Elantra has more standard horsepower than Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic. There's no reason to just sit there when you can get up and go in an Elantra.
Elantra sedan's total interior volume is bigger than other compact sedans so the EPA classifies it as a midsize vehicle. That's more room for you, your friends and your stuff. Plus, Elantra has more front head room and leg room than Mazda3.
Which wheels would you rather have? Not much of a contest is it? Elantra's standard alloys give added style to your ride without the added cost.
From its comprehensive Vehicle Stability Management (VSM) system to its 6 airbags, Elantra has standard features that help keep you and your passengers safe on the way to the next big thing. And that's big news. Elantra has earned a 2014 5-Star Overall Safety Rating from NHTSA and an IIHS Top Safety Pick for 2014.
The Elantra's EPA-estimated 38 MPG Highway and safety ratings are big benefits. But if you're still not convinced, just make sure the compact you choose has STANDARD Driver Selectable Steering Mode (DSSM), SiriusXM Satellite Radio, heated exterior mirrors and cruise control, because they're all standard on Elantra.