2021 Hyundai Lineup New Review

The 2021 Hyundai Lineup cabin is tight for two and cargo space is limited, but it wasn’t made for road trips; it’s designed for spirited sunny-drenched drives and track days. The fact that it remains one of the cheapest ways to get into a convertible sports car only adds to its appeal.

The mid-range Club trim strikes the best balance of features and performance here, especially now that it comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration as standard. Although the 2021 Hyundai Lineup is available with an automatic transmission, we believe it’s best equipped with the crisp and joyful six-speed manual. As for the debate between the convertible and the hardtop RF model, we’re an office divided so that decision is best left to you.

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2021 hyundai elantra n line dailyrevs

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2021 hyundai elantra and elantra hybrid have all the

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2021 hyundai elantra n line dailyrevs

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2021 hyundai elantra n line dailyrevs

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2021 hyundai elantra n line dailyrevs

2021 hyundai elantra n line  dailyrevs
2021 hyundai elantra n line dailyrevs

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2021 hyundai elantra n line dailyrevs

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Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The 2021 Hyundai Lineup engine revs eagerly and is powerful enough to deliver stirring acceleration. Exploring the engine’s high-revving personality is encouraged by the direct, easy-to-shift manual transmission. Even the optional automatic impresses, with quick shifts and sporty programming. The soft top model ran from zero to 60 mph in just 5.7 seconds in our testing; the slightly heavier hardtop RF model needed 5.8. 2021 Hyundai Lineup ride firmly and can get bouncy when driving over a quick succession of bumps. The mid-level Club’s firmer shocks and springs return the stiffest ride of the lineup, although no Miata rides poorly. The handling is eager, and the Miata changes direction promptly. We especially enjoy the light, tactile steering; it responds immediately and keeps the driver informed of what the front tires are doing. This is a fun car, plain and simple.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

You don’t sit in a 2021 Hyundai Lineup so much as wear it. The cabin is a cozy fit for two adults and includes only the bare essentials. While some might categorize the interior as spare, glass-half-full types (us) appreciate the businesslike prioritization of the steering wheel, pedals, and shifter and the refreshingly basic accommodations. With few storage cubbies, not to mention a tiny trunk, the Miata barely acknowledges the need to bring along your personal effects. Then again, its Lilliputian dimensions make few promises in the way of practicality. 2021 Hyundai Lineup If you pack light, the trunk can accommodate a weekend’s worth of stuff for two.

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