Fast Cars: 2018 Hyundai Sonata Upgrade is More Than Meets the Eye

Fast Cars: 2018 Hyundai Sonata Upgrade is More Than Meets the Eye

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37 Replies to “Fast Cars: 2018 Hyundai Sonata Upgrade is More Than Meets the Eye”

  1. Heres where Hyundai excels: Warranty, value, and price. With rebates and dealer discounts you can pick up any version of the Sonata for 6 to 8k off of sticker price. The Toyotas and Hondas just dont budge on on making a great deal. The quality of the Toyotas and Hondas is no better than the Hyundais. They are all built in the US.

  2. When is Hyundai/Infinity coming out with an update for the flawed radio in the 2018 Hyundai Sonata Limited 2.0T? The treble control doesn't work for the radio, not just in my car, but in ALL 2018 Sonata Limited 2.0Ts! The slider moves from -10 to +10, but there is no change in the high frequency sound, like there should be! The bass and midrange controls work fine, even though I would prefer the midrange center frequency to be higher, say 3kHz, it is too low in frequency now to do any good! I can't believe they haven't changed the midrange center frequency since the 2012… I had one of them, till it was rear ended by an 18 year-old girl, and they still kept the same center frequency for the midrange! The midrange frequency should alter basically the voice frequencies! However, my main issue is with the treble control not working at all! Infinity where is your quality control? Do you try out your products before you release them? Come on, get me an update so my radio will sound like it should! I'll bet there is no issue with treble control for the radio in the 2018 HONDA ACCORD!
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  3. yeah, but Hyundai is selling the 2.0 touring for now $26K when camry xse v6 is selling for $36K also accord 2.0T is discounted to $33K so for the $$ Hyundai rocks with better warranty.. If I am going to spend $36K on camry, Ill buy the Kia Stinger GT for $39K

  4. Just returned from a trip, Long Island, NY to Hilton Head Island and Daytona Beach, Florida. Averaged 37.7 MPG on the trip. Best mileage was 39.42 MPG on one tankful which included a horrendous 40 minute traffic jam on I-95 in South Carolina. I paid $21K for my 2016 ECO in April of 2016. Best part? This ECO is a freak with performance. Hyundai seriously under rated the 178! Horsepower of this car. It will light up the factory Michelins off the line and the 7 speed dual clutch auto trans really shifts quickly. Question for Hyundai…the 2018 Hyundai Elantra Sport 1.6 liter is rated at 205 horsepower and the same torque( 192 pounds) as the 2015 and 2016 Sonata ECO models. The Elantra is 200 pounds lighter than the Sonata, yet in every road test of the 2015 and the 2016 Sonata ECO's. the ECO's times are faster 0 to 60 and in the quarter mile than the Elantra Sport's numbers in its road tests. A lighter 200 pound lighter car with an extra 25 horsepower is slower than the bigger car with lesser horsepower???? How's that work? Grab a 2016 ECO! Hyundai seriously under rated its horsepower. By the way, the ECO blows away the Hyundai 2.0 245 horsepower turbo in all acceleration tests as well. I feel bad for the guy who laid out $6000 more for the 2.0 Turbo!!! And, the ECO will get over 40 MPG highway if you stay under 65 MPH…guaranteed!

  5. Not liking that new front end at all. Reminds me of the older Sonata Hybrid, which was butt ugly. New taillights looks like they were taken off an Elantra.

  6. dont think the car is flawless,………….. remember the road noise,,, if your in your car alot, you will hear it,, i uber,, and in 5 weeks my not so bad car is now a road noise problem, in some instances you think a window is open it gets so bad,

  7. Hyundai and Kia have the worst front fascia designs. I hate their signature grills, and their fog light housings are always like something out of a cheesy Transformers movie.

  8. I owned a 2011 Sonata. Loved it right up to the day the engine exploded with 100,100 miles on it. Up to that point, there was the nagging problem with brake safety switch, that cost me 6 tows, and doing without the car on 6 occasions for what admittedly was a very cheap part. It handled well, was comfortable with the best bucket seats in the world but the way I was handled by Hyundai was despicable. And to find out after the fact that I was not alone. There were hundreds of complaints about the same thing. Well, I put a new motor in it. $8000 out the door. I am still making payments on an engine that I no longer own. I drove it for 3 months and the motor started making odd noises, and that was all she wrote. Dumped it with 3000 miles on the new motor. Nope, my Hyundai days are over.

  9. Still too much cheap looking chrome. Particularly that piece along the side of the hood. I wish more manufacturers allowed you to hide those gaudy screens like Audi does…love my S3.

  10. It looks too much like the Elantra! Power is medicore. Other cars in the class with the same horsepower will out accelerate it.

    Interior looks almost untouched.

    I'm sure it is a great car though

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