My family and I drove a 1993 Toyota Camry for 22 years. It had 262000 miles. It finally gave up the ghost, and we had to purchase another car. We decided on the Hyundai Sonata. I was somewhat taken back that a car not nearly as expensive as a Camry of equal age and millage would be of the quality that the Sonata is. The ride is quiet. Gas millage is much better than the Camry. The extras available in the Sonata we purchased are above any other model we looked at. When we got the first oil change the mechanic even commented on how easy the oil was to change. Most of all I no longer worry that my wife and son may be stuck on the road somewhere because of our tranportation
Feels great, has many features my favorite of which being Sport mode (along with Eco and Normal) and has more room and comfortability than most cars in its class. This particular car though was sold to me with brakes that needed replacing within only 3-4 months (which were also warped with metal on metal), a right mirror issue, two unusable 120V ports, and a patched cigarette burn in the driver seat. Most of those issues don�t bother me much since the price was fair considering those cons except the brakes which I just fixed. Other than that, this model itself is solid and I like it a lot especially since I�m tall and needed the room and fuel economy since I drive some distance every weeekend. I would recommend this sedan to anyone!
These cars are fast and get great gas mileage. They handle pretty well at higher speeds, I do a lot of interstate driving for my work commute, 30 miles one way, I drive 80 mph for most of the trip but I am a guy so I had to know how fast it would go. This car tops at about 133 and after 120 it takes a little while to wind out top gear, definitely more than any normal person needs. I grew up driving high powered vehicles and this will satisfy most people's need for speed. I get mixed data of 198-200 hp. Which is plenty for me. My friend has the 2.0 T and it rates 274 hp. and will hit over 150 mph. The ride is more like a sports car on the interior, passengers say the seat is too low and not enough adjustment, although plenty of leg room.