This review covers the 2021 Hyundai Elantra, a surprisingly good-looking and well-done sedan from the Korean automaker. Stepping up the game, the Elantra adds a sleek style and smooth, feature-rich interior to the market. Nicely done.
Someone asked me why Hyundai, which has several cars and SUVs on the American market, doesn’t have a pickup truck. That is true of several manufacturers, in fact, and there’s a couple of good reasons for it. I also mention that Hyundai does actually have a truck coming soon. But not like you’re probably thinking.
In this special episode, we talk about the annual Texas Truck Rodeo put on by the Texas Auto Writers Association. Kristin walks us through what she saw, what she learned, and the types of capabilities and comparisons that are tested at this event.
Kristin’s review of the Durango SRT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYpMpVco370
In this review, we look at the all-new Hyundai Venue, a subcompact crossover that fits just underneath the Kona as an entry-level option for the segment. Aaron finds himself impressed with the car, given what it is, though it does have a few flaws to think about. Here’s the rundown.
In this interior walkthrough, I look at the 2020 Hyundai Sonata. I even show off the Smaat Paak feature using my tiny garage. This is a beautiful car with a great look and strong presence. It drives well and is priced nicely too. Not a lot to diss on this sedan. Hyundai brought some good game here.
In this review, I get into the all-new Hyundai Venue and talk about this entry-level crossover-SUV that slots just under the Kona. Unlike the Kona, this compact has no electrification and a much lower price point as a result. With contemporary good looks and a limited color palette to choose from, though, the Venue may not be for everyone. Check it out.
Find the interior walkthrough for this one here: http://aarononautos.com/07/2020-hyundai-venue-interior-walkthrough/
In this interior walkthrough, I get into the all-new Hyundai Venue. This new not-quite-subcompact crossover from Hyundai has a lot of goodness. It hits the mark for a large group of buyers and its price tops out at just about $24k. Check it out.