2020 Hyundai Elantra GT N Line Quick Review
From the outside the 2020 Elantra GT N Line may seem small, but this GT with five doors can easily accommodate four and a half adults and offers the comfort and smooth ride that we know of the Elantra in sedan format.
The special feature of this version is its name, N Line. It is a livery offering the aesthetic elements that equip the vehicle of the performance division of Hyundai.
At the moment, only the Veloster has an N version, equipped with a more powerful engine. In the case of the Elantra GT, the N Line version offers red accents inside, including the seat belts, and a different suspension setting than the "normal" Elantra.
It is certain that this Elantra GT N Line will not stick you in your seat during accelerations. But decidedly, with a manual transmission, it was fun to drive.
The 2020 Elantra GT has a responsive 8.0-inch touchscreen that includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The controls are very user-friendly.
Watch our quick review, in which we discuss the benefits of driving a clutch, especially if you have a teenager or can't get away from your phone. By driving this manual transmission 2020 Hyundai Elantra GT you simply don't have time to check your email or message while standing under a traffic light. Your hands are busy with the manual transmission. This is why I really liked this car.
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