2007 Hyundai Elantra Overview

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4 Dr GLS
Avg. Price: $6,936
4 Dr Limited
Avg. Price: $7,758
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Avg. Price: $6,279
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4.65 stars

Based on 22 reviews

Lots Of Ameneties For The Price by paulfmco
 — Drove and bought the 07 Elantra 04/07. Small things like water bottle holders in the door panel,adjustable rear seat head rests,adequate rear seat leg room without having the front seat passengers wit... Read More
Transmission For Manual Is Smooth, Excellant All Around Vehicle, Gas Mileage As Per Rating. by Gregm
 — A beautiful car to drive, the manual transmission is smooth and effortless. Very quite interior during normal driving. The steering is a little loose during hard braking and in sharp turns. Overall I ... Read More
Hyundai Elantra by Andrew
 — The best value in its class.Solid build quality,reliable,safe great warranty,very good gas miliage,everything i need in a car and then some.Thoughtful details other companies cheap out on.If this car ... Read More

2007 Hyundai Elantra Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 22 reviews

2007 Hyundai Elantra

In its 16th year on the market, the Hyundai Elantra line has a new sibling, the 2007.  With a 2.0-liter, 138hp 4 cylinder engine under the hood, the 2007 Hyundai Elantra is an excellent compact sedan.  A 5 speed manual transmission comes standard in the Elantra, with a 4 speed automatic as an option.  Gas mileage in this sedan is excellent, especially for a non-hybrid, at 28/36 miles per gallon.  
The 2007 Hyundai Elantra is a simple sedan as far as comforts go.  Air conditioning, cruise control, steering mounted controls, and CD player are the major comforts available.  For the first time, the Elantra line does have the option of heated seats, though not on all of the trims.  In today's market, the Elantra isn't overly burdened with comforts, but it certainly has enough for any normal person.  And as far as safety goes, this front wheel drive has ABS and front and side airbags.
Owners are very fond of the 2007 Hyundai Elantra.  The biggest complaint I found was that it didn't have enough power, but it is a 4 cylinder after all.  Several people also commented on the sparseness of the interior, especially compared to other year-models.  However, there seemed to be enough comforts to keep the majority of people happy. The Hyundai Elantra seems to work well as a mid-line, smaller sedan for the single commuter.

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Hyundai Elantra Questions

Tere Ayers
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My 2007 Hyndai Elantra Makes A Screeching Noise That Stops When The Brakes ...

My 2007 Hyndai Elantra makes a screeching noise that stops when the brakes are applied.

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odev2021
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What's Going On With My Car?

My hyundai was working fine then BAM! All the dash lights come on (battery, ABS, airbag..etc) The stereo dies, my car will click but not turn over. If I give the car gas it will power up but the sec...

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elantra219
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When Rating The Price Of The Cars, What's The Difference Btwn High Priced A...

I'm trying to determine how the market value works, the difference btwn overpriced and high priced?? I just bought a 2007 Elantra for $8100. It's super clean, only 61,000 miles, 2 owners/ Second owner...

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khurramm
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I Replaced Battery On My Hyundai Elentra And Now Heater, Radio And Dashboar...

I replaced battery on my hyundai elentra and now heater, radio and dashboard lights wont turn on. Also my battery and EPS lights are lit up. Car start with no issue

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beverts12
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Car Wont Shut Off

The other night I turned my car off took out the keys and went to unbuckle my kids from there car seats. My dashlights started to blink and the seat belt alarm was dinging and then stopped. I star...

57 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 months ago)