Hyundai Sonata: Now with Wow Factor


New Thinking. New Possibilities. That's what sets Hyundai apart, and it's also what compels drivers from Bridgeport, Clarksburg, Fairmont, Morgantown and Elkins to pursue the style, efficiency, performance and value that have begun to separate Hyundai from the pack. Just a brief look at how the Hyundai Sonata stacks up against similar mid-size sedan models and you'll see: it's time to update your automotive status.

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 Hyundai Sonata vs. Toyota Camry
  • Looking for great fuel-efficiency with the performance you crave at a price you can afford? Sonata bests Camry in both standard highway fuel economy, Horsepower, and most importantly: price, thanks to an MSRP that's nearly $3K less.
  • Want to buy from a brand that has your back for the long haul? Hyundai Elantra is the easy choice. Hyundai's standard 120 month powertrain warranty and 60 month basic warranty are each twice as long as those offered standard with Camry.
  • Want to stay connected on the road? Elantra offers a full-featured, easy-to-use Blue Link infotainment system that is supportable for Apple Eyes Free Siri, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay. Camry drivers, meanwhile, are stuck with generic Bluetooth connectivity.
  
   Hyundai Sonata vs. Honda Accord
  • Curious about how the Honda Accord stacks up against Hyundai Elantra? As it turns out, it's less car for more money - in some cases, literally. Looking for some room to relax after basketball practice or that trip to the gym? It's easier in Sonata, which offers over three inches more front legroom.
  • Loading up on gear for a weekend away or a work conference? You can bring more in Sonata, which boasts nearly two more cubic feet of rear cargo capacity than Honda Accord.
  • Best of all, Sonata shrinks in the category where size matters most: price. A comparatively equipped Sonata rings in at almost $2K less than Honda Accord.
  Hyundai Sonata vs. Kia Optima

  • Drivers can save a lot more on fuel by choosing Hyundai Sonata. It's combined 33 MPG rating is dwarfs Kia Optima's combined rating of 25 MPG - meaning you'll be stopping less and spending your extra money on things that are a lot more fun than buying gasoline.
  • Looking for the latest in automotive technology? Sonata comes standard with rearview camera, Bluetooth connectivity and remote start - none of which are offered in base model Kia Optima's. Kind of makes you wonder what all that extra cost is for!
  • In fact, Sonata's starting MSRP of around $18K is so affordable - you can practically buy two for the price of one less-efficient Kia Optima - which lacks Sonata's tech features and fuel savings despite costing $36K.