Hyundai Elantra GLS may not be the fastest, greenest, or highest-tech car in its class, but the 2011 Hyundai Elantra GLS has possibly the best balance of those attributes at a great value. This car is fit and finish, the attractive styling, the nimble handling, and the great cabin tech packag can attract your first impressions. I got an overview from hyundaiusa, so check this out bellow from my eyes.
Hyundai has used Power and fuel-efficiency united through technology. A lightweight, high-tech engine helps Elantra achieve the best power-to-weight in its class and standard 40 MPG, highway. That’s better than the Honda Civic or Toyota Corolla. The 2012 Elantra breaks convention, and years of compact car complacency.
6-speed auto transmission
1.8L, 4-cylinder engine with D-CVVT
A different kind of performance
The Elantra features six airbags, 4-wheel ABS, and an intelligent Vehicle Stability Management system whose active and passive safety features work in perfect sync—to keep you safer than ever.
Vehicle Stability Management system
We prefer the opposite, filling the interior with six airbags to help protect you and your passengers in case of an accident.
With more interior space than the Corolla, the Civic, and even the Nissan Maxima, the Elantra has plenty of room for premium features like front and rear heated seats, leather seating surfaces and even a 360-watt audio system.
The 2012 Elantra bucks convention with a style that breaks free of the traditional compact car ‘blah’ factor. Designed in Southern California, the Elantra integrates a sloping, coupe-like roofline and an increased wheelbase to give it a sporty, low profile that leaves its boxier competitors behind.
Model- 2011 Hyundai Elantra
Power train- 1.8-liter in-line 4-cylinder, FWD
EPA fuel economy- 29 city, 40 highway mpg
Observed fuel economy- 28.5 mpg
Navigation- optional solid-state-memory-based with XM Satellite Traffic
Bluetooth phone support- basic voice command, phonebook sync
Disc player- CD/ MP3
MP3 player support- analog RCA auxiliary input, USB/iPod connection
Other digital audio- optional Bluetooth stereo streaming, XM Satellite Radio
Audio system- 6-speaker standard audio
Driver aids– optional rearview camera
Base price- $15,195
Price as tested- $19,510
The 2011 Hyundai Elantra‘s low-speed manners make it a great car for urban environments. For the 2011 model year, nearly the complete cabin tech package is available at the entry GLS level.