Loved the breaking and smooth drive. Definitely an improvement in the steering as well from mine but I can't stand how I can't see all of the gauge cluster behind the steering wheel. The wheel sits low and the top totally blocks out the top of the warning light panel.
Very reliable car, never had any major issues. Sonata is a midsize sedan. A family car. It does everything it needs to do pretty well. It's not the quickest in the segment, but the Sport 2.0 and Limited 2.0 can be fairly engaging. At the bell, they get moving with gusto and have plenty of lung capacity to pour it on when highway passing is required. Thanks to its abundance of torque, the 2.4-liter is equally enthusiastic at launch, but can leave you hanging when trying to get around slower traffic at speed. We think most drivers, however, will have no complaint about either powertrain. It is a family sedan! Hyundai stiffened the rear suspension on some versions and recalibrated the steering across the board. We still wouldn't call its handling sporty, but it steers and corners without drama. Inside, it's comfy and offers decent passenger space front and rear. Pleasingly quiet, it can make you forget you're in a $25,000 car. Its infotainment system is amazingly simple to use.