2011 Hyundai Elantra

December 20, 2010 Categorized under Hyundai - No Comment

2011 hyundai elantra

Hyundai introduced another exciting model, its all-new 2011 Hyundai Elantra at the Los Angeles Auto Show. This marks the world debut of the latest version of the popular compact sedan. The 2011 Elantra encompasses Hyundai’s latest ambitions including “Fluidic Sculpture” design, advanced safety and fuel efficiency.

HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2011 HYUNDAI ELANTRA: All-new fifth generation Elantra compact sedan, “Fluidic Sculpture” design, Launches with new 1.8-liter “Nu” engine and in-house six-speed automatic transmission, 40 mpg highway on all 2011 Hyundai Elantra models with A/T or M/T, Best-in-class standard fuel economy, Improved fuel efficiency by up to 18 percent over its predecessor, More fuel efficient than Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla, Production began at Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama in November with shipments to dealers before year-end, “Class-above” mid-size car interior volume, Standard VSM, ESC, TCS, ABS with Brake Assist and EBD, Touch-screen navigation with rearview camera and iPod®/USB inputs, Bluetooth® hands-free phone system with voice recognition, Segment first: Heated rear seats.

The 2011 Hyundai Elantra can be equipped with a six-speed manual (M6CF3-1) or automatic (A6GF1) transaxle with SHIFTRONIC manual control. The 2011 Elantra is the first small car in the Hyundai lineup to receive a six-speed automatic. Hyundai now has its own six-speed automatic transmissions in its small, medium and large FWD cars. Hyundai is also only one of four global car manufacturers building their own unique six-speed automatic transmissions.

The all-new hyundai Elantra rides on a 106.3-inch wheelbase, just two-inches longer than the previous generation. Its overall length has increased by 0.9 inches to 178.3 inches, with the 69.9-inch width remaining the same. The height has been lowered by 1.8 inches to 56.5 inches, without affecting headroom. Consequently, 2011 Hyundai Elantra maintains its “class above” status when it comes to interior room, in comparison to Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla. In fact, the 2011 Hyundai Elantra is so roomy the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) classifies it as a mid-size car, not a compact car like Civic and Corolla.

2011 hyundai elantra

2011 Hyundai Elantra MSRP


Model Engine Transmission Suggested Retail
Elantra GLS 1.8L 4-cylinder 6-speed Manual Transmission $14,830
Elantra GLS 1.8L 4-cylinder 6-speed Automatic Transmission w/ SHIFTRONIC® $17,080
Elantra GLS 1.8L 4-cylinder PZEV 6-speed Automatic Transmission w/ SHIFTRONIC® $17,080
Elantra Limited 1.8L 4-cylinder 6-speed Automatic Transmission w/ SHIFTRONIC® $19,980
Elantra Limited 1.8L 4-cylinder PZEV 6-speed Automatic Transmission w/ SHIFTRONIC® $19,980
Note:  All prices in this release do not contain a freight charge of $795

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