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2014 Hyundai Sonata OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS
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I thought I'd never buy a sedan
I bought this car used with 18K miles on it. I liked the sleek, yet sporty look of the car and all the extra options that came with it. My Sonata was still under factory warranty, had tinted windows, heated seats, power seats, power windows and mirrors, back-up cam, Sirius radio, cruise control, Bluetooth connect/hands-free to my phones and had the chrome trim that I liked. The interior was provided a lot of storage options both in the doors, as well as containing a middle compartment with multiple layers (with USB ports), sun-glass storage on the roof, a large glove box and another storage option underneath the stereo with two more USB ports. It also came with two key fobs; that was nice. The complete interior provides plenty of leg and headroom, seating up to five people comfortably. If seating four, the two passengers in the back can enjoy a fold-down hand-rest that includes cup-holders for their drinks. There is virtually no road-noise while driving this car. The steering is responsive. My road time is always smooth, and the gas mileage that the vehicle was rated with has been spot on. The trunk is spacious and can holds tons of stuff. Trust me, we've actually filled it to the brim! I told myself I would never buy a mid-size sedan, but this car changed my mind 100%, and I am now a Sonata girl for life. We've had zero issues with this car and have reached 67,500 miles with only visiting the dealership for minor recall issues that were solved quickly and at no cost to us. They even extended our warranty!
This is an excellent vehicle.
It runs well, no mechanical problems and is great on gas. Although I do not know the trim type, it is nice and the vehicle looks good. The car rides very well and is comfortable on trips. My only problem is it is a bit low to the ground for me. This is due some medical problems I have and not a problem with the car. There is ample leg room, and the rear seat is comfortable for people in the back. The automatic shifting is smooth, and the pickup is quite good. I have not had any problems with keeping up with traffic, pulling up hills or blending into traffic. Although this is not specific to the car, the sales staff were friendly and nice. We have not had any service on the vehicle other than oil changes, so that is good news. The instrument panel is easy to see and read, and the night lighting for the instrument panel is also excellent. All controls are easy to reach, and everything works well. We are very pleased with the vehicle and plan to buy a Hyundai for our next vehicle.
A reliable sedan.
I don't have much bad to say about this car, although it's not a particularly exciting automobile. Aesthetically, it's fairly benign. No really positive or negative attributes about the appearance. This car does have good gas mileage, and in the four years or so that I've owned it, I don't think we've ever had to bring it in for repairs. It's a four-cylinder engine, so it's not very powerful, but I suspect most people in the market for a lower mid-line sedan aren't particularly worried about that. It doesn't have a whole lot in the way of bells and whistles, but the extras that are included function nicely. A few that come to mind are Bluetooth phone pairing and heated seats, even in the lower end models. The interior is spacious enough. Plenty of passenger side leg room. The back sear fits two car seats without feeling too cramped. The trunk is surprisingly large. I'm a musician, and this trunk was able to held a Vox AC15 amplifier (look it up for size specs), a guitar, and several bags of miscellaneous musical equipment.