The new 2017 Hyundai Avante, or Elantra is often called incorporates Hyundai’s newest Advanced High Strength Steel technology that makes the car more rigid and improves ride quality. Hyundai Avante 2017 will get a new look and more stylist than its predecessor Elantra.
2017 Hyundai Avante New Design
New 2017 Hyundai Avante have a LED running lights brighten the front-end treatment. With less sculpting down the body sides, the Elantra is simpler, and less distinctive. The C-shaped lines that pulled the rear of the car forward are gone, replaced by more vertical door cuts and a more carefully draped rear roofline, capped by LED taillights.
2017 new Hyundai Avante interior is a dead ringer for the one in the latest Sonata, also receive additional interior awesome. In addition to the new steel technology other elements like additional insulation, sound dampening, higher quality carpet, and new materials isolate road noise more effectively and provide for an overall pleasant ride.
It's built along horizontal themes, with a large space reserved under a simple dash hood for a touchscreen, canted slightly toward the driver. The gauges incorporate a separate 4.2-inch LCD display on some models for additional features like sound and routing. Additional features such as heating and cooling and sound are managed with buttons and important factors, thank heavens, and the cabin would wear a mix of soft-touch plastic materials and metal completes just as in the Sonata, balanced out by a reasonable amount of hard black plastic.
2017 Hyundai Avante Engine and Price
2017 Hyundai Avante is fuel economy is a bigger story than its straight-line performance. On standard Elantras, a 2.0-liter four-cylinder provides 147 horsepower and 132 pound-feet of torque, running on a lean Atkinson cycle for better fuel efficiency. It's EPA-rated at 29 miles per gallon city, 38 highway, and 33 mpg combined in base form, slightly lower in the heavier Elantra Limited. The six-speed shifts are staged for economy, not speed, and no paddle shift controls are fitted. An optional set of driving modes can put the drivetrain into a Sport mode with crisper, quicker shifts.
The new 2017 Elantra/2017 Hyundai Avantesports some impressive specs for a car that starts at around just $17,000, for the record the model we drove was $27,000. The 2017 Elantra has an upgraded engine, improved steel chassis (lighter, sturdier), improved suspension, and Increased sound dampening and price 2017 Hyundai Avante improved as well.