The 2020 Hyundai Sonata is a near-perfect midsize sedan. It has excellent road manners and tech features you won’t find in any other car in this price range. However, while the stuff on the dashboard is impressive, the stuff under the hood isn’t. The engines available at launch are merely adequate.
Timed to go on sale in June, the 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid will be offered in Blue, SEL, and Limited trims. Our test car was the top Limited model, which gets all of the headline tech features, including a digital instrument cluster, Digital Key smartphone control, and a solar roof that can help recharge the battery pack. Hyundai hasn’t released pricing yet, but expect the hybrid model to carry a premium over the standard Sonata, which is priced between roughly $24,000 and $34,000.
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