Which features do you still find outstanding in 2013 hyundai sonata hybrid?

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Pros? It’s a very nice, reasonably priced, mid-sized sedan.

It’s very reliable, handles well, gets decent mileage, and is very comfortable.

Cons? Can’t think of any.

The 2013 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid receives an upgraded electric motor and a lighter, more compact battery, resulting in improved EPA fuel economy ratings and more trunk space.

There’s also a new Limited trim level, which includes much of the base model’s optional equipment as standard, including 17-inch wheels and a navigation system.

As a family man and business owner, the 2013 Sonata Hybrid is a perfect fit. They finally made the trunk space bigger this year, thanks to a new battery design. That means more room for groceries, gear, or even that occasional client presentation board. You can be eco-friendly and practical all in one!

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The 2013 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid!

First off, let’s talk about its fuel efficiency. The Sonata Hybrid has always been praised for its impressive gas mileage, making it a great choice for those who want to save some money at the pump. Plus, it’s environmentally friendly too, which is always a bonus.

Another standout feature is its sleek and stylish design. I think the Sonata Hybrid has a modern and eye-catching exterior, with clean lines and a distinctive front grille. It definitely turns heads on the road. Doesn’t it? :joy: :joy:

But it’s not just about looks – the interior of the Sonata Hybrid is also pretty impressive. It’s spacious and comfortable, with plenty of legroom for both front and rear passengers.

You’re right about the gas mileage.

The 2013 Sonata Hybrid is rated at an impressive 36 mpg city / 40 mpg highway by the EPA, which is fantastic for a mid-size sedan.

The design definitely stands out.

The clean lines and grille give it a modern and sleek look. What color were you thinking about getting?