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Elantra Scores Highest in Overall Owner Experience

When it comes to technology, it can sometimes be overwhelming with new cars. Some vehicles seem to require a master’s degree in engineering just to set the clock radio, while others can make new technology very user friendly. Hyundai falls into the latter category judging by the results of a recent J.D. Power survey regarding the 2017 Hyundai Elantra. The Elantra rated highest in the overall owner experience with technology out of all vehicles in the compact category. The Hyundai was the top choice across the board in smartphone mirroring, connectivity and entertainment, also getting great results in the fields of driver assistance features and collision avoidance. “How we interact with vehicle technology continues to be a key consideration when buying a car across all vehicle categories,” according to Hyundai’s director of digital planning, Manish Mehrotra. “Our focus on creating a better owner and driver experience is evident in the Elantra, from safety features like Lane Departure Warning and Automatic Emergency Braking to advanced infotainment items like compatibility with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.” See all the new technology on the affordable Elantra in action when you visit Chapman Hyundai.

Advanced Safety Technology Helps Avoid Collision

Along with the fun stuff that makes your everyday drive more pleasant, the Hyundai Elantra offers a full suite of advanced safety technology that helps you arrive at your intended destination without incident. Blind spot detection and rear cross traffic alert give you a warning when vehicles or other obstacles are coming at you from the rear. Lane change assist alerts you to objects in your path when you’re about to move from one lane to another, while automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection senses when someone might be about to walk in front of your new Elantra. That feature not only warns you, but will apply the brakes if you fail to act. A driver’s knee airbag along with six other strategically-placed airbags help protect you and your passengers from injury should a collision occur.

Elantra Offers Six Different Models

There’s a different model for every price point and desire when it comes to the Hyundai Elantra. The base SE starts at just $16,950 and includes Bluetooth connectivity and cruise control. The SEL includes those features and adds a 7-inch color display infotainment system, blind spot detection and a rear-view camera. For the most features at the least money, consider the new Value Edition. Still priced at less than $20,000, this model adds a power sunroof to the amenities. The Eco model is the most efficient, delivering up to 40 mpg on the highway, while the Sport has the most power, offering a peppy 201-horse engine. It includes sporty front leather bucket seats and a multi-link independent rear suspension. See all the models and take a test drive today when you visit Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

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