Korean car maker Hyundai is truly giving American and Japanese cars a good competition with the release of the 2012 Elantra.
The first time I saw the new Elantra, I immediately fell in love with its sleek look, spacious cabin and trunk and generously loaded interior – with GPS navigation system, DVD panel, bluetooth and iPod integration, power rear-view mirror with back-up camera, smooth leather seats and sporty wheels with entertainment buttons.
The hazel brown, 1.8 GLS with 6-speed automatic transmission Elantra was a good investment. To top it all, my dealer threw in a bunch of freebies and upgraded my Elantra unit into limited or “Premium” edition – pimped with chromes, rainguard, full windshield 3M tint and a host of other premium accessories.
Buying this Elantra is surely a good investment and felt so good I made a short video of my Elantra while its still fresh. LOL!