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A Look at the 2012 Hyundai Elantra

Last updated 7 years ago

The 2012 Hyundai Elantra will set precedents for years to come. Any driver who’s looking for a new compact car with the room of a mid-size vehicle and the sleekness of a sports car should consider the 2012 Elantra. 

  • Performance:  With a lighter engine and standard 40 mpg, the Hyundai Elantra outdoes its competition by miles. Its groundbreaking six-speed automatic transmission creates a smoother ride and better fuel efficiency. Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing reduces emissions and increases fuel economy.
  • Safety:  The vehicle stability management system comprises electronic stability control, traction control system, and anti-lock brake system, and engages in any potentially hazardous situation. Electronic stability control corrects oversteering and has been shown to cut down on single-car accidents by 30%. The traction control system enables safer driving in inclement weather. Anti-lock brakes make it possible to keep control of the vehicle when you come to a sudden stop.
  • Interior:  The Elantra is technically a compact car, but the government classifies it as a midsize vehicle because of all its leg room. All the audio and climate controls are within easy reach of the driver and noise, vibration, and harshness have all been reduced. iPod and USB ports are available for instant entertainment on the road. XM radio and navigation system are options as well.
  • Exterior:  The 2012 Elantra’s exterior is sportier than previous compact cars. This vehicle is also more intuitive than its competitors. When your key is in the proximity of the vehicle, a push of a button will start the car.

If you’re in the New Orleans area and are in the market for a new or pre-owned Hyundai, then call (888) 903-3785 or visit Bohn Hyundai today. Our new and pre-owned Hyundai dealership also offers repair and maintenance at our quality service center.


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