Here’s how the Elantra Value Edition does better. While its features list is long with three features that shoppers would otherwise have to pay for: Sunroof, Power Driver’s Seat, and Homelink Mirror with Compass. Plus, advanced safety features like Blind Spot Detection, luxuries such as a power driver’s seat with lumbar support, heated front seats and a hands-free trunk release are also included.

Sure the Elantra outpowers its key competition. But for those who want even more, the Elantra Sport gives you plenty with a 201-hp turbocharged engine. A sport-tuned suspension featuring a multi-link rear setup and steering, flat-bottom leather-wrapped steering wheel and sport seats are just a few of the more notable performance upgrades.

Better for everybody. Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection. It uses a camera and radar sensor to scan for vehicles and pedestrians in the path of your Elantra. If a collision is imminent and the driver does not react, the system deploys. The system can even apply full brake-force stopping power from 5 to 50 mph, giving you an added element of safety. When a pedestrian is detected, full stopping power is automatically applied from 5 to 43 mph.

A seat that acts like it knows you, times two. Here’s an Elantra segment-exclusive feature that drivers can appreciate. Elantra’s available Integrated Memory System is so convenient that it automatically adjusts the driver seat and exterior mirrors to the specified settings of two drivers.

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