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Compare The 2017 Hyundai Sonata vs The Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, & Nissan Altima

Versus The 2017 Honda Accord

As one of the most competitive market segments to navigate in the Danbury area, the midsize sedan market has continue to grow with exceptional choices for local drivers. Chief among them is the Hyundai Sonata, which makes a point to stand out with a straight forward selection of powertrains and trims to choose from, as well as plenty of technologies and resources to revel in. No matter if you call New Milford, Waterbury, or Norwalk home, it shouldn't take long to see what makes the Sonata a unique choice in its class - not even the Honda Accord can maintain a consistent pace in comparison.

Hyundai Sonata vs Honda Accord:

  • With the choice of five different powertrains, including one for both the Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid, the Hyundai Sonata confidently stands up to the performance of the Accord. Both of their base 2.4-liter four-cylinder engines can produce 185-horsepower, while only the Sonata offers a more focused fuel efficient option with the 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder of the Sonata Eco.
  • While the 3.5-liter V6 engine of the Honda Accord can produce 278-horsepower and 252 pound-feet of torque, which is able to best the potential for power in the available 2.0-liter turbocharged engine of the Sonata, you have to spend nearly $32,000 in order to experience it. On the other hand, the 245-horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque performance from the Sonata's Sport 2.0T trim only costs $27,425 for a similar ride quality.
  • In terms of standard feature offering, the Hyundai Sonata makes no mistake with its long list of base level benefits. While both models offer Bluetooth® integration, a rearview camera and a capable infotainment system, the Sonata stands out with Android Auto™, brake assist, SiriusXM satellite radio and their proprietary BlueLink system with smartphone connectivity. Everything that the Accord can provide, the Sonata is eager to include for less.
  • The Hyundai Sonata strives to avoid confusion with its potential owners by keeping its range of trim levels simple and to the point. The aforementioned Eco trim level offers the best available fuel economy among the two models, while the Limited and Sport trims come with the choice between the standard engine and optional turbocharged powertrain. On the flip side, the Accord sticks with the typical letter naming system to differentiate between its smaller and larger models, as well as the choice between a coupe and sedan - totaling to twelve different trims, compared to the Sonata's choice between seven.

If you're looking to take advantage of the comforts and high-tech capabilities inside of the Hyundai Sonata for a budget-friendly price, then our staff at Danbury Hyundai would be eager to guide you in the right direction. Even if you're from Mahopac or Carmel, NY, there is a well-equipped Sonata sedan here that can fulfill your diverse set of needs. Simply stop in for a visit and take a closer look at 102 Federal Road today!

Versus The 2017 Toyota Camry

As one of the more unique choices within a busy midsize sedan market segment, the Hyundai Sonata proves that it can handle the needs of drivers throughout the local Danbury, New Milford, Waterbury and Norwalk, CT areas. While the Toyota Camry does a noble job to keep up with the top-notch technologies and fuel efficiency at play inside the Sonata, our available models at Danbury Hyundai continue to stand out for the better with our nearby customers.

Hyundai Sonata vs Toyota Camry:

  • Under the hood of both vehicles lies a commendable base engine, but the Hyundai Sonata achieves success with its greater focus on flexibility than the Camry. The 185-horsepower and 178 pound-feet of torque of its base model is a notch above the 178-horsepower and 170 pound-feet of torque from the Camry's starting engine; allowing the Sonata to be offer more power for a smaller price tag.
  • If you're interested in more power, the available 2.0-liter turbocharged engine of the Sonata does an impressive job to fulfill that need without pushing the price up too high - settling at an affordable $27,435. The Camry, on the other hand, only offers 3.5-liter V6 with 23-horsepower more but 12 pound-feet of torque less than the Sport trim of the Sonata. While the performance from the Camry's V6 can edge out the Sonata, we don't think it's worth an MSRP of $32,255.
  • The Sonata has won over a slew of drivers with its greater degree of interior high-tech features. While both the Camry and our Sonata models offer Bluetooth®, a rearview camera, six speakers and a USB port, the latter stands out with the inclusion of Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ smartphone integration. Not only that, but the Hyundai BlueLink infotainment system can easily triumph over Toyota's Entune system with a bigger touchscreen and greater functionality.
  • Both models are among the top in their class in terms of safety. While the Sonata earned better crash test scores from the NHTSA than the Camry, Toyota's sedan managed to claim a Top Safety Pick+ designation over the Sonata's 2017 Top Safety Pick - despite have similar scores from the IIHS. They each offer a wide range of safety features, but the Sonata reaches for higher heights with the available rear park assist, automatic high beams and automatic emergency braking.
  • With relatively the same amount of trim levels between the two, the Sonata stands out as the model with much better fuel economy potential. The base engine in the Camry offers the best fuel efficiency in Toyota's midsize sedan, with an EPA-estimated 24 city and 33 highway mpg. Not only can the base engine of the Sonata best that with its EPA-estimated 25 city and 36 highway mpg, but the available Eco trim level is the best option available with an estimated 28 city and 36 highway mpg.

If you're looking to take advantage of the comforts and high-tech capabilities inside of the Hyundai Sonata for a budget-friendly price, then our staff at Danbury Hyundai would be eager to guide you in the right direction. Even if you're from Mahopac or Carmel, NY, there is a well-equipped Sonata sedan here that can fulfill your diverse set of needs. Simply stop in for a visit and take a closer look at 102 Federal Road today!

Versus The 2017 Nissan Altima

When it comes to finding a well-equipped and confident-riding Hyundai sedan in the greater Danbury area, there isn’t a better team to trust than ours at Danbury Hyundai. Our growing inventory of Hyundai Sonata models have made a reputation throughout the nearby New Milford, Waterbury and Norwalk, CT areas for their affordable price, pep-filled performance and the numerous ways you can customize it to make the vehicle truly your own. While its Nissan Altima rival has been making strides by following the example of the Sonata, our models have proven that there's more to love with a Hyundai.

Hyundai Sonata vs Nissan Altima

  • While the starting prices and base engine performances of the Sonata and Altima are relatively similar, the former is able to come out on top in terms of budget-friendliness and its better ride quality. The 185-horsepower from its 2.4-liter engine tops the 179-horsepower of the Altima's 2.5-liter starting powertrain, while also offering over $1,000 in savings.
  • If your heart is set on a more qualified powertrain under the hood, both models are able to attempt to satisify your desires with their available engine selections. The Altima is able to pack a 3.5-liter V6 under the hood that can produce 270-horsepower and 251 pound-feet of torque, which is a bit more than the 245-horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque performance from the Sonata's turbocharged engine. While the Altima can claim the ability to best the top engine of the Sonata, it's going to cost an additional $5,000 to enjoy that ride.
  • One of the weak points for the Nissan lineup is its selection of interior technologies to benefit from while behind the wheel. The strongest additions to the latest Sonata model has been Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, which the latter including integrated steering-wheel controls and unique voice commands to navigate your smartphone when behind the wheel. Unfortunately, much like Nissan's sub-par infotainment system, the Altima is unable to keep up with its Hyundai peer.
  • While the Predicitve Forward Collision Warning of the Nissan Altima has made positive first impressions with drivers, the extensive suite of driver safety features inside the Hyundai Sonata truly blows the achievement out of the water. Our customers can expect coverage from automatic high beams and adaptive cruise control, to forward collision braking and rear park assist. Your potential for success is best within the exciting new Sonata.

If you're looking to take advantage of the comforts and high-tech capabilities inside of the Hyundai Sonata for a budget-friendly price, then our staff at Danbury Hyundai would be eager to guide you in the right direction. Even if you're from Mahopac or Carmel, NY, there is a well-equipped Sonata sedan here that can fulfill your diverse set of needs. Simply stop in for a visit and take a closer look at 102 Federal Road today!


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Danbury Hyundai

102 Federal Road
Directions Danbury, CT 06810

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