National Car Prices

Hyundai Elantra Prices & Deals - New York

2015 Hyundai Elantra Pricing

Hyundai Elantra Model Summary

The Elantra sedan combines nimble and secure handling with a fairly comfortable ride. The 1.8-liter four-cylinder and six-speed automatic deliver solid performance and a very good 29-mpg overall. Some versions get a more powerful 2.0-liter four-cylinder. The car is well-equipped for the price, the controls and features are logically laid out, and rear-seat room is fine for two adults. Our major gripe is the pronounced road and engine noise. The GT hatchback has more adventurous styling and is competent enough but not a standout. Fuel economy of 27-mpg overall is nothing special, and the hatchback suffers from a loud cabin and stiff ride. Reliability has been above average.

Price Range

$18,800 - $22,600 MSRP Price range
$18,121 - $21,610 Invoice price range

Ready to buy a 2015 Hyundai Elantra?

A Consumer Reports New Car Price Report is your key to save the most money on your new car. Arm yourself with all the pricing information — dealer invoice, hidden discounts, that you can negotiate like a pro to get the best deal on your new car.

  • The Bottom Line Price — including customer and dealer incentives and holdbacks
  • Access to Consumer Reports Build and Buy, our new car-buying service. Get guaranteed price savings from dealers in your area... free, anonymous, and with no obligation
Get Hyundai Elantra Prices

Hyundai Elantra Prices

Trim Lines MSRP Price Invoice Price
Elantra GT $18,800 - $19,800 $18,121 - $19,071
5dr HB Man $18,800 $18,121
5dr HB Auto $19,800 $19,071
Elantra Sedan $20,250 - $21,250 $19,406 - $20,344
4dr Sdn Man Sport (Ulsan Plant) $20,250 $19,406
4dr Sdn Auto Sport (Ulsan Plant) $21,250 $20,344

Hyundai Elantra Specs

Body styles 4-door hatchback, sedan
Drive wheels Front
Seating 2 front, 3 rear
Engines available 1.8-liter 4 (145 hp), 2.0-liter 4 (166 hp), 2.0-liter 4 (173 hp)
Transmissions available 6-speed automatic, 6-speed manual
Warranty Basic: 5/60, Powertrain: 10 year/ 100,000 mile

What the dealers don't want you to know

The key to getting the lowest price on a new car is to know how much negotiating room you have.
Consumer Reports Car Price Services empower you with the information you need to negotiate the best deal on your next car.

New Car Prices Promo Add

We show you:

  • The dealer's true cost...the Bottom Line Price
  • How much others have paid
  • Vehicle price negotiability
  • Used car buying, selling and trade-in prices