For 2021, Hyundai has transformed the Elantra into a much more modern sedan. It's a bit longer and wider than previously, which gives it a more athletic stance. Plus, its new exterior stylings make it look very impressive and athletic.


At Key Hyundai in Jacksonville, we have several models in our inventory. The main three trims are the SE, SEL, and Limited. These all have great features, like driver-assist technology and smartphone connectivity, and the list of amenities grows as you move up in trim. There are two available and new versions of the Elantra. The N Line is our performance-oriented trim that comes with over 200 horsepower and is a lot of fun to drive. There's also a new hybrid trim available, and this car can earn over 50 miles per gallon. If you'd like more information on these trims, we'd be happy to go over the differences in greater detail with you.


Every 2021 Hyundai Elantra has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, along with Bluetooth. Most trims also have SiriusXM Satellite Radio, and our higher trims have 10.25-inch touchscreens with integrated navigation. It can be so convenient to have access to all kinds of information while you're traveling, and we know you'll appreciate being able to avoid traffic on regular commutes and never get lost when you're finding new places. One futuristic component that is available with the Elantra is the Hyundai Digital Key program. With this technology, you can set up your smartphone to act as your key fob. Your car will sense when you get close and get ready to unlock its doors for you, and all you have to do to start the engine is to push a button.

Interior Features

The Elantra has an upscale feel to it. Many high-end elements are available with this sedan. They include heated front seats, leather upholstery, a power sunroof, and ambient lighting.

Visit Key Hyundai Today!

Contact Key Hyundai if you'd like to see for yourself what it's like to drive a new Hyundai Elantra. We look forward to having you take one for a test drive around Jacksonville.

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