Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Inside the 2011 Hyundai Elantra

The inside of the 2011 Hyundai Elantra has received a makeover. You can choose from 2 basic trim packages - the GLS and the Limited. If you look at the outside of the Elantra, you will see that the car has a fluid design. It's not quite as strong as the 2011 Sonata, but it's still graceful and flowing. The car has a lot of character and it looks not only cohesive but well balanced, and the new design allows the car to stand out among the rest. 

Inside the GLS, you will find that the interior has attractive cloth seats. The dash is two-tone and has well-grained plastic underneath and soft-touch materials on top. You'll find the same flowing design on the center stack, steering wheel, and dash as you find on the outside of the car. In fact, there is plenty of room for full grown adults in the Elantra - even those who are six feet or over can sit comfortably in the front or back seats. 

In the Limited you will find a seven inch touch screen that will give you controls to audio, iPod integration, and navigation. If you want the features, you'll be able to check on everything from the weather and traffic to the latest sports scores. You can get a rear view camera if you want it and many probably will not, as the Elantra has a lot of view space around it. You also get a six speaker, 360 watt stereo system with external amp. 

The biggest difference between the GLS and Limited interiors? The addition of leather on the Limited. Both front and rear seats are leather and heated. You'll even find the seats are double stitched. 

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  1. Oh yeah! Heated leather seats! Totally the better offer!

  2. The limited sounds beautiful, but I can't help wondering how much more those extra feature's are going to cost. Is it really worth the extra money, when the car is practically a piece of art with only the GSL package??

  3. What ever may be my focus is on this Hyundai and I want to buy it soon. So I need to know about the best dealer in US, who supplies this Hyundai.