Research 2017 Hyundai Sonata

2017 Hyundai Sonata

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Research 2017 Hyundai Sonata

If you are doing research on the Hyundai Sonata, it helps to know the competition. For instance, the Sonata dash tech includes Android Auto, which is not yet available on the Toyota Camry or the Nissan Altima. Other exclusive features include the Sonata's hands-free trunk and its rear window shades. It also offers a panoramic sunroof that you won't find on these models or the Ford Fusion. Best of all, the Sonata offers more interior volume than these four competitors. You'll find 122.4 cu.ft. in the Sonata which beats the Accord, Altima, Fusion, and Camry by as much as five cu.ft. The EPA calls this a large car, but Hyundai prices it like a midsized sedan. 
Model Strengths:

When you research 2017 Hyundai Sonata, you'll find that it combines performance, ride quality, technology, features, and safety in one handsome package. Drivers will appreciate how competitive all four drivetrains are. You can't go wrong with any choice. The well-appointed cabin offers a comfortable ride in every sense of the word. Insulation minimizes road noise, and the seats are specially designed for long term comfort. There's plenty of wiggle room on the spacious back row. Dash technologies are intuitive and contemporary. Safety is clearly a priority, as evidenced by top crash ratings and the latest in crash avoidance features. The features list is long even for the base edition. The sleek exterior creates true curb appeal for this family-oriented sedan. You can learn more about the Hyundai Sonata when you chat online with the staff from Arapaho Hyundai serving Centennial Denver Littleton.

Model Changes:

Demonstrating Hyundai's penchant for the most modern devices, the 2017 Hyundai Sonata is offering a long list of today's most sought-after crash avoidance features. Adaptive xenon headlights, for instance, light the car's trajectory, giving the driver a much better view of the path ahead. Automatic high beams adjust to suit light conditions and oncoming traffic. Adaptive cruise control changes the speed to match slowing cars ahead. The automatic pre-collision braking system responds to threats by priming the brakes. A lane departure warning helps the driver stay alert to dangers. Adding value, the blind spot monitor is now standard on the Limited editions. Dash tech has also improved. With the addition of Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, smartphone users can access more content and stream it directly to their touchscreen.

Model Value:

The Sonata has proven itself in many ways. Kelley Blue Book has awarded the car with a 5-Year Cost-to-Own Award, recognizing it for the lowest operating costs in its class. Edmunds gave it an A rating. Furthermore, it has earned top scores from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This tends to keep insurance rates down. Fuel economy is good for the class. Hyundai has shuffled features to improve the value of each trim, and it has kept prices down. Always one of the more affordable in its class, the Sonata provides a package of features that can stand up to any rival. Class-first features, such as its hands-free trunk, push the Sonata ahead of the competition. Any 2017 review must also mention Hyundai's warranty package. The ten-year powertrain coverage remains fairly unique in the automotive industry. The roadside coverage and general warranty run concurrently for five years, also leading the industry. Once you've done your research reading this 2017 review of the Hyundai Sonata, why not take a test drive? The sedan is available now at Arapaho Hyundai serving Centennial Denver Littleton.

Model Overview:

Four intelligent power choices make the 2017 Hyundai Sonata appealing to different types of buyers. The base engine cranks out 185 horsepower, but it still earns 36 mpg on the highway. With a seven-speed automatic to guide its 178-horsepower engine, the Sonata Eco boosts city economy to 28 mpg. The popular 2.0T generates 245 horsepower and 260 lb.-ft. of torque while still earning 31 mpg highway. Last but not least, there's a hybrid edition that can earn 39 mpg city and 43 mpg highway. While classified as midsized, the Sonata manages to offer a spaciousness that's above its class. Well-padded seats add to the comfort level on both rows. Hyundai has taken care to hush the ride, adding to the above-class amenities you'll find as you climb the trim ladder. Safety is assured by seven airbags, including a driver's knee bag. The large trunk can be expanded with split-fold rear seats. A test drive is a great way to research 2017 Hyundai Sonata.

Model Key Trim Features:

The base edition packs Bluetooth, heated mirrors, a tilt-telescopic steering wheel and other must-have features. A rearview camera and a seven-inch touchscreen are SE standards. It also adds Blue Link with Bluetooth audio streaming, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay. In a dressier Sport or Eco cabin, drivers enjoy a power chair and leatherette trim. The Sport Value Edition packs keyless ignition, partial leather upholstery, and heated front seats. The Limited look is refined with wood grain trim and leather seats. Driving enthusiasts will like the flat-bottom steering wheel, paddle shifters, bolstered seating, and sport-tuned steering in the Sport 2.0T edition. Hyundai goes for upscale with the Limited 2.0T two-tone color choices, leather upholstery, panoramic sunroof, and nine-speaker premium Infinity system. "If you're looking for a well-rounded and affordable sedan, the Sonata should be on your list." -- EdmundsRe: www.edmunds com

*The above information is regarding the base model
2017 Hyundai Sonata. Standard specs and features may change from year to year. Contact Arapahoe Hyundai with any questions regarding the new or used vehicle  you're inquiring about.


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