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Vehicle:New 2013 Hyundai Elantra GT
Trim:4dr Hatchback Base
Transmission:6-Speed Manual
Model Code:D1503F45/01
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Body Style:Mid-Size Cars
Vehicle Size:Compact
Drive Type:FWD
Seating Capacity:5/5 passengers
Engine Block:I
Engline Type:Gas
Displacement:1.8 L.
Compression Ratio:10.3:1
Torque:131ft-lbs @ 4700 rpm
Horsepower:148hp @ 6500 rpm
Fuel Type:Regular unleaded
Fuel Capacity:14.0 gal.
Wheelbase:104.3 in.
Overall Length:169.3 in.
Vehicle Width:70.1 in.
Vehicle Height:57.9 in.
Ground Clearance:5.5 in.
Luggage Capacity:23.0 ft3.
Cargo Capacity:51 ft3.
Curb Weight:2745 lbs.
Gross Weight:4057 lbs.
Towing Capacity:750 lbs.
Turning Circle: 34.8 ft.
Front Headroom:40.1 in.
Front Legroom:42.0 in.
Rear Headroom:37.9 in.
Rear Legroom:34.6 in.
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Shimmering Silver Metallic
Titanium Gray Metallic
Black Noir Pearl
Atlantic Blue Pearl
Volcanic Red
Monaco White

Interior Colors
Beige (VYF)
Black (RY)

Basic5 Years / 60,000 Miles
Drivetrain10 Years / 100,000 Miles
Roadside5 Years / Unlimited Miles
Rust7 Years / Unlimited Miles

The Elantra GT is the all-new replacement for the outgoing Elantra Touring. The GT is a sporty, yet practical variant of the popular Elantra sedan. European genes and a sleek 'Fluidic Design' language enhance the cars visual appeal.The Elantra GT utilizes a 148 horsepower 1.8-liter four-cylinder to power the front wheels through a six-speed manual, or six-speed automatic transmission. Safety features includes a driver's side knee airbag - a first for Elantra. Traction and stability control augment the 4-wheel anti-lock brakes. Luxury items such as panoramic sunroof, power heated leather seats, cooled glovebox, navigation system, and more are available.The Elantra GT is all-new for 2013. It replaces the Elantra Touring.
Model Reviews
Coupe and five-door hatch join sedan lineup.
One of the best compact cars on the market, the 2013 Hyundai Elantra continues to be a winning combination of compelling styling, able performance and interior comfort.For 2013, there are more variants to love.

The 2013 Elantra Coupe two-door and 2013 Elantra GT five-door hatchback join the Elantra sedan four-door.With unique styling cues and driving characteristics, the Elantra Coupe and Elantra GT are positioned as sporty alternatives to the traditional sedan.

The Elantra Coupe is fun yet practical, and fits between the Elantra sedan and the more enthusiast-oriented Genesis Coupe.The Elantra GT replaces the old Elantra Touring model.The GT offers versatility and plenty of cargo space with European-inspired features and styling.

In addition to differences in dimensions and styling, the new Elantra Coupe and GT use unique suspension components for a stiffer ride.A V-beam rear suspension, instead of the torsion beam found on the sedan, gives the coupe and GT a firmer, more planted feel, and helps to reduce body roll around corners.Suspensions are tuned differently between models with standard 16-inch and optional 17-inch wheels, with the larger wheels receiving an even sportier treatment.The GT also offers three selectable steering modes, which offer heavier or lighter steering feel depending on preference.

Meanwhile, trims and pricing have been restructured slightly for the 2013 Hyundai Elantra sedan.Although the base 2013 Elantra GLS model starts at more than $1,000 over the 2012 model, it gets more standard features including air conditioning, a telescoping steering wheel, cruise control, and 16-inch (instead of 15-inch) wheels.On GLS models equipped with the automatic transmission, heated front seats are included with the optional Preferred Package.

We found all Elantra variants enjoyable to drive.The sedan's smooth ride and responsive handling make for a plush, but not numb, driving experience.The Coupe and GT models feel more connected to the road, without sacrificing road-trip comfort.

Inside, the Elantra sedan is roomy all around, especially by compact standards, with interior measurements comparable to those of a small midsize car.The coupe and GT, however, suffer from a lack of rear headroom due to the steeper rake of their rooflines.All Elantras offer top-of-the-class cargo space.

All models are powered by a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine rated at 148 horsepower and 131 pound-feet of torque with a choice of 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission.Like most compacts, Elantra is front-wheel drive.Using lighter materials such as aluminum and plastic on engine parts helps to keep the Elantra family relatively lightweight, around 2,700 pound for the Coupe and a bit more for the GT.The sedan weighs in at around 2,900 pounds, which is good for a compact sedan.These lower curb weights help Elantra achieve solid performance and excellent fuel economy.

EPA ratings for all Elantra variants are some of the most competitive in the industry.Sedans are rated at 28/38 mpg City/Highway with both manual and automatic transmissions.That's better than the Ford Focus (26/36 mpg), Chevrolet Cruze (26/36 mpg), or Honda Civic (28/36 mpg).The Elantra Coupe is EPA-rated at 29/40 mpg with the manual and 28/39 mpg City/Highway with the automatic.The Elantra GT gets 27/39 mpg with the manual and 28/39 mpg with the automatic.

The Elantra four-door competes in the crowded compact sedan segment against the Toyota Corolla, Ford Focus, Chevrolet Cruze, Honda Civic, and Mazda3 sedans.The Elantra Coupe takes on the Honda Civic coupe and the Kia Forte Koup, along with larger, more expensive two-doors such as the Honda Accord.The five-door Elantra GT goes up against popular hatchbacks such as the Mazda3, Ford Focus and Toyota Matrix, as well as the Subaru Impreza hatch and Volkswagen Golf.

The 2013 Hyundai Elantra comes in three body styles: Elantra sedan four-door, Elantra Coupe two-door, and Elantra GT five-door hatchback.All are powered by the same 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine with a choice of 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission.All seat five.

Elantra GLS sedan ($16,695) comes standard with the 6-speed manual transmission, cloth upholstery, six-way manual driver's seat, manually operated air conditioning, cruise control, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, six-speaker audio system with CD player, satellite radio capability and iPod/USB port; 60/40-split folding rear seat, power windows, locks and heated mirrors, tilt steering wheel, keyless entry, anti-theft system, trip computer, and 16-inch steel wheels.The automatic transmission ($1,000) is optional.A Preferred Package ($750) is available on GLS models equipped with the 6-speed automatic transmission that includes heated front seats, cloth inserts on the door trim, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, sliding center armrest, Bluetooth hands-free phone system with voice recognition, additional interior lighting, fog lights and alloy wheels.

Elantra Limited sedan ($20,945) comes only with the automatic transmission and includes leather upholstery, heated front and rear seats, leather-wrapped wheel and shift knob, air conditioning, minor cabin upgrades, power sunroof, fog lights, mirror-imbedded turn signals, black chrome grille, and 17-inch alloy wheels.The Limited Technology Package ($2,350) adds pushbutton start, dual automatic climate control, navigation with 7-inch screen, rearview camera, 360-watt premium audio system and automatic headlights.

Elantra Coupe GS ($17,445) includes heated front seats, air conditioning, power accessories, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, cruise control, steering-wheel mounted controls, sliding center arm rest, 60/40 split folding rear seats, a 6-speaker audio system with CD player, satellite radio capability, auxiliary jack and an iPod/USB port; fog lights and 16-inch alloy wheels.The automatic transmission is optional ($1,000).

Elantra Coupe SE ($19,745) adds leather upholstery, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, a one-touch-up driver's window, aluminum pedals, sport-tuned suspension, power sunroof, a hood insulator, side mirrors with integrated turn signals, a rear spoiler and 17-inch alloy wheels.The automatic transmission is optional ($1,000).The Elantra Coupe SE can also be equipped with the Technology Package ($23,095) which includes the automatic transmission and everything found on the SE trim plus dual automatic climate control, navigation with 7-inch screen, upgraded 360-watt audio system, rearview camera and automatic headlights.

Elantra GT five-door ($18,395) comes standard with manual gearbox, air conditioning, tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, heated front seats, cooled glove compartment, power accessories, cruise control, steering-wheel-mounted controls, 60/40 split folding rear seats, Bluetooth handsfree phone connectivity, a 6-speaker audio system with CD player, satellite radio capability, auxiliary jack and iPod/USB port; Hyundai's Blue Link telematics system, front fog lights, rear window wiper, rear spoiler, hood insulator and 16-inch alloy wheels.Elantra GT models equipped with the Style Package ($21,145) get leather upholstery, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, a power driver's seat with power lumbar, aluminum pedals, a driver's side auto-up window, panoramic sunroof, sport-tuned suspension, side mirrors with integrated turn signals and 17-inch alloy wheels.The Elantra GT with the Tech Package ($23,495) includes navigation, dual automatic climate control, pushbutton start, a rearview camera and automatic headlights.The automatic transmission is optional ($1,000).

Safety features on all models include front, front-side and side-curtain airbags, and electronic stability control with Vehicle Stability Control, antilock brakes, brake assist, and traction control.GT models get a standard driver's knee airbag.The optional rearview camera improves safety by helping the driver spot children and pedestrians when backing up.

The Hyundai Elantra sedan looks striking with crisp, edgy styling.It has presence among four-door compact sedans.Most of the rest of the class looks dated by comparison.Viewed from the front, the hexagonal grille presents a more sinister grin than that of the Mazda 3.The headlight housings wrap into the fenders, the trailing edge back as far as the centerline of the front wheels.This is in-your-face styling as far as commuter compacts go.

In side view, the four-door echoes the styling of the Hyundai Sonata midsize sedan, with a raked windshield, roofline flowing into the trunk, coupe-like rear side window shape, and a forward-leaning shape.The crease that runs a rising arc from the front wheel, through the door handles and over the rear-wheel openings into the taillights mirrors the shape of the old British-built Triumph TR7 sports cars.

From the rear, the Elantra sedan is very similar to the larger Sonata, so much so that in the distance or without anything for scale you have to be well-versed on your Hyundais to tell the difference.The tail lights are long, wavy wraparound fixtures echoing the curves that lead in to the rear bumper and promote airflow to help keep the lights clean; on a dirty road surface the license plate should be the first part shrouded in muck.

The Elantra Coupe has a sleeker, wedgier shape, without infringing too much on Genesis Coupe territory.In front, the wide-mouth hexagonal grille is framed by more swept-back headlamps, while the side view reveals more angular A- and C-pillars.Because the coupe is still decently sized, its doors are awfully long, which is most noticeable when getting in and out in tight parking quarters.In back, the integrated spoiler, wraparound taillights and dual chrome exhaust tips accentuate the sportier character.

The hatchback Elantra GT design began in California, then was finished off in the studios of Europe, its biggest market.The five-door hatch has a slightly friendlier look, with a large black insert across the signature Hyundai hexagonal grille turned upward into a faint smile.The overall length of the GT is nine inches shorter than the sedan, and also several inches shorter than the Limited model it replaces.But it doesn't by any means look diminutive.Although still a compact hatch, the lines and proportions of the Elantra GT resemble those of larger, more luxurious crossovers.It, too, uses fluid shapes such as wraparound head- and taillights that make it clear the GT is part of the Elantra family.

Hyundai Elantra's interior doesn't resemble that of cost-cutter compacts, instead marrying style with interesting materials.For example, the headliner employs a mix of material that includes volcanic rock to an interesting effect more attractive than fuzzy cardboard or plastic.We think the nice interior is part of the value proposition offered by the Elantra.It has neither hint of cheapness nor pretense of luxury.

The sedan has a lot of passenger volume, and particularly roomy up front.Both of our 6-foot, 3-inch test dummies fit fine, even with a sunroof, and neither had the seat all the way back.Front seats proved comfortable for hours with a decent range of adjustability.Rear seats are also comfortable, with a center floor that's nearly flat and a well-padded center seat that sits slightly higher.

On the coupe and GT models, drivers and front passengers of just about any size will be comfortable, but a steeply raked roofline significantly reduces headroom in the rear.As such, backseat passengers taller than 5 feet, 7 inches will most likely find the tops of their heads rubbing against the volcanic-infused headliner.

The sedan and GT versions offer good outward visibility, despite wide D-pillars, which are a function of new safety regulations.However, rear visibility on the coupe is significantly reduced due to its radically sloped rear window. The instrument cluster and center stack design on all Elantras are clean and simple.Both versions of the center display (the one that comes with with the standard audio system, as well as the 7-inch touchscreen with navigation) are easy to read, even in bright sunlight.Both user interfaces are mostly intuitive, save a few functions that seem to take more steps than necessary, such as changing the EQ on the audio system.On base models with the manually operated air conditioning, we found the lowest fan setting a bit too windy.We prefer the wider range of adjustability offered by the dual-zone automatic climate control.

All variants of the Elantra boast interior storage that is ample and conveniently located.Door pockets are practical but not cavernous, cupholders will carry everything except Big Gulps, and electronics plugs aren't right next to the cup holders waiting to fill with spilled coffee or cola.Those who prefer to keep their iPods and phones concealed will like the coupe's covered storage area aft of the shifter, while the GT's open console space offers quick access.

Although plastic is used on many surfaces on all Elantras, it is mostly attractive and well-executed.We were pleasantly surprised to find the center AC vents were color-matched to the surrounding trim, which not always the case on even more expensive cars.Leather upholstery on models so equipped was a bit disappointing and was more akin to vinyl than butter.In some areas, stitching appeared to buckle ever-so-slightly in certain places on seat cushions.Still, you'd be hard-pressed to find real cowhide on other cars for the price.

Trunk space in the sedan and coupe measures nearly 15 cubic feet, more than the Civic or Kia Forte, but shy of the Chevrolet Cruze and Mazda3.The trunk opening on both cars is not huge but sufficient, with 60/40 folding rear seats that increase capacity, although they do not fold completely flat.

The Elantra GT's hatch shape gives allows for a roomy 23 cubic-feet of trunk space, with a max 51 cubes with the seats folded down.That's more than the five-door versions of the Ford Focus and Mazda3, but falls just short one cubic foot short of the Subaru Impreza.

Driving Impression
Its solidity and driving dynamics make the Hyundai Elantra feel fully competitive with anything in its class.

All models use a 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine that makes 148 horsepower at 6500 rpm and 131 pound-feet of torque at 4700 rpm.(That's for the regular ULEV, or Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle.It's 145 hp at 6300 rpm in PZEV states).

Like most cars these days that make fuel economy a top priority, the vehicles in the Elantra lineup don't have a lot of oomph right off the line.This engine must be revved to get the most out of it, and it's fairly happy and unobtrusive doing so.Peak power is at 6500 rpm, though there seemed no point in going beyond 6300 to extract maximum performance.

The 6-speed manual is easy to shift, yet isn't too slushy.The 6-speed automatic is just as good, holding gears as needed in most driving applications.However, we found that on demanding uphill roads, the transmission often settled on a higher gear than we'd like, prompting us to slide the shifter over to manual mode to find sufficient thrust.For the GT and Coupe models equipped with the larger wheels and sport-tuned suspension, we'd like to see the addition of steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters.

Electric-assist steering points the car where you want to go with minimal effort, reasonable feedback and U-turns in less than 35 feet.On GT models, a selectable steering feature allows drivers to choose between Normal, Comfort and Sport.In Comfort mode, the steering feels lighter at higher speeds but doesn't feel much different otherwise.In Sport mode, steering becomes more weighty, and almost too heavy when logging miles on twisty roads.Like Goldilocks, we weren't fully satisfied with any of the settings, and wished for a feel that was somewhere in between Normal and Sport.In addition, we found it odd that the Sport mode modified steering feel only; we longed for a true sport mode that combined steering adjustments with enhanced throttle response and shift patterns.

Disc brakes all the way around come standard on all models and are more than capable of slowing down anything the 1.8-liter engine gets going.Brakes feel a bit grabby at slow speeds, but require a firm, planted foot from highway velocities.Electronic stability control and antilock brakes are standard across the board, as is steering assist.The latter won't steer for you in case of a slide, but will help you steer in the correct direction.

The Elantra's structure is very stiff so the car feels solid, tight and squeak free.Suspension on the sedan is tuned more for ride comfort than outright speed, but it still does a commendable job on twisty roads and glides down the highway.The four door exhibits some body lean in hard cornering, but it remains controlled and makes the driver aware the car is working near its limits.

The Elantra Coupe and GT use a rear V-beam suspension, as opposed to the torsion beam setup found on the sedan.This makes for a stiffer chassis and reduces body roll (lean) around corners compared to the four-door version.Two-and five-door models equipped with the larger, 17-inch wheels are tuned for an even sportier feel.Although it's a little firm, it won't make your teeth chatter, either.Still, those who like a cushy ride might wish to stick with the traditional four-door.On the other end of the spectrum, enthusiasts looking for a two-door sports car might be more titillated by the Genesis Coupe, while those who want a utilitarian compact that's both practical and peppy might like the new Veloster Turbo.

EPA fuel economy ratings on the Elantra sedan are 28/38 mpg with both transmissions.During our test drive, the onboard computer showed a best of 40.3 mpg and a worst of 30.9 mpg in various traffic and terrain.Coupe models are EPA-rated at 28/38 mpg with the manual and 27/37 mpg with the automatic.The Elantra GT is rated 27/37 mpg with the manual and 26/37 mpg with the automatic.

The Hyundai Elantra is among the best in the compact class with stylish exterior design, plenty of standard interior features and excellent fuel economy.The addition of a sporty coupe and a roomy GT model make the Elantra lineup even more desirable.

New Car Test Drive correspondents G.R.Whale, Mitch McCullough and Laura Burstein contributed to this report.

Model Lineup
Hyundai Elantra sedan GLS ($16,695); Limited sedan ($20,945); Elantra Coupe GS ($17,445); Coupe SE ($19,745); Elantra GT ($18,395).
Assembled In
Montgomery, Alabama; Ulsan, Korea.
Options As Tested
carpeted floor mats ($95); iPod cable ($35).
Model Tested
Hyundai Elantra GLS.
New Car Test Drive
Liked Most
...the GT represents yet another snappy interpretation of Hyundai's latest design language.
If your GT expectations include brisk 0-to-60 times, you might need to scrape together a little more dough for a Ford Focus ST or VW GTI.
Car and Driver
Liked Most
The GT offers versatility and plenty of cargo space with European-inspired features and styling.
New Car Test Drive
If you're out shopping for the likes of a Ford Focus, VW Golf, Subaru Impreza or Mazda3, you should swing by a Hyundai dealer to try the Elantra GT.
Road & Track

Standard Equipment
Width, 6.5Standard
Rim Type, Silver aluminumStandard
Spare Wheel
Rim type, SteelStandard
Spare Tire
Mount Location, Inside under cargoStandard
Size, CompactStandard
Rear Suspension Type, Torsion beamStandard
Front Suspension Classification, IndependentStandard
Front Spring Type, CoilStandard
Front Stabilizer Bar, RegularStandard
Rear Spring Type, CoilStandard
Class, RegularStandard
Independent, FrontStandard
Front suspension type, StrutStandard
Rear Suspension Classification, Semi-independentStandard
Headlights auto delayStandard
Exterior entry lightsStandard
Front Fog lightsStandard
Daytime running lightsStandard
Axle ratioStandard
Total Seating Capacity, 5Standard
Front seat type, BucketStandard
Climate controlled, Driver and passenger heated-cushion, driver and paStandard
seating capacity, 5Standard
Rear Seats
Folding, Flip forward cushion/seatbackStandard
Center armrest, YesStandard
Power door locks, Remote power door locksStandard
2-Stage unlocking, 2-stage unlockingStandard
Power windowsStandard
One-touch windowsStandard
Front wipers - intermittentStandard
Privacy glassStandard
Rear defoggerStandard
Rear wiperStandard
Rear quarter windowsStandard
Driver mirror adjustment, Power remoteStandard
Heated driver mirror, HeatedStandard
Passenger mirror adjustment, Power remoteStandard
Heated passenger mirror, HeatedStandard
Vanity mirrors, Dual illuminated vanity mirrorsStandard
Convenience Features
Cruise control, Cruise controlStandard
Power steering, Speed-proportional electric power steeringStandard
Steering wheel, Tilt and telescopicStandard
Audio controls on steering wheel, Audio controlsStandard
Cruise controls on steering wheel, Cruise controlsStandard
Cupholders, Front and rearStandard
Door pockets, Driver, passenger and rearStandard
Seatback storage, 2Standard
12V DC power outlet, 3Standard
Retained accessory power, Retained accessory powerStandard
Overhead console, Mini with storageStandard
Center Console, Full with covered storageStandard
Rear area cargo cover, RigidStandard
Multi-function remote, Trunk/hatch/door/tailgateStandard
Comfort Features
Steering wheel trim, UrethaneStandard
Dash trim, Metal-lookStandard
Beverage cooler, GloveboxStandard
Cargo area light, Cargo area lightStandard
Trip computerStandard
External tempStandard
Low fuel levelStandard
Exterior Features
Rear spoilerStandard
Audio System
Satellite Radio, XMStandard
Speed Sensitive Volume Control, YesStandard
Antenna Type, Window gridStandard
In-Dash CD, SingleStandard
Radio, XM AM/FM/SatelliteStandard
internet access, Selective serviceStandard
left rear passenger door type, ConventionalStandard
right rear passenger door type, ConventionalStandard
Rear door type, LiftgateStandard
Truck Features
Door reinforcementStandard
Towing and Hauling
Cargo tie downsStandard
Head airbags, Curtain 1st and 2nd rowStandard
Passenger Airbag, YesStandard
Driver Airbag, YesStandard
Stability and Traction
Traction controlStandard
Child Safety
Child safety locks, YesStandard
Rear center seatbelt, 3-point beltStandard
Seatbelt pretensioners, FrontStandard
Max RPM, 6,500 RPMStandard
Torque, 131 lb.-ft.Standard
Valve Gear, DOHCStandard
Total Valves, 16Standard
Engine Configuration, InlineStandard
Displacement, 110 cu.in.Standard
Vehicle Emissions, ULEV IIStandard
Size, 1.8 LStandard
Horse Power, 148 hpStandard
Variable Valve Timing, Variable valve timingStandard
Compression Ratio, 10.30 : 1Standard
Air Conditioning
Front air conditioning, ManualStandard
Air filtration, Interior air filtrationStandard
Anti-theft alarm system, YesStandard
engine immobilizer, Engine immobilizerStandard
Adjustable Front Headrests, Manual adjustableStandard
Driver Seat
Heated, Multi-level heatingStandard
Braking assist, Braking assist inchesStandard
Front brakes, Ventilated disc inchesStandard
ABS Brakes
ABS, 4-wheelStandard

Available Optional Equipment
The following list of optional equipment represents a combination of optional dealer and factory installed features that are AVAILABLE for this vehicle. Please note that this list is intended for informational purposes only and does not necessarily represent this specific vehicle's current features. Some of these options must be added by the manufacturer during the production process while others may be installed here at the point of purchase. If you have any questions please contact us for clarification. 
ULEV Emissions   * 
No Options
Base Vehicle Price (D1503F45)   * 
Option Group 02   $2,750 
Option Group 03   $5,100 
Option Group 04   $950 
Port Installed Options
First Aid Kit   $30 
Wheel Locks   $55 
Cargo Net   $50 
Mudguards   $95 
Carpeted Floor Mats   $110 
Auto-Dimming Mirror w/HomeLink   $275 
Cross Rails   $295 
Rear Bumper Applique   $50 
Cargo Tray   $95 
Luggage Box Kit   $145 
*See dealer for details

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2013 Hyundai Elantra GT 4dr Hatchback Base (M6) $18,545
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2013 Hyundai Elantra GT 4dr Hatchback Base w/Blue (A6) $19,545
2013 Hyundai Elantra GT 4dr Hatchback Base w/Blue/PZEV (A6) $19,545
2013 Hyundai Elantra GT 4dr Hatchback Base (A6) $19,545
2013 Hyundai Elantra GT 4dr Hatchback Base w/PZEV (A6) $19,545
2013 Hyundai Elantra GT 4dr Hatchback Base 0-OEM Supplied Custom Image


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