March 6, 2014
The popular Hyundai Sonata, Hyundai Azera and Hyundai Elantra have been refreshed for 2014. Take a look at these all-new models at this year’s Cleveland Auto Show.
The refreshed 2014 Hyundai Elantra is a major highlight of the company’s booth. Styling and features improved to make one of the most popular cars on the road even better. yundai updated the front and rear of your 2014 Elantra. Now you’ll notice the more open-mouth lower bumper and grille. Hyundai updated the fog lights to new “L” shaped design. Hyundai says these changes give the Elantra a more grounded design without compromising that wide grin.
The headlamp and taillamp LED accents were also given a more technical appearance to give the Elantra a stronger attitude. From the profile, a chrome beltline molding and new sets of 17-inch alloy wheels on the Elantra Limited and Sport accentuate the Elantra’s premium image. 15-inch alloy wheels are no standard on the base-level trim A new black, two-tone rear diffuser also sharpens the look of the 2014 Elantra. Hyundai then upgraded the interior to give it a more premium feel. Higher trims now see a third generation navigation and audio technology, and aluminum accents inside with new HVAC controls.
While you’re checking out the latest Hyundais, make sure you also check out the refreshed 2014 Hyundai Sonata. The Sonata has more than 50 new standard features, and some subtle updates to the front and rear ends.
Alloy wheels are now standard on the Sonata, as our tire pressure monitoring systems, and so much more. Design quality is updated with a smaller, more quality front grille, and updates to the rear end as well.
Higher trim levels have for standard features than ever, and the audio system have been improved with an all-new touch screen.
The Hyundai Azera’s starting price is reduced by $1,250 for the new year. The new entry-level Azera comes equipped with a new 6-inch color LCD audio display, rearview backup camera, driver blind-spot mirror, and three years of Hyundai’s Assurance Connected Care services. A new Limited trim now starts at $34,750, and receives a new 8-inch navigation system and new electroluminescent gauge cluster with color LCD trip computer and power-folding side mirrors, reflecting Limited model buyer preferences in the segment.
After you see these popular new sedans, stop by Waikem Hyundai, and see why so many of your friends have switched to the Hyundai lineup the past few years.