We’re a little surprised that the 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring hasn’t gotten more buzz – especially since it’s absolutely aced its competition in price, space, comfort, fuel economy, and everything else that counts solid economy car. The 2010 model has improved on a good thing with better fuel economy and improvements to the transmission and engine that have made for a smoother driving experience and delightful responsiveness. The 2.0-liter four-cylinder meets Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle Standards and gives up an economical 35 mpg on the highway. A diamond in the rough for any economy car buyer. BROWSE INVENTORY.
We have all seen Hyundai cars driving down the road. Many of them seem to look alike and it’s hard to tell one apart from the other because of their similar style. However, the 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring breaks the mold and busts out with authority with the new five-door hatchback cousin to less exciting Elantra sedan.
The Elantra Touring was developed with a European style in mind. That could be because it was designed in Europe, but that’s beside the point. It has the interior space that you would expect to find in a midsize sedan combined with the practicality and ease of a hatchback for carrying precious cargo or pretty much anything else you need to tote around.
Once inside, the driver will notice a stylish interface greeting them. The seating is higher than it is in other cars which gives the driver and passenger more visibility through the front windshield and all around. High-quality workmanship stands out with a well-organized and neat look. You can even choose options to customize your 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring, such as a power moonroof, a trip computer, heated seats for those frigid winter mornings and so much more. For an extra charge of about $325, you can have a hands-free Bluetooth system installed for safer driving. You can even hook up your MP3 player or other device to the USB interface for hands-free controls while behind the wheel.
Under the hood sits a four-cylinder engine that delivers 138 horsepower. That might not seem like much, but it’s part of the reason you can average nearly 30 miles to the gallon. The handling of the Touring is firm and wind noise is minimal at higher speeds on the freeway. Pricing for a fully-loaded 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring starts at about less than $20,000. And since the Hyundai name offers one of the best resale values in the nation, you can expect it to hold its value for many years to come. Visit your Hyundai dealer to get behind the wheel of one of these awesome cars today!