The facelifted Hyundai Elantra is here with a BS6-spec petrol engine and we pit it against the Honda Civic and Skoda ...
We check out the new Hyundai Elantra petrol to see what effect the BS6 update has had on the engine.
18,000km on our long-term Hyundai and it still feels as tight as a drum; no rattles, no shakes.
A long stint in Mumbai proved how well-suited the Elantra is to the cut and thrust of city traffic. But it’s thirsty ...
Is the updated Skoda Octavia good enough to take on the cheaper Hyundai Elantra?
It drives effortlessly and offers a real dash of luxury.
The new executive sedan has an easy-going character that’s best appreciated in the city.
Hyundai’s strengths of visual flair and lots of equipment return with the new Elantra. But this executive sedan has ...
The new Elantra looks even better than the last one. But what's it like behind the wheel?
Hyundai's Elantra gets updated. With a number of exterior and interior changes, the Elantra remains mechanically unc...
One of the nicest methods to part ways with a long termer is to take it on a roadtrip. We did just that with the Elan...
The Elantra has proved to be faultless, if a bit lacking in character.
Second report: Our gorgeous Hyundai Elantra has impressed us with its ability to rack up the kilometres without a fuss.
We’re impressed by how big a step up this new Elantra is from the old one. But can it continue to impress us?
Great looks, lots of equipment, diesel economy and the convenience of an auto ’box. What more could you ask for?
With brand new design, features and mechanicals at a competitive price, Hyundai makes a comeback with the Elantra
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