The All-New Hyundai Elantra Is Here & It's Completely Redesigned

Its leading-edge tech and safety features help keep you connected and protected.
The All-New Hyundai Elantra Is Here & It's Completely Redesigned

Whether we need to hop in our cars and get some groceries done, take a little drive to clear our heads, or get creative and organize a drive-by event for loved ones, it goes without saying that we've all found new ways to appreciate our vehicles in 2020. 

No matter what you may have used your car for this year, or what you will use it for in 2021, one thing's for sure : you want a safe and reliable vehicle that also looks good. A car that checks all of those boxes and many more? The all-new Hyundai Elantra.

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The all-new Elantra is an impressive modern car that makes a serious entrance with its angled lines and a bold front grille.

Its striking design isn't the only reason why this vehicle helps you drive with confidence. From a safety perspective, it's also got you covered.

Everything from blindspot collision avoidance-assist, which is essentially like an alarm that notifies you if there’s something in your blindspot you should be avoiding, to adaptive cruise control (which automatically takes care of the speed you’re cruising at, depending on other vehicles up ahead), the Elantra’s safety features are on point.

Some of the available Hyundai SmartSense™ safety features to help keep your mind at ease include:

  • Forward collision-avoidance assist with pedestrian detection and available cyclist and junction turning detection
  • Blindspot collision-avoidance assist
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • High-beam assist
  • Safe Exit Warning
  • Rear-Cross Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist
  • Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist - Reverse

With these features, you can drive with confidence.

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The all-new Hyundai Elantra also has the leading-edge tech needed to help guide your drives, such as an available navigation system with a high-definition, full-colour 10.25-inch touch-screen display equipped to handle both Apple CarPlayTM and Android AudioTM (which, BTW, can act like your GPS no matter which trim you select!).

You'll also have access to an available interior ambient-lighting system allowing you to choose from 64 colours thanks to a customizable palette wheel, and other convenience features - like adjustable cup holders between the front seats, a heated steering wheel and climate control zones.

These are just part of Hyundai's innovative technology and convenience features that help you stay connected and provide the ultimate comfort.

Sitting behind the wheel of the all-new Elantra, you'll really understand the old saying that it's not about the destination, but it's about the journey. This stylish and fun-to-drive vehicle will definitely elevate your trips.

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While enjoying the ride, you'll always be on top of what's happening with the Standard Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ smartphone connectivity that lets you access your favourite mobile apps such as Spotify and Waze.

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The all-new Hyundai Elantra's intuitive and modern design combines with top-of-the-line technology to produce a new standard for sportiness in compact sedans. It's the look you want with the safety features you need.

Backed by one of the market's best warranties (which includes a 5-year/100,000 KM Comprehensive Limited Warranty and Powertrain Limited Warranty, and 5-year/Unlimited KM Anti-Corrosion/Perforation Warranty and Roadside Assistance), the 2021 Elantra starts at $17,899.

For more information on Hyundai's all-new Elantra, check out their website. You can also find them on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.

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