The 2021 Hyundai Sonata is not just another mid-size sedan. Although the competition around it is fierce and rooted in decades of development and success, the Hyundai Sonata remains strong like a sleeper hit in a crowded market. There are many other cars that look just like the Sonata, but this is one Sedan that is doing what it can to set itself apart.
The first sign of the Sonata’s unique personality comes from the inlaid body lines on the hood that trace from the corners of the front windows to the inside points of the headlights. The grille is large and pronounced, accentuating the brand logo. Creative body lines also run across the doors to the back of the vehicle, but the most significant attributes of this car are best expressed in the table below as specifications and available features.
Entertainment, Comfort, and Convenience
Safety and Security Features
|1.6L 4-Cylinder Turbo Engine or 2.5L 4-Cylinder Engine||Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay® Connectivity||Surround View Monitor|
|180 Horsepower (Turbo) or 190 Horsepower||10.25-Inch Touch-Screen Display||Driver Attention Warning|
|195 lb-ft of Torque (Turbo) or 181 lb-ft of Torque||Interior Ambient Lighting||9 Airbags including Driver-Side Knee Airbag|
|8-Speed Automatic Transmission||Ventilated Front Seats||Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist|
So many of the features from the above table are available on the Hyundai Sonata that it’s hard to believe the model can get any better, but it can. The Ultimate trim tops the list with a 12.3-Inch full digital display instrument cluster, a wireless device charging pad, and much more. The lowest trim is the Preferred, which still gets forward collision-avoidance assist, LED headlights, and more. Finding the right trim for you is best done by visiting Leduc Hyundai in person and seeing each one for yourself.