2015 Hyundai Elantra | Interior Features
The Elantra doesn't just boast more front leg room than the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla. The smartly designed interior also gives you more total space and more cargo volume than the Honda Civic. In fact, the Elantra sedan is so roomy, the government classifies it as a midsize car instead of a compact.
We've designed the interior of the Elantra sedan for a class above. That means fitting it with the interior space and standard amenities you'd come to expect from a much more expensive vehicle. Step inside and you'll feel the difference. Want to learn more about our design philosophy?
Designed around the driver and passengers, the Elantra sedan's interior has convenient center console controls for heating, ventilation and air conditioning. The audio controls are within easy reach. There's generous head, leg and shoulder room for both the front and rear seat passengers. And the trunk has plenty of room for luggage, with 14.8 cubic feet of cargo volume.
Keep yourself and your front passenger comfortable even as conditions outside the car change, with the available dual-zone automatic temperature control system with CleanAir Ionizer and Auto Defogging System.
For even more comfort and convenience, select from leather seating, navigation system, 7-inch touchscreen or 4.3-inch color touchscreen, both with rearview camera, 360-watt premium audio system, power tilt-and-slide sunroof and Proximity Key with electronic push button start.
Built with environmentally friendly soy-based foam, the seats in the Elantra are an example of Hyundai's commitment to making vehicles in ways that have less impact on the environment. This innovative, naturally comfortable seat foam is made from renewable resources and lowers carbon emissions when compared with traditional seating materials.
All Elantra sedans come with SiriusXM Satellite Radio standard. So you can enjoy over 170 commercial-free radio stations. Upgrade to the available navigation system and you'll also get NavTraffic for real-time traffic info, as well as NavWeather.
The Elantra sedan was the first compact car to have heated seats for both front and rear passengers. Being first and staying there-always a warm feeling.