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Compare the Hyundai Elantra in Wichita

 

See How the New Hyundai Elantra Fares Against Its Top Competitors

Drivers who are trying to decide on a model for their next automotive purchase ought to take a closer look at the new Hyundai Elantra. Upon looking at its specifications, you will find that this sedan is far from ordinary. It provides its owners with a substantial output power and efficiency. It even houses a numerous of creature comforts as a standard! Compared to the Nissan Altima and the Toyota Camry, which are two of its toughest competitors, this car has no trouble presenting itself as one of the more desirable options. For the convenience of Hatchett Hyundai West customers, we have listed some of the highlights below. However, if you already know that the new Elantra is the model you want to own, then come over to our dealership in Wichita, Kansas, to take one home with you today!

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Hatchett Hyundai West

757 N Tyler Rd
Directions Wichita, KS 67212

  • Sales: (888) 434-0380
  • Service: (888) 531-7520
  • Parts: (888) 531-8299

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2017 Hyundai Elantra vs. Ford Focus

  • The Elantra offers a greater amount of cargo volume--nearly 14.5 cubic feet as opposed to only 13.2 cubic feet in the Focus.
  • If you're looking for maneuverability, the Elantra offers a significantly tighter curb-to-curb turning circle than the Ford Focus.
  • The Elantra also comes equipped with a more spacious interior with a volume of just shy of 96 cubic feet, whereas the interior of the Focus is only 90.7 cubic feet.


2017 Hyundai Elantra vs. Honda Civic

  • The Honda Civic is significantly more expensive than a comparably equipped Hyundai Elantra; go with the Elantra and pocket your savings, or put that money saved towards a higher, more luxuriously appointed trim level with more innovative technology and comfort features.
  • Hyundai offers its customers more extensive powertrain and basic warranty coverage than is offered by Honda. That means, you're less likely to spend out of pocket on auto services when you choose the Elantra over the Civic.
  • Due in large part to its greater fuel tanks, the cruising range of the Elantra is lengthier than that of the Civic which means you'll be pulling over more infrequently to fill up on petroleum.
 




 

Hyundai Elantra VS. Nissan Altima

A comparison between the basic trims of the new Hyundai Elantra and the new Nissan Altima will show that the former option is not only more affordable but comfier too. The starting MSRP for the Elantra is listed at $17,150. The difference is quite steep when contrasted to the Altima and its MSRP of $22,500. Even when comparably equipped, our pick maintains a lower price, which means it is more accessible to those who have a limited budget to spend. But what makes the Hyundai model even more attractive to consumers is that-despite its price-it also comes chock-full of standard equipment that is otherwise unavailable to its rival. Its interior, which is appointed with premium cloth seats and integrated with SiriusXM Satellite Radio, makes traveling a more enjoyable experience in the new Hyundai Elantra.

Hyundai Elantra VS. Toyota Camry

A similar comparison between the new Hyundai Elantra and the new Toyota Camry also reveals that, once again, our pick is more affordable. In fact, the Toyota model with an MSRP price of $23,070 is the most expensive of the three brands mentioned here. However, the affordability of the Elantra is not the only advantage. Built as a standard with a performance-oriented mechanical composition, the Hyundai model moves with flawless agility. This is largely thanks to its powertrain that combines the strength of an Inline-four engine and a 6-speed manual transmission, the result of which is a steady output of power and a smooth changeover from one gear to the next. Better still, these mechanics give the new Hyundai Elantra the upper-hand in terms of efficiency, achieving as much as 26 city and 36 highway MPG which is comparatively better than the 24 city and 33 highway MPG produced by its opponent.