2019 Hyundai Sonata Review and Price

Clear exterior lines give the Hyundai Sonata a sporty look. The cascading grille supports the sedan style. The led lights are located on the upper bars. Although the 2019 Hyundai Sonata is not a high-performance car, it looks like an exciting sports sedan. Dual exhaust tips and a sporty front bumper give the Sonata a fun vibe.

While the basic four-cylinder engine may not produce tremendous power, it provides smooth operation. This 202-horsepower engine is perfect for everyday life in the city. You will love how easy the eight-speed automatic transmission is.

All versions of the Hyundai Sonata 2019 are protected by one of the industry’s best warranty packages. The Sonata transmission is 160,000 km long, while Honda and Toyota only provide a 96,000 km transmission warranty. Buyers of the Sonata will also receive a limited warranty for 96,000 km.

The Sonata occupies a high position as a family car. The spacious rear seats and wide-opening doors make it easy for everyone to sit down. There’s not much noise inside the cab. Thanks to the good comfort of the Sonata on the highway, it is a great car for traveling. Rear USB ports allow passengers to charge their phones.

You can enjoy Hyundai’s well-executed Blue Link infotainment system. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto allow you to access mobile apps via the touch screen interface. Voice control works well, you can easily give commands while on the road. While most people will be satisfied with a standard 7.0-inch display, you can switch to a larger screen.

Unlike most other cars in this class, the 2019 Hyundai Sonata offers a smart trunk that can be opened without using your hands. When returning to your car from the grocery store with a bunch of bags, just stand near the trunk. It opens automatically without the need for a key.

The 2019 Hyundai Sonata is designed with a front-wheel drive system. While this car is a good choice for most of the country, it may not be the best option for drivers living in snow-covered regions. The all-wheel drive system will make the Sonata a better choice for harsh winter weather.

The sports model only looks fast.

Many drivers will love the smooth profile of the Sonata. In fact, there are no operational advantages of the Sport trim. Hyundai more lets you get a sporty finish with its first-class engine. In addition, the Sonata Sport out from a more rigid suspension system.

Productivity lags behind the competition.

The 2.0-liter turbocharged Sonata engine gives the sedan an exciting character. However, this car is not as fast as a Honda Accord or Toyota Camry with a V6. Sonata 2.0 acceleration from 0 to 100 km takes 7.4 seconds. This is slightly slower than the cheaper Hyundai Elantra Sport. In addition, you cannot equip the Sonata with a manual transmission.

The Hyundai Sonata 2019 may please you. Buyers will especially appreciate the sedan’s excellent warranty. Families will also be grateful for excellent collision protection. Dead center detection is now included as a standard feature.

EPA Classification Mid-Size Cars
Engine Gas/Electric I-4 2.0L/122 cu in
Transmission Automatic w/OD
Drive Train Front Wheel Drive
Seating 5
Horsepower 202
Battery Range 28 mi

Starting MSRP $33,400.00

Destination Charge $955.00

Dealer Suggested Retail $34,730.00

7 Total Score
2019 Hyundai Sonata

The Hyundai Sonata 2019 may please you. Buyers will especially appreciate the sedan's excellent warranty.

PROS
  • Sporty look.
  • Family car.
CONS
  • Low productivity.

  1. Love this car. Had one in 2000 but had kids so I got an suv, kids are gone and I’m back to the Sonata. Will never drive anything else.

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