Hyundai has published prices for the updated Sonata in the Hybrid versionMay 22, 2020
According to the official price list for the South Korean novelty 2020 model year, a Hyundai Sonata sedan with a plug-in hybrid engine costs $ 27,750
Introduced in February at the Chicago Auto Show, the South Korean Hyundai Sonata 2020 model year in hybrid performance has finally got its price. The starting price of the new item is $ 27,750, which makes it more expensive than the Honda Accord Hybrid for $ 25,620, but cheaper than the Toyota Camry Hybrid for $ 28,430.
The Sonata Hybrid has several “aces in the sleeve”, including a literally sleek design – the aerodynamic drag coefficient of the body is an impressive 0.24. It is also worth noting aerodynamically optimized alloy wheels, a rear spoiler and active air dampers, and the exclusive “solar roof” allows you to accumulate enough energy to overcome several kilometers of run per day. Hyundai says that with solar panels, you can travel up to 1,126 kilometers a year.
According to official figures, the consumption of the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid hybrid motor will be 7.84 liters in the city and 4.35 liters. on the highway, and in mixed mode, the engine will consume 4.52 liters.
It is worth noting that the competitor to the South Korean car – Camry Hybrid has a consumption of 4.61 / 4.44 / 4.52 liters, while the Accord Hybrid engine consumes 4.9 / 5 / 4.9 liters. Hyundai continues to mention that the hybrid Sonata can travel up to 1,110 km on a fully refueled tank.
Hyundai says the 2020 Sonata Hybrid will go on sale next month.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the Hyundai Santa Fe will acquire a salon in the style of the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class. The restyled Hyundai Santa Fe for China will have a differently designed front panel.
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