The Hyundai Elantra is anticipated to be a carryover with no significant changes for 2019. Having just gone through a redesign for 2017, it’s likely that we’ll just see small tweaks. Sadly, Hyundai has actually not yet released official specs or pricing yet for the 2019 model.
Waiting on the 2019 Hyundai Elantra will probably imply paying increased rates for a car that isn’t really considerably various from its 2018 equivalent. Information of the ’19 Elantra’s styling and aspects of its feature set will likewise have a brief service life; Hyundai is anticipated to offer the car a midcycle refreshing for model-year 2020. Keep in mind too that the Forte from Hyundai’s brother or sister brand, Kia, shares Elantra’s standard engineering and some powertrains. The Forte will be fully revamped for model-year 2019, so if you like this South Korean moms and dad company’s compact-car formula, you might want to think about waiting on the brand new Forte.
Happily, there was no retreat on interior decoration. Rollovering for 2019 will be instruments and controls that are modern, realistically set up, and easy to utilize. Anticipate all sedans however the base SE come basic with a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system that consists of assistance for Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto. The GT’s control plan will stay distinct. Its main touchscreen sits atop the center of the dashboard, where it works well but it seems more of an afterthought than the sedan’s integrated service.
Traveler comfort on all models will again be very good for the class. Front and rear residents have generous legroom. Headroom suffers a bit below the housing of the available sunroof (which is breathtaking on the GT), but only the really high may gripe.
The present Elantra offers an extremely diverse series of configurations, ranging from the fuel-efficient Eco model that gets up to 40 mpg, to the remarkably alert Elantra Sport powered by a 201 hp turbocharged engine. For more adaptability, the brand likewise provides the Elantra GT hatchback.
Consumers ought to understand that the Elantra is built in 2 places: Alabama here in the U.S. and Ulsan in South Korea. There are slight differences, mainly having to do with color choices, such as Scarlet Red vs. Scarlet Red Pearl. We recommend checking with your dealership to guarantee you’re getting precisely the color you want.
In terms of offers, the Elantra normally take advantage of a selection of rebates, funding promotions and lease specials. Although it’s seldom amongst the least expensive cars to rent, we think it’s worth noting that factory cash incentives tend to be more generous than other models in Hyundai’s lineup.
Secret rivals include the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla and Chevrolet Cruze. The 2019 Hyundai Elantra is anticipated to begin production in June 2018.