Another Great Experience
November 6, 2018
We were ready to upgrade from the Accent that my wife was driving, and contacted Jason Burns to discus options. We ended up in a 2017 Sonata Limited and couldn't be happier. We first test drove a Sonata Sport, but decided on the Limited instead. Jason insisted that we also test drive the Limited, even though it was nearing closing time. From the test drive to driving the car off the lot, it couldn't have been a nicer experience. The Car is great, we really like the safety features; lane departure, emergency braking, cross traffic warning on backing up, cruise control automatically slowing the car if you get to close to the car in front of you. The heated seats will be appreciated come next winter, we are already making use of the air conditioned front seats. I love the option to have two different drivers seat positions saved, and the fact that the front passenger seat has electric adjustment as well. The trunk is huge, and it holds a real spare tire, not a doughnut or an inflation kit. We have put a couple thousand miles on the car so far and are getting about 32 mpg combined. The 18.5 gallon tank allows for a long time between fill ups. The Sonata has a ride that is so much nicer than the Accent, I find that I have to really pay attention to the speedometer to keep within the speed limit. We have taken it on a few day trips beyond the daily work trips and are really liking the car. The stereo having XM was a must as that is all we listen to for radio now. It was effortless plugging in the IPod and browsing the songs via the dash display. I will definitely be upgrading myself to this model when my GT is paid off.