Used 2017 Hyundai Sonata Sport 2.0T for Sale

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2017 Hyundai Sonata Sport 2.0T

39,455 mi.
GOOD DEAL $331 Under
  • Ext. Color: Blue
  • Int. Color: Gray
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Great sales staff
by WrenchyLady from Springfield,va
November 6, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 3.8 (154 reviews)
I came here looking to replace my 2002 Cebu Trailblazer with a 4Runner that they had on the lot. The salesperson I dealt with was Frankie Cox. She was professional with a great bubbly personality and made my car buying experience pleasant and enjoyable.
2017 Hyundai Sonata Sport 2.0T Review
Good if you like oatmeal
by Pistons & Petrol from Vancouver
May 11, 2019
I rented this car for a 3 day trip while my car was in the body shop. It was the only midsize sedan option available. I’ve had a lot of experience with Hyundai via a friend and his shop. The shop owner and his family love Hyundai for their reliability and they find them fun. I’ve driven most Hyundai’s and Kia’s as a result. This made me think this would be an ok car for trip. This Sonata is very much a base model. The 2.4L engine does an acceptable job getting the car up to speed for merging onto the highway. You don’t need to put your foot all the way in to get up to speed. That said; the power does feel lacking compared to other cars in the segment. The steering feel was surprisingly good. I keep the car in “Sport” mode the entire time for the steering feel alone. There is a nice amount of feedback when you push the car into a corner. The seats were adequate. My passenger and I never had a case of “numb bum” from the drive. The cabin is relatively quiet and comfortable. It’s no luxury vehicle by any stretch but it is well laid out and doesn’t leave you hunting for controls. The infotainment screen is lack lustre but does work. It’s a bit small compared to the basic offerings from Mazda or Honda. With the amount of real estate on the dash, fitting a larger screen shouldn’t have been a problem. The upper materials are soft touch while the lowers are hard plastic. Hyundai did a good job of hiding the hard plastics though. You likely wouldn’t even notice the difference in materials if someone didn’t point them out. The back seats have a good amount of leg room. If I had back passengers, I’m sure they wouldn’t complain. Overall, not a bad vehicle. This base model did a great job for the weekend and I would rent one again. I would even consider a better spec’d version for a daily car.
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