To the point, the new Elantra will be priced at $14,145, for the Blue version equipped with a 2.0l engine and five-speed manual transmission. The GLS equipped with the same engine (available for the entire range) and a four speed automatic transmission is priced at $16,895, while the SE with the same engine/transmission choices comes at $17,845.
The Blue trim level brings six airbags, ABS, 4-wheel disc brakes, Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), active front head restraints and
The GLS trim brings with it the Comfort package with dual front illuminated vanity mirrors with sunvisor extensions, fog lights and a windshield shade band. There is only one extra option available, the sunroof, for $900.
The last of the trim levels, the SE, adds a bit of a sporty flavor to the not-so-track-oriented Elantra. It boasts Traction Control and Brake Assist, 16-inch alloy wheels with 205/55R16 tires, sport-tuned steering and suspension, leather shift knob, telescoping leather-wrapped steering wheel, steering wheel audio controls and trip computer. For an extra $1,150, customers also get a power sunroof and heated front seats.