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2017 Hyundai Elantra – Review and Road Test


As with the rest of Hyundai’s lineup, the Elantra boasts stylish looks, premium amenities and a class-leading warranty that includes 10 years/100,000 miles for the powertrain. But is that enough to take down heavyweights like the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla?

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  1. Frankly, not a romantic piece of car like the 2011-2016 elantras!!! This has messed the fluidic and whirlwind design we have associated the elantra with over the years. For me, it's a down!!!

  2. The iconic Corolla and Civic were the models from the 80's and the 90's my friend. Only the 2018 models are finally getting better.

  3. The company should have stuck in the general direction it was going with the 2011-16 models, the height of the Hyundai era when it was on top in the car brand world. They should have made smoother updates from 2016 on that related to the 2011-16 car exterior design. Instead, they just wholly revamped everything about the car and in away that it went downhill by 2017. Since the 2011-16 models, it doesn't have it's unique sculpted shape, slick design, sporty look. It turned into a generic car by 2017 with a oversized ugly grill that has followed through to the 2019 season of the car. I was soooooooo happy to go out and by a 2016 Elantra earlier this month when my mother loaned me a big sum of money to get any car of my choosing. You heard it here. I got myself a silver 2016 Hyundai Elantra (newest of that era) with get this, only 10,000 miles. Paid $13,800 for it. Well worth the money to get my favored car. What's funny is they had a 2018 Hyundai Elantra for sell at a lower price and I said hell no to get my 2016 Elantra. People seem to like the 2017-18 models better than the 2019, but I give a big hell no to the both of them. This 2019 looks like it's trying to be aggressive and professional at the same time. Odd mixture and it clashes. The 2017-18 was kind of boring for me.

  4. your car reviews are garbage , you are just all about being funny, many you do better in a comedy show

  5. I’ve rented a 17 Elantra and it was ok for what it was but when I had to replace my old car this year I decided to get a 16 Elantra and I got a way better deal and plus mines had low miles for the year

  6. I've owned the 2018 Elantra for 5 months & it's an amazing car if given the option I would buy it again. After looking at reviews its super reliable, & the warranty shows their confidence in it. I'm going to take the thing on a cross country road trip in the summer.

  7. I hate the small windows. I find it particularly hard to get into the rear seats in this Elantra. My 2013 Mazda6 has awesome rear room and large windows even with a coupe like roof slope. I know these are 2 different car categories, but small window design is a bane of modern designs which many manufacturers now follow.

  8. I've had my Elantra for almost two years and the Tucson for almost almost six months. I'm loving them both

  9. I got my Elantra 2017 two years ago and love it.Up where I live in Canada our winters are very cold but no problem with the battery.The heated steering wheel and heated seats are a big plus.Compared to my 2013 Elantra the 2017 is a much stiffer ride due to more steel in construction.I think that Hyundai gives you much more car for your money.

  10. I just turned 58.000 miles on my 17 Elantra. It has been flawless, no issues at all. Still on the original tires, and they still aren't quite ready to need replacement. Very pleased with this car.

  11. I have a 2017 Elantra SE, I've owned it about 6 months. It's a very good car. Excellent MPG's, very roomy inside for a big guy like me, and it's still very fun to drive. I would recommend anybody shopping for a car like this really needs to drive one, it has many advantages over a Nissan or Mazda, and is less expensive. And it still has all the perks of a reliable Honda or Toyota.

  12. The 2017 design always catches me off guard. I don't realize how handsome it is until night when its body lines are shown. The front end is a masterpiece and has a very agressive stance. Good proportions for a compact sedan.

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