Review: 2013 Hyundai Sonata Building Off the Best

The 2013 Hyundai Sonata isn’t a redesign or a rebuild of the 2012 model.

But when your model is such a gorgeous and¬†successful¬†vehicle, there isn’t a need to change.

With Hyundai’s fluidic¬†sculptured design, the 2013 Hyundai Sonata remains the most gorgeous sedan on the market.¬†¬†This year’s model adds a chrome grille, chrome door handles and larger alloy wheels to more trim levels.

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It comes in 8 exterior colors of “special¬†paint” ¬†Using opposing electrical charges, the advanced rotational-dip paint process pulls primer and paint onto every inch and corner of the Sonata‚Äôs chassis and body, sealing them away from the elements and the effects of salt, rust and corrosion. The result is one of the highest quality paint jobs in the industry.

Interior is also¬†gorgeous. It’s available in either gray or tan interior color, and the dash and the seats coordinate for the most stylish interior on the market.

Available features include push button ignition, power or panoramic sunroof, rear view camera, integrate Bluetooth, and extended seating capabilities.

The best feature is Hyundai’s Blue Link.¬†Blue Link¬†technology is designed to make your everyday life easier. Connect to Blue Link through your smartphone, a web application, or an in-car system to locate a gas station, find a shortcut, learn about mechanical issues, call for help and much more.

The Sonata also has some of the largest trunk space for a sedan with 16.4 cubic feet of trunk space. It’s also designed with a recessed hinge that keeps your luggage and golf clubs safe during your travel.

When you traveling in this stylish sedan, you’ll also stay away from the pump. The Sonata gets up to 34 mpg on the highway, so it fits nicely in America’s most fuel efficient lineup.

The Awards also set the Sonata apart from the competition:

The 2013 Sonata was the first midsize sedan to earn the IIHS Top Safety Pick under the new more stringent Federal Government crash testing.

The Sonata was named a Best Sedan under $25,000 by Kelly Blue Book. Kelly Blue Book also gave the Sonata its total cost of ownership award.

The Car Connection scores it 8.6 on 10 in its review.

U.S. News ranks Sonata as one of the Top 5 most Affordable Midsize Cars.

Consumer Reports calls it the Most Affordable Midsized Sedan

MSN says the Sonata gets “The Most Bang for Its Buck”

Overall with the style, fuel economy and awards the Sonata is no brainer for anyone in the midsized sedan market. Everything Hyundai touches turns to gold.

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