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Used Hyundai Elantra for Sale in Dayton, OR

13 results Prices exclude taxes, fees, and Shift Service fee

2015 Hyundai Elantra
SE
119.4k Miles
$11,200
$11,500
Est. $158/mo
2018 Hyundai Elantra
Sport
62.2k Miles
$20,500
$20,950
Est. $289/mo
2015 Hyundai Elantra
SE
80.1k Miles
$12,350
$12,950
Est. $174/mo
2017 Hyundai Elantra
SE
36.5k Miles
$16,300
$16,950
Est. $230/mo

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2014 Hyundai Elantra
70.3k Miles
$12,650
$12,950
Est. $178/mo
2017 Hyundai Elantra
Limited
53.5k Miles
$18,500
$19,950
Est. $261/mo
2012 Hyundai Elantra
GLS
104.9k Miles
$10,200
$10,950
Est. $144/mo
2018 Hyundai Elantra
Value Edition
55.8k Miles
$17,150
$18,600
Est. $242/mo
2017 Hyundai Elantra
Limited
62.7k Miles
$15,950
$16,500
Est. $225/mo
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Pre-owned Hyundai Elantras in Dayton, OR

There are hundreds of cities in Oregon, but none quite like Dayton. With so much to see and do, making a decision on what to do is the hardest part. Of course, venturing out means you'll need a trusty automobile. Unfortunately, your vehicle has seen better days.

There's only one car for you and it's a Hyundai Elantra. It's got everything you want in a car—contemporary design, workmanship, and fuel economy. Plus, it's made by Hyundai, a brand you respect. The one thing giving you pause is a the price of a new Elantra. What if we told you there's a better way?

The only way to buy a used car

We hear you and we have the answer. We can put you behind the wheel without blowing your budget. We begin with Shift's thorough 150-point inspection. Not a single car rolls off our property unless they satisfy Shift's examinations. Plus, to assure that you get a reasonable sticker price, we continuously follow tens of thousands of data points on current prices for similar Hyundai Elantras. You'll rest easy knowing your Hyundai is ready to drive, and you'll get access to your Hyundai's vehicle history reports and ownership info.

Hyundai Elantra—what to know

Hyundai, a Korean automaker, was established in 1960 but didn't make its way stateside until 1986 with the subcompact Excel model. The Excel was an immediate success and led to the company producing the midsize Sonata. However, the company took a hit with a run of quality and reliability issues during the 1990s. Hyundai heard the critics and fixed the issue by producing a number of cars that high overall quality and reliability. Hyundai has a vehicle for nearly every segment, including the fuel-efficient subcompact and compact models and the Sonata sedan, currently available in a hybrid model. Further, the Korean automaker also has a line of sporty coupes and stylish SUVs.

Hyundai Elantra has a 201hp, 2L engine. Gas mileage varies based on driving conditions, but the Hyundai Elantra typically gets 33mpg in and around town and about 41mpg on the highway. The Elantra is available in a number of body styles such as hatchback, mini-van, passenger, and sedan.

Buy a pre-owned Hyundai Elantra today

Frequently Asked Questions

We understand you have many questions when it comes to buying a pre-owned Hyundai vehicle, and we are available to answer them. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions. Here are several of our customers' most frequently asked questions on Hyundai vehicles.
Is Hyundai considered a luxury brand?
No, Hyundai is not considered a luxury automaker. Still, you can get a pre-owned Hyundai Elantra with some premium features.
What are Hyundai's three most popular models?
Hyundai has a few models that are popular with their drivers. Hyundai's top-selling models are the Tucson, Sonata, Santa Fe, Elantra, and Accent
Does the Hyundai Elantra come in different styles?
The Elantra is available as a hatchback, mini-van, passenger, sedan, or sport utility
What if I decide the Hyundai Elantra isn't for me? Can I bring it back?
We allow you to bring back the vehicle within seven days from when you purchased it. To accept the return, the car has to be in the same condition in which you purchased it.

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