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2013 Hyundai Elantra GT Consumer Discussions

This car is coming soon, and supposedly Hyundai has made sporty steering and suspension this time. I had just about decided on a Mazda3 SkyActiv hatch, but first I think I'll head to the NY Auto Sh?...

This is my family's 4th Hyundai. I started with a 2001 Elantra GT hatchback, then a 2010 Elantra Touring SE, then got my son a used 2009 Elantra. I was actually looking for another Elantra Touring (si...

I too am very disappointed. I have 3900 miles on my 2013 Elantra GT and if I go thru a whole tank local driving only I get about 18mpg. If I drive some highway I might get 22. If I drive all highway I...

That plus the 10+ years I've had on my 2004 Elantra GT with almost nothing but normal maintenance and repair keep Hyundai on my scope when I look for a new vehicle....

I would rank my new 2014 Elantra GT pretty high. It seems Hyundai is listening to customers, since one of the biggest complaints about the 2013 was performance. The new 2.0L (mine has manual transmiss...

Having driven maybe 75 different fuel efficient vehicles within any number of segments this year alone all the while keeping very close tabs on the fuel economy including odometer offsets, aFCD offset...

I sold my 2010 Elantra Touring to the dealer and purchased a 2013 Elantra GT and I feel so cheated! My 2010 was such a lemon but was not told by service how to turn it in as such. Then it broke down...

So apparently Hyundai is killing the Touring and replacing it with what seems to be a smaller GT (familiar name). Here's a link to an article from the Chicago Auto Show. Very disappointed, since the?...

My total cost will be $47 a month, 36 months, 12,000 miles a year (we drive less than 10,000 a year). Nothing out of pocket. In addition, I'll get two $250 gift cards ($500 total), never expire, goo...

Can you provide me with May money factor and residual value for a 36 month 12,000 miles lease for both a 2013 Elantra GT with the Touch-and-Go package and a GT with the Style Package?...

I noticed at the dealer that the new 2013 Elantra GT had Nexen tires, and KIA is using them on the Optima. If Hyundai/KIA is using them OE, then that's good enough for me to throw a set on before t...
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