All Pleasure Hyundai Sonata 2007
Since its complete renovation in 2006, the Hyundai Sonata is able to compete directly with the Audi A6, Honda Accord and Toyota Camry. 2007 Hyundai Sonata is an exceptional car.
Made in Alabama, the vehicle is available in three versions, has an MSRP ranges from $ 17.195 - $ 22.995, and averages 24/34 mpg. If you plan to add the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, Nissan Altima or Chevy Malibu to your repertoire, we suggest taking the 2007 Sonata for a spin.
Logo side, in a blindfold test will be difficult to tell the difference between the new Sonata and its more expensive counterparts Japanese / European. One of the main attractions of the 2007 Sonata is the anti-brand does not have a badge linked to your identity.
Form meets function in the 2007 Sonata As you walk around the car, you will notice the fascia has a minimalist approach in design. The clean lines and unembellished, sharp angled headlamps and clean-cut grill follow classic Bauhaus tradition.
The side treatment avoids the corner "boxy" common to the Accord and Camry, and C-pillars slope gently extended Sonata giving the car a more robust profile, full of curves. The 2007 Sonata is a pragmatic car, offering a full pot of sophistication for a lot less money than other cars in its class.
As you enter the front seats 8-way adjustable encouraging, spacious cabin and faux finish wood luxury is a pleasant surprise. The 2007 Sonata is also 2 inches longer and 2 inches taller than the previous model.
It has a wider stance than the new Honda Accord, Nissan Altima and Toyota Camry 2007. The panels panels and doors are covered with ergonomic and soft-touch materials actually feel more cosmopolitan, more unique.
In addition, the rear seats are comfortable and have more space to accommodate large adults. All work and no play is not what the Sonata is about. The car handles exceptionally well.
The powerful 2.4-liter, four-cylinder delivers 162 horsepower and the 3.3-liter V6 delivers 235 hp with a maximum torque of 226 lb-ft. at 3500 rpm, while the average of 20/30 mpg. Driving the 2007 Sonata is a rewarding experience.
Taking the badge, and you can be confident that you are driving a more expensive, quieter Lexus, Audi A6 or BMW. When a badge not a badge? The 2007 Sonata offers European sophistication without paying through the nose for snob appeal.
The new Sonata is an excellent midsize car available in a compact car price. The test car was led LX full load had an MSRP of $ 20,895 US; GL Basic has a suggested retail price of US $ 17,895; and midlevel GLS has an MSRP of US $ 18.795.
All models look stunning and are equipped with six airbags, cruise control, ABS, stability and traction control, remote entry and an MP3 / CD player. Trunk space is a respectable 16.3 cubic feet. If you are tired and buyer Asmart getting ripped for options, the Sonata can be the perfect solution.