The Hyundai Elantra is anticipated to be a carryover without any significant changes for 2019. Having simply undergone a redesign for 2017, it’s most likely that we’ll only see minor tweaks. Unfortunately, Hyundai has actually not yet launched official specifications or rates yet for the 2019 model.
Awaiting the 2019 Hyundai Elantra will probably imply paying increased prices for a car that isn’t really considerably various from its 2018 equivalent. Information of the ’19 Elantra’s styling and aspects of its feature set will likewise have a short service life; Hyundai is expected to give the car a midcycle refreshing for model-year 2020. Keep in mind too that the Forte from Hyundai’s brother or sister brand, Kia, shares Elantra’s fundamental engineering and some powertrains. The Forte will be totally upgraded for model-year 2019, so if you like this South Korean moms and dad company’s compact-car formula, you may want to think about awaiting the all-new Forte.
2019 Hyundai Elantra Interior
Happily, there was no retreat on interior decoration. Rollovering for 2019 will be instruments and controls that are modern, rationally arranged, and easy to use. Expect all sedans but the base SE come standard with a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system that includes support for Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto. The GT’s control scheme will remain distinct. Its main touchscreen sits atop the center of the control panel, where it works well but it seems more of an afterthought than the sedan’s integrated service.
Guest convenience on all models will again be great for the class. Front and rear occupants have generous legroom. Headroom suffers a bit below the housing of the readily available sunroof (which is scenic on the GT), however only the extremely tall might gripe.
2019 Hyundai Elantra Features
The existing Elantra uses a highly varied range of setups, ranging from the fuel-efficient Eco model that gets up to 40 mpg, to the surprisingly vivacious Elantra Sport powered by a 201 hp turbocharged engine. For more versatility, the brand name likewise uses the Elantra GT hatchback.
2019 Hyundai Elantra Market
Buyers need to be aware that the Elantra is built in 2 areas: Alabama here in the United States and Ulsan in South Korea. There are small differences, primarily involving color options, such as Scarlet Red vs. Scarlet Red Pearl. We advise talking to your dealer to ensure you’re getting exactly the color you want.
In terms of offers, the Elantra usually benefits from an array of refunds, financing promos and lease specials. Although it’s seldom among the least expensive cars to lease, we think it’s worth keeping in mind that factory cash incentives tend to be more generous than other models in Hyundai’s lineup.
2019 Hyundai Elantra Production and Competition
Secret competitors consist of the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla and Chevrolet Cruze. The 2019 Hyundai Elantra is anticipated to start production in June 2018.