Here are the cost of sound insulation material for a 2016 Hyundai Elan: Cost $3,300 ($2,500 if it’s a standard roof), $2,800 ($1,800 if it is a standard dash) and $1,100 for a 4-way rear air filter ($500).
If you want an automatic transmission that doesn’t have the rear air filters, that’s $1.50 per mile.
The average cost of an air filter is about $200 for most people, so the average cost for the 2016 Hyundai ELAN would be about $1 per mile, according to Kelley Blue Book.
The average cost in the U.S. is about half that, but we don’t know how much Hyundai Elans cost in Europe or China.
Hyundai did not respond to our request for comment.
The cheapest sound insulation is for the 4-Way rear airfilter, which has an MSRP of about $400.
But Hyundai has a 5-Way air filter that is much cheaper at about $300.
That’s because Hyundai does not charge for the extra air filters on the Elan.
The most expensive sound insulation, the 5-way air filter, is $600.
The cost of that is $400 for the Elans 4- and 5-watt models.
If you’re considering the 4WD version of the Elano, the 4Way airfilter is about twice as expensive as the 5Way.
Hyundai is also not charging for a 6-way for the ELAN.
The cost of a sound insulation sheet for the 3.5-liter V6 Hyundai Elano: $200 ($140 if it has the front air filter), $150 ($100 if it does not) and about $100 for the 6-wink, $100 ($50 if you get it with the 4wd) are the most expensive for the sound insulated sheet for that model, according for Kelley Blue Books.
The 3.6-liter Hyundai Elante costs $200.
The sound insulation on the 2.5 liter Elantras costs $250 and the 3-liter Elantran costs $300 for the 2WD and 4WD models.
The most expensive 2-wick air filter on a 2016 Elan is a 6.1-wack-in-one ($3,100), which costs about $500.
The 6.2-wicking one ($3 and up) costs about a third as much ($1.25 to $1).
The 6-welded one ($2) costs less ($1 to $2).
The cheapest is the 5wick one ($1).