2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

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When Hyundai debuted the redesigned 2020 Sonata Hybrid on the 2020 Chicago Auto Present, we discovered it represented a big enchancment in gas financial system over the 2019 mannequin and that it was aggressive with its chief rivals, the 2020 Honda Accord Hybrid and Toyota Camry Hybrid. What we hadn’t discovered, nevertheless, was its value. Now we all know that, too, will probably be aggressive, with the least spendy Blue trim priced from $28,725 (costs embrace a $975 vacation spot payment).

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That value places it above the Honda Accord Hybrid’s $26,575 base value however beneath the Camry Hybrid’s steeper $29,385 value. Commonplace gear for the base-trim Sonata Hybrid Blue contains an Eight-inch infotainment show with commonplace Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 16-inch alloy wheels and superior security options like adaptive cruise management, lane preserve help, lane comply with help, ahead automated emergency braking and blind spot warning with collision avoidance.

Improve to the mid-level SEL trim — priced from $30,875 — upgrades the wheels to 17 inches and provides options like LED taillights, eight-way energy driver’s seat and four-way energy passenger seat, heated entrance seats, wi-fi system charging, two USB ports versus the Blue’s one, a Bose premium stereo system and Hyundai’s Digital Key expertise.

The best trim degree, the Sonata Hybrid Restricted, is priced from $36,275 and is costlier to start out than both highest trim of the Accord or Camry hybrids. Consumers will get the Sonata Hybrid’s photo voltaic roof panel, leather-based upholstery, heated steering wheel, colour head-up show and an upgraded 10.25-inch infotainment show. Further security options embrace entrance and rear parking sensors, Hyundai’s blind spot monitor digital camera system, a 360-degree digital camera system and Hyundai’s semi-autonomous Freeway Driving Help system.

Hyundai says the Sonata Hybrid will arrive in dealerships in June.

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