Hyundai Motor America has announced lower prices and a revised model range for its Elantra Touring five-door compact, now starting at $15,995 for a very well-equipped entry-level GLS model and $18,995 for the top-of-the line SE model. The Elantra Touring is a sportier, functional variant of Hyundai’s popular and award-winning Elantra sedan, which won the 2009 J.D. Power Initial Quality Survey for compact cars. The new lower-priced 2010 Elantra Touring will be available at dealerships in the third quarter of 2009.
“With the Elantra Touring GLS we reduce the base price by more than $1,800 while maintaining class-leading features like Electronic Stability Control, four wheel disc brakes and XM satellite radio with iPod/USB/Auxiliary jacks,” said Mark Dipko, product manager for the Elantra Touring. “Also new for 2010 is an optional built-in roof rack that adds to the versatility offered by the class leading interior.”
NEW EQUIPMENT HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2010
— New trim – GLS
— Available roof rails
ELANTRA TOURING GLS – THE GOOD STUFF COMES STANDARD