2017 Kia Cadenza Vs. 2017 Hyundai Elantra Fontana, CA
Come by Valley Kia of Fontana to compare the all-new 2017 Kia Cadenza versus the 2017 Hyundai Elantra. What can you expect with the 2017 Cadenza? An unexpected drivetrain engineered to thrill. The 8-speed Sportmatic transmission makes its Kia debut, delivering outstanding fuel economy, responsive power, and seamless shifting. Plus, the newly refined four-wheel independent suspension provides an athletic yet smooth feel. Constructed with specially engineered adhesives and 53% advanced high-strength steel, the Cadenza’s body is made to be stronger and exceptionally rigid. So that you can experience better driving dynamics and a quieter, more pleasurable ride. Filled with cutting-edge innovations, the Cadenza has the power to transform your drive. Combining presence-sensing technologies, like Smart Welcome and Smart Power Trunk, with systems that help you stay focused on the road, like the available Head-Up Display. Experience customized with the available Integrated Memory System. It stores two settings for the driver’s seat, outside mirrors, and steering-wheel position—and even moves the seat away from the steering wheel for easy entrance and exit. Utilizing advanced radar sensors and a forward-looking camera, the available Smart Blind-Spot Detection helps locate vehicles in your blind spot. It will also warn you when it detects your vehicle switching lanes unintentionally, and, in certain cases, will apply localized braking pressure to help guide your vehicle back into its lane. Introducing cruise control that does more than set your pace. The available Advanced Smart Cruise Control will automatically apply the brakes, or gas, to help maintain a predetermined distance from the vehicle in front of you. The Cadenza is equipped with available forward-looking systems that react automatically. Autonomous Emergency Braking applies the brakes when it anticipates a frontal crash, while the Forward Collision Warning System gives audible and visual alerts when it spots a potential impact with an object ahead.
When compared to the 2017 Kia Cadenza, the 2017 Hyundai Elantra falls short. The Elantra’s available Integrated Memory System is so convenient that it automatically adjusts the driver seat and exterior mirrors to the specified settings of two drivers.It takes the things you want to do with your iPhone while you’re driving and lets you access them right on Elantra’s built-in touchscreen display or ask Siri to assist. You can get directions, make calls, send and receive text messages and listen to music all in a way that lets you stay focused on the road—just plug in your iPhone and go. Designed especially for your driving needs, just connect your Android Auto compatible phone and your select apps are road ready. Use the touchscreen or the Talk to Google feature for directions, to make calls, listen to music or send and receive text messages while you stay focused on the road. Get ready for more fun and fewer distractions. Elantra has a 2.0L Atkinson cycle engine that delivers more standard horsepower than 2016 Toyota Corolla and 2016 Nissan Sentra. There’s no reason to just sit there when you can get up and go in an Elantra.
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