Hyundai Sonata Sport | Driven: Car Review | The New York Times

The seventh generation of the popular Sonata features a strengthened structure and more sound insulation, as well as a noticeably sobered-up design.

Produced by: Tom Voelk/Driven

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Hyundai Sonata Sport | Driven: Car Review | The New York Times


Toyota4Life says:

One of those few cars where the older model looks better…. This looks so boring


Sonata…?….In effetti una persona deve essere proprio suonata per comprare questo aborto mobile.

Hugh Jass says:

The lower horsepower rating of the 2015 turbo is deceiving. It is actually quicker that the previous model. Peak power is moved to a lower rpm where you will typically drive the car. I prefer the new body style. We drove the 2015 3.8 Genesis, Azera, and Sonata 2.0t limited. We also drove the Camry and Accord. Will likely buy the Sonata due to excellent price compared to comparably equipped cars in its class and the 100k warranty, not that we will need it. Our 09′ Sonata now has 136k and the only warranty item was a sun visor that would flip down when the road was bumpy. I just replaced the original battery. The only other work the car has had is regular maintenance and tires. Still on original brakes and struts! I quit changing oil at 3k because it always looked like new. Now changing at 5-6k with no noticeable oil usage. The only thing slowing me from buying a new one is the fact that our 09′ shows no sign of giving up.

괭이 종합 채널 says:

한국이 자랑스럽다!

Hjalmar Nyman says:

We want the girl hey this guy outta here

Ali Darwich 133? says:

I like when he says it’s really roomy
But the seat infront of him is pushed forward while the other front seat is back in a normal position

Salesman alright

Francisco Hernandez says:

Pete Carroll, is that you?

Kenneth Eng says:

No. Tom is awesome.

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