Hyundai created the new Elantra GT by taking the engine and transmission from the Elantra sedan and marrying it to a more performance-oriented chassis, wrapped in a crisp hatchback design that emulates some European cars. The result is a practical compact hatchback that’s a pleasure to drive. The base Elantra GT has just enough spirit to feel sporty.
Hyundai Elantra GT Road Test

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Forward-collision warning and automatic emergency braking are only offered on the top trim. Add in the seven-speed, dual-clutch transmission and Tech package, the car will sticker for close to $30,000. If that price is beyond your target range, the Elantra GT with the Style package represents a goo...
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