Hyundai has replaced the Elantra Sport with the N Line as the entry point to its sporty models. Powered by an updated 1.6-liter turbo-four, the Elantra N Line is aimed directly at the the Honda Civic Si and even has similar power outputs. Compared to the standard Elantra, the N Line gets a stiffer suspension that ditches the rear torsion beam for an independent setup, retuned steering, and a beefed up body. On the transmission front, you get your choice between a six-speed manual or a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. Beware though, the manual is the only way to get your Elantra N Line with summer performance tires.
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