Building a mid-size sedan means setting your model up for some major competition. People may not drive mid-size sedans as often as they used to, but the models that are still around are running strong. A contender that occasionally slips under the radar for some is the Hyundai Sonata.
Although the Sonata name has been around for 35 years now, the 2021 Sonata is part of a new generation for the sedan that began in 2020. Its newness is obvious inside and out. With a prominent contrast line tracing from the corner of each headlight up to the front of each front window and a stylized hexagonal grille, the exterior is fresh and well laid out. On the inside, it becomes clear that the ace up the model’s sleeves is based in technology. As a Sonata is a piece of music that is played without singing, the various technological instruments constitute a veritable orchestra of comfort, entertainment, safety, and much more. Review some of these available feature highlights and specifications in the table below.
|2.5L 4-Cylinder Engine or 1.6L 4-Cylinder Turbo Engine||10.25-Inch Color touchscreen||Standard Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist|
|191 Horsepower (2.5L) or 180 Horsepower (1.6L Turbo) ||Projected Head-Up Display||Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist|
|181 lb-ft of Torque (2.5L) or 195 lb-ft of Torque (1.6L Turbo) ||Android Auto™ and Apple carPlay® Compatibility||Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist-Reverse|
|8-Speed Automatic Transmission||Bose® Premium Sound System with 12 Speakers||Blind View Monitor|
The 2021 Hyundai Sonata is an ideal mid-size sedan for those who have a deep hunger for technology. The exterior and interior design and layout are hard to criticize as well, making the sedan shape look interesting despite its boring past. The turbocharged engine comes on every trim level after the preferred, making it rather affordable as a turbo. The enhanced engine makes for a fun drive that becomes a full experience when elevated by the available Bose® sound system.