Thursday, April 12, 2012

Test Drive Hyundai Elantra

1. Today bought in more MudaJaya at RM2.76 but only partially matched. :( Will continue to buy in more when it dip further.

2. That day, went to Hyundai Car Dealer, test drive the New Elantra 1.8. First look at the car from outside is very appealing. Like it very much, the only set back is the back seat where the design of the car is curving downward that causes the head room to be a bit narrow. :( There is vast different between Elantra 1.6 HS and 1.8 especially the front dash board. 1.8 has all the gadget in there as compare to 1.6. Very sporty look and handling is extremely smooth while test driving. I would advise to go all the way out to get 1.8 if one is tempting to get this beauty but all these still boil down to pricing. 1.8 cost at RM111,888 not cheap though. :( With this price, this make me think twice. :(

3. Another new car launching on 16/4/2012. Yes, it is new Proton called "Preve". Wow !! so many new cars coming a long the way. Hope to get a test drive when it launched. :)


Teng said...


Hyundai Elantra 1.8 at 112K is definately not cheap. Altis 1.8 is 113k.

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horse said...


I thought so. It is not cheap for a korean car. Too bad it is priced as such else would have grab it right away.

Now will consider Proton, wait for it to launch first.

Teng said...


YTLPOWER-WB is 63cts now even mother is not moving.You still hold any ?

Tyra Shortino said...

When it comes to sleek body lines, lovely curves, and beautifully crafted interiors, the Hyundai Elantra has it all. It is practical to use for people who are always on the go because it has a big compartment space for accessories and a roomy luggage space. It isn’t lacking in amenities too, and it’s priced lower than most cars that have the same luxuries it has.

*Tyra Shortino

Carry said...

When I test drove a Hyundai Elantra, the first thing I noticed was the comfortable and convenient driving control system. It has all the improvements that I’ve never seen in other Hyundai cars. Plus, it has a six-speed automatic transmission, which is way better than a car with 5 speeds only. It only shows that Hyundai has highly advanced engineering capabilities.

>Carry Bacot

Erwin Calverley said...

If you can’t afford to own a brand new Hyundai Elantra 1.8 HS, you can always opt for a pre-owned one. If you really want this car, I believe there are ways for you to do so without putting your finances at risk. And that one option I mentioned is the most feasible one. Just make sure that you will exercise utmost caution in choosing a secondhand Hyundai Elantra. It’s best if you’d visit trusted car dealerships that offer the said model, rather than entertaining offers from random strangers. Hope you get to take home your own Elantra soon!

-Erwin Calverley

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