Wed, Feb 13, 2013
Road Test: 2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid & Turbo
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Can you? believe it? Its already 2013!!!
IMPRESSIVE MPG on the turbo? wow!
You? like Audi front? end? EWWWW!
You like Audi front end? EWWWW!?
the????? cars?? that??? are?? related? to??? the?? 2011-present? Hyundai Sonata/ Hyundai i45 is the
2010-present Kia Optima/ Kia K5 (South Korea,? China, Indonesia)/
Kia Optima K5 (Malaysia)
2012-present Hyundai i40
around 8 seconds?
This is easily the best? auto reviewer out there.
it makes me wonder why the European version of this? car has totally different engines.
on the hybrid they should of? kept the front/whole car the same and whats with the colors
the 2011-present Hyundai? Sonata is assembled in
South Korea: Asan
United States: Montgomery, Alabama
There was a Sonata 2.0 Turbo (brand new) at our local drag strip friday night that was beaten by a Camry? 2.5 LE.
That Turbo? Sonata is Bad Ass!
Hybrid : Ew, those wheels. And the front end looks like a cat fish.
2.0T : Looks excellent! The interior? is great!
I cannot even begin to think 30 k for a Kia/Hyundai I thought they were still in the >10k ball game. What is the world coming to? For 30k? you can get a low miles Mercedes Benz or a New Subaru or Toyota or Honda That have proven themselves. Well thank you for that Eye Opener!
Build one on Kia website, check out a loaded model at a dealership or autoshow & it will easily reach that… May be a decent car but both Hyundai & Kia still need a few more years to prove themselves & earn true respect in the industry. ?
30K for a KIA WTF!?
yeah the graphics are “1995″ but it hasn’t stopped motorweek since 1981 of being one of the few longest running auto news shows out there, and going into their 29th season. The only thing I couldn’t stand was they kept moving the show into different time slots on PBS. But it has? a steady home time slot on HD theatre on cable.
looks good…but i would prefer a ford fusion over this.?
I’m not soo much of a Korean car? company fan, but damn! I have have to give kudos to the designers. They’re really stepping up!
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