Suddenly the ordinary is extraordinary. Innovation after inspired innovation makes this SONATA the best thing to happen to sedans in forever, astonishing the world with reimagined everything. From sexy sports coupe design cues to tech and safety that bound into the future, SONATA’s done it again.
Looking for a tech-smart, super-spacious midsize sedan with bold design? Hyundai has the answer. Three of them, in fact:
Hyundai Design has given each Sonata model its own unique details but all three share a shape that’s stunning. So don’t be surprised if people stop and stare.
Check out how the hood wraps to the edge of the car with no harsh cutline. How strips of chrome extend forward along the hood line, tapering into dynamic LED running lights that reveal themselves when illuminated! And how, from the rear, Sonata’s ultra-wide taillights accentuate its ground-hugging stance.
Open the door, and you enter an interior that’s equally pleasing to the eye. Refined materials cover the cabin’s surfaces. There’s an open, airy sense inside of Sonata one filled with innovations and personalization options that raise the bar for midsize sedan convenience, comfort and active safety.
One example: An available 12.3″ digital instrument cluster display can be customized to suit different driving modes and preferences. Even with Sonata’s coupe-like profile, the cabin has class-leading front headroom and legroom.
And even on the longest road trips, you and your passengers will enjoy spacious comfort. Considering Sonata Hybrid Blue has an extended driving range of up to 686 miles, long trips are a distinct possibility.
No wonder Hyundai has ranked #1 in customer loyalty for the 12th year in a row.
What is cheaper: the Hyundai Sonata or the Honda Accord?
The 2022 Hyundai Sonata starts at $24,350 and the Honda Accord starts at $25,470.
What gets better MPG: the Hyundai Sonata or the Honda Accord?
The 2022 Hyundai Sonata is rated at City 28/Hwy 38/Comb 32 MPG and the Honda Accord is rated at City 30/Hwy 38/Comb 33 MPG.
What is the performance difference between the Hyundai Sonata and the Honda Accord?
The horsepower rating of the 2022 Hyundai Sonata is rated at 191 @ 6100 RPM and the Honda Accord is rated at 192 @ 5500 RPM.