The fuel economy on the Hyundai Sonata Sedan is stronger than it is for most other vehicles in its class.
The difference in price between the regular SE and Limited editions and their Turbo variants is minimal. It costs only $1,500 extra to get the Turbo versions of either vehicle.
The warranties on the Hyundai Sonata Sedan work for several points. These include individual five year or 60,000 mile warranties on the new car and a 10 year or 100,000 mile warranty for the powertrain.
The IIHS gave this vehicle a "Top Safety Pick" award for 2011.
A hybrid version of the vehicle will be available in some markets. This works with not only an automatic transmission but also with 40 mpg on the highway.
The sunroof is a standard feature.
The fuel economy on the vehicle is roughly the same no matter what version of the vehicle is being used. This feature is also the same even in the turbo engine is used on one of the two higher end versions of the vehicle.
There is only 40 inches of head room in the front and 37.8 inches in the back.
The back seats have some curves but they are not as pronounced or comfortable as they are in the front row.
The suspension in the Hyundai Sonata Sedan tends to be shaky in some cases. This is especially the case when using the turbo features on some high-end engines.
There are no CD changers or DVD player options in the Sonata. A person can only use one CD at a time when using the vehicle.