Hyundai Elantra Gets New Value Edition Model for 2017

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Hyundai has quickly flipped the script on its history, becoming a well-liked and good-selling brand here in the U.S. following some rocky years early on. Despite becoming more popular each year, the automaker still remembers its roots: building cars with desirable features and low prices. And it’s doing just that with the newly released 2017 Elantra Value Edition.

The 2017 Elantra Value Edition rolls in boasting a slew of extra features without a massive price hike. This includes bits like LED daytime running lights, a hands-free Smart Trunk, sunroof, heated front seats and a 7-inch Display Audio system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Shoppers also get a power driver’s seat, Bluetooth connectivity, dual-zone auto cruise control, a proximity key with push-button start, an auto-dimming rearview mirror with HomeLink, and a leather-wrapped shifter knob and steering wheel. Hyundai is also throwing in extra safety goodies like blind-spot detection, rear cross-traffic assist and lane-change assist.

Hyundai Elantra

Despite all the added features this model comes with, it’s a relative steal at $21,085 (destination fees included). At this price, the Value Edition saves buyers a cool $1,215 when compared to adding all its features one by one to the SE trim. As for positioning, this puts the Value Edition between the SE ($17,985) and the Eco version ($21,485).

In addition to this new, value-oriented trim, the 2017 Elantra has a few decent deals this month, including a 36-month lease that runs $169 per month after putting down $1,999 (SE Auto). Alternatively, Hyundai is offering 0.9% APR for 60 months with $1,000 bonus cash. Shoppers can even get as much as $3,250 in combined savings when financing at non-promotional rates.

, Automotive Editor

Justin Cupler has specialized as an automotive writer since 2009 and has been published in multiple websites and online magazines. In addition to contributing to CarsDirect, Justin also hosts a web-series car-review show and dabbles in the world of personal-finance writing.

His specialty is in the high-performance realm, but he has a deep love and understanding for all things automotive. Before diving into the world of writing, Justin was an automotive technician and manager for six years and spent the majority of his younger life tinkering with classic muscle cars.

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