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Hyundai Elantra N specs

Car type 4-door saloon
Curb weight 1445 kg (3186 lbs)
Introduced 2021
Origin country South Korea
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Powertrain specs

Engine type Smartstream (turbo)
Displacement 2.0 l (122 ci)
Power 280 ps (276 bhp / 206 kw) @ 5500 rpm
Torque 392 Nm (289 lb-ft) @ 2100 rpm
Power / liter 140 ps (138 hp)
Power / weight 194 ps (191 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 271 Nm (200 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 6-speed manual or 8-speed dual-clutch
Layout front engine, front wheel drive
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altimgamr  2w ago

wrx and ct4-v > pos elantra n

https://www.autoblog.com/2022/07/22/hyundai-subsidiary-factory-luverne-alabama-child-labor/

DONT believe their "10 year" warranty hype, hyunDIE and KEYyuh suck


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hostboy  3m ago

Yeah the Hyundai Elantra N looks and feels like a compact car, but the inside of it makes it closer to a midsize. This wasn't even designed to rival the Subaru WRX, but it's more of a middle ground between the Subaru WRX and the Toyota Camry TRD.

The Honda Accord Sport is a FULL-SIZE sedan and not even a semi-track performance version either, that barely goes against Camry XSE, really more like Avalon XSE. It's a "little" lighter than Camry, but only because of ALUMINUM construction and a SMALLER TURBO engine. It's a middle ground between Nissan Maxima and Toyota Avalon and not at all an Altima or Camry competitor.

The Sonata N-Line and K5 GT, too, are a breed of full-size. Quite a "midsize" car by American standards, MOST mainstream "midsize" outside of Camry, Altima, Malibu and Legacy all would be considered full-size.

Hyundai is HUGE car stuff, and Honda doesn't have a true midsize offering, the Civic is a bit on the smaller end though nowhere as cramped as a Corolla or Sentra.

3 Series midsize versus 5 Series "midsize"... there's unofficially two types in this whole American "segment"... I think Kia Stinger fits the niche bill as a 4 Series Gran Coupe midsize, as with Volkswagen Arteon


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benedekpuskas  5m ago

Such a cool way of comparing cars, I wonder if someone already came up with this, or it's a completely new thing?

 


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hostboy  6m ago

2.5-liter 4-cylinder turbo x 1.7 = equivalent 3.5-liter 6-cylinder naturally aspirated


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hostboy  6m ago

The spiritual successor to the BMW E39 M5 and E46 M3!