The 2020 Hyundai Sonata is one of those mid-size sedan model series that steps out of its segment because of its strong and unique character. Many say that it is with this refreshed status of Sonata, that Hyundai could make a strong comeback in the segment of compact sedans.
The credit for this should solely go to the Hyundai designers who showed proved their mettle in cutting out an anodyne shape for this sedan models. This change alone was enough to make this model series for making a good sales this year, but Hyundai didn’t stop there. The 2020 lineup of Sonata has not got a racier spin that accelerated its desirability, that gets reflected in its sales record.
The Final 2020 Lineup Structure
We got to know from a reliable source associated with the Inland Empire Hyundai dealership, that Hyundai declared the 2020 year lineup of Sonata in the flavors of SE, SEL, SEL Plus, and Limited trims that will have the same ascending order of price translated into levels of comfort and convenience.
Style Met with Performance
If you think that a sedan like Sonata mostly will have only cosmetic values, the 2020 year models of it will prove you wrong. The newly designed Sonata models for the year 2020 are revolutionary not only from outside, but also from inside, and even under the hood.
The new form of the 2020 Hyundai Sonata is bold and dramatic from every angle. Upfront it looks different from other sedans with a remarkably low lying nose that is prominently punctuated by a sophisticated grille that looks exceptionally wider for the horizontal lines that bridge between the pairs of headlights and daytime running lights. The overall structure looks graceful by sitting on the 18 inch tires, while a chrome strip used as a finishing line draws an outline around the LEDs and the hood. And the result is a long lasting effect on the buyer’s and onlookers minds.
But as said, no 2020 Sonata is an empty vessel beautifully crafted. It has its real worth hidden both inside the cabins and under the hoods.
Even the base models are powered by a 1.6-liter turbo-4 engine that is known for making 180 horsepower which is enough for a compact sedan to perform its duties. But for those who love to drive with more power and verve, Hyundai offers them an optional 2.5-liter inline-4 engine that can push the horsepower to 191 hp. As for transmission, Hyundai leaves no other option but to pair both the engines only to an 8-speed automatic one that can carry the power only to the front wheels only.
The expert mechanics serving at different showrooms of the Inland Empire Hyundai dealerships confirmed that for this year the Sonata series are given a new platform to ride upon. The structure is made using high-strength steel to make the body much more stiffer, while a four-wheel independent suspension is on the cards to pair the already existing MacPherson struts at the front. A rear multi-link dual-flow shocks along with a pair of adaptive dampers are seen in the sportier top trims, that soaks up all the road impurities to allow the Sonata glide on every road surface.