The 2018 Hyundai Sonata is here, and while the automaker’s mid-size family sedan hasn’t been completely redesigned there are a few aspects of its recent refresh that are definitely worth discussing. The Sonata has moved past its challenger status and now sells at or over 200,000 examples every year in the United States, although it’s starting to show the same battle scars as other sedans as a result of growing consumer interest in SUVs.
The Sonata might not have the cachet of rivals like the Toyota Camry or the Honda Accord, but it’s hard to argue that its not a solid a choice as either of those two models. I had the chance to spend an hour or so behind the wheel of the Sonata 2.0T a month or so prior to its U.S. debut, which confirmed that the updated car is just as worthy of a look as the vehicle it replaces.
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