2020 Hyundai Elantra Road Test - Consumer Reports
The Elantra delivers the roominess and fuel economy to compete in this crowded segment, but it fell short in refinement and performance when this generation debuted. For 2020, it received a round of improvements that improved ride comfort and reduced engine noise.  User-friendliness is an Elantra strong point, aided by a relatively spacious interior.
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Hyundai Elantra Road Test

The Elantra delivers the roominess and fuel economy to compete in this crowded segment, but it fell short in refinement and performance when this generation debuted. For 2020, it received a round of improvements that improved ride comfort and reduced engine noise. 

User-friendliness is an Elantra strong point, aided by a relatively spacious interior. Open and airy feeling inside, the cabin features a broad cockpit and one of the most spacious rear seats in the class. Controls are super simple, combining familiar buttons and knobs with a touch screen for the infotainment system. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are available.

Fuel economy impresses at 33 mpg overall, putting the Elantra on par with the class's most frugal entries like the Toyota Corolla. With the new continuously variable transmission that's part of the 2020 freshening, it's likely to be better still. 

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We would opt for the SEL which packs highly desirable equipment, such as a touch-screen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, heated mirrors, and automatic headlights.  Keep in mind that the Elantra GT hatchback is a separate model based on a different, older design. 
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