For Hyundai Sonata, It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

2018 is fast upon us, and as we wish well our traveling days gone by, we remember them fondly, to be sure. But though auld acquaintances may be forgot, it means room for new experiences. For those of us in search of a new seasoned traveler with which to share them, that means the prospects for a new Hyundai vehicle to ring in a new year, and yours abound from behind the wheel of the new Hyundai Sonata.

You'll find no shortage of safety features to keep you and yours snug and secure over the river and through the woods. Hyundai Sonata showcases Blind Spot Detection, Rear Cross-traffic Alert, and Lane Change Assist standard, unlike models like Honda Accord, which offers only its Honda LaneWatch passenger-side detection in higher trims, or Toyota Camry, whose Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert features are optional. Of course, this isn't to mention Sonata's reception of a 2017 TOP SAFETY PICK+ rating from the IIHS when equipped with automatic emergency braking and dynamic bending lights, or of a 2017 NHTSA five-star overall safety rating for crash testing.

Hyundai Sonata even offers the capacious interior to keep everyone comfortable for the duration. Ample front- and second-row headroom, front leg room, and second-row hip room comprise a whopping three additional cubic feet of passenger capacity on Honda Accord, with similar gains made on Toyota Camry. Ditto for the ability to take on plenty of cargo destined for Grandma's House. Models like Honda Accord offer a mere 15.5 to 15.8 cubic feet of space compared to the new Sonata, which offers a generous 16.3 cubic feet.

But the Hyundai Sonata drive's not without the entertainment and connectivity amenities. A 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system presents standard, with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay to accommodate a smartphone, and it can become an optional 8-inch variant in upper trims complete with built-in navigation perfect for having to stop by woods on a snowy evening. The Honda Accord offering is a comparable 7 inches, but it's only in standard in the mid-range and later, and Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation is only available at the top of the line. Moreover, in models like Toyota Camry, neither Apple CarPlay nor Android Auto is available.

To top it all off for the season, in Hyundai Sonata, you can look forward to one of the most comprehensive and competitive warranties in the industry: 60 months or 60,000 miles of basic coverage, 120 months or 100,000 miles of powertrain coverage, and 84 months of corrosion perforation protection. That's two years or 24,000 miles more basic coverage than Toyota or Honda, and five years or 40,000 miles more for the Sonata powertrain.

If you're eager to learn more, we're excited to make introductions. Stop by Sport Hyundai for a visit today, and we'll treat you to a personal tour of the difference a new Hyundai Sonata can make for your drive-time. We're right around the corner here in Egg Harbor Township at 6831 Black Horse Pike. Looking forward to seeing you for the holidays!

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