flushing and replacing
The fourth-generation Elantra is a boring machine in all respects. Both in terms of design and in terms of operation. No hidden corrosion, tricky electrics or characteristic breakdowns that you will not find among competitors in the segment. Usually, it all comes down to a simple replacement of consumables and a touch-up of chips – we saw this in the first part of the review. In the second part, we understand the engines and gearboxes, which, as it seems, are also not inclined to present expensive surprises. However, problems are encountered.
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