2021 North American Car of the Year™. ELANTRA takes top honors for its forward-thinking design and next-level technology. Looking boss and loaded with features like big, bold digital displays and wireless everything, it’s easy to see why ELANTRA is a 100% winner.
Transformed and loaded with technology, ELANTRA takes the spotlight with a giant leap into modern style. Intelligent innovations include the largest available touchscreen in its class at 10.25 inches, wireless Apple CarPlay® or Android Auto™, and wireless device charging. Get ready for a bold new take on sedans, 2022 ELANTRA.
Gas: Performance and efficiency. Count on ELANTRA’s traditional gasoline powertrain to strike the right balance between power and MPG.
Hybrid: Go the distance. Get the impressive high MPG that only comes from a hybrid. With great features and amazing leading-edge tech, ELANTRA Hybrid easily goes the extra mile.
N Line: Sport performance and design. A turbo engine. A sportier look. Speed and agility like you’ve never experienced on ELANTRA. It’s all here in N Line.
ELANTRA stirs up the dramatic. Sharply defined character lines on the sides flow with its crisply contoured bumpers. A dominant bold grille up front and the angled design of the rear are equal measures of break-out-of-the-expected bold. From every angle ELANTRA is anything but boring.
Team up an available hi-res 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation, the largest screen in its class, with an available 10.25-inch, fully digital instrument cluster. Then house them together in a single, integrated panel that beautifully shows your information and entertainment, and keeps your focus on driving.
The 2022 Elantra has Hyundai Complimentary Maintenance for 3 years plus America’s Best Warranty. And with 3 Day Worry-Free Exchange, you can shop with confidence.
What is cheaper: the Hyundai Elantra or the Nissan Sentra?
The 2022 Hyundai Elantra starts at $19,950 and the Nissan Sentra starts at $19,510.
What gets better MPG: the Hyundai Elantra or the Nissan Sentra?
The 2022 Hyundai Elantra is rated at City 33/Hwy 43/Comb 37 MPG and the Nissan Sentra is rated at City 29/Hwy 39/Comb 33 MPG.
What is the performance difference between the Hyundai Elantra and the Nissan Sentra?
The horsepower rating of the 2022 Hyundai Elantra is rated at 147 @ 6200 RPM and the Nissan Sentra is rated at 149 @ 6000 RPM.