2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring prices announced

Hyundai has just announced pricing for the 2010 Elantra Touring. Set to go on sale in the third quarter of 2009, the 2010 Elentra Touring will be priced from $15,995 for a very well-equipped entry-level GLS model and will go up to $18,995 for the top-of-the line SE model.

Standard equipment on the 2010 model includes: air conditioning, power windows, heated mirrors, power door locks, remote keyless entry with alarm, four-way adjustable driver’s seat and plenty of storage compartments.

The optional Popular Equipment Package on the GLS adds roof rails, a telescopic steering wheel, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, trip computer, eight-way driver’s seat with lumbar support, dual illuminated vanity mirrors, sliding sunvisors, seatback pockets, retractable cargo cover, fog lights, illuminated ignition and a premium cloth interior with cloth door panel inserts.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

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.

ModelTransmissionPrice
GLS M/TFive-Speed M/T$15,995
GLS A/TFour-Speed A/T$17,195
SE M/TFive-Speed M/T with B&M Sport shifter$18,995
Touring A/TFour-Speed A/T$19,795

"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

Elantra Touring GLS builds on Hyundai’s reputation for offering loads of standard equipment, offering air conditioning, power windows, heated mirrors, power door locks, remote keyless entry with alarm, four-way adjustable driver’s seat and plenty of storage compartments, including a cooled glovebox. The Elantra Touring also offers standard Electronic Stability Control (ESC), and a host of other class-leading safety technologies. Cruise control is also standard on all GLS models equipped with automatic transmissions. For audiophiles, an integrated 172-watt AM/FM/XM/CD/MP3 audio system with six speakers and iPod/USB/Auxiliary inputs is standard.

The optional Popular Equipment Package on the GLS adds roof rails, a telescopic steering wheel, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, trip computer, eight-way driver’s seat with lumbar support, dual illuminated vanity mirrors, sliding sunvisors, seatback pockets, retractable cargo cover, fog lights, illuminated ignition and a premium cloth interior with cloth door panel inserts.

ELANTRA TOURING SE - ADDING A SPORTY FLAVOR

The sport-oriented SE adds all the equipment in the GLS Popular Equipment Package plus a power sunroof with tilt and slide functions, heated front seats, leather steering wheel and shift knob, B&M Racing(R) sport shifter and 17-inch alloy wheels with P215/45R17 tires.


1 comments:

Mazda3 is still a better car and a lot more reliable. Price isnt too much different either, go with the one thats proven better

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