Hyundai is committed to design and they are making the investment in stylish ways. For the past few years Hyundai has been bringing obtainable style to the marketplace with more style focused entries, at very attractive prices, then nearly any other carmaker. Bucking the trend that requires a premium be paid for entry into the style market and breaking the tenet that consumers have to look to England, Germany or Japan for style innovations, the 2018 “re-imagined” Hyundai Sonata is stylish, safe and fun to drive. From the front, the cascading grill define and widens the Sonata’s stance. The car has a more assertive profile visible from both side and rear views. For the 2018 model the Sonata had a massive refresh on the front and rear, a restyling of the instrument panel and the introduction of refined luxury materials. Along with a the new styling infused with youthful energy the Sonata now features a turbo charged 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine with an eight speed automatic transmission.
Currently there are two front-wheel-drive, four-cylinder power train choices with six- or eight-speed automatic transmissions and a turbo charged 1.8-liter four-cylinder in the Sonata Eco.
The 2.0T offers Sport and Limited trim levels selections, and the 2.0T models has that sportier grille and fascia design with a rear diffuser and dual exhaust tips. The new turbo charged and direct-injection engine has 245-hp and 260 foot-pounds of torque from 1,350-4,000 rpm. The cabin is an example of efficient space design with many soft-touch surfaces with contemporary design elements. The cabin features great front headroom and long legroom making the new Sonata a great road trip car.
The center shift console a lot of space, that include deep cup holders, a wide phone slot, a spare change cubby and a good charging bin with two USB ports, a 12-volt plug and wireless charging capability. Safety, style, technology and space all key points in the Sonata. Hyundai Sonata.
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