Hyundai Introduces Nav System to Elantra Midyear

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Hyundai has introduced an optional in-dash LG Electronics navigation unit for the Elantra right splat in the middle of the 2010 model year.

The system has Bluetooth connectivity in addition to typical mapping and entertainment points of interest, all rolled into a 6.5-inch, high-resolution touch-screen. XM Satellite Radio and iPod/USB input jacks are also included.

The Elantra GLS with the Navigation Package comes to $17,995 (not including a $720 destination fee), making it the most affordable car in its class with a navigation system, according to Hyundai. The GLS starts at $16,895 without the navigation system. A redesigned model is expected to go on sale next year.

Then again, is an in-dash nav system something economy buyers are even looking for? Let us know in the comments if a nav system is a priority when buying a sub-$20,000 vehicle.

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