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About The HYUNDAI SONATA
The first Hyundai Sonata debuted in 1985 and was designed specifically for the Korean domestic market. However, after the Hyundai Excel achieved substantial praise from the North American market, the Hyundai Sonata was introduced to Canada in 1987. In 1988 the United States saw its first Hyundai Sonata.
Although the Hyundai Sonata was designed by Hyundai, the model utilized Mitsubishi’s engineering including the Galant platform and Sirius engine. Two Hyundai Sonata models were introduced to the United States market, the Honda Sonata GL with a 2.0 and 2.4 engine, and the Honda Sonata GLS with a 3.0 engine. A V6 engine option was added to the Hyundai Sonata in 1995. The Hyundai Sonata was introduced to the UK in 1993, although it was only available as a four-door compact sedan. Two Hyundai Sonata models were offered. The Hyundai Sonata CDX model came standard with leather interior, heated mirrors, air conditioning, a security alarm, and an all electrical system among other standard options. A second model of the Hyundai Sonata included the above options in addition to a V6 engine, a CD changer, climate control, traction control and satellite navigation. In the United States, standard features for the Hyundai Sonata include anti-lock braking, electronic stability control and six airbags.
Over the next several years, the Hyundai Sonata underwent several changes in regards to the engine. In addition, in 1999, the Hyundai Sonata included a 10-year/100,000 mile power train warranty, which was first introduced to the automobile industry by Hyundai.
In 2008, the Hyundai Sonata included a major redesign of the interior to keep up with the technological advancements for the time. In the United States, the Hyundai Sonata Limited model included navigation system, satellite radio and Bluetooth capabilities, as well as a USB port and auxiliary jack. The Hyundai Sonata is one of only two cars to be classified as a large sedan by the United States Environmental Agency, with the other being the Honda Accord.
A Hyundai Sonata Hybrid option was introduced in 2011. The Honda Sonata Hybrid infused a 2.4-L engine with a 6-speed automatic transmission, with an electric motor and lithium polymer batteries. The Hyundai Sonata Hybrid achieves a reported 37 mpg in the city and 39 mpg on the highway.
The Hyundai Sonata is currently in its tenth generation of production. Various models of the Hyundai Sonata with numerous options are offered throughout the world to meet the needs of each nation’s consumers. The Hyundai Sonata has continuously been ranked as a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, and has repeatedly received a 5-star rating in almost all areas from the NHTSA. The Hyundai Sonata is known for its above average standard options, its high fuel mileage, and most of all its affordability.