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We purchased a 2017 Elantra in Sept. 2016. I don't drive the vehicle very often. Driving it today, I had to get on the freeway http://www.elantraforum.com/forum/images/ElantraForum_2014/smilies/tango_face_wink.png and got in the throttle. While it was responsive, when I let off the throttle quickly, it did not decelerate for a second. It was as if I was still holding the throttle down longer. Thinking I was really not paying attention, I had the opportunity to experiment by accelerating from a stop sign on 2 separate occasions. The same thing happened. I have to assume this is because of the drive by wire.

Anyone else seeing this type of behavior?

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We purchased a 2017 Elantra in Sept. 2016. I don't drive the vehicle very often. Driving it today, I had to get on the freeway http://www.elantraforum.com/forum/images/ElantraForum_2014/smilies/tango_face_wink.png and got in the throttle. While it was responsive, when I let off the throttle quickly, it did not decelerate for a second. It was as if I was still holding the throttle down longer. Thinking I was really not paying attention, I had the opportunity to experiment by accelerating from a stop sign on 2 separate occasions. The same thing happened. I have to assume this is because of the drive by wire.

Anyone else seeing this type of behavior?

Thanks,
Rich007
Gah I hate it when questions go unanswered for years my 17 Elantra does that to mostly when coming up a hill, that’s the only time I noticed it holding on but I figured it was incass you wanted to accelerate again uphill and needed that low gear
 
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