The 2017 Hyundai Elantra has been named one of the top five best compact cars on the market by U.S. News and World Report. It’s lauded for its complete redesign from the 2016 model, boasting intuitive new technology and entertainment features along with a roomy, comfortable cabin. It’s also a car that is built in the United States by one of the most sustainably minded companies in the industry. If you’re considering the 2016 Hyundai Elantra, read on to learn more about the trim levels of this exciting, sporty ride.

The all new design of the 2017 Elantra comes in two distinct trim levels with both interior trim and exterior trim fully overhauled. The base model, known as the SE, features a bold, dynamic profile with a sleek, sophisticated feel, available in either a manual or automatic transmission. Boasting 26/38 city/highway miles per gallon, the automatic transmission version features EcoAssist technology to help maximize your fuel efficiency and minimize emissions. You’ll love the 15-inch steel wheels, solar control glass, projector headlights, and six way adjustable driver’s seat. Best of all, it’s packed with standard safety features including tire pressure monitoring system, vehicle stability management, electronic stability control, traction control system, anti-lock braking system, and remote entry with alarm. Convenience and entertainment features include standard USB 2.0 input jacks, Sirius XM radio, and multifunction trip computer.

Upgrading to the higher level Elantra Limited affords you a standard automatic transmission with EcoAssist as well as all the accoutrements of the SE version and more. Exterior trim upgrades include 17 inch alloy wheels, while upgraded safety features include rear view camera with blind spot detection, guidelines, and lane change assist along with optional available smart functionality to alert you of hazards and avoid potential collision. The Limited also comes standard with performance features like a hands free smart trunk, heated side mirrors, automatic headlight control, LED daytime running lights, dual zone climate control, leather seats with heating in the front, dual illuminated vanity mirrors, sliding center armrest, leather wrapped steering wheel, push button start, Bluetooth connectivity with voice recognition, standard 7-inch touchscreen display audio system with both Apple Play and Android Auto compatibility, and optional Infinity premium audio.

In addition, both trim levels of the Elantra can be customized with additional options packages so that you can truly build the compact car you’ve been waiting for. It includes more features and better safety than most other cars in its class, as well as the industry leading 10 year/100,000 mile Hyundai warranty.