You can find 29 different owner's manuals for the Hyundai Elantra on this page that are in the PDF format.
The years available stretch from 2005 through to 2021 and to view the manual you just click the name to the left (or above if viewing by mobile).
About The Hyundai Elantra
The Hyundai Elantra or Avante as it is known in some regions is a compact car that was first produced in the year 1990.
The original version was released as a cost-effective alternative to family sedans like the Ford Sierra and Vauxhall/Opel Vectra.
The car is now in its seventh generation of design and has evolved to be less of a cheap alternative and more of a serious contender against its competition.
The most recent version (seventh generation – 2020) allows the customer to choose not only a hybrid option but also LPG, something that is usually fitted after purchase.
The Elantra has gained a name for itself as a cheap way to get a good quality fuel-efficient family car, as Hyundai becomes a much better brand than it was in previous decades.
Common Problems With The Elantra
- Engine knocking – a common issue with the Elantra is the engine mounts wearing away causing a knocking to come from under the hood requiring a replacement
- Windows – if you are finding your electric windows are struggling to go up and down then the regulator may have gone and a replacement will be needed
- Air-conditioning – multiple AC problems can occur and if you find it isn’t pushing out air it could be a blower motor and if the air that is coming out isn’t cold then its most likely the compressor
Q: What problems do Hyundai Elantras have?
A: According to research done by MotorBiscuit, the most common complaint about the Elentra is about both the manual and automatic transmission. On a more serious note, some owners have even complained about the engine catching fire.
Q: Why is my Hyundai Elantra not starting?
A: The easiest and most common cause of an Elantra not starting is a dead battery in the car or in the key fob. If this is not the case then the alternator or starter motor may be faulty and unfortunately a more expensive fix.
Q: Are Hyundai Elantras expensive to fix?
A: According to RepairPal, research shows that the Elantra has a lower than average cost of maintenance when compared to other cars in the same compact car segment.
Q: Do Hyundai Elantras last long?
A: Modern Hyundai cars are much better in terms of reliability and length of life. You can expect the more modern examples of the Elantra to last up to 20 years when properly serviced and maintained.
Q: What kind of oil does Hyundai recommend in the Elantra?
A: To reduce the wear on parts inside the car Hyundai recommend that you put fully synthetic oil inside your Elantra.