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2014 Yeni Hyundai Elantra Dizel Teknik Özellikleri ve Türkiye Fiyatı
Otomobil denince avrupa ve asya ülkelerinde iki ülke öne çıkar. Avrupa araçlarının ağırlığı baskındır. Bunun yanı sıra Japonya da bu konuda önemli ülkelerden birisidir. Fakat son 20 yıl içerisinde güney koreliler büyük atak içerisinde. Özellikle hyundai markası, bu konuda çoktan yıldızlaşmış otomotiv üreticisi unvanını kazanmış durumda. Otomobil konusunda her geçen gün daha iyisini yapmak için çalışan firma, ürettiği araçları ile ülkemizde başarılı pazar oluşturmaya başladı. Hemde çok güçlü avrupalı rakiplerine karşı. Birçoğumuz hyundai marka araçları sevmesek de, ülkemizde bu markayı tercih edenlerin sayısı hiçte azımsanmayacak seviyeye geldi. Bunda, üretilen birçok ilgi çekici hyundai marka araçların etkisi yer alıyor. Ülkemizde, bu markanın araçları arasında son zamanlarda hyundai elantra öne çıkmaya başladı. Çünkü, modelin klişeleşmiş 1.6 litrelik atmosferik benzinli motorunun yanında şimdi de 1.6 lt turbo dizel seçenek sunulmaya başlandı. Aslında bu beklenen bir durumdu ama bir türlü hyundai sevenler bu motora sahip yeni elantra’yı göremediler. Fakat beklenti bitti ve yeni hyundai elantra dizel seçeneği ülkemizde yerini aldı. Kısaca yeni elantra’dan bahsedeyim, daha sonrada dizel motorlu seçeneği üzerine konuşalım.
Kısaca Yeni Hyundai ElantraElantra’nın tarihçesi 1990 yılına dayanıyor. İlk nesile 90’ların başında merhaba diyen otomobil, 3. nesliyle bir zamanlar ülkemizde dikkatleri iyice üzerine çekmişti. Fakat bir ara sessizlik oldu ve 4. nesil ortalıkta pek görünmedi. Fakat 2010 yılında 5. nesil ile sesli dönüş yapan hyundai, 1.6 litrelik atmosferik motor seçeneği ile ülkemiz piyasasına hitap etti. Şimdilerde ise dizel seçeneği ile araç daha ön plana çıkar oldu. D segmentinde yer alan yeni hyundai elantra‘da standart olarak olmazsa olmaz 3 harfli güvenlik donanımları yer alırken, konfor özellikleri arasında elektrikli ayarlanabilir koltuklar, anahtarsız giriş özelliği, follow me home özelliği, elektronik klima, soğutmalı torpido gözü, usb-aux-sd kart girişi, navigasyon sistemi, Türkçe ses tanıma özelliği, sunroof, elektrikli katlanır yan ayna özellikleri gibi kullanıcısını şımartan özellikler yer alıyor. Yani 2014 yeni hyundai elantra, rakipleri ile mücadele edecek donanımlara sahip. Peki dizel seçenek ne kadar rekabetçi? Buyurun onun üzerine de iki kelam edelim.
1.6 Dizel Yeni Hyundai Elantra ve Rakipleri2014 yeni hyundai elantra dizel d segmenti olmasına rağmen, hyundai i40 varlığı onu biraz ortada bırakıyor. Çünkü bu aracı bir passat, C5 veya 508 ile kıyaslamam mümkün değil. Çünkü bu araçlara karşı eli çok zayıf. Fakat onun yerine vw jetta, skoda octavia, toyota corolla, opel astra ile kıyaslayabilirim. Aslında bu rakipleri arasında c segmenti olanlar var ama fiyat, donanım ve motor seçeneğinde en iddialı ve yakın rakipleri bunlar.
VW Jetta – Skoda Octavia – Yeni Hyundai Elantra DizelYeni hyundai elantra dizel için belkide en ciddi rakipler vw grubunda yer alıyor. Bu yüzden jetta ve octavia’yı bir aldım. Çünkü ikisi de dizel motoru kullanıyor. Peki hyundai elantra’nın bu ikisi karşısında eli ne kadar güçlü? Açıkçası pekte güçlü değil. Performans konusunda ikisinden de iyi olan hyundai elantra (0-100 km-s: 11.7-10.8 –> 10.5), gel gelelim en ciddi konu olan yakıt tüketiminde kağıt üzerinde ikisine göre daha savurgan verilere sahip(Ortalama tüketim: 4.5-3.8 –> 4.9). Üstelik i30 dizel’in müşteri profilinde çizdiği müsrif tutumu düşünürsek vw jetta ve skoda octavia için bu konuda eli zayıf duruyor. Ayrıca bagaj hacmi olarak da yeni elantra bu iki rakibe düşük hacim sunuyor (Bagaj hacmi: 510-568 –> 485). Fiyat bazında ise en düşük paketleri baz alırsak hyundai elantra biraz pahalı kalıyor. Kısacası bu iki rakibine karşı daha güçlü ve aynı oranda fazla da yakıt tüketiyor. Tabi bunlar kağıt üzerinden yorumlanan bilgilerdir.
Opel Astra Sedan 1.6 CDTİ – Yeni Hyundai Elantra DizelYeni elantra’nın rakipleri arasında kağıt üzerinde aşağı yukarı en denk olduğu rakiplerinden birisi yeni astra dizeldir. Bildiğiniz üzere yeni nesil 1.6 cdti seçeneği astra’yı son zamanlarda rakipleri karşısında öne çıkarmıştı. 110 bg ve 130 bg seçenekleri düşündüğümüzde 110 bg’lik ünite yeni hyundai elantra dizel için en uygun rakip olacağını düşünüyorum. 130’luk seçeneği almadım. Çünkü o motor oldukça iddialı. Fakat 110 beygirlik astra, fiyatı, sunduğu bagaj alanı ve güç değerleri ile hyundai elantra dizele daha yakın. Bu iki araç arasında 12 saniyelik 0-100 hızlanmasına karşın elantra’nın eli daha güçlü. Daha hafif ve beygir avantajı olan elantra’nın performans değerleri bu açıdan daha iyi olarak verilere yansımış. Fakat ortalama tüketimde 3.7 litrelik veri, astra’yı burada öne geçiriyor. Fakat bagaj alanında 420 litre ile astra geride kalıyor. Bunu c segmentinde yer almasına bağlayabilirsiniz. Fiyat olarak ise hemen hemen 1.000 TL astra daha pahalı. Fakat bu iki araç arasında tercih yapmak isteyenler sanırım 130’luk astra’ya yönelecektir.
Toyota Corolla D-4D – Yeni Hyundai Elantra DizelBu kıyaslamalar arasında performans açısından eli en zayıf kalan toyota corolla olabilir. Fakat bu aracın “en çok satan otomobil” unvanı bütün bunlar unutturabilir. Çünkü devir ekonomi devri ve toyota corolla’nın ortalama 4.1 litrelik yakıt tüketimi bu aracı, yeni elantra dizel karşısında daha alınabilir kılıyor. Fakat corolla 452 litrelik bagaj hacmiyle, 12.5 saniyelik 0-100 km/s hızlanma değeriyle yeni elantra dizele karşı eli zayıf. Fiyat konusuna gelecek olursak başlangıç fiyatlarında aralarında bir şey yok denecek kadar az fark var. Sonuç olarak tercih yine sizin. Performans mı? Ekonomi mi?
Tüm bu yazılanların sonucunda şunu diyebilirim ki, yeni hyundai elantra dizel bu kadar güçlü rakibine rağmen teknik değerler konusunda hiçte fena değil. Bir aracı satın alırken sadece ekonomik olması yetmez. Onu sevmekte lazım. Eğer hyundai elantra bunu sizde başarıyorsa alınmayacak bir otomobil değil.
2014 Yeni Hyundai Elantra Dizel Teknik ÖzellikleriMotor: 1.6 lt 128 bg 260 nmŞanzıman: 6 ileri manuelPerformans: 0-100 km/s: 10.5 saniye – Maksimum hız: 190 km/sYakıt Tüketimi: Şehir içi / Şehir Dışı / Ortalama / Co2: 6.4 / 4.0 / 4.9 / 128 g/kmBoyut: Uzunluk / Yükseklik / Genişlik: 4550 mm / 1445 mm / 1775 mmBagaj Hacmi: 485 ltBoş Ağırlık: 1361 kg
Motor: 1.6 lt 128 bg 280 nmŞanzıman: 6 ileri otomatikPerformans: 0-100 km/s: 11.5 saniye – Maksimum hız: 190 km/sYakıt Tüketimi: Şehir içi / Şehir Dışı / Ortalama / Co2: 7.7 / 4.7 / 5.8 / 151 g/kmBoyut: Uzunluk / Yükseklik / Genişlik: 4550 mm / 1445 mm / 1775 mmBagaj Hacmi: 485 ltBoş Ağırlık: 1383 kg
2014 Yeni Hyundai Elantra Dizel Türkiye FiyatıELANTRA 1.6 CRDi STYLE —> 67.550 TLELANTRA 1.6 CRDi STYLE OTM —> 71.350 TLELANTRA 1.6 CRDi ELITE OTM —> 79.990 TL
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The used 2014 Hyundai Elantra Limited is priced around $11652 with average odometer reading of 30259 miles.
The used 2014 Hyundai Elantra Sport PZEV is priced around $11988 with average odometer reading of 39517 miles.
The used 2014 Hyundai Elantra SE is priced around $9574 with average odometer reading of 45750 miles.
The used 2014 Hyundai Elantra Limited PZEV is priced around $11769 with average odometer reading of 49069 miles.
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What options are available on the 2014 Hyundai Elantra?
Available Hyundai Elantra 2014 Submodel Types: Sedan, Wagon
Available Hyundai Elantra 2014 Trims: Value Edition, SEL, GLS, Sport, SE, SE PZEV w/Prod. End 10/16, Limited SULEV, Limited PZEV w/Prod. End 10/16, SE SULEV, GLS PZEV, Limited, Limited PZEV, Eco, Blue, GT, Sport PZEV
Exterior Colors: Symphony Silver, Quartz White Pearl, Galactic Gray, Shale Gray Metallic, Scarlet Red, Lakeside Blue, Mineral Beige, Scarlet Red Pearl, Electric Blue, Machine Gray, Molten Silver, Midnight Black, Electric Blue Metallic, Shimmering White, Mineral Beige Pearl, Phantom Black, Ceramic White, Blue Sky Metallic, Harbor Gray Metallic, Apple Red Pearl, Black Diamond, Black Noir Pearl, Desert Bronze, Symphony Air Silver, Indigo Night, Regatta Blue, Sparkling Ruby, Titanium Gray Metallic, Indigo Blue Pearlcoat, Shimmering Air Silver, Ebony Black, Geranium Red, Indigo Blue Pearl, Nordic White, Quicksilver, Venetian Red, Windy Sea Blue, Black Noir Pearl (Late Availability), Black Pearl, Captiva White, Carbon Gray, Carbon Gray Mist, Champagne, Laguna Sand, Monaco White, Pearl White, Phantom Black Metallic, Quicksilver (Late Availability), Radiant Silver, Sea Shell, Shimmering Silver, Sterling, Sterling Silver, Tidal Wave
Interior Colors: Gray premium cloth, Black cloth, Beige premium cloth, Gray cloth, Black leather, Gray leather, Beige cloth, Beige leather, Black Premium Cloth premium cloth, Gray Premium Cloth premium cloth, Gray Leather leather, Beige Premium Cloth premium cloth, Black Leather leather, Beige, Beige , Beige Leather leather, Gray
Popular Features: Apple Carplay/Android Auto, Blind Spot Monitoring, Keyless Entry/Start, Auto Climate Control, Multi-Zone Climate Control, Upgraded Headlights, Alarm, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Aux Audio Inputs, Fold Flat Rear Seats, Post-collision safety system, Rear Bench Seats, Stability Control, Tire Pressure Warning, Trip Computer, USB Inputs, Back-up camera, Bluetooth, Heated seats, Leather Seats, Power Driver Seat, Navigation, Upgraded Stereo, 2500lb Towing Capacity, Remote Start, Adaptive Cruise Control, Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning, Pre-collision safety system, Sunroof/Moonroof
Engine/Mechanics: 4 cylinders
Transmission: AUTOMATED_MANUAL, AUTOMATIC, MANUAL
Fuel Types: regular unleaded
Drivetrains: front wheel drive
used 2014 Hyundai Elantra Overview
The used 2014 Hyundai Elantra is offered in the following submodels: Sedan. Available styles include Sport 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl 6A), Sport 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl 6M), and Sport PZEV 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl 6A). Pre-owned Elantra models are available with a 0-liter gas engine, with output up to 0 hp, depending on engine type. The used 2014 Elantra comes with front wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 6-speed shiftable automatic, 6-speed manual.
Hyundai Elantra Sedan (2014) - pictures, information & specs
The award-winning Hyundai Elantra returns for 2014 with extensive design upgrades and a more powerful GDI engine in the new Sport trim. A host of new features have also been added, while maintaining the roominess, warranty and safety that has made Elantra a three-time recipient of the ALG Residual Value Award. In total, more than 75 Elantra major sub-systems are new or redesigned. The all-new 2014 Elantra Sport and the rest of the Elantra line up was introduced at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show.
The 2014 Elantra receives all-new front and rear exterior designs, along with interior styling upgrades. Sport-tuned steering and suspension calibrations sharpen the new Elantra Sport's handling, while extensive technology upgrades improve ergonomics for the entire Elantra Sedan lineup.
New technologies built into the 2014 Elantra include the application of the next-generation navigation and audio technology, which feature simpler user interfaces, enhanced voice recognition commands, improved navigation screens and available Pandora internet radio. A 4.3-inch color touchscreen with integrated rearview camera is now available on the entry level SE, in the Preferred Package, and as standard equipment on the Elantra Sport and Limited. Also new to Elantra Limited is Hyundai's Blue Link and Assurance Connected Care safety, service and infotainment telematics system.
For 2014, the Hyundai Elantra has received a host of exterior design changes. The front and rear styling of the 2014 Hyundai Elantra have been altered for a more stable, balanced look. Up front, a new open-mouth lower bumper, grille, more technical foglights and projector headlamps with LED accents add a dynamic, precise feel to Elantra. The whole L-shaped foglight graphic stabilizes the front end and gives the car a more grounded look, while maintaining a greater sense of width that forces the eye to the corners. The headlamp and taillamp LED accents were also given a more technical appearance to give the Elantra a stronger attitude. From the profile, a chrome beltline molding and new sets of 17-inch alloy wheels on the Elantra Limited and Sport accentuate the Elantra's premium image. A new black, two-tone rear diffuser also sharpens the look of the 2014 Elantra.
Inside, refinements in design give the entire 2014 Hyundai Elantra a more premium feel, with an all-new third-generation navigation and audio technology, available aluminum accents and new HVAC controls. Subtle changes to the placement of HVAC vents, controls and the height of the front center armrest lend a higher-quality, simplified look. Providing a more upscale environment is accomplished with a slightly darker, more neutral beige interior color choice, aluminum pedals on the Sport and aluminum door sill plates on the Sport and Limited.
The Elantra Limited offers a new optional multifunction seven-inch touch-screen display with navigation. This third-generation display features a simpler user interface, enhanced voice recognition commands and improved navigation screens. The system is more intuitive for commonly used tasks. Simple pop-up messages now appear to help pair a cell phone and the voice recognition software understands street addresses and cities all in one sentence. The route screens display speed limits and details the next three maneuvers. One or two button pushes now complete most functions. The systems memory also allows for viewing and storing of jpeg images and Mpeg music files from a USB stick.
Pandora internet radio is integrated into the Elantra Limited's optional multifunction seven-inch touch-screen display with navigation. The display screen has a Pandora icon for internet radio from an iPhone. Pandora can also be viewed on the display screen and songs can be given the familiar Pandora thumbs up or thumbs down. (By selecting the thumbs down icon, that particular song will never be played again.) Pandora can be connected to the head unit via a USB cable and integrates album cover art.
Hyundai Elantra SE and Sport have an AM/FM/SiriusXM/CD/MP3 audio system with six speakers. This system also includes iPod®/USB auxiliary inputs. The Sport and Limited trims come equipped with a 4.3-inch color touchscreen audio with standard rearview camera. This system is part of the Preferred Package on the Elantra SE. Elantra Limited features an optional premium audio system with navigation that pumps out 360-watts of sound and includes an external amplifier. It also accesses digital music files employing Bluetooth streaming audio and allows the driver and passengers to access their personal listening devices through the iPod/USB/auxiliary inputs. Bluetooth audio wirelessly streams music from a phone to the audio system.
NVH IMPROVEMENTS HAPPEN AT HYUNDAI SPEED
Since the launch of the current generation in 2010 as a 2011 model, Elantra has undergone significant changes to reduce cabin noise. These engineering changes will be noticed immediately by driver and passengers:
Features to help block engine noise:
- New HVAC duct absorption material
- Increased anti-vibration upper cowl pad thickness and coverage area
- New hood insulator added to Elantra Sport and Limited
- Raised cowl top
Features to help block road noise:
- New higher density carpet
- Increased anti-vibration floor pad thickness
- Additional expandable foam in the A pillars
- New 16-inch and 17-inch wheels for improved NVH
- Applied full underbody cover
Features to help block combustion noise:
- New perforated anti-vibration material in dash panel
The 2014 Hyundai Elantra now offers the 2.0-liter "Nu" GDI engine in the all-new Sport trim. This addition will be very popular with consumers who are looking for exceptional responsiveness, refinement and more performance. The 2.0-liter Nu GDI engine in the Elantra Sport produces 173 horsepower at 6500 rpm and 154 lb.-ft. of torque at 4700 rpm. This adds 25 more horsepower (+ 17 percent) and 23 lb.-ft. of torque (+18 percent) when compared with last model year's 1.8-liter Nu engine from the prior model year. These performance gains were achieved by increasing the displacement of the 1.8-liter Nu engine to 2.0 liters and equipping it with a GDI fuel delivery system. The stroke of the 1.8-liter Nu engine was increased from 87.2 mm to 97 mm to get the displacement up to 2.0 liters. The 2.0-liter Nu has been tuned to provide more torque at 1,500 rpm than the outgoing 1.8-liter Nu. The engine also delivers more torque - from 4,000 rpm to 5,500 rpm - for impressive linear power delivery all the way up to redline. Equipping the Elantra Sedan Sport with the 2.0-liter Nu four-cylinder engine with GDI ensures a great balance between performance and fuel economy. The Elantra Sedan Sport with the 2.0-liter GDI engine and six-speed automatic transmission achieves an EPA estimated 24 city/35 highway mpg with a ULEV emissions rating. The 1.8-liter Nu four-cylinder engine with six-speed automatic when equipped with 15 or 16-inch wheels achieves an EPA estimated 28 city/38 highway mpg.
Under the hood of the Elantra SE and Limited sedans is the 1.8-liter Nu four-cylinder engine with 145 horsepower and 130 lb.-ft. of torque.
THE BENEFITS OF GASOLINE DIRECT INJECTION
This shorter, more direct path of fuel delivery, allows for greater control of the fuel mixture at the optimum moment, thus improving efficiency. The fuel is injected by a camshaft-driven, high pressure pump that operates at pressures up to 2,176 psi. Direct injection also utilizes a higher than normal 11.5:1 compression ratio for increased power. The pistons are "dished" to increase combustion efficiency in the cylinder.
Nu engines feature an aluminum block with a cast iron cylinder liner and aluminum cylinder head. They also offer Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing (D-CVVT) camshafts and hydraulic engine mounts for optimum power, efficiency and refinement. Using CVVT on both camshafts has several advantages when compared with using it just on the intake camshaft, including a two percent improvement in performance (increased volumetric efficiency), two percent improvement in fuel economy (reduced pumping loss) and a 30 percent reduction in hydrocarbon emissions. In the valvetrain, roller swing arms and hydraulic lash adjusters reduce valve driven friction to improve fuel economy one percent compared with direct valve driving. The Nu engine family also features a maintenance-free silent timing chain system to enhance durability and improve Noise Vibration and Harshness (NVH).
The application of a plastic two-stage Variable Intake System (VIS) versus aluminum, enables switching between long and short intake manifolds, resulting in a four percent improvement in performance.
Another tool Hyundai engineers have incorporated into Elantra is an electronic throttle control. The electronic throttle control replaces the conventional cable and mechanical linkage with fast responding electronics. This system accurately controls air intake and engine torque, improving drivability, response and fuel economy.
The Nu four-cylinder engine also has an offset crankshaft design that reduces friction between the piston and cylinder wall for a one percent improvement in fuel economy.
CHASSIS AND STEERING REFINEMENTS
Under the skin, the new 2014 Hyundai Elantra Sedan Sport trim level has significant alterations aimed at enhancing handling and steering. A reworked Motor Driven Power Steering (MDPS) setup reduces friction and provides a quicker ratio for a more responsive cornering attitude. Stiffer dampers, rear springs and a larger front stabilizer bar on the Sport deliver better front roll control / stiffness and more fluid suspension action.
Behind the wheel of the entry level Elantra SE and top-of-the-line Elantra Limited, drivers benefit from Hyundai's Driver Selectable Steering Mode, with three operating modes - Comfort, Normal and Sport. This innovative system allows drivers to adapt the Elantra's steering characteristics to varying driving preferences and road conditions. Comfort mode is ideal for city and parking environments, offering the greatest ease of steering with a decrease in steering effort. Normal mode is ideal for a mix of driving conditions. Meanwhile, Sport Mode is optimized for higher-speed freeways or winding roads and decreases power steering assistance. The Driver Selectable Steering Mode not only adjusts power assistance levels in each mode, but also adjusts on-center build-up feel and steering build-up curves throughout the steering range, for a very natural and progressive feel. Steering dampening characteristics, active return and friction levels have also been optimized in Elantra.
Elantra is still a "class above" some competitors when it comes to interior room. In fact, the Elantra is so roomy the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) classifies it as a mid-size car, rather than a compact car like Civic, Mazda3 and Focus. Elantra's total interior volume of 110.4 cubic feet beats the 2013 Honda Civic sedan, 2014 Chevrolet Cruze, and 2014 Ford Focus. Surprisingly, it even surpasses the Acura TSX (108.5 cu. ft.), Nissan Maxima (110.0 cu. ft), and VW CC (106.8 cu. ft.) in total interior volume. Ultimately, the long wheelbase allows for compact car efficiency with mid-size car comfort. An example of this is found in the long seat track, delivering best-in-class front seat legroom. Elantra's trunk volume at 14.8 cubic feet also beats Civic and Corolla. This means Elantra's trunk can fit three sets of golf clubs versus only two for Focus and Civic.
Named a "2013 Top Safety Pick+" by the IIHS and the holder of a NHTSA five-star overall crash safety rating, the Elantra returns for 2014 with a Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC), driver's blind spot mirror and Blue Link. HAC minimizes rolling backwards on steep ascents while the blind spot mirror provides a view of the driver's blind spot.
2014 Standard Safety Features
- Six airbags
- Vehicle Stability Management
- Electronic Stability Control (ESC) /Traction Control (TC)
- ABS with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist
- Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC)
- Seatbelt pretensioners
- Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
- Daytime Running Lights (DRL)
- Driver's blind spot mirror
HYUNDAI ASSURANCE CONNECTED CARE POWERED BY BLUE LINK®
Hyundai's industry-leading telematics services program, Assurance Connected Care, is standard on the 2014 Elantra Limited, for three years. This innovative ownership program provides Hyundai owners with proactive safety and Car Care services via the Hyundai Blue Link telematics system. These services include Automatic Collision Notification, Enhanced Roadside Assistance, Automatic Diagnostic Trouble Code Notification, Monthly Vehicle Health Report and in-vehicle Car Care maintenance scheduling.
Hyundai also recently introduced an all-new mobile app for the Blue Link telematics platform. The mobile app allows subscribers to remotely access various optional Blue Link features and services through compatible mobile devices. Completely redesigned from the ground up, the app has been significantly enhanced from the previous version and boasts a new user experience, faster navigation and innovative new features. Google Android® and Apple® iOS users can download the app from Google Play or Apple iTunes, respectively.
Blue Link is an innovative telematics solution that brings seamless connectivity for safety, service and infotainment capabilities and is offered in three packages: Assurance, Essentials and Guidance.
2014 Hyundai Elantra Review, Ratings, Specs, Prices, and Photos
Now at the front of a segment where it once barely registered, the Hyundai Elantra wears a stylish look and a full feature set that outshines stalwarts like the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla. For 2014, a new engine and some slightly revised exterior looks bring updates to the Elantra line.
For 2014, the Elantra still is available in three varieties: the handsome sedan, the catchy Coupe, and the Euro-derived GT hatchback, which actually shares little with the others in terms of body structure.
It's a relatively mild rework to the Elantra lineup, from the outside. The accomplished styling of the current car now gets new front and rear ends, with LED fillips around the headlamps on Sport and Limited sedan models; those trim levels and the Coupe and GT also get LED taillamps. The rest? It's still a convenient metaphor for Hyundai itself, more interesting and more accomplished than ever. The Elantra wears a complex set of curves that collect in one fell swoop toward the rear end, where the boomerang door cuts give it a shove forward. It's an energetic look on par with the Focus and Mazda 3, and it's back up with a daring cockpit (except in the oddly more traditional GT), with the hourglass of the center console a defining shape that just happens to function perfectly as a comfy knee rest. This year, the center stack's vents are reshaped, and the climate control system gets two knobs for climate control, instead of the rather flimsy single knob it had.
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The Elantra remains lean and efficient, with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine standard in the base SE sedan (formerly dubbed the GLS) and the Limited. Rated at 148 horsepower and 131 pound-feet of torque, this powertrain's fairly smooth and accelerates respectably through a six-speed automatic or a six-speed manual. Generally, the Elantra doesn't feel as energetic or engaging as the Ford Focus, though, because its throttle is slow to respond to inputs.
To correct some of that, this year's new engine appears on a new Sedan Sport model, as well as on all Coupes and GTs. It's a 2.0-liter four we've experienced in the Kia Forte, and here it makes 173 horsepower and 154 pound-feet of torque, up 23 hp and 25 lb-ft from the smaller four. We'll have to defer on driving impressions until we get behind the wheel of the Elantra with the new engine--and with a round of handling changes that include three-mode steering on the SE and Limited sedan, stiffer shocks and springs and a bigger stabilizer bar on the Sport sedan, and revised steering feel on all models.
With its EPA-legit mid-size interior, the Elantra feels bigger than its competition, except the Dodge Dart. It's a supportive environment too, with ample space in the sedan and coupe, slightly less in the shorter GT. Sedans have fine leg room, but rear-seat head room is tight even for medium-sized passengers. Coupes don't have a simple single-lever arrangement, which makes it a bit futzier to get into the cramped back seats. The rear seats fold forward easily, if not completely flat, and that allows longer objects to be loaded into the relatively large, wide trunk. The Elantra's interior has lots of useful cubbies and storage bins, including a covered one that sits ahead of the shift lever: it also contains the aux jack, a power point, and the USB port in an easy to reach module, perfect for connecting smartphones.
Last year, all Elantra sedans were rated at five stars overall by the NHTSA, and were IIHS Top Safety Picks, with an "acceptable" rating in the new small-overlap test. Those scores should carry over to the new model year, since structural changes are minor.
The new Elantra sedan lineup now includes the SE, Limited, and Sport models. Coupes and GTs are sold in a single configuration, with limited options. All Elantras come with power windows, locks, and mirrors; keyless entry; and (on automatic models) air conditioning; cruise control; Bluetooth with audio streaming; and telescopic steering. Coupes now get a standard rear spoiler; 17-inch wheels; blackout grille trim; and a leather-wrapped shifter and steering wheel. All versions can stream audio via the Pandora app and a USB connection. A new 4.3-inch touchscreen radio with a rearview camera is now standard on the Sport and Limited sedans, and an option on the SE, while Limiteds get a new navigation system as an option.