2019 Hyundai Elantra: FULL REVIEW + DRIVE: Hyundai’s Best-Seller Gets Angular!

With a big refresh, did the 2019 Hyundai Elantra get even better?? Let’s find out in this IN-DEPTH REVIEW and DRIVE of the 2019 Hyundai Elantra Value Edition! The Elantra Limited, Sport, Value Edition, Eco, SEL and SE trims will be ALL be covered in this review as well! During the video, we will show you the performance data the various engines (2.0L I-4; 1.6L Turbo I-4 and Eco), cargo capacities, distinct styling cues, updated interior technology and functionality, Hyundai BlueLink system, new exterior styling and much more! So, come join us as we sample this automotive delicacy in a very detailed review that will leave no questions unanswered!

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Video Contents:
Detailed Exterior Walkaround: 1:01
Interior Design, Tech & Amenities: 4:02
Occupant Opulence & Cargo: 13:19
Powertrain & Fuel Economy: 17:41
Pricing Information: 22:56

As Tested (Value Edition): $21,575

Special thanks to…
Gates Hyundai, in Richmond, KY
6000 Atwood Dr, Richmond, KY 40475

Hyundai BlueLink Detailed Tutorial:
[coming soon!]

Intro Music:
“South Town” by Riot is free for use on YouTube for any purpose.

Ending Music:
“Ex Boxer” by Riot is free for use on YouTube for any purpose.

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MazdaKidd Rich says:

The 2019 is just hideous major downgrade in terms of styling

Tonetare says:

The company should have stuck in the general direction it was going with the 2011-16 models, the height of the Hyundai era when it was on top in the car brand world. They should have made smoother updates from 2016 on that related to the 2011-16 car exterior design. Instead, they just wholly revamped everything about the car and in away that it went downhill by 2017. Since the 2011-16 models, it doesn’t have it’s unique sculpted shape, slick design, sporty look. It turned into a generic car by 2017 with a oversized ugly grill that has followed through to the 2019 season of the car. I was soooooooo happy to go out and by a 2016 Elantra earlier this month when my mother loaned me a big sum of money to get any car of my choosing. You heard it here. I got myself a silver 2016 Hyundai Elantra (newest of that era) with get this, only 10,000 miles. Paid $13,800 for it. Well worth the money to get my favored car. What’s funny is they had a 2018 Hyundai Elantra for sell at a lower price and I said hell no to get my 2016 Elantra. People seem to like the 2017-18 models better than the 2019, but I give a big hell no to the both of them. This 2019 looks like it’s trying to be aggressive and professional at the same time. Odd mixture and it clashes. The 2017-18 was kind of boring for me.

Flying 4 Film says:

I was thinking about trading my 2014 Elantra GT in for a 2019 Elantra, but after seeing it, I’d rather pick up a 2018 Elantra Sport or just spend the money and go for the Veloster N. This new Elantra just looks so dated and unappealing to me.

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LoveThe PdMods50 says:

Omg hyundai has just fucked everything up….ughghhhhhh!!!!!!!!

xavierp0nce says:

Hyundai just keeps getting worse… The Sonata got uglier, and now the Elantra lol. Yikes.

kevin slade says:

it seems to resemble a vw around the grille…not a fan i have a 18 elantra glad i bought when i did

Tae Roo Lee says:

I hope the sport looks more aggressive

lilgucci rolex says:

Today i came across this car and holy its amazing

Juicy Bouche says:

Issa no for me dawg. They should’ve left the exterior n worked on the interior

palebeachbum says:

Nice job on this review! I’ll be the black sheep and say I like the updated styling, more so at the front. It is a very original design and eye-catching. The rear is a bit bland. The 2018 was a very nice looking car, but I felt the front style looked way too much like the Dodge Dart. I like the subtle revisions they made to the dashboard too. They injected more personality into the design.

Albert Teng says:

I think the design got some inspiration from the Lexus LFA

Noah Spencer says:

Am I the only one that actually prefers the 2019 exterior?

Xavier Mathews says:

I saw it in person in a dark gray. . . . it looked fine. Not great on the front end but nice on the back. I think the older model looks better and the Sport is simply unmatched.

Tampa0123456789 says:

One of those videos you we’re going to watch and ended up watching the whole thing. Very good review.

Happyfeet says:

Man, had this been the design of the 2017 Elantra Sport, I wouldn’t have bought it! Take a look at that fear end…!

ponymoonshadow says:

The 2017-18 model has a much more refined and classy look than this junk. Also the prev model will continue to look good for many years while this styling will become dated and old looking much more quickly. Bad move Hyundai, souring many loyal Hyundai buyers with cliquish design

Hyundai Bình Triệu says:

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D N says:

I saw one on the road today. It looks good from the rear and sides.
The front end will take some getting used to.

Francisco Velazquez says:

Didnt they just refresh the light designs very recently?



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