Top 10 Questions About the 2021 Hyundai Elantra

Top 10 Questions About the 2021 Hyundai Elantra

Getting a new car is always an exciting prospect. But it’s important to do your research, be honest about what you need out of a vehicle for your lifestyle, then pick the car that gives you what you’re looking for. Could the 2021 Hyundai Elantra be the trifecta for you? Read on to learn more about the Elantra!

What Fuel Does a Hyundai Elantra Use?

The 2021 Hyundai Elantra Hybrid for Canada runs either on a gasoline internal combustion engine, an electric motor or both.

Although previous Elantra models in other countries, such as India, have had diesel fuel options, this is not available for the latest models to be sold here in Canada.

What Does the Eco Button Do on a Hyundai Elantra?

That is the button you press when you are concerned about getting maximum fuel efficiency. When you go into “Eco mode,” the Elantra prioritizes fuel consumption over performance. You’ll experience smoother, slower braking and acceleration, less extreme steering, and even your air conditioner’s performance may dip as the car strives to get you more kilometres on the litre.

What Should My Tire Pressure Be on a Hyundai Elantra?

Optimal tire pressure is critical for good fuel efficiency, as well as good traction and agility on the road. For the Hyundai Elantra, the recommended tire pressure is 33 PSI for all tires.

Does the Hyundai Elantra Have Heated Seats?

Yes, it does, which is great news for Canadians who endure winter driving conditions! The 2021 Hyundai Elantra comes with heated front seats as standard in every model. Not only that, but as an added option for those who want it, heated rear passenger seats are available for those willing to upgrade.

Does the Hyundai Elantra Have a Spare Tire?

No, it doesn’t. A recent trend in automobile manufacturing is to provide more fuel efficiency for a car by forgoing the extra kilograms that come from carrying a spare tire. Instead, an inflation and sealant system is provided for normal punctures, to restore functionality until a proper tire replacement can be arranged. If the damage is too great for sealant, the roadside assistance option is available to provide help.

Does the Hyundai Elantra Have All-Wheel Drive?

No, it doesn’t. As a compact car, the 2021 Hyundai Elantra is focused on providing a smooth drive under normal driving conditions on the reasonably maintained streets and highways of Canada. Only a conventional front-wheel drive is available for this vehicle. 

Does the Hyundai Elantra Have Remote Start?

Yes, it does. All you need to do is ensure that you have your car properly paired with the BlueLink Connected Vehicle System and that the app is downloaded and installed on your phone. With this app, you can remotely start your Elantra as well as get the heater going so that everything is ready to go just as you step outside.

Does the Hyundai Elantra Have a Back-Up Camera?

Yes, it does. Every 2021 Hyundai Elantra trim comes equipped with a rear-view camera that provides guidelines to help drivers when reversing or parallel parking.

Does the Hyundai Elantra Have Fog Lights?

Yes, it does. The signature triangular fog lights of the Elantra series are located low to the ground below the headlights for maximum effectiveness when the weather conditions make using normal headlights or high-beams problematic due to water particle reflection in the air.

What Are the Hyundai Elantra Models?

Within the 2021 Hyundai Elantra model, there are four trims that drivers can choose from. Options available include the entry-level Essential, as well as Preferred and Ultimate trims. Beyond just the trims, there are other models of Elantra that drivers might also want to take a look at.

The Elantra Ultimate with tech package can provide more power, control, and a more refined driving experience if you want to go beyond what the standard 2021 Hyundai Elantra offers.

Ultimately, the 2021 Hyundai Elantra is a great compact car that provides a lot of value and a smooth, safe driving experience for people who plan to stick to streets and roads, don’t want to do any heavy towing, and want a nimble car that is lower to the ground and easier to park. If you’d like to know more, visit us and see the 2021 Hyundai Elantra for yourself.