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2005 Hyundai Elantra Base 4dr Sedan GLS Manual

2005 Hyundai Elantra
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Front Wheel Drive, 4 Door Sedan, Compact
27 mpg city / 34 mpg hwy
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2005 Hyundai Elantra

4.0
(Based on 1 Review)
Pros:
  • Fuel efficient (1)
  • Attractive exterior styling (1)
  • Reliable quality (1)
  • Plenty of cargo space (1)
  • Comfortable interior (1)
  • 1 Review

    11/25/15
    Pros:
  • Fuel efficient
  • Attractive exterior styling
  • Reliable quality
  • Plenty of cargo space
  • Comfortable interior
  • Cons:
    "Have been driving this car since I got it used around 2009 at a local dealer. Was less than 5 figures since it is a manual transmission, which are more difficult for dealers to move. Had only 32000 ish miles & nearing start of 2016 around 82000 miles so may keep it until up to at least several more years unless major problems occur. Exterior styling OK, but not outstanding. Not a major concern for me. Decent gas milage on hwy. (mid 30's). Generally has been reliable & major problem free since I have an easy driving style. Hatchbacks are the only car style I will consider & this one has fairly good cargo & passenger room. The previous owner installed upgraded sound system (radio/CD). Will probably switch to an automatic trans. for next car due to my age/health concerns as I begin social security. Will not want a bigger car than this & would consider Hyundai again (used Elantra or Accent) along with other similar sized vehicles."
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