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The Hyundai Elantra has come a long way from where it first started. After a massive redesign back on the 2017 models, the 2019 Elantra got some terrific updates too. Hyundai will continue to evolve the Elantra year by year, but the 2019 is where the bar was set. Hyundai’s are the perfect car that will get us the most bangs for our buck. It offers so much more than just the typical basic features that one might find in other brands or models like the Nissan Sentra. Because of this, we find that we are drawn to the practicality of the Hyundai Elantra.

Starting with what makes the 2019 Hyundai Elantra an awesome candidate for your next vehicle, it offers an extensive warranty that will protect you and your investments starting with the 10 years/ 100,000 mile powertrain warranty. Robert Larson’s Hyundai of Tacoma also offers a Lifetime Limited Powertrain Warranty show cased in the Larson Difference on select vehicles (for more information visit Inside, the car is jam packed with innovative technologies that give the Elantra a very luxury feeling. With every feature, the Elantra is more and more capable and efficient to provide a safe and comfortable ride.

 Hyundai has included every trim model to maximize the appeal to those with different vehicle needs. From the sport model to economy that is completely designed to be fuel efficient, there are options for everyone. If we were to take another look into the Hyundai Elantra and compare it to its competitors such as the Nisan Sentra, there is no question to which vehicle will suit all your needs for a more affordable price.

The Hyundai Elantra and the Nissan Sentra both present themselves to compact sedans and/or EPA classified as midsize. These vehicles on their own bring a lot to the table. Featuring content and variety, one vehicle stands out a little more than the other. The Hyundai Elantra has an extensive amount of room in the interior which also includes headroom (F: 38.8”, R: 37.3”), Legroom (F: 42.4”, R: 35.7”) and cargo volume (14.4 cu.ft). The Nissan Sentra offers substantially less overall room for passenger space and cargo space than the Hyundai. Just as well, the Hyundai Elantra tenders a more powerful powertrain than the Nissan Sentra.

2019 Hyundai Elantra- 2019 Nissan Sentra

Engine: 2.0 liter – 1.8 liter

Horsepower: 147hp - 130 hp

Torque: 132 lb-ft – 128 lb-ft

Thanks to the Elantra’s makeover in 2019, it has surpassed many of the more basic vehicles that are offered. It has done a great job at standing out in a crowd and has extensively redesigned the simple car aesthetic. Come test drive the Hyundai Elantra at Robert Larson’s Hyundai of Tacoma on South Tacoma Way today!

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