Hyundai Elantra brings ad­vanced tech­nol­ogy, pre­mium convenience to com­pact car seg­ment

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The all-new 2017 Hyundai Elantra ar­rives in deal­er­ships this month, fea­tur­ing a bold aero­dy­namic design, a com­pre­hen­sive suite of safety fea­tures, mod­ern in­te­rior styling with class-above fea­tures, and a num­ber of user-friendly tech­nolo­gies. It con­tin­ues to be one of Hyundai’s all time best-sell­ing mod­els, known for its sig­nif­i­cant value ad­van­tage in a highly com­pet­i­tive com­pact car seg­ment. Start­ing at $17,150 the new Elantra is priced $100 less than the award-win­ning model it re­places and of­fers two new ef­fi­cient pow­er­trains for en­hanced fuel econ­omy, a bet­ter ride qual­ity and im­proved noise in­su­la­tion.

As­sem­bled in both Mont­gomery, Alabama and Ul­san, South Korea, the new Elantra dis­tin­guishes it­self from the com­pact car class with seg­ment-first pre­mium fea­tures such as a hands-free Smart Trunk and Clari-Fi mu­sic restora­tion tech­nol­ogy, plus ad­di­tional convenience and safety items. The 2017 Elantra is avail­able with a full suite of the lat­est ad­vanced safety tech­nolo­gies in­clud­ing Lane De­par­ture Warn­ing, Lane Keep As­sist Sys­tem, Au­to­matic Emer­gency Brak­ing with Pedes­trian De­tec­tion and Blind Spot De­tec­tion with Rear Cross-traf­fic Alert and Lane Change As­sist. The Elantra is ex­pected to re­ceive a Top Safety Pick+ rat­ing from the In­sur­ance In­sti­tute for High­way Safety (IIHS) and a 5-Star Safety Rat­ing from the National High­way Traf­fic Safety Ad­min­is­tra­tion (NHTSA).


The new Elantra projects con­fi­dence with sculpted body forms com­ple­mented by smoothly con­toured lines that re­veal the un­der­ly­ing in­spi­ra­tion of Hyundai de­sign­ers. In­spired by the con­cept of dy­namic pre­ci­sion, Elantra’s ar­chi­tec­ture was a per­fect plat­form for col­lab­o­ra­tion be­tween Hyundai de­sign­ers and engi­neers to blend ad­vanced styling with func­tional aero­dy­nam­ics.

From the front, the new Elantra is de­fined by Hyundai’s sig­na­ture hexag­o­nal grille that projects a dis­tinc­tive char­ac­ter when com­bined with its mod­ern light­ing sig­na­tures, in­clud­ing avail­able HID head­lights with Dy­namic Bend­ing Lights and unique ver­ti­cal LED day­time run­ning lights, which are firsts for Elantra. Elantra’s sporty lower front fas­cia in­te­grates func­tional front wheel air cur­tains, a com­po­nent de­rived from the Sonata Hy­brid that helps man­age air flow from the front of the ve­hi­cle and around the wheels to min­i­mize tur­bu­lence and wind re­sis­tance. In ad­di­tion, un­der­body cov­ers, an aero­dy­namic rear bumper bot­tom spoiler and rear deck­lid de­signed with an ex­panded trunk edge con­trib­ute to Elantra’s 0.27 co­ef­fi­cient of drag.

Elantra fea­tures a sleek body­side char­ac­ter line that ac­cen­tu­ates a sweep­ing side win­dow silhouette and strik­ing side pro­file. Avail­able pre­mium fea­tures such as 17-inch al­loy wheels, all-new LED door han­dle ap­proach lights, side mir­ror LED turn sig­nal indi­ca­tors and LED tail­lights with high tech graph­ics add a level of so­phis­ti­ca­tion and de­tail to this class-above com­pact sedan. The 2017 Elantra will be of­fered in eight ex­te­rior col­ors, five new to the model. Elantra’s over­all length has in­creased by just un­der an inch and its pro­por­tions are fur­ther en­hanced by in­creas­ing its width by 1.0-inches, pre­sent­ing a more ath­letic stance and sta­ble ap­pear­ance.


On the in­side, Elantra con­tin­ues to de­pict a mod­ern, driver-ori­ented design op­ti­mized for in­tu­itive con­trol, im­proved in­te­rior roomi­ness, high-qual­ity ma­te­ri­als and pre­mium tech­nol­ogy fea­tures. The con­tem­po­rary in­te­rior design in­te­grates pre­mium soft-touch ma­te­ri­als in key touch points and high-tech de­tails to cre­ate an invit­ing and com­fort­able in­te­rior en­vi­ron­ment for all pas­sen­gers.

The wide design of the in­stru­ment panel pro­vides a feel­ing of spa­cious­ness and is avail­able with a 4.2-inch color TFT LCD in­stru­ment dis­play for im­proved driver vis­i­bil­ity and func­tion­al­ity. The rest of the cen­ter stack is laid out in a hor­i­zon­tal design with but­tons and con­trols placed in log­i­cal groups by func­tion, and a slight seven de­gree tilt to­ward the driver for op­ti­mal er­gonomics. Avail­able pre­mium convenience fea­tures such as a seg­ment-first in­te­grated mem­ory sys­tem for the power driver seat and side mir­rors, dual au­to­matic tem­per­a­ture con­trol with auto de­fog­ging sys­tem and auto-dim­ming rearview mir­ror fur­ther enhance driv­ing com­fort, along with ad­vanced er­gonomic front seats. The front seats fea­ture high-ten­sion light­weight seat frames for im­proved per­for­mance in col­li­sions, and a multi-firm­ness seat pad to help re­duce driver fa­tigue over long dis­tances.

In fact, all of Elantra’s seats, cov­ered in ei­ther cloth or avail­able leather, are made of SoyFoam, an en­vi­ron­men­tally friendly seat­ing foam that sub­sti­tutes petroleum based polyol with hy­droxyl-func­tion­al­ized soy­bean oil and op­ti­mizes the for­mu­la­tion/ process to max­i­mize me­chan­i­cal per­for­mance. For added com­fort and convenience, pas­sen­gers en­joy avail­able heated front and rear seats with a ver­sa­tile 60/40 split-fold­ing rear seat. Elantra also of­fers class-above to­tal in­te­rior vol­ume with im­proved front and rear head­room. At 110.2 cu. ft. of to­tal in­te­rior vol­ume, the 2017 Elantra is clas­si­fied as a Mid­size car by the EPA, which is a class above Mazda3, Ford Fo­cus and some pre­mium mod­els.

In ad­di­tion to pas­sen­ger com­fort, im­prov­ing in­te­rior cabin noise man­age­ment and re­duc­ing road noise were top de­vel­op­ment pri­or­i­ties for Hyundai engi­neers. To re­duce en­gine sound a hood in­su­la­tor is equipped on the ma­jor­ity of Elantra mod­els. Engi­neers also re­duced the aper­ture size in the front dash panel by 25 per­cent, in­creased the thick­ness of the front door win­dow glass, and added var­i­ous sound ab­sorp­tion ma­te­ri­als in all pil­lars, in­ner fend­ers and floor­pan. In an ef­fort to fur­ther im­prove NVH char­ac­ter­is­tics, engi­neers also ap­plied plas­tic and rub­ber bush­ings to the front sub-frame and in­creased the bush­ings size of the lower con­trol arm.


The 2017 Elantra is lighter than the out­go­ing model, and its rigid chas­sis is now re­in­forced with 53 per­cent ad­vanced high-strength steel com­pared with 21 per­cent from the pre­vi­ous model, pro­vid­ing im­proved stiff­ness at a lower body weight. This in­creased us­age re­sults in a 29.5 per­cent stiffer tor­sional rigid­ity and 25.3 per­cent greater bend­ing strength, which bring im­prove­ments in ve­hi­cle ride and han­dling, quiet­ness, dura­bil­ity and driv­ing per­for­mance. Fur­ther­more, the new Elantra in­creased struc­tural ad­he­sive ap­pli­ca­tion 40 times at higher stress points on the chas­sis and to re­in­force weld­ing ar­eas. A com­po­nent of­ten found in aero­space ap­pli­ca­tions, these struc­tural ad­he­sives also con­trib­ute to im­proved NVH and ve­hi­cle dy­nam­ics due to ex­tra stiff­ness in the chas­sis. Hyundai engi­neers fo­cused on these en­hance­ments to de­velop a more rigid body struc­ture in an ef­fort to tar­get top safety rat­ings by the IIHS and NHTSA.

Im­proved ride com­fort, han­dling and sta­bil­ity are achieved through Elantra’s re­designed rear sus­pen­sion ge­om­e­try that mod­i­fies the an­gle of the rear shock ab­sorbers and changed the po­si­tion of the coil springs on the cou­pled tor­sion beam axle. Ad­di­tion­ally, an in­crease in rear bush­ing di­am­e­ter helps to im­prove long term dura­bil­ity. Elantra’s front sus­pen­sion uses an op­ti­mally de­signed McPher­son strut with coil springs and gas shock ab­sorbers along with a front sta­bi­lizer bar to help re­duce body roll when cor­ner­ing. The stan­dard Mo­tor-Driven Power Steer­ing (MDPS) sys­tem in­stantly ad­justs to chang­ing driv­ing con­di­tions for greater pre­ci­sion and steer­ing feel while im­prov­ing fuel econ­omy. In­creased caster pro­vides safe and reli­able steer­ing feed­back at high­way speeds.


For 2017, the Elantra re­ceives two all-new pow­er­trains de­signed for im­proved fuel ef­fi­ciency and every­day driv­abil­ity per­for­mance. The stan­dard en­gine avail­able on the base SE and Lim­ited trim is a 2.0-liter Nu MPI Atkin­son four-cylin­der en­gine pro­duc­ing a peak 147 horse­power at 6,200 rpm and 132 lb. ft. of torque at 4,500 rpm. This Atkin­son cy­cle-type en­gine re­duces pump­ing loss by de­lay­ing the close tim­ing of the in­take valve in the com­pres­sion stroke, there­fore max­i­miz­ing the ex­pan­sion ra­tio — it is the only Atkin­son cy­cle en­gine to be com­bined with multi-port in­jec­tion in the com­pact class. This greater ex­pan­sion ra­tio is made more ef­fi­cient by al­low­ing ad­di­tional en­ergy to be pro­duced. Fur­ther­more, this en­gine fea­tures a high com­pres­sion ra­tio of 12.5.

Other en­hance­ments in­clude in­ter­me­di­ate valve cam phas­ing that in­creases the op­er­a­tional range of the in­take valves and helps to re­duce pump­ing loss. High en­ergy ig­ni­tion coils are also adopted to in­crease com­bus­tion ef­fi­ciency through in­creas­ing spark in­ten­sity. A new elec­tron­i­cally con­trolled ther­mo­stat de­creases pump­ing en­ergy and al­lows the ther­mo­stat to open at a higher tem­per­a­ture. Fi­nally, pis­ton cool­ing jets are added to cool down the pis­ton

by spray­ing oil at the lower po­si­tion of the pis­ton re­sult­ing in knock sta­bil­ity and fuel econ­omy im­prove­ments. All of this re­sults in up to a 2.2 per­cent in­crease in ef­fi­ciency for op­ti­mized fuel econ­omy, and up to an EPA fuel econ­omy rat­ing of 29 city / 38 high­way / 33 com­bined mpg (for the Elantra SE with 6-A/T).

This 2.0-liter Nu four-cylin­der en­gine is paired with ei­ther a stan­dard six-speed man­ual trans­mis­sion (avail­able only on the SE trim) or Elantra’s next gen­er­a­tion six-speed au­to­matic trans­mis­sion. The new au­to­matic trans­mis­sion helps de­liver dy­namic per­for­mance with an over­all 3.3 per­cent in­crease in ef­fi­ciency for op­ti­mized fuel econ­omy. A new valve body im­proves gear shift re­spon­sive­ness and con­trol, while an op­ti­miza­tion in oil pump size aids in im­prov­ing op­er­at­ing ef­fi­ciency. A multi-clutch torque con­verter is also a new ad­di­tion that al­lows more con­trol over lock-up. Fi­nally, rolling re­sis­tance and fric­tion are min­i­mized by adopt­ing dou­ble an­gu­lar ball bear­ings.

The sec­ond pow­er­train is an all-new 1.4-liter Kappa tur­bocharged GDI four-cylin­der en­gine equipped on the Elantra Eco trim, avail­able in spring 2016. This en­gine pro­duces 128 horse­power at 5,500 rpm and a ro­bust 156 lb-ft. of torque at a low 1,400 ~ 3,700 rpm and will be mated to an EcoShift seven-speed dual-clutch trans­mis­sion. The Eco trim is pro­jected to achieve an un­sur­passed es­ti­mated 35 mpg com­bined rat­ing based on in­ter­nal test­ing.

Other fea­tures of the 1.4L tur­bocharged GDI four-cylin­der en­gine in­clude an in­te­grated cylin­der head and ex­haust man­i­fold that im­proves fuel econ­omy 5~7 per­cent at higher en­gine speeds. An op­ti­mized straight in­take port in­creases tum­ble flow for fast com­bus­tion, sup­press­ing knock ten­dency and im­prov­ing fuel econ­omy. The tur­bocharger is a sin­gle scroll design with an elec­tric waste­gate ac­tu­a­tor. The op­ti­mized tur­bine and com­pres­sor em­ploys a so­phis­ti­cated scav­eng­ing strat­egy that im­proves lowend torque and re­sponse, while the elec­tric waste­gate ac­tu­a­tor im­proves low-end torque and part-load fuel econ­omy by re­duc­ing back pres­sure. Fi­nally, the high pres­sure fuel in­jec­tors have six in­di­vid­u­ally sized laser drilled holes to op­ti­mize the fuel spray pat­tern.

Both en­gines fea­ture a mul­ti­tude of fric­tion-re­duc­ing and cool­ing com­po­nents and high ef­fi­ciency en­gi­neer­ing fea­tures de­signed to enhance fuel econ­omy and max­i­mize per­for­mance. In ad­di­tion, all Elantra trims are equipped with the new Drive Mode Se­lect fea­ture that ad­justs both pow­er­train per­for­mance and steer­ing ef­fort, al­low­ing the driver to cus­tom­ize the driv­ing char­ac­ter by se­lect­ing from three modes: Eco, Nor­mal or Sport, sim­ply by touch­ing a but­ton on the cen­ter con­sole.


In ad­di­tion to the strength­ened chas­sis, the 2017 Elantra makes struc­tural im­prove­ments to the front side mem­bers that are now a hexag­o­nal design and the dash-to-cowl con­nec­tion has also been re­in­forced. The front apron to the A-pil­lar now fea­tures a straight and con­tin­u­ous load path and has hot stamp­ing ap­plied on the front side rear lower mem­ber. B-pil­lar as­sem­blies fea­ture par­tial soft­en­ing hot stamp­ing that start with a re­in­force­ment sec­tion (150kgf grade) and then tran­si­tion into a soft­en­ing sec­tion (100kgf grade) to help ab­sorb side im­pact. The rear doors also fea­ture dual im­pact beams. A seven airbag sys­tem is stan­dard, in­clud­ing a new driver’s knee airbag, along with Elec­tronic Sta­bil­ity Con­trol, Ve­hi­cle Sta­bil­ity Man­age­ment, Trac­tion Con­trol, ABS and a Tire Pres­sure Moni- tor­ing Sys­tem. The 2017 Elantra is ex­pected to re­ceive an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ and NHTSA 5-star safety rat­ing.

New for 2017, the Elantra also of­fers a wide ar­ray of ad­vanced safety tech­nolo­gies, of­ten re­served for lux­ury cars, to pro­vide an­other de­fen­sive safety layer for its pas­sen­gers be­yond the stan­dard safety sys­tem. Avail­able Au­to­matic Emer­gency Brak­ing with class-ex­clu­sive Pedes­trian De­tec­tion is a tech­nol­ogy that uti­lizes both the front forward fac­ing radar and cam­era through sen­sor fu­sion to de­tect a ve­hi­cle or pedes­trian, and warn the driver of a po­ten­tial col­li­sion. If the driver does not re­act to avoid the im­pact, the sys­tem will ap­ply emer­gency brak­ing.

Ad­di­tional Elantra-first safety tech­nolo­gies in­clude avail­able Lane De­par­ture Warn­ing, Lane Keep As­sist Sys­tem, Blind Spot De­tec­tion with Rear Cross-traf­fic Alert and Lane Change As­sist, and a rearview cam­era, now with dy­namic guid­ance. The Lane Keep As­sist Sys­tem uses a forward-fac­ing cam­era to de­tect lane mark­ings and will alert the driver if the ve­hi­cle drifts out­side the lane with­out sig­nal­ing. The sys­tem will ap­ply cor­rec­tive steer­ing as­sis­tance if nec­es­sary, and is an­other ac­tive safety tool to as­sist Elantra driv­ers and help pre­vent ac­ci­dents.


The 2017 Elantra truly ad­vances ahead of the com­pact car class with in­no­va­tive tech­nol­ogy that en­hances driver con­fi­dence and convenience, with­out the pre­mium price. Elantra’s seg­ment-ex­clu­sive hands-free Smart Trunk, al­lows Elantra driv­ers to con­ve­niently open the trunk if their hands are full by sim­ply ap­proach­ing the rear of the ve­hi­cle with the key fob in a purse or pocket. An au­di­ble beep will sound three times, and the trunk will au­to­mat­i­cally open, mak­ing it easy to place items in the cargo area.

The new Elantra en­hances the driver ex­pe­ri­ence with avail­able all new Dy­namic Bend­ing Light and Smart Cruise Con­trol tech­nol­ogy. Dy­namic Bend­ing Light (DBL) works in tan­dem with the HID head­lights, so they turn-in with the di­rec­tion of the steer­ing wheel for bet­ter night­time vis­i­bil­ity and safety, while the ad­di­tional High Beam As­sist fea­ture au­to­mat­i­cally dims the high beams when ap­proach­ing ve­hi­cles are detected. Elantra’s Smart Cruise Con­trol (SCC) makes high­way and long dis­tance driv­ing more com­fort­able. Us­ing a radar sen­sor mounted on the lower front grille, the SCC sys­tem main­tains a set dis­tance from the ve­hi­cle ahead in var­ied traf­fic con­di­tions by au­to­mat­i­cally ad­just­ing ve­hi­cle speed as needed.


All Elantras come stan­dard with iPhone/USB and aux­il­iary in­put jacks and Sir­iusXM satellite ra­dio. New for 2017, the Elantra fea­tures two ad­vanced in­fo­tain­ment sys­tems be­yond the base au­dio sys­tem that per­fectly cater to the dig­i­tally con­nected — an avail­able 7.0-inch Dis­play Au­dio touch­screen sys­tem with rearview cam­era, and Hyundai’s next-gen­er­a­tion 8.0-inch nav­i­ga­tion sys­tem. Both mul­ti­me­dia sys­tems are equipped with Ap­ple CarPlay and An­droid Auto sup­port for seam­less and in­tu­itive op­er­a­tion of the most com­monly used smart­phone func­tions in­clud­ing app-based nav­i­ga­tion, stream­ing au­dio, voice-con­trolled search ca­pa­bil­i­ties, plus any ap­proved smart­phone apps. Since smart­phone in­te­gra­tion re­quires a wired con­nec­tion to the ve­hi­cle, Elantra pro­vides an avail­able sec­ond USB port for charg­ing — the first ap­pli­ca­tion on a Hyundai ve­hi­cle.

The ad­vanced 8.0-inch nav­iga- tion sys­tem fea­tures an en­hanced dis­play with im­proved touch sen­si­tiv­ity for touch and drag con­trol, in­creased screen bright­ness for bet­ter day­time vis­i­bil­ity, and a splitscreen dis­play show­ing map and mu­sic data. Both Sir­iusXM Satellite Ra­dio and HD Ra­dio Tech­nol­ogy are stan­dard on this sys­tem. For ad­di­tional convenience and con­nec­tiv­ity, nav­i­ga­tion-equipped Elantras of­fer pre-loaded apps, voice con­trol func­tions, and pre­mium Sir­iusXM fea­tures.

• Pan­dora ca­pa­bil­ity

• Real-time Sir­iusXM Travel Link three-month trial pe­riod, in­clud­ing traf­fic, weather, sports, stocks, fuel prices, even movie times, multi-cul­tural chan­nels and pre­sets record­ing ca­pa­bil­ity

• Sir­iusXM Tune Start — plays cur­rent song from the be­gin­ning when tun­ing into a pre­set chan­nel

• “Eyes Free” Siri in­te­gra­tion — voice con­trol func­tion to pre­vent driver dis­trac­tion

For the first time, Elantra also will of­fer an eight-speaker In­fin­ity pre­mium au­dio sys­tem, in­clud­ing a cen­ter speaker and sub­woofer. Fur­ther­more, mu­sic lovers will ap­pre­ci­ate Hyundai’s first ap­pli­ca­tion of Har­man’s patented Clar­iFi mu­sic restora­tion tech­nol­ogy. Clari-Fi an­a­lyzes dig­i­tal au­dio files dur­ing play­back and au­to­mat­i­cally re­builds much of what was lost in the com­pres­sion process. This de­liv­ers a mu­si­cal ex­pe­ri­ence closer to the artists’ orig­i­nal in­tent, with in­creased dy­namic range for en­hanced re­al­ism, and im­proved over­all fidelity.


The 2017 Elantra of­fers the next-gen­er­a­tion Hyundai Blue Link sys­tem with en­hanced safety, ser­vice and in­fo­tain­ment telem­at­ics. Blue Link brings seam­less con­nec­tiv­ity di­rectly into the car with tech­nol­ogy like Re­mote Start w/ Cli­mate Con­trol, Des­ti­na­tion Search pow­ered by Google®, Re­mote Door Lock/Un­lock, Car Fin­der, En­hanced Road­side As­sis­tance, and Stolen Ve­hi­cle Re­cov­ery. Blue Link can be eas­ily ac­cessed from the but­tons on the rearview mir­ror, the web or via smart­phone app. Some of these fea­tures can even be con­trolled via the lat­est An­droid Wear and new Ap­ple Watch smart­watch of­fer­ings. Blue Link is of­fered in three ser­vice pack­ages: Con­nected Care & Re­mote is avail­able on all mod­els and Guid­ance is avail­able on Nav­i­ga­tion-equipped mod­els. 2017 Elantras equipped with Blue Link of­fer one year of com­pli­men­tary Blue Link Con­nected Care. Con­nected Care pack­age (com­pli­men­tary for 1-year):

• Au­to­matic Col­li­sion No­ti­fi­ca­tion (ACN) and As­sis­tance

• SOS Emer­gency As­sis­tance

• En­hanced Road­side As­sis­tance

• Monthly Ve­hi­cle Health Re­port

• Main­te­nance Alerts

• Au­to­mated Di­ag­nos­tic Trou­ble Code No­ti­fi­ca­tion (DTC)

• Ser­vice Link

• Blue Link App (smart­phone, smart­watch)

• On-De­mand Di­ag­nos­tics

• Driv­ing In­for­ma­tion Re­mote pack­age:

• Re­mote Start with Cli­mate Con­trol

• Re­mote Door Lock/Un­lock

• Re­mote Horn and Lights

• Car Fin­der via Mo­bile App

• Stolen Ve­hi­cle Re­cov­ery/ Slow­down/Im­mo­bi­liza­tion

• Ve­hi­cle Safe­guard Alerts:

• Geo-Fence

• Valet Alert

• Speed/Cur­few Alert Guid­ance pack­age (Nav­i­ga­tion-equipped mod­els):

• Des­ti­na­tion search pow­ered by Google

• Des­ti­na­tion Send-to-Car by Google


Hyundai Mo­tor Amer­ica, head­quar­tered in Foun­tain Val­ley, Calif., is a sub­sidiary of Hyundai Mo­tor Co. of Korea. Hyundai ve­hi­cles are dis­trib­uted through­out the United States by Hyundai Mo­tor Amer­ica and are sold and ser­viced through more than 830 deal­er­ships na­tion­wide. All Hyundai ve­hi­cles sold in the U.S. are cov­ered by the Hyundai As­sur­ance pro­gram, which in­cludes the 5-year/60,000-mile fully transferable new ve­hi­cle lim­ited war­ranty, Hyundai’s 10-year/100,000-mile pow­er­train lim­ited war­ranty and five years of com­pli­men­tary Road­side As­sis­tance. Hyundai Blue Link Con­nected Care pro­vides own­ers of Hyundai mod­els equipped with the Blue Link telem­at­ics sys­tem with proac­tive safety and car care ser­vices com­pli­men­tary for one year with en­roll­ment. These ser­vices in­clude Au­to­matic Col­li­sion No­ti­fi­ca­tion, En­hanced Road­side As­sis­tance, Ve­hi­cle Di­ag­nos­tic Alert, Monthly Ve­hi­cle Health Re­port and In-Ve­hi­cle Ser­vice Sched­ul­ing.

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