Hyundai's Elantra has been redesigned for 2001. They've made it larger and roomier. The four-cylinder engine is larger and more powerful than last year's, and remains better than many other subcompacts. Elantra's list of standard features indicates its anything but a rudimentary vehicle. Keeping loyal customers continues to be tied to a surprisingly complete warranty. The Hyundai Advantage extends bumper-to-bumper coverage to five years or 60,000 miles, while the powertrain is warranted for 10 years or 100,000 miles. Hyundai's warranty wouldn't mean much unless the Elantra were reliable and owners could count on this compact. In fact, if the vehicle were difficult to live with then all the guarantees in the world would not mean much. Fortunately, the Elantra is much improved and continues to improve in fit-and-finish while providing decent performance. The Elantra continues to make great strides in changing perceptions of small Korean cars. The previous edition Elantra proved that Hyundai was making an unqualified mark on the economy car market. This year's improvements to the car along with the extensive warranty Hyundai instituted, advanced the brand in many car buyer's minds. Hyundai continues with the third generation by maintaining Elantra's solid position of offering a sensible, well-equipped subcompact at a reasonable price.
Lease prices from Hyundai remain very inexpensive following last month's price cuts. At $149/month, the 2020 Elantra remains one of the cheapest cars you can lease. However,... View All Hyundai Lease Deals