Finally, here's our last video in the series we did on the new 2011 Hyundai Elantra.
Since we tested that car a few weeks ago, the compact segment has only heated up.
There's a new 2012 Honda Civic, an entirely redesigned all-wheel-drive 2012 Subaru Impreza, and the highly competitive 2011 Chevy Cruze that debuted this year along with the Elantra.
In the compact segment, where gas mileage is increasingly important and most entries can be ordered with all the amenities that used to be reserved to big cars, any little problems can stand out.
And while we liked the new Hyundai Elantra, it wasn't without its share of concerns. Some might be considered little quibbles, while others--like the large rear blind spot when reversing--are more substantial.
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Our video demonstrates five of the things we didn't much like about the Elantra--following our video showing five things we did like.
Once more, for the record: On our mixed test-drive route covering more than 300 miles, we logged a little more than 34 miles per gallon.
Our route had more highway miles than city driving, but we think that's still pretty close to representative for the six-speed 2011 Elantra.
Regardless of transmission choice--six-speed automatic or the six-speed manual we tested, the EPA rates the 2011 Elantra at 40 mpg on the highway cycle.
And with two new entries rated at 40 mpg launched at this week's New York Auto Show, you know Hyundai will be trumpeting that "40 MPG!" in big letters in its ads.
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Have a look through the five things we weren't wild about on the new 2011 Hyundai Elantra, and tell us whether any of them would be deal-breakers for you.
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