5 Reasons Why You Gotta Love the 2015 Hyundai Sonata


5 Reasons Why You Gotta Love the 2015 Hyundai Sonata

The 2015 Hyundai Sonata brings an all-new take on design, features, quality, and safety. It has made major gains this year in refinement of its safety features, translating into a daring yet practical mid-sized sedan. The exterior revamp of the all-new Sonata falls in line with Hyundai’s most recent Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design, featuring a new front hexagonal grille, a revised bumper and new LED headlights. There are four trim levels for the Sonata: SE, Sport, Limited and Sport 2.0T. Read below for 5 reasons why you gotta love the all-new 2015 Hyundai Sonata.

  1. Amazing Safety Features

Climbing behind the wheel of the all-new Sonata, you can virtually feel the safety. Equipped with more safety technology features than ever before, the Sonata comes standard with traction and stability control systems, active front head restraints, electronic break-force distribution, break assist, forward collision warning, blind spot detection with rear cross-traffic alert, lane departure warning, driver’s knee airbag, and rear parking assistance system.

  1. Complete Exterior Revamp

Not a single body design feature on the all-new Sonata is a carryover from 2014. This new look was described by Hyundai as “an athlete in a well-tailored suit”.  Without a doubt, the complete remodel of the vehicle has taken place in a year with bold statements of style and sophistication. Sonata’s swoopy exterior lines have been sharpened to make it look more upscale, possessing a comparable appearance to the Hyundai Genesis.

  1. Elegant Interior

The attractive exterior design continues on the inside. With an interior design that allows for a more convenient switchgear location and a larger center console, drivers are subjected to an enhanced driving experience. Passenger space is also evidently bigger with its extended legroom space in the front, providing everyone a comfortable and unforgettable ride to their destinations.


  1. Impressive Engine

Taking a closer look, the Hyundai Sonata boasts a standard conventional 2.4-litre 4-cylinder engine with six-speed automatic transmission and 178 pound-feet of torque. The base trim level, SE, has an EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of 29 mpg combined, 25 mpg in the city and 37 mpg on the highway. Or, if the 245 horsepower turbocharged 2.0L GDI engine is what you are looking for, check out the Sonata Sport 2.0T trim level. With reduced noise, vibration and harshness, the Sonata has a significantly improved ride and handling.

  1. Loaded with Technology Features

Why do we love the 2015 Hyundai Sonata? Combining tech features with affordable pricing, the Sonata offers adaptive cruise control, blind spot detection, and lane departure warning. Other technology features includes the rear parking sensors and the rear cross traffic alert supplement are both offered on higher trim levels. This measures the closing speed of overtaking cars and warns you not to veer out of lane. The Sonata is a fine car with plenty of technology features right at your fingertips!

Hyundai Guardian Angel Campaign Recap:

Have you seen our video on the 2015 Hyundai Sonata Guardian Angel campaign? With too many safety features on the Sonata, it is putting our Guardian Angels out of work! Watch video and photo gallery below: 

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Want to test drive the new 2015 Hyundai Sonata? For more information, give us a call at (604) 292-8188 or book a test drive for new cars or used cars. We can’t wait to see you at Destination Hyundai Vancouver!

Hyundai Sonata
Price Range $23,999 to $34,799
Transmission 6-Speed Manual Transmission
Engine 2.4L 4-cylinder (Base Trim)
Fuel Economy 9.8L/100 km in the city6.7L/100 km on the highway8.4L/100 km combined

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