Hyundai has unveiled the 2016 Elantra in United States available from $17,250. The model year change has arrived with a new Value Edition bringing $1,000 savings and a long list of standard equipment including 16-inch alloys, sunroof, turn signals in the mirrors along with additional chrome trim. It also benefits from a leather-covered steering wheel, heated seats and passive entry system with keyless ignition. Moreover, the Elantra Value Edition offers tilt and telescopic adjustment for the steering wheel.
Hyundai has also revised the 2016 Elantra Limited which now comes as standard with a passive entry system, dual-zone automatic climate control system and keyless ignition. The Elantra Sport is now cheaper than before (at $20,250) after losing the leather upholstery and power sunroof.
Hyundai says the mildly revised Elantra will arrive in dealerships across United States later this month.