I am selling my black, 2006 Hyundai Sonata. I really love this car and it shows by its great maintenance. It looks like it was barely used. My absolute favorite thing about this car is how efficient it is on gas. Two hours on the road requires only a quarter, 1/4 of tank. I installed a touch screen car stereo. New tires, brake lights, and tail lights were all installed within the past 2 years. The trunk is so spacious, and the seats have a lot of leg room as you will see in the pictures. It has 108,500 mileage. The price is set and only those intending on paying full should message, text, or call me for more inquiries if needed 609-496-3334.
4-wheel ABS Brakes
Manufacturer's 0-60mph acceleration time (seconds): 7.2 s
Horsepower 162 @ 5800 RPM
Torque 164 @ 4250 RPM
Valves Per Cylinder 4
Total Number Valves 16
Fuel Capacity 17.7 gallons
Overall Length 188.9 inches
Height 58.0 inches
Tires / Wheel Size P215/60R16
EPA Trunk or Cargo 16.3 cu.ft.
Hyundai Sonata for Sale
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Hyundai is, understandably, "very confused by the fine and the different results."
The South Korean government is investigating Hyundai and Ssangyong, alleging that the two manufacturers overstated the fuel economy figures on some of their crossovers. But while the initial investigation is being carried out by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, a separate branch of government, the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy is supporting the manufacturers' estimates. See Americans, our government isn't the only dysfunctional one.
Hyundai hit a home run with its current-generation Sonata midsize sedan, so don't expect the Korean automaker to make revolutionary changes when its replacement comes out for the 2015 model year. The four-door sitting in showrooms today was launched in 2010 with radical new lines that marked a big departure from its rather bland predecessor. Even with stiff competition from the Honda Accord, Ford Fusion and Toyota Camry - all newer designs than the Sonata - sales have been strong. Consumers embraced its new design language, taking home a record 230,605 units last year.
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Sonota sales have been down over the last few months, but Krafcik says that is a reflection of the automaker's decision to increase production of its Elantra compact at the Montgomery, Alabama, plant - where both are built - and a limited supply of its mid-grade GLS Sonata model.
Hyundai grabbed our attention with its first-generation Genesis. Now, with this second-gen model, the company's job is to keep it. The 2015 Genesis, known internally as "DH," wisely follows in the footsteps of its predecessor, a model that showed the automaker's naked ambition, putting it on the map of not just bargain hunters, but the upwardly mobile, too.
The outgoing Genesis proved Hyundai was capable of producing a premium car of superior quality, complete with a plush interior, handsome looks and a relatively sporty driving demeanor, all for the sort of cut-rate price the brand built its reputation on. The first Genesis worked wonders for expanding Hyundai's allure, opening it up to all kinds of new car shoppers who previously wouldn't have given its other models a second glance.