Review 2013 Hyundai Sonata Car

The description of the Hyundai Sonata 2013 the elegant sedan with a cutting style could not be better. The Hyundai Sonata is the Consumer Reports 2012 choice for an affordable family sedan category, with a four-door, the attractive car for five passengers with a reputation for good design and value for money. There is a spacious car and a man of 6 feet would be no problem with the head room, plus the range of front seats is unusually long to give the driver and passenger more space. The reclining rear seats also enough. The exterior orientation is beautiful with the front highly rated and rear window giving a Sonata coupe silhouette, just like Mercedes-Benz CLS or the Passat CC.

New for 2013

The "fluidic design" 2011/2012 was postponed to the minute inner evolution. Heated seats are standard on Sport SE model, while Limited editions add parking sensors, push button start, automatic climate control, security camera and a sunroof. The Sonata also has a hybrid version based on the concept Blue Drive Hyundai, whose production began in 2011. "The average quality black soft plastic is the predominant theme, with trim silver accent gives the interior a modern feel focused on technology.

Performance

Hyundai says it has the best power to weight ratio in its class, but these figures fall slightly short of the Altima is our weekly car. It offers 274 horsepower (204kW) and 269 lb.-ft. (365 Nm) of torque with 24 mpg fuel economy in the city and 35 mpg on the highway. Our unit involved many twists and turns, and an average of 34 mpg. Acceleration is not bad for a family sedan with 6.2 seconds rest to 60 mph, but competitors such as Camry and Mazda 6 performed a little better.

The only problem was the engine noise for exceeding road and the gearbox being offered in conjunction with the engine turbo minds were relegated shortly. The management response is also missing, as it tends to wander and require frequent adjustment in certain uneven surfaces.
Six-speed automatic Hyundai Sonata includes a manumatic mode and is ideal for the classroom, but some cars with dual clutch settings are best. That means, however, there is no lag, and succeeds as an economic sedan compatible with V6 Luxury models. This car comes with it.

Awarded a Top Safety Pick from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), its standard safety features include front head restraints, stability and traction control, brake assist, occupancy classification sensor and six airbags. These airbags may inflate however, for no apparent reason, which saw over 22,000 Sonata sedans recalled by Hyundai and fixed toll.
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