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The Elantra is all grown up and no longer forced to sit at the kid's table: Recently, in an 11-car comparison test, it finished a surprising second, ahead of both Honda and Toyota. The Elantra is now offered in four trim levels: the GLS sedan, the GT sedan, the GT five-door hatchback, and new for 2005, the GLS five-door hatch. Standard GLS equipment includes air conditioning, power windows, and front and side airbags. The semi-sporty GT adds 15-inch alloys, a firmer suspension, and rear disc brakes. ABS and traction control are optional. All Elantras are powered by a 2.0-liter DOHC four with variable valve timing that puts out 138 horsepower. As always, Hyundai is tops in the warranty department: 10 years/100,000 miles on the powertrain and five years/60,000 miles on the rest of the car. All this, plus a fair price, makes the Elantra a smart buy.