Safety Features by Model

GLS $12,499 - $13,299

Kelley Blue Book® Fair Market Range
  • Driver & front passenger front airbags
  • Driver & front passenger side impact airbags
  • 3-point seat belts w/height adjusters, pretensioners
  • 3-point outboard rear seat belts
  • Rear child safety seat anchors
  • Child safety rear door locks
  • 5-mph bumpers

GT $13,999 - $14,799

Kelley Blue Book® Fair Market Range
  • Driver & front passenger front airbags
  • Driver & front passenger side impact airbags
  • 3-point seat belts w/height adjusters, pretensioners
  • 3-point outboard rear seat belts
  • Rear child safety seat anchors
  • Child safety rear door locks
  • 5-mph bumpers

IIHS Crash Test Ratings

Frontal Ratings Moderate Overlap

Tested vehicle: 2001 Hyundai Elantra GLS 4-door

Overall
Head Neck
Chest
Left Leg
Right Leg
Kinematics
Structure

Side Ratings

Tested vehicle: 2005 Hyundai Elantra GLS 4-door

Overall
Structure
Side Airbag Configuration
Driver Head Neck
Driver Head Protection
Driver Torso
Driver Pelvis Leg
Passenger Head Neck
Passenger Head Protection
Passenger Torso
Passenger Pelvis Leg

Rear Ratings

Overall
Dynamic
Geometry

Warranty

Basic Warranty

60 months / 60,000 miles

Drivetrain Warranty

120 months / 100,000 miles

Corrosion Perforation Warranty

60 months / 100,000 miles

Roadside Assistance Coverage

60 months / Unlimited distance

Recalls

Recall
Report Receipt Date:
NHTSA Campaign:
03V257
Summary:
On certain passenger cars and sport utility vehicles, the rear brake tubes pass behind the front suspension crossmember. Two steering gearbox mounting brackets are welded to the crossmember. On vehicles equipped with an antilock brake system (ABS), the rear brake tubes could contact both steering gearbox mounting brackets. On vehicles that are not equipped with ABS, the rear brake tubes may contact only the left mounting bracket. Contact between the rear brake tubes and the steering brackets could cause wear and corrosion that could result in brake fluid leakage. Fluid leakage could result in reduced braking capability, increasing the risk of a crash.
Consequence:
Remedy:
Dealers will reposition the rear brake tubes so they do not contact the mounting brackets, install brake tube clips to control the location of the rear brake tubes, and apply anti-corrosion material to the tubes in the areas where contact with the mounting brackets may have occurred. The manufacturer has reported that owner notification is expected to begin during the third quarter of 2003. Owners may contact Hyundai at 1-800-633-5151.