It’s comfortable enough to handle urban driving challenges or use on longer family trips. The Elantra could serve as an excellent daily driver, I suppose you could say that about any car, but although the ride may not be exciting it certainly looks the stunning and its price makes it one of the most affordable sedans out there.
STYLISH: It looks as though Hyundai has skipped a generation with the latest version of its Elantra compared to its ugly predeccesors
Prices start at R186 900 for the 1.6, R214 900 for the 1.8 manual and R224 900 for the auto. The B segment claims 22% of SA’s vehicle sales with several automakers clambering for their share of the local market. Price-wise the Elantra is very competitive, especially its 1.6-litre derivative.
STEP INSIDE: The slick interior design makes any journey a pleasure, even if the performance is very timid.