A completely redesigned Hyundai Elantra is reaching U.S. dealerships this fall. The 2021 pricing has been recently announced.
The first-ever Elantra Hybrid with 54 mpg combined EPA-rated fuel economy, and a sporty N Line version with specific design elements, mechanical improvements and a 6-speed manual transmission will be available too.
Compared with the 2020 Elantra SE entry-level model, the 2021 Elantra SE has got 16 new or enhanced features available as standard.
- Idle Stop & Go (ISG)
- 4-wheel disc brakes instead of rear drum brakes on the previousl model
- Combined EPA estimated 37 mpg (was 35 mpg before)
- Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist with Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist
- Pedestrian Detection for Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
- Lane Following Assist
- High Beam Assist
- Safe Exit Warning
- 15-inch alloy wheels (were 15-inch steel wheels with covers before)
- LED Daytime Running Lights for projector headlights
- 4.2-inch color TFT cluster display instead of a 3.5-inch display
- Auto headlight control
- 8-inch Display Audio instead of the previous 5-inch one
- HD Radio
- Wireless Android Auto / Apple CarPlay
- Dual USB Input (previously was only one).
Pricing without a destination charge:
Trim Level Base MSRP Engine Transmission
SE $19,650 2.0L 4-cylinder IVT*
SEL $20,900 2.0L 4-cylinder IVT
SEL Hybrid $23,550 Hybrid powertrain 6-speed DCT
N Line MT $24,100 1.6L Turbo 4-cylinder 6-speed manual
N Line DCT $25,200 1.6L Turbo 4-cylinder 6-speed DCT
Limited $25,450 2.0L 4-cylinder IVT
Limited Hybrid $28,100 Hybrid powertrain 6-speed DCT
*IVT – Intelligent Variable Transmission
The destination charge is $995. Addional packages include the SEL Convenience Package of $950, and SEL Premium Package that costs $3,050.
Source: Hyundai USA