2018-2019 Hyundai Elantra – the second year in the top 10 Kelley Blue Book

2018-2019 Hyundai Elantra – the second year in the top 10 Kelley Blue Book

2018-2019 Hyundai reported the results of ranking the TOP-10 Green Cars held annually by known Kelley Blue Book, where the popular Elantra enters the top ten most fuel efficient cars in . Attractive in appearance and able with sufficient power without any hybrid solutions to spend on the road less than 6.0 liters of petrol Elantra second consecutive year, it takes a worthy pla

ce in the ranking.


Planning of 2018-2019 Hyundai Motor America Margason Scott (Scott Margason) said that the new Elantra is a worthy car at an affordable price, which is especially important during a continued growth in energy prices. Sales of the car design with smooth lines in exceeded all expectations the automaker, which allows safely say about the already time-tested success of attractive and economical car.

Already economical Elantra for the model year gets ActiveECO system of the 2018-2019 Hyundai , which further reduces fuel consumption by up to 7 percent. The system optimally adjusts the engine speed and transmission, ensuring smooth running car, slightly sacrificing in the pickup.

However, to get into the Top 10 Green Cars ranking Kbb.com one economy is not enough. The selection takes into account not only fuel efficiency, but also the rest, so important for the car today, factors such as driving performance, comfort and convenience for the driver and passengers, as well as the main criterion – the price Elantra in comparison with competitors.

In addition to the highly successful new Elantra, 2018-2019 Hyundai is proud of its new the Sonata , including Hybrid and Coupe the Veloster , which is the owner of the asymmetric arrangement of the side doors, and also have a very modest cost. Under the hood, the popular car is a 4-cylinder powerplant with aluminum crankcase and the latest technology, which allows the new Elantra runs out in 5.9 liters of gasoline per 100 kilometers outside the city and 8.1 liters per hundred when driving on busy city roads.

Photo 2018-2019 Hyundai Elantra