2015 Hyundai Sonata Configurator Goes Live

By | June 09, 2014
Hyundai has launched a configurator for the all-new 2015 Sonata, which is now on its way to dealerships. Buyers can search current inventories or build their own Sonata by selecting trim levels, colors, and optional packages. The Sonata starts at $21,150 for the base model, a $300 price drop from the previous 2014 version. Other models include the Sport ($23,175), Limited ($26,525), and the top Sport 2.0T ($28,575). The 2015 Hyundai Sonata returns with a subdued look, but buyers can expect a more refined interior and updated technology. The Sonata comes standard with a 245-horsepower four-cylinder engine, remote keyless entry, Bluetooth, and LED Daytime Running Lights. Other features include an 8-inch screen with Apple CarPlay, next-generation BlueLink infotainment, Siri Eyes Free capability, auto-opening trunk, heated seats, adaptive cruise control, and a powerful and efficient turbocharged engine. With so many midsize sedans on the market, we never really considered the Sonata as our top choice. But we think now it has a shot thanks to its updated drive feel, new engine, and loads of new features and interior upgrades. We just wished it retained some original design elements from its striking predecessor. Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available. Source: Hyundai
 
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jarred1204
jarred1204

I'll wait to see it in person before I pass judgement, but Hyundai continues to be the value leader. If the driving dynamics are improved, as I expect them to be given the improved dynamics of the Genesis, Hyundai will have another winner.

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