Used Hyundai Elantra cars for sale
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About Hyundai Elantra cars on motors.co.uk
- Most popular ColourSilver
- Most popular fuel typeDiesel
- Average Power delivery112 BHP
- Average fuel economy40 MPG
- Average price£1,395
- Average mileage87,111
Insurance Group 19, TAX and MOT till Oct, Clean condition. Features: metallic paint
Insurance Group 17, 2 Registered Keepers, Remote Central Locking, Electric Windows, Electric Sunroof, Electric Mirrors, ABS, Air Conditioning, Powe...
AUTOMATIC , , Central Locking, Electric Windows, Electric Sunroof, Electric Mirrors, Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Drivers Airbag, Passenger Ai...
Insurance Group 17, Finished in silver metallic with grey luxury interior trim.Specification including , Power Steering, Central Locking, Electric ...
Insurance Group 19, 2 Registered Keepers, Central Door Locking - Remote ,TURBO DIESEL,Immobiliser,Alarm - Remote Control,Anti-Lock Brakes,Power-Ass...
Insurance Group 15, Front Electric Windows, Central Locking, Power Steering,MOT JULY 2013,TAKEN IN PART EXCHANGE LAST OWNER SINCE 2006,P/X TO CLEAR
Insurance Group 15, 1 Registered Keeper, 2002 02 reg HYUNDAI ELANTRA 1.6 GSi 4dr Auto, Manual, Saloon, Petrol, 99,000 miles. Metallic SILVER, Stand...
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Insurance Group 19, Finished in metallic silver, this car is fully loaded including Full leather interior, Full electric pack, Air con ,Alloys etc,...
The Hyundai Elantra is a medium sized car that’ll suit families down to the ground because of its low cost and good overall value. Displaying all the characteristics you’d expect from a car from South Korea, there’s not much that can go wrong, and that’s what makes it so appealing. Solidly built, comfortable and reliable, it’s a great option for pottering around on a daily basis.
First released in 1990, several different generations of the Elantra can be seen, and a definite progression on the design front is evident; original versions were relatively non-descript, while the most modern are just wonderful. With a compact nature, a front wheel drive setup and saloon, estate or hatchback availability, it’s certainly targeted to meet the needs of a range of individuals.
To look at, you wouldn’t think much of the first generations, but that’s because early 90s designs weren’t overly impressive anyway. The latest versions are completely the opposite however, and ‘fluidic sculpture’ style is striking and bold. Interior designs have always been quirky, but comfortable and intuitive at the same time. A whole heap of kit, relatively large boot on estate models and decent cabin space mean it’s very usable for everyday jobs.
Predictable and somewhat poised on the road, the Elantra doesn’t really like to go out in bad conditions, but will have a go anyway. A ride that’s firm but fair and adequate grip from the front tyres make for a straightforward experience that’ll neither excite nor disappoint. A wealth of engines can be found on older models, but newer ones are more refined and economical, despite a lack of speed.
With the Hyundai you do get good value, and this is reflected the most in second hand costs, which are minimal. Indeed here at Motors.co.uk it’s incredibly easy to get your hands on a fantastic deal that’ll let you drive without destroying your bank balance. You’ll pay pennies for a used Hyundai Elantra, thanks to some sizable price reductions, and ultimately get a solid car at the end. It’s a win-win situation.
Clearly then, the Hyundai Elantra is one of those cars with which time has been kind. Several generations have been released, each one being more impressive than the last, and the most modern are very attractive to say the least. While they aren’t particularly fast, they do work well and won’t let you down. People looking to get excellent value for money could really hook a whale of a catch with this car.