The Hyundai Sonata is a mid-size car developed and sold by South Korean automobile manufacturer Hyundai. First unveiled in 1985, the Sonata reached American shores in 1988 and has gone through six different generations since. The very first generation was a limited run based off of an older Hyundai model, the Stellar, and received mainly negative reviews from consumers. The second generation – the first available in the United States – is often considered the first true Sonata as the first generation was basically just a repackaged Stellar in the first place. Today the Sonata is a popular car for Hyundai and is sold worldwide. You can learn more about it via this helpful website.
The newest Sonata on the market is the 2015 model, which marks the debut of the seventh generation of the car. It is sold in four different trim levels, starting with the SE, which comes with an MSRP of $21,150 and features a 185-hp DOHC 2.4L 4-cylinder engine capable of 37 hwy MPG, 16″ alloy wheels, 60/40 dual-split rear seats, chrome-accent window tint and an AM/FM/CD/MP3 player. The next up is the Sport, coming in at $23,175 and features the same engine as the SE as well as 17″ alloy wheels, a sport appearance, a five-inch color touchscreen and chrome interior door handles. The Limited also features the same engine and 17″ wheels, but also features leather seating surfaces, heated front and rear seats, dual automatic temperature control and a Dimension-powered premium sound system. The highest trim level, the Sport 2.0T, features a more powerful 245-hp 2.0L twin-turbo engine, a sport-tuned suspension, 18″ alloy wheels, a sport shift knob, paddle shifters, aluminum pedals and a sport instrument cluster.
The Hyundai Sonata may be a mid-size car but it ships just the same as any other type of car, mainly because that’s exactly what it is. You won’t see any oversize vehicle weight fees or anything like that; it’s a standard car, and almost all standard cars are priced the same. Your prices will depend mainly on where you are shipping your vehicle from and to, as the distance between and the locations of your pickup and delivery cities play a major role come transport time. They determine your price, your route and how long it will take, so make sure to pay attention to that more than what you’re shipping – a Sonata isn’t any different from a Ford Focus for an auto shipper, but shipping cross-country as opposed to across a state will.
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