It was few years ago that Hyundai made some major innovations on its Sonata offering that took the industry of midsize sedans by storm. Two years later, the 2013 Hyundai Sonata still maintained its revolutionary changes with some minor upgrades. The 2013 Hyundai Sonata is still the preferred choice for many midsize car fans because of its high fuel efficiency, spacious cabin and contemporary design. The new Hyundai Sonata comes in with a four-cylinder and turbo four-engines that are fuel efficient and no longer offers manual transmissions and six-cylinder engine. The Sonata is packed with superb brakes and suspension allowing its users to drive smoothly even when the road doesn’t seem to be friendly.
Judging a book by its cover seems to be very applicable with the new Sonata’s exterior. From the cavernous sculpture meticulously embedded in its hood to the thorough chrome trim emphasizing the beltline, you can already tell what this car offers inside. Grille is finish perfectly to fit well with the car’s overall sophistication. The wheel and tire sizes of Sonata trims vary from 16-inch to 19-inch that may come as either steel wheels with plastic covers or split-spoke alloy wheels.
When it comes to boldness, the 2013 Hyundai Sonata clearly lives up to that. You can see how the interior features are delicately finished with its gallant shapes, smooth finish and dominated with a blue backlighting. Its Limited trim level offers a rear seat, a feature that is only offered as option by its competitors.
Notable standard features of Hyundai include the Blue Link infotainment and concierge service, iPod connection, Bluetooth and USB ports. Its safety features include airbags, electronic safety aides and headrests.
The new Hyundai Sonata model is available in GLS, SE and Limited trim levels.