2017 Hyundai Elantra Gets an Official Price Tag and its Cheaper

The pricing may not have a huge difference but even $100 makes a difference, especially when Hyundai managed to make their 2017 Elantra cheaper than its outgoing 2016 model.

The Elantra is one of the most successful launches by Hyundai and it has been enjoying consistent sales throughout the years. In other words, it’s a sure shot for the automobile manufacturer. They are in a position to create the same model every year, but make it new and add unique features to differentiate it with the outgoing version.


It looks like they have done it once again with the 2017 Hyundai Elantra, which is priced at $17,985, which is a nice $100 less than the 2016 model. The pricing includes delivery charges within the country which sweetens the deal further. The manufacturer has not only made the base variant of the car cheaper, but has also reduced the pricing of the trim line variants so that they are affordable to most buyers.

Buyers looking to go with the Elantra SE and opt for the equipment package will be paying $200 lesser than the 2016 model. It’s another coup for the company, because when they are upgrading a model with better features, keeping the pricing lower than the existing one is a tough call. Hyundai has somehow managed to accomplish it.

In the package, the buyers will receive an entertainment package including a huge 7-inch display, a rear view camera that makes parking easy, and the car will also be fully compatible with Android Auto as well as Apple Car Play.

In order to make the car safer on the road, the 2017 Hyundai Elantra is equipped with a rearview mirror, automatic braking, collision safety and other add-ons. With so many safety stuff integrated into it, the car obviously got the best ratings from multiple boards including the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.


With a decreased price tag and plenty of features added to it, the brand has captured the spot, which is adored by most buyers who seek value for their investment. If things go as planned, Hyundai might experience another amazing sales run with their next gen Elantra and pave the way for further success of its models.

The company is also planning to launch multiple other variants, including hybrids and electric cars. The upcoming motor show is expected to be the venue for new launches and concept cars from Hyundai.

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