The 2017 Hyundai Elantra Sport: when physical buttons make more sense than a touchscreen

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I pulled up to my friend Colin’s apartment in Queens, New York two weeks ago in a silver 2017 Hyundai Elantra Sport. “Damn girl,” I think were his words. The shiny metallic exterior, the leather seats, the two displays: this car is sharp. And considering we usually meet at a corner on our block and walk to the subway together, he really couldn’t complain.

The affordable Elantra Sport has a $21,650 base price and can be upgraded with additional tech and gadgets. My Sport included two...

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via The Verge
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