Meet The Car Hyundai Sonata 2011 Medium Size With Style, Power and The Main Class Fuel Economy!

Regarding the midsize sedans, there are many different vehicles that you can choose. Each has strengths and weaknesses, but few offer the qualities around the Hyundai Sonata 2011. If you are looking for a car that is aesthetically pleasing, spacious, powerful and fuel efficient, the 2011 Hyundai Sonata covered. Designed in the studio Irvine, California Hyundai 2011 model has what is described as a "fluidic sculpture" design that makes it very pleasant to the eye. The interior is spacious and sophisticated with a modern look control panel and many interesting features that come standard such as air conditioning, full power accessories, XM satellite radio, Bluetooth phone connectivity and a USB / iPod port. Under the hood, there is now a new 4-cylinder 2.4-liter 198 horsepower engine direct injection (GDI). The new GDI technology is an exciting new innovation because it provides a means for injecting fuel directly into a combustion chamber and provide a much more accurate fuel to each cylinder. The net result is that you have a vehicle that receives the first class ratings, fuel economy 22 mpg city, 35 mg on the highway and 26 mpg combined, while producing more torque and power than some size sedans average well established as the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord. The new Sonata also gets high marks for security, as it was named "Top Safety Pick" by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Having identified the areas where the new highlights of Sonata, reviewers also noted a number of disadvantages. Inside the vehicle, head room can also be a problem as people very large can accidentally hit his head against the ceiling, if not careful. The lack of a V6 engine is also a problem for some, but a turbo charged version of GDI engine is set to debut later this year. Although some of these concerns, however, the new Sonata is an absolute must to have in your list for test drive.
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