2013 Hyundai Sonata: What's Changed

By Colin Bird  on May 7, 2012

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For the new model year, Hyundai adds more available features to Sonata's base trim level. Most prices increase by $100 to $150 or more per trim for 2013.

All 2013 Sonatas now come standard with a six-speed automatic transmission; the manual-transmission GLS is no longer available. Without the manual transmission, all Sonatas now get 24/35 mpg city/highway.

The Popular Equipment Package on the GLS now costs $825 and includes features like fog lights and heated seats, for a total cost of $21,720.

The SE trim now comes standard with heated front seats, and the Limited trim no longer comes with a panoramic sunroof. Instead, it gets a regular sunroof. The Limited trim is $600 less expensive this year because of the change. If you still want a panoramic sunroof, it's been added to a $2,900 Limited Premium Package. Ultimately, a 2013 Hyundai Sonata tops out at $31,270, which is just $100 more than last year's model.

The 2013 Hyundai Sonata is already on sale. Continue reading below for more pricing details.


2013 pricing (2012 pricing)

GLS —  manual: Discontinued ($19,795) 
GLS —  automatic: $20,895 ($20,795) 
SE: $23,345 ($23,195) 
SE Turbo: $24,895 ($24,745) 
Limited: $25,845 ($26,445) 
Limited Turbo: $27,595 ($28,195) 
Destination fee: $775 ($775)


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