Hyundai Elantra HD (2006-2011) has been discontinued. See all Hyundai Sedans.
Wishing I Still Had Her.
2006 HD newer shape after poxy old one. Was still not keen but had low k's and had everything in it. We had the slx model and was amazed by how good it drove, how responsive it was. We drove it home to qld from new mid north coast and used half a tank of fuel for 7 and three quarter hours driving time. Had the car just in 2 years and put and extra 60 000 km on clock. So comfortable, everything at fingertips.
It treated us great and would highly recommend it. Even though it was not my cup of tea, it did what we wanted and needed and have eve...n considered getting another. The only reason we do not have her anymore as some jack)$ s in a patrol ran us off the road in the wet and we ended up backwards in a ditch written off. She held up great panel wise barely a thing wrong. No airbags deployed but underneath was trashed. Would recommend to all. Reliable, inexpensive, fuel miser, enjoyable One hyundai service centre trying to do the dodgy on one of our services, she is written off.
I rented this car for 14 days as my Mazda 2 (which i adore) was being repaired after an accident. I find the Elantra quite surprisingly very good. Despite feeling "heavy" the vehicle was very comfortable, economical and very reliable. The stereo system is excellent and the boot space was just amazing for a car of it's size. I am a huge fan of an attractive dashboard and found the Elantra's interior attractive. The heater was very powerful that i had to turn it down on many occasions. I am very impressed with this car. Highly recommended.
Comfort, amazingly huge boot, brilliant stereo, pwr steering, economical, strong air con/heater and attractive dashboard.
The car can feel "heavy"
After having holden and fords, a mazda and BMW, you cannot beat the value of these things. For an everyday car at 19,000 thousand great value. Yes, the finish isn't as good as some others but reliability is the same ad running costs are cheaper, and don't forget the lower price tag means less depreciation in terms of dollars. lets face it after two years you lose about 50% on price on ay new car, that means I have lost 9 compared to about 16 grande on others.I put wider tyres and rims on mine and it drives so much better. I have done over 80,00...0ks in two years and no problems whatsoever, I had a commodore and falcon previously and the money I saved on running this thing means it has cost me about 30% - 40% less, and trouble free motoring an added bonus. Value for money, good on fuel and servicig costs and reliable not finished as well as a toyota or mazda in terms of paint and interior fitout.
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great value for the price
get a lot for your money, smooth to drive, nice looking car
|Category||Cars and Sedans|
|Transmission||Automatic and Manual|
|Drive Type||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)|
|ANCAP Safety Rating||3 Stars|
|Fuel Consumption||7.8 L/100km|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||53 L|
|Engine||4 Cylinder 2.0L|
|Max Power||105kW @ 6000rpm|
|Max Torque||186Nm @ 4000rpm|
|Country of Manufacture||South Korea|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year(s)|
|Release date||Aug 2006|
|Discontinuation date||May 2011|
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