- the redesigned 2021 hyundai elantra sedan starts at $20,645 for the base se model.
- the elantra is available in sporty n-line and hybrid models, although the gt hatchback version has been discontinued.
- hyundai says the redesigned elantras will be reaching dealerships within the next few months.
pricing for hyundai's redesigned 2021 elantra compact sedan starts at $20,645 and ranges up to $29,095. the expanded lineup now includes a hybrid powertrain, and the sporty version with a turbocharged engine now wears the n-line moniker (it was previously called the elantra sport). the elantra gt hatchback model has been discontinued and won't return for 2021.
the standard 2021 elantra comes with a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter inline-four with 147 horsepower that promises up to 37 mpg combined. it starts off with the $20,645 se model and also offers the better equipped $21,895 sel and $26,445 limited trim levels. all offer a continuously variable automatic transmission.
the elantra hybrid carries a $2650 premium over the conventional model, and starts off with the $24,545 sel hybrid trim. hyundai estimates a combined epa fuel-economy number of 50 mpg, and the hybrid offers a combined 139 horsepower. it's also available in limited spec, which costs $29,095.
the elantra n-line (pictured at top) is the model that gets us most excited, owing to its turbocharged 1.6-liter inline-four with 201 horsepower and standard six-speed manual transmission. it starts at $25,095 and offers a dual-clutch automatic transmission for an extra $900. the manual car comes with goodyear eagle f1 summer tires, while the automatic car has hankook ventus all-season tires.
hyundai says the 2021 elantra will go on sale in the u.s. in the fall, meaning it should arrive at dealerships soon.