2013 Hyundai Elantra Limited 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl 6A)
My wife and I were looking for a commuter car that had navigation, leather and a sunroof.
We considered and test drove the Mazda 3, Escort, Civic, Cruze,
and the Elantra Limited. We evaluated features, price, comfort, power, styling, warranty, gas mileage and build quality.
When using our criteria, the Elantra was the clear winner.
We have 1,500 miles on the car and are averaging 33 mpg in mixed driving.
You will get 40+ on the highway.
As previous reviews said, the road noise can be loud at times; however, on a smooth road, it is of normal volume.
All in all, you will not be disappointed with this purchase.
Hyundai has come a long way in a short period of time.
Cockpit feel when behind the wheel, heated front and back seats, voice activated navigation and bluetooth, warranty, and exterior styling
could use a little more power, spare tire should be an option
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