When you purchase a 2021 Hyundai Elantra N Line, it’s a vehicle that’s filled with premium design. It’s sportier, grander than previous editions. But it still retains the classiness of its timely 2.0 design. New for this year, is the dominant new front grille, dynamic headlamps, tail lamps, and a coupe-like roofline.

This latest Elantra has plenty of hi-tech connectivity. It comes equipped with Blue Link, so drivers can experience the joy and convenience of connected driving. Remote engine start/stop, push maps by call center and tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS), there are 34 Blue Link features that are sure to make your life easy. But that’s not all. Blue Link also makes it possible for you to keep your new ELANTRA safe with features like geo-fence alert, time fencing alert and valet alert.

No stone has been left unturned to make the new ELANTRA thoroughly safe for drivers and passengers. From emergency stop signal to tire pressure monitoring system, it has the most advanced safety features to keep you out of harm’s way.

With the Elantra N Line, there’s a turbocharged 201-hp engine, controlled via a 6-speed manual or if needed, there’s a 7-speed dual clutch transmission with paddle shifter.  Drivers can hear the crisp sounds of the gear shift coming from a chrome-tipped dual exhaust system. With each turn of the wheel, drivers will feel the direct feedback of a sport-tuned suspension and the firm grip performance tires on the 18” alloy wheels. There’s also a multi-link rear suspension for confident cornering.  There’s ambient lighting to any of 64 colors and preheat the cabin using the Hyundai Blue Link app. The interior of the N Line has a sportier character with a unique N Line analog gauge cluster, a sport steering wheel and deeply bolstered sport seats marked by red contrast stitching.

Some of the many other key features on the N Line include Larger front brake rotors; chrome tipped dual exhaust; the popular N Line unique front and rear fascia; the N Line unique front sports seats; alloy sport pedals and black headliner; and Hyundai Digital key 18” alloy wheelsEach time a Hyundai is sold, a portion goes to Hyundai Hope On Wheels to help find a cure for childhood cancer. Over the last 22 years, Hyundai Hope on Wheels has donated more than $172 million for cancer research.

The Numbers: MSRP/about $25,200     MPG:  28/City  36/Hwy