2014 Hyundai Sonata Review and Test Drive

Posted by:repocarfind Posted on:Jan 26,2017

Hi I’m heather Tyson for repocarfinder,¬†and today we are driving the 2014 Hyundai Sonata. It’s basically a carryover model this year, with a slightly refreshed design it has been one, of the leaders in the mid size family sedan class for awhile and that class is only getting more competitive each year. Now we are driving the limited model with the technology package that runs about 30000. Under the hood we have a 2.4 liter 4 cylinder engine delivers 190 horsepower and 179 pound feet of torque. It is a core rate 4 cylinder feels like you’re driving a little V6. Sponsor performance and it feels great around town. What a coaster ride quality I do think there’s a little to be desired however they have added, a new feature called the drivers selectable steering mode which gives you the option of 3 different steering feels which is great because it allows you to kind of tailor the car to your individual driving style.

2014 Hyundai SonataThe limited model includes the new blind spot monitoring system, that gives you the leather seating with a total of 4 heated sitting positions. And the driver also now has a ventilated seat and it’s worth noting there are events and controls for the kind of control in the back of the car. Installed nice tail lights and Hyundai Sonata xenon headlights. That’s that package also includes this wonderful panoramic sunroof. Which is not something you often see in a family sedan. By the numbers the sonata is the best in class for overall passenger volume but those numbers don’t exactly translate, to best headroom in class or at best we’re like room feel tight back there especially for us taller people when it comes to cargo space it is the top the class with 16.4 cubic, feet of space so nice big deep wide trunk deathly can get your golf clubs in there there’s also a 6040 split folding rear seat.

So if occasionally you need room for more here you have it becomes a suitcase. Is it’s going to be a whopping 6 suitcases in our suitcase. There is so much more to say about the sonata and I think that’s a testament to Hyundai’s commitment to giving a lot for your money plus they have their famous warranty 10 years or 100000 miles which really backs up their product overall the Sonata may not be the most exciting vehicle to drive in the class. And it may be a little tight for adults in the back buds with all the features it offers standard plus the new options it is a great price point and definitely one worth looking at. So I would give the Hyundai Sonata solid 4.5 out of 5 stars thank you so much for watching I’m heather Tyson for car problems.


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