July 16, 2018

Making A Better Penalty Box – 2018 Hyundai Sonata Actually Looks Pretty Nice

At this point, I think it’s safe to classify the as a rock solid standby in the affordable commuter segment. The nameplate has been in use since 1985, with its current seventh-generation first introduced in 2014. To keep it going strong, just announced a newly refreshed iteration for the 2018 model year at this year’s and it’s bringing revised styling, new features, better and updated hardware. All in all, it’s a rather standard mid-cycle facelift for the seventh-gen, but still quite significant in its impact.

In fact, that’s what Hyundai was aiming for all along, especially when it came to the exterior styling. The fresh look incorporates what the automaker calls a cascading grille design up front, plus a “more assertive profile,” and a redesigned rear end outfitted with a new, svelte taillight design.

We think it looks pretty good, moving the aesthetic ahead in a refined, attractive way. Not only does it look nice, but Hyundai also managed to dig under the skin to make it handle better, not to mention make it a little quicker and a bit more efficient as well.

Looking for details? Read on.

Continue reading to learn more about the new Hyundai Sonata.


Making A Better Penalty Box – 2018 Hyundai Sonata Actually Looks Pretty Nice

At this point, I think it’s safe to classify the as a rock solid standby in the affordable commuter segment. The nameplate has been in use since 1985, with its current seventh-generation first introduced in 2014. To keep it going strong, just announced a newly refreshed iteration for the 2018 model year at this year’s and it’s bringing revised styling, new features, better and updated hardware. All in all, it’s a rather standard mid-cycle facelift for the seventh-gen, but still quite significant in its impact.

In fact, that’s what Hyundai was aiming for all along, especially when it came to the exterior styling. The fresh look incorporates what the automaker calls a cascading grille design up front, plus a “more assertive profile,” and a redesigned rear end outfitted with a new, svelte taillight design.

We think it looks pretty good, moving the aesthetic ahead in a refined, attractive way. Not only does it look nice, but Hyundai also managed to dig under the skin to make it handle better, not to mention make it a little quicker and a bit more efficient as well.

Looking for details? Read on.

Continue reading to learn more about the new Hyundai Sonata.


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Making A Better Penalty Box – 2018 Hyundai Sonata Actually Looks Pretty Nice

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