2017 Hyundai Elantra Takes On A Sharper Look

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2017 Elantra Sedan

2017 Elantra Sedan

The 2017 Hyundai Elantra gets a brand new look in favor of a sharper much more dynamic shape that tosses the “old” design language in the garbage bin, and that’s exactly what Hyundai should have done a long time ago! Times are changing and the need to replenish the youth who will be driving these small sedans is at its all time high.

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The new 2017 Hyundai Elantra will mark the models sixth-generation but has now moved on with the tides and is in conformity with the rest of the Hyundai 2017 line-up. Don’t get me wrong though, it still looks like an Elantra but Hyundai got rid of all the unnecessary lines and bulges that were making it point-blank ugly, now it sort of looks like a new baby sonata.

2017 Elantra Sedan

2017 Elantra Sedan Rear-End

What’s new on the 2017 Hyundai Elantra you may ask? LED daytime running lights positioned in where you would find the fog lights, new sharper reshaped headlights, and a super sexy back with a straight sleek sharper design on the tail-lights featuring trapezoidal LEDS followed by a small lift that looks like a deck spoiler.

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As for the cabin/interior of the 2017 Hyundai Elantra, one would expect to see similar design analogy found in the bigger Hyundai Sonata with a lot of things being carried over like the center stack design and the buttons, knobs as well. New seats now feature better aggressive side bolsters. In the gallery below you can see before and boy oh boy has the 2017 Hyundai Elantra brought in a needed update – the car is certainly heading in the right direction. Does it look like a Dodge Dart? It sort of does, right?

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