Amazingly reliable car for the price
To start off my Elantra has approximately 270,000 miles on it and it's a 2006 model. I've owned it for about 2 years and it was my cousins before that. At some point it used to be a hospice care car but even with all the wear and tear of its many owners driving it around it's still running well. When I first bought the car from my cousins one of the belts to the a/c was busted but it was a relatively cheap and fast fix. I have had both headlights go out and the license plate light but they were replaced. The alternator did need to be replaced in around march. As far as comfort the inside is semi-roomy. Not spacious but comfortable. The interior has held up pretty good with minor staining. The factory speakers that come preinstalled are pretty good and the sound can be quite loud on the radio if you want it to be. The factory-radio is outdated in 2019 but there is a CD player and radio so not too bad. The thing I mainly LOVE about my car is the gas mileage and it's a little fast thing. The main drawback is the safety, I've been in some very minor car crashes/ fender benders and the exterior ripped right off the bumper. Every time I get in a small car crash the other car comes out fine, minus a few paint scratches) but my car comes out looking MESSED up. It drives quite well, my only complaints being that it is not a smooth ride above 65 (any interstate) and the wheel shakes horribly and sometimes feels a bit loose, wobbling from side to side. It might just be the mileage on my car but that's been my experience. Overall a great car, nothing extravagant but it's pretty good for the price!