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The Elantra N looks very intriguing.... curious if anyone interested in the Elantra N?

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I'm very interested in it, but will be waiting a while after it comes out sense I just got the N line. I knew it was dropping later in the year when I bought the N line, but couldn't wait.

I'm curious to see the MSRP. Also curious on real world availability since it's so hard to find new cars right now.

It sounds amazing though. Will definitely be watching and prodding my wife to let me get one in a couple years!
 

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I noticed today the 2021 Elantra N has 201 HP 1.6 liter engine and the 2022 has 280 HP 2.0 liter
2021 is Elantra N line. They are releasing this new trim level "N" which is higher performance than the N line. My understanding is that both trims will be available.
 

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holy cow. 289 lbs/ft, AND limited slip. gonna make a lotta sonata n line owners/wanters take notice. now, will there be a higher hp sonata n line? and where will it end?
 

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hochiinn not just the rear but it needs a "little more work" in the front as well to make it more apealing just my 2cents. daughter has a 2014 elantra been hands down super super reliable as owning any Honda/toyota.!! product ... just saying
 

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hochiinn not just the rear but it needs a "little more work" in the front as well to make it more apealing just my 2cents. daughter has a 2014 elantra been hands down super super reliable as owning any Honda/toyota.!! product ... just saying
i dont think reliable is the goal. and i have never cared what the car looks like on the outside, because most of the time i would not be looking at the outside. my last bmw 2002(73) had big patches of rust on the outside, with badly faded white paint. i even tinted a couple windows on the outside of the glass. inside were recaro seats, on electric frames, a/c, and a 5 gauge cluster i had made. under the hood was a turbocharged engine, 5 spd, and limited slip diff. 18 gal fuel tank from a tii turbo, alpina bilstein suspension, with tii turbo ventilated front discs. car looked like s**t on the ourside, but interior and engine bay were very clean.
 

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i dont think reliable is the goal. and i have never cared what the car looks like on the outside, because most of the time i would not be looking at the outside. my last bmw 2002(73) had big patches of rust on the outside, with badly faded white paint. i even tinted a couple windows on the outside of the glass. inside were recaro seats, on electric frames, a/c, and a 5 gauge cluster i had made. under the hood was a turbocharged engine, 5 spd, and limited slip diff. 18 gal fuel tank from a tii turbo, alpina bilstein suspension, with tii turbo ventilated front discs. car looked like s**t on the ourside, but interior and engine bay were very clean.
2002 hey? that's an old vehicle the 2021 N elantra front & rear look's to me like its outdated styling... soory for offending anyone, but... that's the impression i got from the 2021 N elantra style.??
 

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2002 hey? that's an old vehicle the 2021 N elantra front & rear look's to me like its outdated styling... soory for offending anyone, but... that's the impression i got from the 2021 N elantra style.??
i'm an old guy. and i am outdated. never had no styling, probably offended everyone, and left bad impressions.
 

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I’m interested in one.

I currently drive a 2008 Civic Si sedan. It’s a great car that’s fun to drive, but it’s 14 years old, and has lived its entire life in the northeastern US. We got my wife a 2021 Santa Fe earlier this year, and it’s a very impressive vehicle.

The experience of the Santa Fe has made me consider Hyundai for my next vehicle. I’m looking forward to more in-depth and borough reviews of the Elantra N.
 

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For me it depends on the price. If it goes too high, the Kia K5 GT, Accord 2.0t Sport, and the Sonata N Line are all in consideration. Plus Subaru is coming out with a rumored 300hp standard WRX, restyled for next year. They need to keep the Elantra N under $29k for it to be worth it.
 

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For me it depends on the price. If it goes too high, the Kia K5 GT, Accord 2.0t Sport, and the Sonata N Line are all in consideration. Plus Subaru is coming out with a rumored 300hp standard WRX, restyled for next year. They need to keep the Elantra N under $29k for it to be worth it.
As much as I want to agree with pricing under $30k, I don't think it is even possible at this point. They would have to assume they would sell that car in massive volume to get their return which I don't think any performance Hyundai will sell in the volume needed for that. It is coming in a 6 speed manual which will help pricing but I think that will likely be in the $32-33k range at best after destination. It boils down to if they are going to have an optional packages really which as we saw didn't work out for the Veloster N.
 

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I'm still wondering when Hyundai will let you start specing them out, I kinda want one
The EN and KN will make their US debut at the New York Auto show next month. We will likely hear pricing and US spec details then. I have heard they will be on lots by the end of the year as well but as fluid as things are right now that could change.
 

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I am also interested. When things cool down with the current market and the Elantra has some time on the market for owner results. I am also considering a Honda Civic hatchback. I want a manual transmission. I like the power of the Elantra over the Civic. It would be a strictly fun car for us. We both miss driving a manual.
 

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For me it depends on the price. If it goes too high, the Kia K5 GT, Accord 2.0t Sport, and the Sonata N Line are all in consideration. Plus Subaru is coming out with a rumored 300hp standard WRX, restyled for next year. They need to keep the Elantra N under $29k for it to be worth it.
Rumors it will be near $35,000
 
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