2018 Hyundai Sonata


Ranked #8 in Midsize Sedan

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Starting MSRP 

$22,050 - $32,450

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Key Spec of 2018 Hyundai Sonata
fuel economy


fuel type

Regular Unleaded


185 hp @ 6000 rpm

basic warranty

5 yr./ 60000 mi.

ProsConsWhat's New

Large trunk than many rivals

The turbocharged engine isn't as energetic as its rivals

Retuned suspension

Great safety scores

Rear-seat headroom can be tight for some

New 8-speed automatic transmission

Good fuel economy

Blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert are now standard

User-friendly infotainment system

Recalibrated steering

Refreshed exterior styling

Updated center stack look

2018 Hyundai Sonata Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: December 28, 2021

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The 2018 Hyundai Sonata is available for sale with a base price tag of $22,050. There are a number of changes made this year. Starting from the outside, the Sonata received a refreshed exterior styling. On the performance front, the suspension and steering have been tweaked and a new 8-speed automatic transmission for the 2.0T models. The Sonata also gets a new center stack with updated controls while blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert are now standard safety features across the lineup. 

2018 Hyundai Sonata three-quarter view

The Sonata's powertrain includes a 185-hp 2.4L, a 178-hp 1.6L turbo, and a 245-hp 2.0L turbo engine. Among these engines, the most fuel-efficient is the 1.8L four-cylinder and the quickest one is obviously the 2.0L turbo-4 engine that can do 0-60 in 7.1 seconds. Moving to the interior, the Sonata offers a simple yet modern layout and offers an array of features, some of which are absent in its rivals. Speaking of rivals, the Sonata gets its rivalry from the Toyota Camry, the Honda Accord, and the Mazda 6

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Over All Rating


Out of 10

Notable Rankings

#8 in Midsize Sedan

#13 in Sedan

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SE$22,050 onwards

  • 60/40-Split folding rear seat
  • 7-Inch touchscreen display
  • Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
  • Automatic headlights
  • Power windows & door locks
  • Rearview camera
  • Six-Speaker sound system
  • Tilt-And-Telescoping steering wheel

Eco$22,650 onwards

SEL Plus$23,700 onwards

  • 17-inch silver aluminum Wheels
  • 2 - 1st row LCD monitor
  • Driver Lumbar support
  • Dual zone automatic front air conditioning

SEL$23,700 onwards

Sport Plus$24,800 onwards

  • 17-inch painted aluminum Wheels
  • Cloth/Leather Seat trim

Sport$25,200 onwards

  • Chrome-Tipped dual exhaust
  • Flat-Bottom steering wheel
  • Leather sport seats
  • Leather-Wrapped shift knob
  • Sport-Specific interior trim
  • Sunroof

Limited$27,400 onwards

  • Auto-Dimming rearview mirror
  • Driver-Seat memory settings
  • Dual climate control
  • Dynamic LED headlights
  • Front-Seat ventilation
  • Led taillights
  • Six-Way power passenger seat

Colors and Styles

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Electric Blue

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

The 2018 Hyundai Sonata is the proof that sedans don’t have to be boring- Cnet

As SUVs are flooding the market these days, it's good to see that Hyundai is still putting some effort into midsize sedans, a segment that has been pushing the industry for decades. The latest Sonata is one of the smartest picks in the midsize family sedan segment. It's affordable, has great value for money, is safe, roomy and it comes with a killer warranty. 

The true cost to own the Sonata is slightly more than the segment leaders but considering the features list, it's really nothing. According to our estimation, it may cost $6,600 every year for its maintenance, repair, fuel, etc. The average cost per mile is $0.44, which is average for the segment. The Sonata has been a strong competitor in the segment for its good reliability as well. 


Blue Link now incorporates Amazon Alexa and Google Home- Cargurus

Seven trims are on offer for the Hyundai Sonata. These are SE, Eco, SEL, Sport, Limited, Sport 2.0T, and Limited 2.0T. The SE trim can be had at $22,050 while the range-topping Limited 2.0T trim is priced at $31,900, excluding an $885 destination fee. Only FWD is available but comes with a choice of three different engines and transmissions combo.

2018 Hyundai Sonata rear angle view

In case you were wondering, the Sonata is competitively priced with decent resale values. It offers a lot of the latest features for its low price tag. Climb your way to the $2,300 Ultimate package and you can add all these options even on lower trims. The Sonata's optional driver-assist features are bundles in the $1,000 Tech package available on all trims. 

Trims SE Eco SEL Sport Limited Sport 2.0T Limited 2.0T
MSRP (FWD) $ 22,050 $ 22,650 $ 23,700 $ 24,800 $ 27,400 $ 27,600 $ 31,900
Key Features 7-inch touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Same features as the SE trim Adds/ Upgrades to SE trim Adds/ Upgrades to SEL trim Adds/ Upgrades to Sport trim Adds/ Upgrades to Limited trim Adds/ Upgrades to Sport 2.0T trim
  6-speaker sound system   17-inch alloy wheels Sports styling including a front grille Woodgrain interior inserts 18-inch alloy wheels 8-inch touchscreen display
  Rearview camera   Keyless entry and ignition Power sunroof Dynamic LED headlights and taillights Sport-tuned steering Navigation system
  Cloth upholstery   LED daytime running lights Flat-bottom leather steering wheel with paddle shifters Auto-dimming rearview mirror Larger front brakes 8-speaker Infinity premium audio system
  Blind-spot monitoring   Hands-free smart trunk access Leather-wrapped shift knob 6-way power passenger's seat Sport-tuned suspension Wireless charging 
  Rear cross-traffic alert   Heated side mirrors Leather sports seats with cloth inserts Driver-seat memory settings   Heated steering wheel
  16-inch alloy wheels   10-way power-adjustable driver seat LED cabin lights Ventilated front seats   Automatic high beams
  Heated exterior mirrors   Heated front seats Chrome rocker panels and chrome-tipped dual exhaust Leather seats   Rear parking sensors
      Push-button start Aluminum foot pedals Dual-zone automatic climate control   Tech package
      Leather-wrapped steering wheel        
      Satellite radio        
      HD radio        

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The SEL trim is a great value for money as this model adds push-button start, proximity keyless entry, a power driver's seat, heated front seats, a hands-free trunk, satellite radio HD radio, leather steering wheel, and an additional port. Also, don't forget to opt for the Tech package that adds some of the best driver-assist features. 

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Engine and Performance

Driving the 2018 Sonata on a mix of winding roads, highways, and city streets revealed a much-improved car dynamically- MotorTrend

2018 Hyundai Sonata Engine and Transmission

On the powertrain front, there are several choices to settle in. There's a base 2.4L four-cylinder engine paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission while a 6-speed manual is optional. This engine makes 185 hp and 178 lb-ft. of torque. Exclusive for the Eco trim is a 1.6L turbo inline-4 that produces a low 178 hp and 195 lb-ft. of torque. This engine uses a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission for slightly better efficiency than the base engine.

2018 Hyundai Sonata engine

The Sport 2.0T and Limited 2.0T trims house a 2.0L turbo inline-4 engine that is good for 245 hp and 260 lb-ft. of torque. For 2018, this engine is connected to an 8-speed automatic transmission for improved low-end response and better fuel economy on the highway. The base powertrain isn't overly high-tech but they operate with refinement. The 1.8L engine is good for city rides but the 2.0L engine has great power delivery and quick throttle response.

Models 2018 Hyundai Sonata 2018 Mazda 6 2018 Honda Accord 2018 Toyota Camry
MSRP $ 19,550 $21,950 $ 23,570 $ 23,645
Engine 2.4L Inline-4 2.5L Inline-4 1.5L Inline-4 2.5L Inline-4
Drivetrain FWD FWD FWD FWD
Transmission 6-Speed Automatic 6-Speed Manual CVT 8-Speed Automatic
Power 185 hp @ 6,000 RPM 187 hp @ 6,000 RPM 192 hp @ 5,500 RPM 203 hp @ 6,600 RPM
Torque 178 lb-ft. @ 4,000 RPM 168 Ib-ft. @ 4,000 RPM 192 lb-ft. @ 1,600 RPM 184 lb-ft. @ 5,000 RPM

The Toyota Camry makes the most power for a base engine and its optional engine is a robust V6. The Honda Accord makes decent power and uses a CVT transmission but is highly-priced than the Sonata. The Mazda 6 is the only car here to offer a standard manual transmission for a better driving experience. 

2018 Hyundai Sonata Acceleration

The base engine isn't much athletic and hence, takes 7.9 seconds to complete the acceleration test. Furthermore, the quarter-mile run is covered in 16.1 seconds. The turbocharged 2.0L engine is highly recommended for seamless power and responsive acceleration. It does the same in 7.1 seconds and has a top speed of 120 MPH. 

2018 Hyundai Sonata takes 7.9 sec to reach 60 MPH

The Sonata leaves the line smoothly with sufficient power and the engine remains civilized when you ask for extra zip. This engine is strong enough to break the front wheels off the line and it provides enough robust passing power at speed. From its speedy acceleration, you can say this version of the Sonata is tuned for rapid transit. 

Models 2018 Hyundai Sonata 2018 Mazda 6 2018 Honda Accord 2018 Toyota Camry
0-60 MPH 7.9 sec 8.1 sec 7.6 sec 7.6 sec
Quarter mile 16.1 sec 16.3 sec 15.9 sec 15.9 sec
Engine 2.4L 2.5L 1.5L 2.5L

Top Speed

120 MPH 132 MPH 120 MPH 5.2

The Honda Accord and the Toyota Camry battle for the first place but it's the Accord that receives appreciates for its quick agility despite being less powerful. On the other hand, the Mazda 6's throttle response isn't that great, and therefore, it is the slowest contender in this competition. 

2018 Hyundai Sonata Handling and Steering

While in motion, the Hyundai Sonata feels good from the driver's seat. It rides in a comfortable and controlled fashion. Pick up some speed and the Sonata turns competently with minimal body roll. For 2018, the suspension has been re-tuned and the steering has been recalibrated for improving the ride and handling characteristics of the Sonata. Thanks to a revised suspension, the new Sonata feels tauter and more responsive and cooperates better with the driver through twisty bits.

2018 Hyundai Sonata rear driving view

The turbocharged models get a stiffer suspension to deliver a sporty driving experience but that takes away the ride comfort. Regardless of engine choice, all Sonatas offer Eco, Comfort, and Sport modes that alter throttle, steering, and transmission behavior. Meanwhile, a Smart mode that varies the vehicle's feel depending on the driver's input is added to the mix in cars equipped with the turbocharged 2.0L engine. Overall, the Sonata offers a gentle ride and handles effectively. 

2018 Hyundai Sonata Braking 

The Hyundai Sonata surprises a lot of drivers with its braking performance. The brakes in the Sonata are 12.0-inch ventilated front disc brakes and 11.2-inch rear disc brakes. The front brakes in the 2.0T models are slightly bigger that measures 12.6 inches in size. These brakes take 121 feet to stop from 60-0 MPH. 

2018 Hyundai Sonata brakes

It has one of the shortest braking distances in its class. The brakes prove up to the job by repeatedly scrubbing speed and executing a panic stop. The pedal feels soft but the turbocharged models have a firm pedal. The brakes respond quickly to the braking action. The strong stopping power urges the driver to drive confidently at speed.

Models 2018 Hyundai Sonata 2018 Mazda 6 2018 Honda Accord 2018 Toyota Camry
Brakes Front 12.0 in 11.7 in 11.5 in 12.0 in
Brakes Rear 11.2 in 10.9 in 11.1 in 11.1 in
Curb Weight 3,250 lbs 3,427 lbs 3,131 lbs 3,241 lbs
60-0 MPH 121 ft. 116 ft. 135 ft. 122 ft.

 The Mazda 6 amazes with its braking capabilities. It records the shortest braking distance despite being the bulkiest in the crowd. The Toyota Camry is also on the same level as the Sonata in terms of braking. The Honda Accord disappoints with its braking performance as it takes the longest braking distance. 

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Fuel Economy

The Hyundai Sonata provides good fuel economy for such a roomy sedan- The Car Connection

The Hyundai Sonata performs pretty week in this regard. The EPA says that this sedan should return 25 MPG in the city, 36 MPG on a highway, and 29 MPG combined. Those who want to save more money should go for the Eco trim as it gives 28 MPG in the city and 37 MPG on a highway with a combined mileage of 31 MPG. 

2018 Hyundai Sonata front view

With the top-of-the-line 2.0L engine equipped, the combined mileage is around 26 MPG, which is still good for the power it makes. Owing to its large fuel tank, the Sonata delivers 601 miles combined in its most efficient form. The base engine's driving range is calculated to be 564 miles while the 2.0L engine has the lowest combined range of 509 miles. 

Models 2018 Hyundai Sonata 2018 Mazda 6 2018 Honda Accord 2018 Toyota Camry

MPG (City)

25 26 30 29
MPG (Highway) 36 35 38 41
MPG (Combined) 29 29 33 34
Fuel Tank Capacity (Gallon) 18.5 16.4 14.8 14.5
Range (City/Highway/Combined; Miles) 463/666/564 426/574/500 444/562/503 421/595/508

The Toyota Camry is the most fuel-efficient sedan in this segment. It returns 5 MPG combined more than the Sonata with its base engine, though packing a powerful engine. The Honda Accord ranks below it with good gas mileage. The fuel estimates of the Mazda 6 are almost equivalent to the Sonata but it is more efficient. However, the Sonata has the best driving range here. 

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The Sonata's front buckets proved comfortable over our day-long drive with good support and just the right amount of side bolster- Left Lane News

2018 Hyundai Sonata Seating and Comfort

The Hyundai Sonata's interiors strike a nice balance between function and style. In typical Hyundai fashion, the cabin doesn't wow occupants with futuristic or fancy materials. Most of the interior trim is hard plastic but nice graining and metal pieces add some flair. This five-seater comes standard with cloth upholstery but leather seats are available from the Sport trim onwards. The front seats are comfortable for a wide variety of body types.

2018 Hyundai Sonata dashboard

They have tons of space and lots of adjustments to get comfortable behind the wheel. Getting into the rear seat does require some ducking but at least the entryway is good-sized. The back seats are generous for the class and offer a comfortable seatback angle. They are still spacious but not quite as roomy primarily in terms of legroom. Still, normal-sized adults should be perfectly fine. Overall, the cabin feels modern and accommodates passengers nicely. 

Models 2018 Hyundai Sonata 2018 Mazda 6 2018 Honda Accord 2018 Toyota Camry
Passenger Capacity 5 5 5 5
Front Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in) 40.4/57.9/45.5 38.4/55.9/42.2 39.5/58.3/42.3 38.3/57.7/42.1
Second Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in) 38.0/56.5/35.6 37.1/55.1/38.7 37.3/56.5/40.4 38.0/55.7/38.0

The Honda Accord's cabin is the most spacious here and its interior quality is better than the Sonata. The space levels in the Mazda 6 and the Toyota Camry are almost the same but Mazda uses premium materials in its cabin while the Camry uses a lot of hard plastics like the Sonata. 

2018 Hyundai Sonata Infotainment System

The infotainment duties in the Hyundai Sonata are handled by the Blue Link 7-inch touchscreen display. The interface is simple to understand and user-friendly. There is a lot to like about the simplicity of this touchscreen because it has physical shortcut buttons to help you jump between menus as well as physical volume and tuning knobs. There's also support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

2018 Hyundai Sonata infotainment system

A 6-speaker stereo is standard but it can be upgraded to an 8-speaker Infinity premium sound system. An 8-inch version of the screen is standard on the Limited 2.0T trim and optional on all trims. There is an unambiguous separation between climate and audio controls. All those controls are easy to reach from the driver's seat. Every Sonata now provides three years of Blue Link subscription services plus it is now compatible with Amazon Alexa 

2018 Hyundai Sonata Interior Features

Some main cabin features of the new Sonata include:

  • Tilt & telescopic multi-function leather, heated steering wheel
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control
  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror
  • Push-button start
  • Cloth & leather upholstery 
  • Power front seats
  • Heated ventilated front seats
  • Aluminum foot pedals
  • 7-inch touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • 6-speaker stereo
  • 4.2-inch electroluminescent driver's display
  • Voice-recognized navigation system
  • Wireless charging

2018 Hyundai Sonata Cargo Volume

The Hyundai Sonata continues to impress in this field as well. You get 16.3 cubic feet of cargo space which is right near the top of the class. Four bags could easily fit inside, perfect for a small family. The cargo floor is flat, allowing for the storage of more items. Of course, you can fold down the rear seats for even more space. 

2018 Hyundai Sonata trunk volume

There's a nice trunk opening to make it easy to get stuff in and out. A hands-free tailgate is included in all but the base SE trim. Note that the rear seats don't fold completely flat. The loading lip is flat which means that that it is easy to load heavy items into the trunk. The low leftover height also comes in handy for easy cargo loading. 

Models 2018 Hyundai Sonata 2018 Mazda 6 2018 Honda Accord 2018 Toyota Camry
Trunk volume (cu-ft.) 16.3 14.7 16.7 14.1

The Honda Accord's trunk is slightly more spacious than the Sonata but that's not much of a concern. The cargo space offered in the Mazda 6 is average for the class. But, it turns out that the Toyota Camry is the least practical vehicle in this class. Therefore, the Sonata makes a good option for a family sedan. 

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Sport models receive a unique grille and front fascia, plus dual exhaust tips- Kelly Blue Book

2018 Hyundai Sonata Dimensions and Weight

The Hyundai Sonata is new from pretty much every angle this year and it's still a nice-looking sedan. The most notable change in terms of design is the front fascia. The new hexagonal grille also called for a change in the design of the headlights and limited the space with the fog lights. The new Sonata looks aggressive and harmonious even though the grille might be reminiscent of some Audi models. The wheel options of the Sonata include 16, 17, and 18-inch alloy wheels. The low ground clearance makes it easy to get in and out of the vehicle. 

2018 Hyundai Sonata front driving view

The Sonata has the shortest wheelbase in this competition. A nice design touch is the chrome line which starts from the front of the car and goes all the way through the doors and ends at the back window. Speaking of aggressive features, the new rear is also redesigned to give a sportier feel. From behind, the trunk makes the Sonata look extremely tall and bulky. All in all, even though the Sonata is supposed to be a conservative midsize sedan, it is good to say that the design aesthetics succeeds in being much more 


Models 2018 Hyundai Sonata 2018 Mazda 6 2018 Honda Accord 2018 Toyota Camry
Curb Weight (lbs) 3,250 3,427  3,131  3,241 
Length (in) 191.1 192.7 192.2 192.1
Width (in) 73.4 72.4 73.3 72.4
Height (in) 58.1 57.1 57.1 56.9
Ground Clearance (in) 5.3 6.5 5.5 5.7
Wheelbase (in) 110.4 111.4 111.4 111.2
Track Width (in) F/R 62.9/63.1 62.4/62.0 63.0/63.4 63.0/63.2

The Mazda 6 sits 1.2 inches higher than the Sonata. Therefore, the drivers can be prepared for driving over high bumps. The wide wheelbase of the Toyota Camry results in better legroom in the rear row. At 3,131 pounds, the Honda Accord is the lightest vehicle in this competition and therefore, displays excellent performance on the road. 

2018 Hyundai Sonata Exterior Features

Some cool exterior highlights of the refreshed Sonata are:

  • LED headlights with cornering function
  • LED DRLs
  • LED taillights
  • Heated exterior mirrors
  • Chrome door handles
  • Chrome grille
  • Chrome rocker panels
  • Chrome window trim
  • 16, 17, and 18-inch alloy wheels

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In another important change for 2018, Hyundai makes blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert and lane-change assist standard on all Sonatas- Cargurus

The 2018 Hyundai Sonata was declared as the Top Safety Pick+ by IIHS, which is the top-most rating by the agency. It received 'Good' ratings in all six crash tests and a 'Superior' rating for the front crash prevention. As for headlights, the models with LED ones got a 'Good rating while the other models received a 'Poor' rating. 

IIHS Rating

Small Overlap Front: Driver's side Good
Small Overlap Front: Passenger's side Good
Side Impact Test Good
Head Restraints and Seats Good
Roof Strength Test Good
Moderate Overlap Front Test Good
Headlights Good
Front Crash Prevention Superior
LATCH ease of use Marginal 

The Sonata continues to shine in terms of safety by getting a five out of five stars overall safety rating from NHTSA for its crashworthiness. It also received five stars in the frontal and side-impact crash tests and four stars in the rollover crash test. Check out the table below for detailed NHTSA ratings of the Sonata. 

NHTSA Rating

Overall rating 5 stars
Frontal barrier crash rating overall 5 stars
Frontal barrier crash rating driver 5 stars
Frontal barrier crash rating passenger 5 stars
Side barrier rating overall 5 stars
Side barrier rating driver 5 stars
Side barrier rating passenger 5 stars
Combined side barrier and pole ratings front seat 5 stars
Combined side barrier and pole ratings rear seat 5 stars
Side pole star rating overall 5 stars
Rollover rating 4 stars

These ratings imply that the Sonata is a safe vehicle. The Sonata also impresses its buyers by offering some important driver-assist systems as standard. Opting for the Technology Package adds other safety technologies that are adequate to prevent the risk of an accident. Also, the sedan packs a total of seven airbags for enhanced protection. 

2018 Hyundai Sonata IIHS crash test

The list of the safety features in the Sonata include:

  • Rearview camera
  • Blind-spot monitoring
  • Rear cross-traffic alert
  • Lane change assist
  • Adaptive headlights
  • Lane departure warning
  • Rear parking sensors
  • Lane keep assist
  • Pedestrian detection
  • Automatic emergency braking
  • Adaptive cruise control.
  • Automatic high beams

2018 Hyundai Sonata vs 2018 Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry has a higher initial cost than the Sonata. It displays excellent on-road performance and is also available with a powerful V6 engine. It is the most fuel-efficient sedan in this segment. Its rear row is more comfortable for adults. The Camry also offers better safety features and reliability. That said, the Sonata offers more trunk space and features. 

2018 Toyota Camry

2018 Hyundai Sonata vs 2018 Mazda 6

The Mazda 6 isn't athletic as the Sonata but it is more fun to drive. It is also more efficient than the Sonata. On the inside, premium materials are used to decorate the cabin and it also provides more rear-seat passenger space than the Sonata. However,  its cargo space is very less. The Mazda 6's safety ratings are good and offer more driver aids than the Sonata. 

2018 Mazda 6

2018 Hyundai Sonata vs 2018 Honda Accord

The Honda Accord is an expensive alternative to the Sonata. It is quicker than the Sonata and its fuel economy is outstanding. The Accord's cabin feels roomier and its trunk volume is almost similar to the Sonata. The Sonata is ahead of the Accord in terms of standard features. Apart from great safety ratings, the Accord offers a long list of standard driver-assist features. 

2018 Honda Accord
Final Verdict

The 2018 Hyundai Sonata is an eye-catching, comfortable value sedan with a long warranty and a big trunk. For most midsize sedan buyers, that's really all you need. Now there are other cars in its class that are better to drive or more stylish but as an everyday all-rounder, the Sonata certainly stacks up pretty well against its competition. 

2018 Hyundai Sonata three-quarter view


vehicle bio
base price


body style

4dr Sedan

engine type

97 cu in

horse power

178 hp @ 5500 rpm


195 lb.-ft. @ 1500 rpm


7-Speed Automatic


191 in


110 in


73 in

curb weight

3247 lbs


58 in

Ground Clearance

5 lbs

passenger volume

106.1 cu ft

cargo volume

16.3 cu ft

passenger capacity

5 Seats

fuel economy

28/31/37 mpg

highway range

684.50 mi

basic warranty

5 yr./ 60000 mi.

Hyundai Sonata 5 year Cost To Own

Cash Price(MSRP)
5 Year Cost To Own
Total 5 year Cost To Own -  $37,207
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5total
Financing Interest$1,115$897$664$416$150$3,242
Taxes and Fees$2,026$197$186$176$165$2,750
Total Cost-To-Own$9,049$6,615$6,275$6,951$8,317$37,207
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