Used Car: 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring Review
Reviewers said the 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring is great for city driving, but the engine isn’t powerful enough on the highway. The Elantra Touring has a low reliability score for its class, and there are other wagons with more cargo space.
The 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring has a four-cylinder engine that reviewers agreed is great for city driving. However, they said the Elantra Touring needs more power on the highway, especially when it's loaded down with passengers or cargo. The Elantra Touring is available with an automatic transmission, but reviewers liked the manual transmission that comes standard. The Elantra Touring gets 26 mpg combined with either transmission, which is high for the class. Test drivers said the Elantra Touring handles nicely around turns, but also that it isn’t particularly sporty.
Reviewers liked the spacious and practical interior of the 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring. They also said the supportive seating throughout the Elantra Touring is comfortable for all passengers. With the rear seats folded, the Elantra Touring has 65.3 cubic feet for cargo, or 24.3 cubic feet with all the seats in use, which is small for the class. Standard features include a stereo system with six speakers, satellite radio and a USB input, heated mirrors and a four-way adjustable driver’s seat. Available equipment includes roof rails, cruise control, a cooled glove box, a driver’s seat with lumbar support and a power sunroof.
Other Cars to Consider
According to reviewers, the 2010 VW Jetta SportWagen has an upscale interior. The Jetta SportWagen also has two available engines that earn great fuel economy ratings.
The 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour has high safety and reliability scores for its class. The Accord Crosstour also has an available all-wheel drive system if you need extra traction on slick roads.