2024 Hyundai SONATA Hybrid

2024 Hyundai SONATA Hybrid – interior, exterior and drive / ALL-NEW Hyundai SONATA 2024 Hybrid

The Hyundai Sonata injects some attitude into the family-sedan sector, which we hope will wake up the others. Its mid-cycle revamp includes new front and back bumpers, headlights and taillights, as well as significant interior improvements. While the Sonata’s current powertrains remain unchanged, including a 191-hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder, a 180-hp turbocharged four, and a N Line model with a 290-hp turbo four, all-wheel drive is now available for cars with the 2.5-liter four. The 195-hp Sonata Hybrid, which has a high fuel economy rating, is also retained.

Hyundai updates the Sonata for 2024. The wacky daytime running lights that ran parallel to the hood have been replaced by, well, wacky daytime running lights that span the width of the front bumper. The rear bumper cover and taillights are also revised, but the most significant change occurs on the inside. Two 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreens are now mounted on a single curved display mount. The steering wheel is also different. The gear selector was relocated from the center console to a knob protruding from the steering column. On the mechanical front, all-wheel drive is now available, although only on vehicles equipped with the basic 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine.

Price in USD:
2024 Sonata SE $28,000 (est)
2024 Sonata SEL $29,000 (est)
2024 Sonata Blue hybrid $30,000 (est)
2024 Sonata SEL hybrid $32,000 (est)
2024 Sonata SEL Plus $33,000 (est)
2024 Sonata N Line $36,000 (est)
2024 Sonata Limited $37,000 (est)
2024 Sonata Limited hybrid $38,000 (est)

The SEL Plus variant not only has the most affordable turbo-four engine upgrade, but it also has larger wheels and better tires. We’d add the Tech package to our preferred Sonata as well. It has a 12-speaker Bose audio system, a 10.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a panoramic sunroof, and semi-autonomous drive mode.

The Sonata is offered with a broad range of powertrains, beginning with a 192-hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder and culminating with a 290-hp turbo four. While most variants are front-wheel drive, the basic 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine is available with all-wheel drive.

The Sonata offers a variety of fuel-efficient powertrains, with hybrid models having the highest estimations. The Blue hybrid is predicted to score up to 50 mpg in the city and 54 mpg on the highway, while the other hybrid Sonatas are expected to reach 45 and 51 mpg, respectively.

The inside of the Sonata receives a significant overhaul for 2024. For starters, the steering wheel, dashboard, infotainment, and driver-info displays have all been updated, as has the center console. The new Sonata makes a greater effort to enhance comfort by shifting the gear selector to the steering column, which allows for more storage and cupholder space than before. The central armrest, which houses numerous elbows, receives an extra palm rest, giving the driver more area to relax. The new materials extend over the dashboard and into the backseat, making the Sonata an even greater value than it was before.

Hyundai follows in the footsteps of BMW with a big display module on the dashboard that houses two 12.3-inch monitors for infotainment. The first is for the driver, while the second is a touchscreen for infotainment controls. Wireless Both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard features, as is wireless smartphone charging. A Bose stereo system with 12 speakers is available as an option.

Hyundai’s SmartSense suite of driver-assistance technologies, which includes automatic high-beam assist, adaptive cruise control, and a driver-attention alert that detects tired or distracted driving, comes standard. The Sonata can even pull into and out of a parking place as you stand outside waiting for it. However, that function is only available on the top-tier Limited trim. Visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites for more information on the Sonata’s crash-test performance. The following are important safety features:

– Forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking are standard features.
– Lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assistance are standard.
– Blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic warning are options.

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