The Sonata presents a genesis-inspired style with a little less momentum; it is modern, with appropriate drive trains. A 2.4-liter four-wheel drive with six-speed automatic transmission is standard; there is a 178 hp 1.6-liter Eco model with a seven-speed automatic transmission and a plug-in hybrid. A 245-horsepower Turbo with eight-speed automatic completes the alignment. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are standard. With a soft suspension and a pleasant steering, it is a good car without excuses.
With the new design and its various interior upgrades and a new automatic transmission with eight reports of its more powerful engine, the inline four-cylinder turbo 2.0-liter Sonata surprises many. But it's still a step back from the class leaders, less for a specific mistake than for the simple fact that the Accord (and the Camry and Mazda 6, among others) continue to sing their songs.
In the rear, the inmates on the comfortable leather seat have a large sunbathing area, which is, however, surrounded by darkness: black hard plastic front seats, black door panels, black carpets and black roof. The 2.0T Limited also includes all available Sonata safety features, including Blind Spot Warning, Auto Highbeam, Headlamps following the turn, Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Stop, Help to maintain the recently added line, and more.
For the mid-cycle update of the model 2018 Hyundai has added some drama to the design of the sonata, without exaggeration. The most noticeable change is at the front, where a projected hexagonal grid is now consuming most of the property market. The 2.0T Limited has the more aggressive front and rear end of the sports fairing, adding new LED headlights and taillights. Triangular external inputs include vertical stripes of LED lights that are ingenious design pieces. The Sonata also has a new, chiselled bonnet and molded front fenders. Rear there is a new smooth trunk and a new wide and flat bumper. The other main body panels are not new, but the significant changes made to each end of the car are reminiscent, especially in the treatment of dark shine applied to the mesh screen, the rim of the body and 18-inch wheels. Sport and Limited models with the 2.0-liter engine.
The 2.0-liter four-turbo engine generates the same 245 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque as before, but the acceleration improves slightly with the new eight-speed automatic. Our test car reached 60 mph in 6.8 seconds, almost half a second faster than a 2.0T Sport 2.0T 2016 model.
Additional Features Can Be Bought
- Super Collision Damage Waiver
- Child Safety Seat: For children (15-30kg, 33-66lb) (CST)
- Baby Safety Seat: For children 1-4 years (13-25 kg, 20-50 lb)
- Infant Safety Seat: For children (0-13kg, 0-29lb) (CSI)
- Personal Accident Insurance
- Collision Damage Waiver
- Additional Driver
- GPS satellite System
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