2020 Hyundai Elantra: Impressive Is As Impressive Does

Something exciting has been brewing at Hyundai HQ. It looks like an Elantra. It acts like an Elantra. It sounds like an Elantra. Could it be a new 2020 Hyundai Elantra? You bet.

2020 Hyundai Elantra Birmingham

The Elantra has always been impressive (read about the 2013 model that traveled over 1 million miles on its original powertrain). Now, following an inspired facelift last year, the upscale 2020 Elantra is even more impressive, proving once and for all that cars – that is, affordable, well-equipped, good cars – still have a place in our crossover-crowded world.

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Hyundai: Vehicle Reliability is the Name of the Game

Are Hyundai vehicles reliable? Farrah Haines of Kansas has your answer; in just 5 years, Haines, a delivery driver stationed in Kansas, stunningly put 1 million miles on the odometer of her original ’13 Hyundai Elantra. To put that dumbfounding number in perspective: driving an average of 14,000 miles annually, your typical American driver would rack up 1,000,000 miles in…71 years and change. Farrah, you’re a certified legend in our book.

That sentiment also extends to the Elantra she’s driving. Putting a million miles on any car is an astounding feat, but doing it on an original powertrain — well, that sends Hyundai to the ranks of “next-level legendary.” So, being one of the most reliable auto brands in America, Hyundai is well-deserving of all the internet salutes and reimagined The Proclaimers song lyrics you can muster.

But I would drive 500,000 miles
And I would drive 500,000 more
Just to be the car who drives a million miles
To deliver boxes, door-to-door

But how did the Hyundai Elantra do it? The answer may surprise you (probably not – it’s TLC and maintenance).

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