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2016 Hyundai Sonata
2016 hyundai sonata
2016 Hyundai Sonata

2016 Hyundai Sonata

MSRP
$24,749 - $35,699
FUEL ECONOMY (CITY/HWY)
9.4-10.4 / 6.5-7.4 mpg
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Read enough industry reports (what, you don't read industry reports?) and you'll likely learn that crossovers are steadily supplanting the midsize sedan as the vehicle of choice for the American family. It seems that nobody bothered to tell Hyundai, though, as last year's redesigned Sonata sells in greater numbers than both of Hyundai's crossovers See more

2016 Hyundai Sonata

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U.S. News & World Report - Cars

2016 Hyundai Sonata: What You Need to Know

From its interior to its performance, the 2016 Hyundai Sonata masters most things, making it one of our highest-ranked midsize cars. The Sonata's quiet cabin features a straightforward infotainment system and is comfortable for all occupants, based on our analysis of data and reviews. The three available engines are up to task for daily driving, and the Sonata’s handling, while far from sporty, will make you feel secure in corners and comfortable on open highway. It’s also a good value proposition. There are six trim levels and three engines to choose from, and its prices are in line with other class members, ranging from around $21,800 to about $34,100. Moreover, the Sonata gets top-flight safety and projected reliability ratings. And finally, the Sonata comes with a five-year/60,000-mile warranty and a 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty.
Edmunds.com

2016 Hyundai Sonata REVIEW

Read enough industry reports (what, you don't read industry reports?) and you'll likely learn that crossovers are steadily supplanting the midsize sedan as the vehicle of choice for the American family. It seems that nobody bothered to tell Hyundai, though, as last year's redesigned Sonata sells in greater numbers than both of Hyundai's crossovers combined. But we're not surprised. The "A"-rated Sonata is one of our favorite sedans in this class, and improvements to the technology interface and additional standard features make the 2016 Hyundai Sonata an even more attractive proposition. The 2016 Hyundai Sonata's design is simple but attractive, with LED lighting accents standard on most trims. The most significant change for 2016 lies with the Sonata's base infotainment system. Last year's smallish 5-inch touchscreen has been replaced by a 7-inch unit that reduces input errors by virtue of its bigger surface area. The new unit adds features already included with the optional 8-inch interface, including Apple CarPlay (late availability) and Android Auto smartphone functionality and the newest version of Hyundai's Blue Link telematics system. In addition to the lengthy list of features on the first Blue Link system, this new version adds remote ignition, automatic emergency contact notification in the event of an accident and destination search powered by Google (if equipped with navigation). But the revised infotainment system is just one of the many reasons why the Sonata is so appealing. The cabin is cavernous and comfortable, with loads of room in the backseat for when you need to ferry the kids, kid friends or adult friends. The Sonata also drives confidently, boasting a smooth ride quality paired with enough athleticism so it won't float around on the highway and feel like your grandpa's Oldsmoboat. You also get plenty of features for your money. Even if you pick the base SE model you're not going to feel as if you're getting the short end of the stick, while the top-line Limited 2.0T has luxury-car levels of equipment. Of course, the midsize sedan segment is full of strong competitors that should also be considered. The always popular 2016 Honda Accord has been updated this year, receiving a new touchscreen of its own with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Chevrolet's redesigned 2016 Malibu should be a stronger contender than before, and the well-rounded 2016 Ford Fusion, stylish 2016 Mazda 6, sporty 2016 Nissan Altima and strong-selling Toyota Camry continue to be excellent choices as well. But more so than ever before, the 2016 Sonata is deserving of its continued success.
Car and Driver

2016 Hyundai Sonata Sport 2.0T

2016 Hyundai Sonata Sport 2.0T
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