- The Hyundai Elantra Coupe has been eliminated from the Korean automaker's U.S. lineup for 2015.
- "Yes, it is discontinued," wrote Jim Trainor, a Hyundai Motor America spokesman, in response to a query. "We've decided to put all our focus on Elantra sedan and Elantra GT."
- Car shoppers now have fewer choices in the affordable compact coupe segment.
The short-lived Elantra coupe was offered for the 2013-'14 model years. It is based on the Elantra sedan and is pitched as having a significant "fun factor," by the automaker.
Hyundai dealers will continue to sell remaining inventories of the 2014 Elantra Coupe. It starts at $20,410, including an $810 destination charge.
Edmunds says: The Hyundai Elantra choices have narrowed down to two, as the Korean automaker deletes the Elantra coupe for 2015.