2014 HYUNDAI ELANTRA 1.8 Sedan
Hyundai unveiled the completely new Elantra in 2012, and the car continues with minor changes for 2014. The spacious 5-seater is offered with either a 1.6-litre or a 1.8-litre in most markets, both 4-cylinder engines mated to a standard 6-speed automatic with manual-shift capability. Some GCC markets, such as Saudi Arabia, get a 2.0-litre instead of the 1.8-litre, with an automatic gearbox. The new front-wheel-drive platform has independent front and live-axle rear suspension. Standard features include 15-inch steel wheels with hubcaps, four-wheel-disc brakes, cloth upholstery, power steering, electric mirrors, keyless entry, power windows, CD/MP3 stereo with AUX/USB input and manual a/c. Higher models get 17-inch alloy wheels, intelligent keyless entry with starter button, better stereo, faux leather upholstery, fog lamps, sunroof, cruise control, power driver's seat, parking sensors and more, but not all features will be offered by all dealers. Safety features include one standard airbag and ABS, mid-range models get two airbags, while the higher models get six airbags and stability control.
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