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    Elantra SR Turbo. Performance unleashed. Experience the exhilaration of our kW L turbo engine in the Elantra SR Turbo. Guaranteed to add some spice.

    There is a sprinkling of Goldilocks about the Hyundai Elantra, and in a different time, when people loved sedans more than hatches, it might.

    Hyundai sr turbo

    Hyundai sr turbo

    The Elantra SR Turbo is easily the most fun warmed-over sedan available at its price point. As mentioned before, our test car ran the seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, which is an in-house Hyundai jobbie. The back doors open nice and wide and the opening is big despite the sloping roof line. In all, a staggering 50 different suspension combinations were evaluated.

    Hyundai sr turbo

    Hyundai sr turbo

    Hyundai sr turbo

    Hyundai sr turbo

    Hyundai sr turbo

    Hyundai Elantra SR Turbo Review | Practical Motoring

    Based on the Elantra sedan, the SR Turbo gains a higher output engine, independent rear-suspension over the torsion-beam setup, a choice of auto or manual transmission and locally tuned suspension and steering. Standard inclusions include inch alloys or inch with optional Pirelli tyres , SR body kit with twin exhaust tips and LED headlights and taillights.

    The seats provide firm but ergonomic support up front and the adjustable lumbar support is good — over country kilometres the seats never felt tiring and the cabin space is well setup for getting comfortable. The back row offers ISOfix points on the outer seats and three top tether anchors.

    Hyundai sr turbo

    We were able to fit a rear-facing baby seat to the outer seats although it required the front seats to be moved forward a fair amount.

    The D-shaped flat bottomed steering wheel has a good amount of tilt-and-reach adjustment, looks the business and adds to the sporty feel inside. The automatic model gets paddle shifters but we only had the manual equipped variant on test.

    Hyundai sr turbo

    The manual gearshift sits nicely in the centre console and is a good distance from the arm rest for tireless shifting. Among the console are two USB ports for connecting devices to the 7-inch infotainment screen. Around the back the boot offers a large litres. Living up to its warm sedan status the 1. Matched with a six-speed manual the SR Turbo is fun and engaging drive, even if it falls short of worrying hotter hatches and sedans.

    The Turbo SR balances just enough body roll and road feel with good composure that it settles quickly and can be flicked about with confidence. The steering has also undergone adjustment here and provides a better steer. Indeed the steering in the Turbo SR is sharp with quick turn-in and response from the front end. Over a mixture of surfaces the Turbo SR provided good bump absorption and comfort. On unsealed roads the ride remained composed and confident. NVH is also good, although we only tested the inch Hankook tyres — the optional inch Pirelli tyres may transmit a little more tyre roar in sacrifice for grip, not that the Hankooks were not good enough for a quick squirt.

    The Hyundai Elantra has been awarded a 5-star ANCAP rating rated and comes with standard safety features such as reversing camera, front and rear parking sensors, rear cross traffic alert and blind spot monitoring with lane change assist.

    Hyundai sr turbo

    However the Turbo SR is not available with automatic emergency braking or adaptive cruise control. For fitting baby seats the Elantra is equipped with ISOfix anchors on the two outer rear seats, and three top tether anchors across all back seats.

    A rear-facing baby seat will fit in the back but requires the front seat to move forward more than halfway — a front facing seat fits fine. Alex Rae grew up among some of the great stages of Targa Tasmania, an event that sparked his passion for all things mechanical. Currently living across Bass Strait in Melbourne, Alex has worked for the last decade in the automotive world as both a photographer and journalist, and is now a freelancer for various publications.



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