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Hyundai Sonata Fun Facts
- The Hyundai Sonata was first sold in 1990.
- The Sonata was ranked “Most Dependable Midsize Car” in the J.D. Power and Associates 2013 Vehicle Dependability Study.
- The Hyundai Sonata was Consumer Reports’ Top Pick for affordable family sedan in 2012.
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The 2013 Hyundai Sonata has been named a 2013 Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, an independent nonprofit that researches and tests vehicle safety. New Sonatas also include automatic collision assistance with Assurance Connected Care, which is offered free for three years. The Sonata includes several other safety features that can help you save money on your car insurance. Hyundai Sonata safety features:
- Six airbags: driver and front passenger, front seat side-mounted, and front and rear curtain airbags
- Advanced braking system that includes anti-lock brakes, Brake Assist and Electronic Brake Force Distribution
- Electronic Stability Control
- Traction Control System that reduces wheel spin in inclement weather
Typical car insurance discounts include:
- Safe driver
- Good student
- Retired and/or 55+
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Established in 1967 by Chung Ju-Yung as the Hyundai Motor Company, the Hyundai Motor Group (which includes Kia) is now the world’s fifth-largest automaker. Hyundai released its first independently made vehicle, the Pony, in 1975, and now exports over one million sedans, SUVs, trucks and buses each year. The company opened its first American manufacturing facility in 2005 and now makes some of its most popular vehicles, including the Sonata, Santa Fe, and Elantra, in the U.S.
About the Hyundai Sonata
There are two models sold under this name, the Sonata and the Sonata Hybrid. The 2013 Hyundai Sonata is available in three styles: GLS, SE and Limited. The GLS comes with impressive standard features: a trip computer, Bluetooth, a six-speaker sound system with a CD player, satellite radio, an iPod/USB audio interface and an auxiliary audio jack. The SE and Limited offer all of these features and more.
While the Hyundai earns top ratings in safety, design and fuel economy from reviewers, it receives slightly less stellar marks for performance. “As far as driving dynamics are concerned, the 2013 Hyundai Sonata strikes a perfectly acceptable balance between comfort and confidence,” according to Edmunds.
Hyundai Sonata Environmental Impact
The Sonata carries a 35 mpg EPA highway rating and a city rating of 24 mpg for a blended fuel economy of 28 mpg. Although classified by the EPA as a large car, the Sonata outperforms many small cars in overall fuel economy.
The sleek 2013 Sonata Hybrid kicks the highway gas mileage up to 40 mpg. Hyundai touts its “next-generation lithium polymer battery technology,” which delivers the same power as a traditional battery with less weight and more efficiency. It also comes with a lifetime battery warranty.