I’m usually an SUV or Crossover girl, but I loved driving this Hyundai Elantra for a week! It offered plenty of room, zip, safety features, and fun!
I can tell you if we had college kids, they would be driving a Hyundai Elantra. I think it is a perfect car for young people because it is stylish and fun to drive, yet has plenty of safety features to keep your kids safe. Plus, you can keep your gas money in your wallet because it just sips the gas instead of guzzling it like many other cars.
This Hyundai Elantra is a real head turner. We had the bright red color and had several people check out the car.
David wanted me to make sure I showed you these awesome wheels.
I was a little concerned at first about taking the Hyundai Elantra on an out-of-town trip. However, I’m so glad we did because it was a perfect choice. It was very comfortable, much more comfortable than I expected for its size. We had plenty of legroom and headroom, and we are fairly tall and wide. 🙂
I loved the navigation system and the satellite radio. I found the entire layout of the dashboard easy to use, and easy to find everything I needed, including the navigation system and safety features that you normally see in more expensive cars. I had all the features we needed but the design was simple enough so we can find everything.
The back seat had enough room.
You can easily fit 5 people comfortably in this vehicle.
I love the Hyundai Elantra’s moonroof.
The Hyundai Elantra is offered in 3 trim levels: SE, Value Edition, and Limited. You can get the blind spot monitoring in the Value Edition and Limited trims.
If you are looking for a new vehicle for you or your driving age kids, be sure to take a look at the Hyundai Elantra. It may just be the right car for you.
Also, having many family and friends impacted by Hurricane’s Harvey and Irma, I found it very heartwarming to know that Hyundai Motor America donated $300,000 to the Red Cross, and Hyundai Hope on Wheels donated $200,000 to five area Texas-area Children’s hospitals, specifically for each hospital’s pediatric oncology program to assist with patient needs resulting from Hurricane Harvey.
“Hyundai marked its 3-millionth Elantra sold in the U.S. by honoring the achievement of one brave individual in Baytown, Texas, a city near Houston severely impacted by flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey, with an all-new 2018 Elantra.”
These types of efforts to support local communities matter to me as a consumer. I like to support companies that give back to their communities. If you feel like I do, then that is another reason to take a look at this Hyundai Elantra.
Flavor Mosaic was provided with a loan of the Hyundai Elantra for a week in order to provide you with my thoughts and experiences. All opinions expressed are 100% my own.