Top ten reasons to buy a 2017 Hyundai Elantra from now until 2022

The 2017 Hyundai Eon has finally arrived in Australia.

The sedan was launched in March 2017, at the same time as the Elantras debut, and is one of the biggest selling cars in history.

With a range of 7,500km (4,934 miles) on the clock, the Hyundai Elatra is well positioned to take a seat at the top of the range.

Read moreThe 2017 Hyundai Electra was launched last year in the same market, but is far more expensive, with the Eon starting at $55,818, and the Electra Plus at $60,634.

The Eon comes with a five-speed manual transmission, while the Electras manual transmission can be swapped for a six-speed.

The Hyundai Eos have been around for nearly five years, with its first model launching in 2017, with an estimated sales of over 1 million.

Key featuresThe Hyundai Elan has always been the flagship car for Hyundai.

It is the only vehicle in the range to offer a 5.0L four-cylinder engine, and has been around since 2002.

It was built around a standard 2.0 litre engine and features a range from 2,000km (1,650 miles) to 3,000kms (1.4 miles) depending on driving conditions.

The 2018 Hyundai Elante is one-off, and costs around $52,900.

It is a pretty good choice for a commuter car, with a range that is around 6,000 kilometres (4.8 miles) when fully charged.

The battery pack will give you about 3,500 kilometres (2,500 miles) of range, so you should be able to make it to Sydney if you drive in the city.

The Elantran is slightly less powerful than the Eons, at 5,300hp (3,600kg), but its power is still comparable.

The range-topping Eon starts at $58,100 and is powered by a 2.6L four cylinder engine.

The Elantrias best selling feature is the ability to choose from a variety of exterior options, from a high-visibility paint job to a sports-style rear spoiler.

The car is also equipped with heated front seats, a heated steering wheel and a heated rear seats.

In addition to the Elan, the Electronas main competitor is the Hyundai Bolt, which starts at just under $50,000.

The Bolt starts at 2,400hp (1:50.5kW) and can reach a top speed of around 70km/h (50mph).

Hyundai has been making big strides with safety technology in the past decade.

Its first self-driving car was released in 2016, and last year, the company introduced the CarPlay system, which uses radar to detect the position of other cars in a car’s vicinity, allowing you to use voice commands.

However, it has been a long time coming.

Hyundai has been working on self-parking, which is a system that makes it easy to drive without a car behind.

It has been in use since 2010, and it was introduced into the vehicle in 2018.

This year, Hyundai has started introducing self-checkpointing, meaning that when you have an accident, your car will automatically park itself.

Although Hyundai has already released its first vehicle with a fully autonomous system, the system will be rolled out in 2021.

That will see the first fully autonomous vehicle arrive in Australia within six months.

The Elan and Electrona were designed with a focus on safety, so there is a lot to like about the car, especially when you consider that it will be the first car to come with fully autonomous driving.

The only other car in the series that has a fully self-driven system is the Porsche Panamera, which also has an electric drivetrain.

The 2017 Elantronas range comes in at around 4,500kms (~3,000 miles), while the 2018 Elante range is around 4.6-4.9kms.

For an even more detailed look at how the Hyundai Eons and Electras compare, check out our Hyundai Elanti comparison chart.