New 2021 Hyundai Elantra Sport Review
New 2021 Hyundai Elantra Sport Review – The Hyundai Elantra 2021 is a sensible, small sedan that scores great when it comes to overall value and safety. But will not get a racing pulse when it comes to driving excitement or exterior style. That said, some of Elantra’s versions are more interesting and interesting than others.
We are mainly attracted by Elantra GT, a useful-and handsome-four-door hatchback which is a more practical alternative to Elantra sedan. The GT is also slightly sharper to drive and is available in N Line Trim, which, along with the Elantra Sport sedan, gets a more powerful engine and upgrades the suspension.
New 2021 Hyundai Elantra Sport Review
Now Elantra Generation debuted for 2017, but there was a significant design change last year. For 2021, Hyundai is largely focused on the powertrain. All Elantra sedan with a natural machine is sucked now using continuous variable transmission. The Elantra GT gained a six-speed traditional automatic, but all other turbocharged engines, including Elantra Sport, were paired with a dual-clutch unit.
Every Elantra except GT gets the standard dual-zone automatic climate control, lane-keeping help, and automatic emergency braking.
There are six trim levels for the sedan and two for the hatchback. Among them, Hyundai mixes in four different machines and several different transmissions. Entry-level SE, CELL, Value Edition, and Trim level Limited all come standard with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder that delivers 147 horsepower and 132 pound-foot torque. SE is rated for 35 MPG combined, while the rest of the trims get a combined ranking of 34-MPG. A four-cylinder 1.4-liter turbocharged that generates 128 HP and 156 lb-ft torque standard on fuel-Miser Eco Trim levels, which nets 36 MPG combined.
The Elantra GT comes standard with a 2.0-liter inline-four that generates 161 HP and 150 lb-ft torque and back 27 MPG combined. And finally, Elantra Sport and Elantra GT N Line are equipped with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder turbocharged that delivers 201 HP and 195 lb-ft torque. Sports reach 29 MPG combined. The GT N Line gets 26 mpg combined with six manual speeds or 28 MPG combined with an automatic transmission.
2021 Hyundai Elantra Sport Engine
Sports-enhanced cue design is just the beginning. Elantra Sport was powered by a 1.6 L turbocharged gasoline direct injection four-cylinder engine producing 201 horsepower and 195 lb-ft torque. You can match that power with the 6-speed manual or the 7-speed dual-clutch transmission available with the paddle Shifters steering wheel.
Elantra’s full-LED energy lights shine brighter and farther with greater precision. Even more, you don’t have to strain when driving at night. The cooling tone of the LEDs makes it easier on your eyes.
2021 Hyundai Elantra Sport Interior
Elantra Indra When you and your proximity keys are close and open your baggage automatically. So loading fast and easy when your hands are full.
2021 Hyundai Elantra Sport Features
When you look better, you drive safer. There is 7-inch display audio from Elantra with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto simplifies access to apps and entertainment through the touchscreen, so you can focus more on driving. The rearview Monitor with parking Guide helps you create a backup and park too.
Charge your phone even without thinking about it. Without annoying cables or plugs, you can charge your Qi-compatible device only by placing it on the available charging mat.
For sophisticated safety and comfort, we don’t cut corners. Our vehicles fully surround you and your passengers with various features that automatically look out for you. From cameras to ultrasonic sensors to radar, our sophisticated network acts as an extra set of eyes when you are driving or parked. You will know it as a peace of mind. We call it the Hyundai SmartSense.