Let’s have a look at the US-market 2017 Hyundai Elantra pricing, available trim levels and the cost of optional packages.
Hyundai’s newly-launched Elantra compact sedan will be out before the end of the month (January), and we now know that it will come with a starting price of just $17,150!
The new model will come with a number of different tweaks and upgrades to make it even better than before, yet it is still going to start at $100 less than the outgoing Elantra 4-door sedan.
The all-new Elantra costs $17,150 which makes it the second-cheapest compact sedan in the US market behind its Kia Forte sibling.
2017 Hyundai Elantra MSRP
Note: prices do not include freight charges of $835 (to be added to the dealer invoice on all models)!
2017 Elantra SE
The starting price will get you into the base 2017 Elantra SE model that comes with a 147-horsepower 2.0L 4-cylinder engine, mated to the 6-speed manual transmission.
There is a 6-speed automatic gearbox available as well, but that will set you back an additional $1,000.
Moving up to the 2017 Elantra Limited models means moving up to a starting price of $22,350, and only having an automatic transmission option.
There are some nice premium touches, though, such as leather seats, LED taillights, attractive 17-inch alloy wheels, side-mirror turn signals, chrome trim, power driver’s seat, Blue Link telematics and many others.
Tech Package cost
You can dress things up even more by opting for the Tech Package, which adds a sunroof, infotainment system with navigation, and an advanced stereo system for an additional $2,500.
For an extra $1,900, you can add the Ultimate Package, which includes memory seats, smart cruise control, HID headlights, auto-emergency braking, and lane-keep assist.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto will also be supported in the 2017 Hyundai compact sedan.
Eco, Sport trims coming soon
Aside from the afore-mentioned trim levels, you will soon be able to choose from a pair of other trims: Eco and Sport.
The Elantra Sport is about to return later this year, while the Elantra Eco is scheduled to go on sale this spring.
There is little known about the Sport trim right now, but we do know that the Eco model will get you Hyundai’s 1,4L turbo engine and 7-speed dual clutch transmission – DCT.
Pricing for both of those models will come closer to their official U.S. release dates.