2021 Hyundai Elantra Walkabout!

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Here’s a look a something different for a change… which is surprising, given the class of car we’re looking at. Almost every other class of car is the same car – with a different badge. But in the compact sedan class, there’s still some real differences – and choices.

Full review on deck soon. For now, this:

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2 COMMENTS

  1. One big pothole, one hot or cold day, that screen is going to crack and/or flicker. Cheap unnecessary inferior crap meant to appeal to the most faggoty, weak, brainless NPC drone buyer. The shelf life of this electronic ikea furniture is getting less and less. Throw it in the trash and buy a new one that will last even less time. Took me 10 minutes on the ford website to find out what kind of engine was in the new bronco. They don’t talk about that stuff in auto advertising anymore. Just the size of the touchscreen and the fucking apps. Because the only people stupid enough to buy a new car are the ones that like that stupid shit.

  2. I LOVE Hyundais, we have 3 in my family … THAT SAID, However, they are becoming much like American auto mfgrs in that in each successive build year, the nice economical and smallish vehicle ends up being just a little larger and more expensive and heavy …

    My 2004 Elantra GT is much much smaller and more nimble (and fuel efficient) than this beautiful behemoth you show us …

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