The aftermarket did give everything it could to make the engine scream, but as most found out the hard way, it was almost necessary to simply swap the engine with a better model if you wanted to have a shot at making more power.
The engine touted a reduction in power to aid in miles per gallon, but even that started to sour as owners screamed foul on the MPG ratings. It turned into an all-out uproar and Mazda went so far as to buy back some RX8 models to satisfy their consumers.
When Hyundai first came to the North American market, it offered nothing more than cheap fuel-sippers. The cars have evolved since then, and the Elantra personifies Hyundai’s commitment to offering comfortable cars that are affordable, stylish, and fuel efficient. The cars under $5000 are powered by a surprisingly peppy 2.0L I4(in the GLS trim level). The powerplant offers 33 mpg on the highway and frequently lasts well beyond the 250,000-mile mark.
In terms of size, the e-tron Quattro slots between the Q5 and Q7, but Audi has already dismissed the possibility of it donning the Q6 moniker. Moreover, the electric SUV is going to share the upcoming A8 sedan’s interior arrangement which means it’ll be equal to the flagship Q7 SUV in terms of refinement. More info will likely follow soon.