Car shopping can be overwhelming and downright pricey. These things tend to make some people delay getting a new car but I’m here to share how a brand new car doesn’t have to cost a lot and why you don’t have to wait any longer. Today, I’m introducing you to the 2017 Hyundai Elantra Value Edition; a car that has everything you need, but not the added costs of the things that you don’t need.
2017 Hyundai Elantra Value Edition
The 2017 Hyundai Elantra Value Edition is a decent size family car with plenty of room for the kids and their gear. It has a 4 star safety rating, with 5 starts for the side front seat.
More on safety technology
Features include Electronic Stability Control with Traction Control, ABS and brake assist, Blind Spot detection with Rear Cross-traffic alert and Review Camera with Dynamic Guidelines. These are great features to have included in your primary vehicle!
Let’s talk about power
You might think that this type of car doesn’t have any power to back it up but you’d be surprising wrong. Packed underneath that pretty little hood sits a 2.0L, 147 HP, 132 lbs-ft Torque, DOHC 4 Cylinder engine with a 6-Speed Automatic Transmission. Drive modes include normal, eco and sport so it pretty much fits every style of driving. I particularly like driving in sport as I feel it boosts the power on take off.
Comfort and convenience you’ll appreciate
Now just because you see the word “value” in the 2017 Hyundai Elantra Value Edition doesn’t me an that you won’t have everything that you need ad a little of what you want. The 7″ Display Audio System includes Am/FM/HD and speakers and also has a 90 day trial of SirusXM Radio. You can hook your phone and all of its media up through Android Auto and Apple CarPlay Support too as well as a Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System.
Dual Automatic Temperature Control with Auto Defogger will keep everyone comfortable temperature wise and the 2017 Hyundai Elantra Value Edition even has heated seats for those cold winter days. The Proximity Key with Push Button Start won’t leave you fumbling for your keys!
Some sweet extras include a Power Sunroof so that you can enjoy views like this while you’re waiting for your kids to get done with practice and the 16-inch Alloy Wheels make the car look pretty sweet on the outside.
Overall, I think the 2017 Hyundai Elantra Value Edition is a pretty sweet car and I’d totally roll around in that sexy ride. With a price tag of just $21,210, it’s practically unbeatable!
So tell me, what do you like best about the 2017 Hyundai Elantra Value Edition?