting for the driver's power chair. To try out these and other amenities, contact Oak Lawn Happy Hyundai. With 14.4 cu.ft., the Elantra can take care of your vacation luggage. You can fold the seats to grab more space for your big box purchase. Learn about trim level pricing with Hyundai Elantra specials to Tinley Park.


The latest generation of Elantra is more stylish. Sleek character lines are set off by specially shaped windows. The striking stance is more composed and athletic than before. Hyundai uses sheet metal that would look right on a higher priced car. Projector-beam headlamps cut the night. You can also get new LED accent lights to spice up the bumper. Drivers will appreciate the standard convex mirror which reveals their blind spot. Tinted glass is a newer feature that adds to curb appeal. The Limited edition wears chrome trim and boasts 17-inch lightweight alloy wheels. Aerodynamics has been the focus throughout the redesign. As such, flow is encouraged by underbody covers and a lower air dam. The special rear decklid is complemented by a rear-bumper spoiler. The result is better wind resistance. If you are looking for results, check out Hyundai Elantra specials to Tinley Park.


Although a manual is offered, the focus most recently has been on the automatic. Engineers focused on more efficient shifting to get the most from the car's power outlay. This resulted in a more pleasing response to acceleration and deceleration demands. If you choose the Eco, the car benefits from a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Handling also requires a good suspension, and engineers reworked the rear setup to create crisper response to driver steering cues. Although you can't see it, engineers have quieted the ride with layers of insulation and vibration-reducing innovations.


Redesign continued with the engine itself. The challenge was to maintain fuel economy while improving power outlay. This was accomplished with an Atkinson four-cylinder engine. Drivers can expect more horsepower and more torque. Fuel economy matches or exceeds previous expectations. Today's Elantra earns up to 29 mpg city and 38 mpg highway. That's 33 mpg combined for the Elantra serving Tinley Park. Power outlay is maximized by decreasing engine heat and reducing pumping loss. Engineers also boosted combustion efficiency. If you want an even better fuel economy, you can choose the new Eco turbo and earn 35 mpg combined. On the other hand, if you are driving enthusiast, you may go for the Elantra Sport. The turbo four spits out 201 horsepower and 195 lb.ft. of torque. Learn how much you can save at purchase with Tinley Park Area 2017 Hyundai Elantra Quotes.


Elantras have a knee blocker airbag, bringing the count to seven. The car earned five stars when tested by the NHTSA. Keeping the impact and possible intrusion out of the cabin, there's a cage-like structure around the passengers. Special exterior points seek to absorb impact to minimize the chances that it will harm riders. For 2017, the seat frames were re-engineered to better withstand impact forces. Crash avoidance systems are also available on 2017 Hyundai Elantra serving Tinley Park. You can get automatic emergency braking to strengthen the forward collision warning. This includes pedestrian detection. A lane assist strengthens the lane departure warning. Unique high beam regulation is called dynamic bending lights. These maintain light for the driver but, by bending the light at the center, is courteous to oncoming cars. You are invited to contact Oak Lawn Happy Hyundai for more information.

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