Review: 2016 Hyundai Sonata

The 2016 Hyundai Sonata arrives in Massillon, Ohio as the class-leader in cargo space, technology and affordability. Plus it has that top-notch styling and even more Smartphone capabilities in this year's model. 
Android Auto
The highlight of the new 2016 Hyundai Sonata is the brand-new Android Auto System that turns your car into a Smartphone on wheels. You'll connect your phone into the car and get full, hands-free access to your Android phone. Android auto enables your phone's Google Maps, Google Play, and apps like Spotify, Skype, iHeartRadio, Tune-In Radio, Stitcher and more on a 7-inch touch screen display. 
For enhanced safety, Android Auto lets you make hands-free phone calls and text messages without taking your hands off the wheel. Simply tell the phone "call Mom," or "tell my wife I'll be late," and it will do the heavy lifting. 
The Sonata is one of a select few 2016 models across the industry to offer this new Android Auto system. 
Best in Class
The Sonata's trophy case is overfilled with Best Class Awards when compared to the competition. Inside the Sonata offers 122.4 cubic feet of interior volume, which means everyone will have a more comfortable ride. In fact, the Sonata's interior volume tops that of the Camry, Altima and Accord. 
The Sonata also carries the title of "Most Affordable Midsized Sedan," by This is the most competitive segment in the industry, and says that the Sonata's 38-MPG; $23,000 MSRP and high resale value means the Sonata is gentle on your wallet. 
The Sonata is the only vehicle in its class to offer a hands-free smart trunk. You know how your hands are always full of groceries, kids, animals, work supplies and more? The Sonata is the first midsized sedan that lets you open the trunk without using your hands. Simply stand behind the trunk with the key in your pocket, and it's easier than ever to store your goodies. The Altima, Camry and Accord do not offer this feature. 
The Sonata is an IIHS Top Safety Pick and received a five-star overall crash safety rating from the government's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This year's model offers automatic emergency braking for the first time. Using cameras and radar technology, the Sonata senses if a crash is imminent and deploys an automatic emergency braking system. The Sonata also offers optional Blind Spot Detection with rear-cross traffic alert and lane change assist. Also using radar, the Sonata will serve as an extra set of eyes to alert you of any vehicles you cannot see in your blind spot. 
The Sonata also offers a lane departure warning system to alert you when you've swayed out of your lane without using the turn signals. The Sonata also offers a standard backup camera, tire pressure monitoring system and a driver's knee airbag to keep you safe and secure behind the wheel. 
Luxury for less
The Sonata looks like a high-end luxury model with those LED headlights, big front grille and sharp creases. When you pull in to the driveway in your all-new Sonata, the neighbors will think you've received a big raise. (We will let this be your little secret!)
The Sonata offers more luxury options than any vehicle in its class, including a dual panoramic sunroof, heated and cooled leather seats, heated steering wheel and improved alloy wheels and wood grain interior appearance for this year's model. Get a Sonata in 8 exterior color choices. 
The Right Price
At Waikem Hyundai we offer Northeast Ohio's Best Price on a new 2016 Hyundai Sonata. With Waikem Discounts, Factory Rebates and other incentives, we will beat the competition's price. Contact us for a custom price quote now!

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