The refreshed Hyundai Sonata Active gets a tweaked look and a much better cabin design and fit-out. It remains an uber-competent and comfortable big sedan lacking few attributes but charm.Read the full review
|LIST PRICE||From $30,990|
See the full article here. More often than not, when a car company does a facelift of an existing model, it does its very best to get away with calling the revision an ‘all-new’ car, but that’s not the case with the updated Hyundai Sonata, even if the 2018 model sees major design and mechanical changes...
The smartly facelifted 2018 Hyundai Sonata is gearing up for its Australian release later this year with a host of mechanical, cosmetic and interior changes that will see a revitalisation of the Toyota Camry rival in the medium can segment. The Sonata Series II, which will be the model year 2018 (MY18), is scheduled to land in Australian dealerships in the third quarter of this year, with Hyundai Australia still working out the model range and pricing...
http://www.caradvice.com.au/336166/?yt_desc - Read the article here. The new Hyundai Sonata benefits from the company's Fluidic Design 2.0 and is a genuinely attractive sedan. With three time grades and two petrol engines to choose from - the pick a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder - it's also a tremendous value proposition as well.
Tony Crawford takes a look at Apple's new in-car technology CarPlay, integrated in the Hyundai Sonata. CarPlay seeks to bring all the convenience of your smartphone to the dashboard, while minimising the distraction.
Tony Crawford takes a look at the all-new Hyundai Sonata. A return of the nameplate to Australia, the new Sonata succeeds the i45 with updated styling and improved cabin presentation and quality.