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2010 Elantra GLS Chicago Car Overview Review and Comparison

2010 Elantra GLS Chicago Car Overview Review and Comparison

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2010 Hyundai Elantra GLS
When compared to the competition the 2010 Hyundai Elantra GLS is truly a classabove rest. The Hyundai Elantra GLS offers you the most interior room in its class,from front headroom to rear shoulder room. With 36 miles to the gallon highway,you will need the comfortable interior for your long road trips. Not only will you beable to enjoy your drive in comfort, you will have peace of mind with Hyundai’swarranty, and with an impressive list of safety features, you will truly have a carefree drive.When test driving the 2010 Hyundai Elantra GLS the first thing you will notice is theinterior space. With 112.1 cubic feet of interior space it has the most interiorvolume in its class. In fact, the Elantra GLS is so spacious that the governmentclassifies it as a mid-size car, although it is priced as a compact. The interior roomof the Elantra GLS only makes up part of the story. A long list of standard interiorfeatures is what really makes the Elantra GLS a pleasure to drive. The Elantracomes standard with interior air filters, rear HVAC ducts, power windows, delayedcourtesy light, and seatback storage.With safety always being a main concern for Hyundai you can relax knowing thatthe latest safety technologies will be protecting you. The Elantra GLS comesstandard with 4 wheel ABS brakes, active front head restraints, electronic brakeforce distribution and 6 airbags. The airbag include two front airbags, two frontseat mounted side airbags, and two side curtain airbags. The Insurance Institute forHighway Safety states this particular combination of airbags can reduce fatalities byup to 45 percent.Not only will you enjoy your long drives knowing that you are protected byHyundai’s safety features, your pocket book will also be enjoying the ride. With 36miles per gallon on the highway, you will be able to cover some ground withoutbreaking the bank. If city driving is your thing, the 2010 Hyundai Elantra gets 27mpg, one to three more miles per gallon than any of the competition. Your pocketbook won’t be the only one enjoying the ride, so will Mother Earth with HyundaiElantra’s Ultra-Low-Emission Vehicle (ULEV) standard.Like all other Hyundai’s, the Elantra comes with the Hyundai Advantage, America’sBest Warranty. This includes five year or 60,000 mile bumper to bumper
protection, ten year or 100,000 mile powertrain warranty and seven year/ unlimitedmileage anti perforation coverage.
2010 Elantra GLS vs 2010 Toyota Corolla LE 4spd AT
 The 2010 Hyundai Elantra GLS offers several advantages when comparing to the2010 Toyota Corolla 4spd AT. While to two cars are almost identical in price the2010 Elantra GLS offers you more standard and optional features, interior space andbetter fuel efficiency. After comparing, it is clear the 2010 Hyundai Elantra GLS is abetter deal. Key features on the Elantra GLS include four wheel ABS, active fronthead restraints, front fog lights, seatback storage and keyless entry. The ToyotaCorolla offers four wheel ABS and active front head restraints, but does not have theoptions of front fog lights and seatback storage while offering keyless entry as anoption.After test driving the two cars, one thing will become clear to you; the HyundaiElantra GLS has far more interior room. The Hyundai Elantra GLS beats the ToyotaCorolla LE at every interior metric from front headroom to second row hip room andoffers two more cubic feet of cargo space. The Elantra GLS is so spacious that thegovernment actually classifies it as a midsize vehicle, although it is priced as acompact car.If interior room isn’t a deal breaker for you, the Hyundai Elantra out performed the Toyota Corolla in government crash test ratings. The Hyundai Elantra received twofive star and two four star side impact ratings, far better than the Corolla’s, gettingfour star rating s in just three of the four tests.Not only does the Elantra GLS outperform the Corolla LE in interior room and safety,it will also save you money in the long run with stellar fuel economy and anunmatched warranty. The Elantra GLS gets 27 miles per gallon city and 36 mpghighway compared to the Corolla’s fuel ratings of 26 mpg city and 34 mpg highway.Not only will you be saving money on gas with the Elantra, you will also be able todrive carefree knowing you are protected with the Hyundai Advantage, America’sbest warranty. The Elantra offers you five year or 60,000 mile bumper to bumperprotection, ten year or 100,000 mile powertrain warranty and seven year/ unlimitedmileage anti perforation coverage. Compared to the Corolla’s three year or 36,000
mile bumper to bumper, five year or 60,000 mile powertrain warranty and five year/unlimited mileage anti perforation coverage.Overall the 2010 Hyundai Elantra GLS outperforms the 2010 Corolla LE 4spd AT inseveral categories including; standard options, interior room, safety, fuel economyand warranty. If you want peace of mind knowing that you are getting a betterdeal, the 2010 Hyundai Elantra GLS is the car for you.
2010 Hyundai Elantra GLS vs 2010 Ford Focus SE Sedan
 The 2010 Hyundai Elantra GLS outperforms the 2010 Ford Focus SE Sedan invirtually all categories. The Elantra GLS is truly a better value. After comparing incategories such as safety features, fuel economy, warranty and price you willreceive much better value with the Hyundai Elantra GLS. The most noticeable advantage the Hyundai Elantra GLS offers is in its safetyfeatures. The Elantra GLS is far ahead of the Ford Focus SE Sedan when it comes tosafety. The Hyundai Elantra GLS offers an impressive list of safety featuresincluding standard four wheel ABS, electronic brake force distributor, six airbagsand active front head restraints. The Ford Focus SE Sedan seems to be lacking inthe safety department. The Focus does come with front mounted seat airbags butlacks having the options of four wheel ABS with electronic brake force distributor.Not only will your physical health be protected, but your bank account will alsoremain healthy with the Elantra GLS. The Elantra GLS comes in two hundred dollarscheaper at MSRP and approximately two thousand dollars cheaper at comparablyequipped models. The Elantra GLS will also save you money in the long run withbetter fuel economy and an unbeatable warranty. The Hyundai Elantra GLS get 27mpg city and 36 mpg highway compared to the Ford Focus’s 24 city and 35highway, needless to say that a small difference in miles per gallon can go a longway with today’s soaring gas prices. With Elantra GLS’s impressive warranty youcan rest at ease knowing you will be protected with a five year or 60,000 milebumper to bumper warranty, ten year or 100,000 mile powertrain warranty andseven year unlimited mileage corrosion perforation warranty. Compared to FordFocus’s three year or 36,000 mile bumper to bumper warranty, five year or 60,000mile powertrain warranty and five year unlimited mile corrosion perforation warrant

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