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Hyundai Sonata Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Hyundai Sonata. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Hyundai Sonata.
Hyundai Sonata won't really wow you with dramatic styling or crazy amounts of horsepower, but it is a very competent sedan that ranks among the class leaders. It has an easy-to-use interior and ample cargo room. And while it trails behind the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry in rear legroom, the Sonata is still large enough that your backseat passengers won't feel crowded. Discover the ins and outs on used Hyundai Sonatas, available now in Carvana's inventory.
Smooth, Quiet RideOne of the most obvious features with Hyundai Sonata is the remarkably quiet ride it provides. When on the road, noise from the outside turns to a whisper, making it an enjoyable vehicle when jamming out to music, talking to your fellow passengers on long road trips, or chatting on your hands-free mobile device.
Plenty Of Legroom For PassengersA signature of the Sonata through the years is the ample amount of legroom and space that is provided for adult-sized passengers, both in the front and the back. This makes the Sonata a more than adequate option when it comes to road tripping.
Sturdy Build QualityOver the past several years, the Sonata has done well to gain ground on segment rivals such as the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry. This is due in large part to the Sonata's chassis, which has had a notable and positive affect on its impressive handling capabilities and overall ride quality.
HeadroomFor as much as the legroom inside the Sonata stands out, the headroom, particularly in the rear is a bit restricted thanks to the sloping roof line on the vehicle. This could be an especially annoying attribute for taller passengers sitting in the back.
AccelerationDespite churning out more horsepower and more feet of torque compared to SE, Sport, and Limited models, the Sonata Sport 2.0T model performed quite poorly in Edmunds track testing. During testing, the Sport 2.0T clocked an 8.3-second sprint going from 0 to 60; a disappointing time considering the powertrain available in the Sport 2.0T was meant to compete with rival V6-powered family sedans that are routinely much quicker.
Interior DesignThe interior design is by no means repulsive, it just doesn't stand out that much compared to competitors in this segment. Think functional, not necessarily fancy. Though it lacks pizzazz, the control layout is straightforward and easy to use. The 5-inch touchscreen isn't big, though it does provide solid functionality.
Hyundai Sonata Reviews
4.8 OUT OF 5 (409 Reviews)