Compare the Hyundai Elantra

Compare the Elantra to the Civic, Corolla and Mazda3 in Concord

Considering the 2017 Hyundai Elantra? Don't enter into any new agreement lightly, because our staff here at Modern Hyundai of Concord believes that even new Hyundai models deserve to be researched and compared. This is why this page is so helpful. You can compare the new Elantra against its closest competitors and be ready with all the facts before your test drive. Contact us today to set one up and discuss the financing available to all Concord and Charlotte area customers.

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The Elantra vs. the Honda Civic in Concord

  • When it comes to price, the Elantra has what it takes to provide you with the same great features as the Civic but for less.
  • SiriusXM Satellite Radio is standard in the Elantra, but is not available in the Civic as a standard feature, which leaves you playing the same mix CDs from college instead of keeping up with your favorite stations.
  • There is also no iPod jack for you to substitute in for the luxury of satellite radio, which begs the question, "what does the Civic expect you to listen to?"

The Elantra vs. the Toyota Corolla in Concord

  • The Toyota Corolla is another vehicle that is priced higher than the 2017 Elantra despite having similar features.
  • With the Elantra, your warranty will have you covered for 60 basic months, 60,000 basic miles, 120 powertrain months, and offers 100,000 powertrain miles. The Corolla only offers 36 months of basic coverage, 36,000 basic miles, 60 powertrain months, and 60,000 powertrain miles.
  • If you adore SiriusXM Satellite Radio, you are going to go nuts over the Elantra which offers this feature standard. The Corolla is not so lucky, which means you're going to need to feel at the mercy of morning talk show hosts during your commute.

The Elantra vs. the Mazda3 4-Door in Concord

  • Price seems to be an issue with the Elantra's competition, because they all seem to try to charge more for the same great features. We wonder why that is when you can enjoy those features for less in the Elantra.
  • We have a serious problem with models not offering SiriusXM Satellite Radio like the Elantra does. Perhaps it would be best to stop bringing it up, but it causes us to again question why someone would pay more for less.
  • They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but we wonder if that means you also need to pay extra for a little added style. We certainly find the Elantra every bit as exciting in the visual sense as the Mazda3, so we wonder what customers are spending more for.