Hyundai Sonata vs. the Competition

Hyundai Sonata

The Hyundai Sonata Takes You Further for Less Than the Competition

The Hyundai Sonata lives up to its name, driving on the road as smoothly as a piece of music reaches our ears. From power and fuel efficiency, to passenger and cargo space, the Sonata delivers the driving experience that impresses drivers in Cleveland. And it's available now at Rick Case Hyundai Cleveland.

How does the Sonata compare to the competition in Parma, Mentor, Cleveland Heights, and Shaker Heights? Find out all the ways it'll serve you better than the Toyota Camry or Nissan Altima.

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Hyundai Sonata vs. Toyota Camry

  • The Sonata is over $1,000 more affordable than the Toyota Camry, starting at $21,950, compared to the Camry's starting price of $23,070.
  • Let's add some more savings: the Sonata is more fuel efficient than the Camry, getting 36 mpg highway and 25 mpg city. The Camry's rated at 33 mpg highway and 24 mpg city, which are both short of the Sonata.
  • How about engine power? Another check mark in favor of the Sonata. The Sonata comes with more standard horsepower and torque than the Camry, pumping out 185 standard horsepower and 178 pound-feet of standard torque. That's more than the 178 standard horsepower and 170 pound-feet of standard torque that the Camry offers.
  • Step up to the available turbo GDI engine in the Sonata, and it still gives you more torque than the Camry's comparable engine.
  • You like space, right? The Sonata offers more total passenger volume, and front head, leg, and hip room than the Camry.
  • The Sonata not only offers more passenger space but cargo as well, with a 16.3 cubic foot trunk. The Camry only has 15.4 cubic feet of trunk space.

Hyundai Sonata vs. Nissan Altima

  • The Sonata starts at $21,950. Compared to the Nissan Altima's starting price of $22,500, the Sonata gives you over $500 of savings.
  • The 2.4-liter GDI engine in the Sonata provides you with 185 standard horsepower and 178 pound-feet of standard torque. Compare that to the 179 standard horsepower and 177 pound-feet of standard torque in the Altima, and you can see that the Sonata outperforms.
  • If you opt for the turbo GDI engine under the hood of the Sonata, you still get more torque than the comparable Altima model.
  • We all like comfortable rides, and the Sonata wins there. The Sonata comes with more passenger volume, and more head, shoulder, and hip room no matter where you sit in the vehicle. Plus, there's more leg room in the front seat than the Altima.
  • Get ready to fit more cargo into your Sonata as well. The Sonata has trunk with 16.3 cubic feet of space, which is almost a cubic foot more than the Altima's 15.4 cubic feet of trunk space.

Test drive the new Hyundai Sonata today at Rick Case Hyundai Cleveland!

 





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