2015 Hyundai Elantra Values

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2015 model year changes

The Elantra carries over into 2015 with few changes. Several new colors are available and a few of the option packages available have been reshuffled. The Elantra Sport now comes with an optional Tech Package featuring a 7-inch touchscreen, a nicer stereo and Blue Link telematics. The Elantra SE meanwhile, is available with a new Style Package adding a sunroof, various trim pieces and nicer headlights. Last year's Technology Package is now several hundred dollars cheaper and has been renamed as the Ultimate Package.

Competitive comparison

Economical; practical; well-equipped, with sophisticated infotainment features and options; available in a variety of body styles; excellent warranty

Special features for 2015

The Elantra is Hyundai's entry into the compact car market, battling against household names such as the Honda Civic and the Toyota Corolla, as well as hatchbacks like the Ford Focus and Mazda3. It is a competitive segment, but the Elantra stands out with its bold styling, roomy 5-door GT, high level of equipment and outstanding warranty. Starting at $17,250, the Elantra has plenty of standard features and even manages to top 38 mpg on the highway with its 1.8L engine, while a 2.0L offers a big boost in power while sacrificing little in the way of economy.
The Hyundai Elantra is a five-passenger compact sedan that is offered in three different trim levels: SE, Limited and Sport. The standard SE trim comes with 15” alloy wheels, heated side mirrors, powered accessories, 60/40-split rear bench seating, USB/iPod integration and a six-speaker sound system. Upgraded trim levels or available optional add-ons will score you added goodies that include things like: Bluetooth connectivity, 16” or 17” wheels, backup camera with 4.3” touchscreen command console and audio interface, heated seats in the front, leather upholstery, sports-tuned suspension and brakes, sunroof, two-zone climate control (automatic) and premium sound system options. A 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 145 horsepower and 130 pound-feet of torque powers the Elantra. The Sport trim features a punchier 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 173 hp and 154 lb-ft of torque. All Hyundai cars are backed by a 60-month/60,000-mile bumper-to-bumper limited warranty.