Through 07/31 – New 2016 Hyundai Elantra SE w/ AT for $14,999 +TTL

Discussion in 'Automotive Hot Deals' started by xcel, Jul 26, 2015.

  1. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi All:

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    I spoke with Gerard - maybe Gerald? - at Antioch Hyundai in Antioch, CA to verify there was no BS attached - $1,000 Alarm OBD-II alarm, pin stripe, underbody coating etc. He said nope, $14,999 is what they will move this new SE for. ! available means you can deal to the same on the rest. Sales: (888) 708-9362

    The last Elantra we were in was the 2.0L equipped 2015 Sport trim. All the niceties despite the fuel hungry 2.0L vs. the recommended 1.8L in the SE.

    For 2016 the Elantra features improvements and new value-focused packaging update. The all-new Value Edition bundles customer-favorite features at an attractive $1,000 in value savings.

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    Minus the chrome beltline molding.​

    Inside the Elantra, the seats are made of lightweight, environmentally friendly foam called SoyFoam.

    Elantra SE has a two-tone interior with a choice of either gray or beige and the all-new Value Edition includes the choice of black or tan monotone interior colors. All Elantra models have a cloth-like pillar trim made of fibrous tissue and volcanic rock for a premium look and feel.

    2016 Hyundai Elantra SE and Value Addition Interior[/b]

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    Under the hood, Elantra offers two engine choices. A 145 hp and 130 lb-ft of torque 1.8L I4 is standard on the SE, Value Edition and Limited trims. It is mated to a six-speed automatic and when equipped with 15 or 16-inch wheels (SE and Value Edition) achieves an EPA estimated 28/38 mpgUS city/highway. When combined with 17-inch wheels, the 1.8L with the six-speed automatic is EPA rated at 27/37 mpgUS city/highway.

    As described in the 2015 Elantra Sport Review linked above, the Elantra is a “2015 Top Safety Pick” by the IIHS and earned a NHTSA five-star crash safety rating.

    The Limited now arrives with more standard features and maintains the same starting MSRP of the previous model year while Elantra Sport gets a lower starting price with the removal of standard leather and power sunroof.

    2016 Elantra arrived with a starting MSRP of $17,250 + $825 D&H.

    Updates for 2016:

    Elantra Value Edition provides a $1,000 value savings by bundling attractive features at just $550 more than an Elantra SE with the Popular Equipment Package:
    • Unique 16” alloy wheels
    • Power tilt-and-slide sunroof
    • Leather steering wheel and shift knob
    • Proximity key w/ push button start
    • Heated front seats
    • Chrome beltline molding & aluminum entrance sills
    • Side mirror turn signals
    • Tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel
    Elantra Limited now comes standard with proximity key with push-button start and dual automatic temperature control – and a $600 value savings.

    Elantra Sport removes standard leather seats and power sunroof for a lower starting price.

    My thoughts? If this SE is available for this price at this dealership, they are probably similarly priced nationwide. If you are looking for the lowest $, I would look for a new 2016 MT for just over the $14k mark or this one at $15k.

    Wayne
     

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