Find the 2016 Hyundai Elantra Owners Manual below. The 2016 Hyundai Elantra manual EPA estimates are around 27 and 37 mpg in the city and highway, respectively. Talking about the 2L engine, it returns EPA estimates of 24 and 34 mpg in cities and highways.
This beautiful sedan dates back to 2011. Since then, Hyundai Elantra has taken over its competitors with a smile. In 2016, some new features were added to the Sport and Limited trims. These levels have got new rear and front styling with LED lighting. You also get the debutant Value Edition trim for the 2016 model year.
2016 Hyundai Elantra Owners Manual comes with a base 1.8L inline engine which maxes out at 145 hp. The front-wheel drive comes with a six-speed manual transmission. It has decent handling that will give you a sporty feel. The drivetrain gives you good control over your ride.
A problem that this engine faces is difficulty in climbing hills. Elantra came with a solution when it introduced a 2L engine. This engine comes with the power to generate 175 hp. Not only is this drivetrain capable of riding steep slopes, but you also get a boost in acceleration.
Elantra’s airy and quiet interior has enough spaced to seat five passengers. Front passengers will have the advantage of plush and cozy seats. They enjoy the most space in the 2016 Hyundai Elantra Owners Manual. Rear seats provide reasonable comfort for two people. Headroom becomes less in the rear seats for tall passengers.
2016 Hyundai Elantra Manual Features & Reviews
The standard material for the seats is cloth upholstery. You have the option to install leather upholstery and heated rear seats. Front and rear seats will have an option of ventilation. All the controls and buttons inside the cabin are very logically arranged. Main controls are placed at practical locations for easy reach. Dash materials are a mix of smooth-touch surfaces and hard plastics.
2016 Hyundai Elantra Owners Manual features two touchscreen interfaces. These interfaces have straightforward menus that are very easy to use. According to reviewers, the 2016 Hyundai Elantra manual feedback system is one of the most comprehensive in its class.
Four trim levels, namely SE, Value Edition, Limited, and Sport, are offered for the 2016 model year. They give the advantage to set your Elantra according to your needs. Upper trim levels can get you more upgraded and advanced technology features. Firm ride quality and so-so acceleration are some major setbacks of the 2016 Hyundai Elantra.
2016 Hyundai Elantra Owners Manual SE comes standard with full power accessories, air conditioning, and cruise control. Technological features include a trip computer, satellite radio, and USB port. Drivers get a height-adjustable driver seat with a tilt/telescoping steering wheel.