Value is already a well-known buzz for the whole Hyundai brand, and now it’s officially becoming a trim option on some of its vehicles. The $22,285 Elantra GT Value impression reached last year, then the $17,285 Hyundai Accent Value Edition about two weeks ago, and now the 2017 Elantra Value Edition joins the organization, determined at $21,085.
The Elantra roll is getting beautiful packed. It already has the base SE, the Earth-minded turbocharged Eco trim, the more boisterous Sport version, and the range-topping Limited. There’s also the GT, if you’re looking for an hatchback. The Value Edition positions in between the $18,985 SE with a six-speed automatic transmission and the $21,485 Eco with a seven-speed multiple-clutch automatic transmission and brings a good share of features for less money than it would been to increase them individually.
Inducing the Value Edition is the same 147-hp 2.0-liter Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder that’s found in the SE and the Limited. It’s united with a six-speed automatic and that’s the only accessible powertrain. But that’s not where the Value Edition’s $1215 in saving funds comes from.
The automobile comes supplied with a gathering of tech features, including LED running lights, blind-spot detection with lane-change help, a proximity key with push-button begin, a 7.0-inch movie display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto abilities, and a motion-activated trunk release. It also has an energy roof, heated front rooms, an energy driver’s seat, Bluetooth, multiple climate regulates, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a leather-covered shift knob and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
It’s basically a combo of the SE’s $800 well-known Equipment collection and its $1300 tech collection (which would transport the SE to $21,085, the same value). But then it also adds the energy roof, lane-change help, and the energy driver’s seat, which are not included in those collections.