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HOUSTON, Aug. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Each year releases a "Best Used Cars" list. This list is compiled by taking into consideration the reliability, safety, value, and ability of a car. The list announces the best used cars for a number of categories including subcompact, compact sedan, midsize sedan, large sedan, coupe, convertible, etc. Soloautos is proud to guide customers to dealers who offer 2013's Best Compact Sedan, the 2006-2011 models of the Hyundai Elantra.

The Hyundai Elantra was introduced in 1990 and while its earliest models had a reputation for being a low quality car both in function and appearance, it is now one of the most sought after compact sedans. The first and second generations of Hyundai Elantras spanned the years 1990 to 2000. The third generation brought a complete redesign that began steering it in the direction of being a respectable vehicle. The interior of the car was more spacious than the previous models had been and proved to be much more reliable.

The car's fourth generation furthered the transition to greatness that was in full swing. This generation's models were put to the safety test, and returned impressive results from crash tests. In 2007, a redesigned Elantra offered higher fuel efficiency than previous models. In 2009, a wagon version of the Elantra was introduced, appealing to those intrigued by European style. Another redesign in 2011 improved the look of the Elantra, the space inside, and a lengthy list of amenities including keyless ignition/entry and heated seats in the back. This generation of the Hyundai Elantra can be counted on to get you from point A to point B whenever, wherever, and to get there in style.

The change in the perception of the Hyundai brand can largely be attributed to former CEO John Krafcik. Krafcik joined Hyundai Motor Company in 2003 as the Vice President of product development. In November of 2008 he took over as the Chief Executive Officer, where he remained until the end of 2013. His mechanical engineering degree from Stanford University armed him with the knowledge and skill to help completely rebuild the reputation of the company and the quality of the vehicles they manufacture.

No matter what your price range is, Soloautos can find the Hyundai Elantra for you. An advanced search can direct you towards the exact style and amenities you are looking for, at prices you can afford!  

About Solo Autos

Soloautos is a bilingual auto magazine that has been serving the auto industry in Texas since 1998. The magazine has served in helping local dealerships move their car inventory quickly. Now Soloautos is making it easier for customers to view dealerships' inventory. To find credible and easy to comprehend information from consumers and professionals visit

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