2010 Hyundai Elantra GLS

$17k car, designed & built in Korea 26 city / 34 hwy 364-476 mile range, gas engine
138 hp 122 cu. in. 4-cylinder 5 stars ABS, child door locks

What are people saying about the Elantra

"It zips around in city driving with ease, and then is surprisingly robust on the freeway." | talking about the vehicle's handling
"Yet another impressive offering from Hyundai." | talking about the vehicle's overall satisfaction
"The Elantra looks great from every angle. The front end offers an edgy and muscular feel, but it doesn’t seem forced, and the back end matches that look and feel." | talking about the vehicle's external styling


The Elantra GLS vs other Recent cars

Highway gas mileage Good highway fuel efficiency Help
34 mpg
Front driver crash test Safer for the driver in head-on collisions Help
5 stars
MSRP Very inexpensive Help
basic warranty years Fantastically long-lasting basic warranty Help
5 year
child door locks Child door locks Help
navigation system Navigation system Help
In-city gas mileage Good city fuel efficiency Help
26 mpg
Front passenger crash test Safer for the front passenger in head-on collisions Help
5 stars
basic warranty miles Fantastically long basic warranty Help
60,000 mile
front seats Spacious front seats Help
56.0 ft3
folding rear seats Folding rear seats Help
Has speed sensitive volume Has speed-sensitive volume Help


The Elantra GLS vs other Recent cars

0-60 mph Sluggish 0-60 time Help
10.6 seconds
Air compressor Naturally-aspirated engine Help
Drivetrain type Worse drivetrain traction Help
front-wheel drive
Lateral acceleration Mediocre cornering ability Help
0.8 g
Power-to-weight ratio Less sporty performance Help
19.9 lb/hp
Stability control system Doesn't have stability control system Help
leather Leather Help
Not Available
passenger power seats Passenger power seats Help
Not Available
CD changer CD changer Help
Not Available
Has subwoofer Lacks a subwoofer Help
Stereo power Somewhat underpowered speaker system Help
172 Watts
1/4 mile Pokey 1/4 mile time Help
17.9 s s @ 78.0 mph mph
Driver side crash test Less safe for the driver in side collisions Help
4 stars
Horsepower Somewhat underpowered Help
138 HP @ 6,000 RPM
Number of gears Few gears Help
Rollover resistance Higher risk of rolling over during emergency lane change Help
4 stars
entertainment system Entertainment system Help
Not Available
moon roof Moon roof Help
Not Available
power seats Power seats Help
Not Available
Has rear spoiler Doesn't have a rear spoiler Help
Number of speakers Few speakers Help
premium radio Premium radio Help
Not Available

Other Trims

This model comes in a sedan with an automatic transmission and optional navigation system, but the Elantra GLS is also available in a wagon with a manual transmission and navigation system but without navigation system or in a wagon with an automatic transmission and navigation system but without navigation system.

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