Just two trims are available for the 2019 Hyundai Elantra GT, with a base model featuring a 161-horsepower naturally aspirated 2.0-liter powerplant and a six-speed automatic gearbox for $20,450. It’s the less sporting of two trims, and features more sedate styling and cloth upholstery.
The more expensive, sportier N Line trim comes with a 201-hp 1.6T engine and two gearboxes, a six-speed manual for $23,300 and a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic for $24,400. Sportier N Line styling outside is paired with leather upholstery, sports seats and a sport steering wheel inside, and bigger brakes and sportier, independent rear suspension beneath the sheet metal.
An available Technology package for the N Line includes a panoramic sunroof, eight-inch navigation system, ventilated seats, wireless charging, and a range of safety features. While pricing for this package isn’t available for 2019, the 2018 version of the same package costs $3,850, so a fully-loaded GT N Line should cost around $28,250, the same starting price as a lower-powered Honda Civic Sport Touring.
|Configuration||Engine||Transmission||Drivetrain||Combined MPG||Exterior Colors||Price (MSRP)|
|Hatchback Automatic||2.0-liter Inline-4 Gas||6-Speed Automatic with SHIFTRONIC||FWD||27 mpg||