The Elantra is the larger of Hyundai's two subcompact cars,
offering a simple form and giving owners the peace of mind
that comes with a dependable everyday vehicle. At 5-years/60,000-mi.
basic and 10/100,000 powertrain, the Hyundai also provides
one of the industry's longest warranties. In other words,
you'll be covered for a long time with the Elantra GLS.
The GLS is the entry-level model in the 2003 Hyundai Elantra
lineup. While it doesn't boast the premium appointments
of the uplevel GT trim, it doesn't neglect the necessities
either. This is reflected in the price tag, which will grab
the attention of even the thriftiest people.
The 2003 Hyundai Elantra GLS is offered in a sedan body
The 2003 Hyundai Elantra GLS sedan has four doors and seats
five. Its interior is crafted in a modest manner, taking
practicality as its primary goal. With this in mind, the
Elantra GLS has easy-to-read instrumentation and conveniently
Though luxury is not an option with the Elantra GLS, there
are a nice number of standard interior features provided.
Air conditioning, power steering, a tilt steering wheel,
cloth upholstery, heated power mirrors, power windows and
door locks, an AM/FM/cassette player, a digital clock, a
tachometer, visor mirrors and a rear defogger are all standard.
Options can be purchased in packages or individually.
The 2003 Hyundai Elantra GLS has 195/60HR15 tires and wheel
covers. A moonroof is one of the exterior options available
One durable engine is enough to power the Elantra lineup.
It is a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder model with 135 horsepower at
6000 rpm and 133 lb-ft. of torque at 4800 rpm. Both 4-speed
automatic transmission and 5-speed manual are available.
Automatics have a fuel rating of 24/33 mpg (city/hwy), while
manuals get 25/33 mpg (city/hwy).
The Elantra GLS features front suspension with MacPherson
struts and a stabilizer bar and fully independent multi-link
rear suspension. Power-assist rack-an-pinion steering gives
the Elantra GLS the type of handling drivers will love.
Safety and Security
For safety, the 2003 Hyundai Elantra GLS has dual front
airbags, front side airbags and 4-wheel disc brakes. For
security, a theft deterrent system with an alarm is optional.
2003 Hyundai Elantra Highlights
the hot-selling Elantra GLS and Elantra GT 5-door
for the 2003 model year is a new 4-door version of
the fun-to-drive Elantra GT. The new Elantra GT 4-door
is fitted with the same long list of standard equipment
that has made its 5-door brother such a popular vehicle.
Elantra models are powered by Hyundais 135-horsepower
DOHC 4-cylinder engine. A five-speed manual transmission
is standard and an electronically controlled 4-speed
automatic transmission is available.
this generation, the Hyundai engineers added refinement
to an already impressive package. The Elantra is smoother
and quieter than ever thanks to a front subframe,
hydraulic engine mounts, an eight counterweight crankshaft,
a ribbed engine block, a cast-aluminum oil sump and
an integrated intake resonator.
addition to being practical and roomy, the Elantra
is also comfortable. The luxurious seats (cloth in
GLS, standard leather-seating surfaces in GT) are
larger and more comfortable than the seats in its
Elantra model has a long history of offering customers
both active and passive safety features. In addition
to the driver and passenger front air bags, side impact
airbags are standard as well.
Elantra models, like all other Hyundai vehicles sold
in the U.S., are backed by limited bumper-to-bumper
coverage for five-year or 60,000 miles. Hyundai also
provides original Elantra owners and their immediate
family with limited powertrain coverage for 10 years
or 100,000 miles.
a Free Price Quote on a 2003 Hyundai Elantra.
$12,499 - GLS
$14,149 - GT
135 @ 6,000
2.0L 4-spd: 24/33
2.0L 5-spd: 25/33