At Hyundai, we’re motivated by the same thing you are – being better. For 2020, better begins with
the all-new Hyundai Sonata, whose lower profile and wider stance offers a Sensuous Sportiness
design usually reserved for sport coupes. Every detail and angle is dripping with artistry. Sonata’s low hood extends to the edge of the car with no harsh cutline. At the rear ultra-wide tail lights boldly emphasize its ground- hugging stance. Unbroken strips of chrome lasso the side windows and extend up the length of the hood, tapering into a dynamic LED running light signature unlike anything else on the road. At Happy Hyundai we have new, pre-owned and leased Sonatas that are customized to your needs. Stop by our location in Oak Lawn, Illinois to see the great deals for yourself! Oak Lawn Happy Hyundai in conveniently located across a number of Chicago neighborhoods, come down today to test drive the right Sonata for you.
Packed with personalization options and innovations that raise the bar for midsize sedan comfort , convenience and safety. Digital
temperature readouts on the climate control panel’s stylish metal knobs convey a decidedly upscale
feel. The available personalization technologies include a first-in-class.3 digital instrument
cluster,’ which is customizable to suit different driving modes and preferences.
The new Sonata is also the first car in its class to offer a digital key. With it, your compatible
Android smartphone unlocks the front doors and starts the engine. Multiple drivers can be
assigned a digital key that retrieves their personalized radio presets, instrument cluster display
preferences and side mirror/driver seat settings from the Hyundai Blue Link cloud.
The fit and finish of high-quality materials throughout the cabin delight your senses, while a
collaboration with Bose puts every occupant in the center of a truly phenomenal 12-speaker audio
experience. An available Centerpoint’ surround-sound system uses proprietary algorithms to
analyze the stereo signal and convert it into multiple channels, creating stereophonic effects
similar to sitting in a concert hall audience. Or being directly onstage. If all of this sounds good, read on. There’s more to Sonata than meets the eye – and ear.
Your next new car should reflect your individual taste and personal preferences. It starts with the one thing you prefer above all – room. The new Sonata couples best-in-class front headroom and legroom with comfortable and accessible rear seating. Step inside, and you’ll immediately sense the spaciousness. The interior feels light and airy, with a sleek design inspired by stealth aircraft. The artistry of Sonata’s cabin is seen – and felt – in the design of climate controls and
electronic gear shift buttons placed exactly where your fingertips expect them to be. The
standard 8˝display audio system features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for
seamless access to smartphone apps. An available 10.25˝ multimedia navigation
system helps alleviate freeway stress with junction view lane guidance, tilted bird’s- eye
views and subscription-free traffic updates. Content on the scrollable split-screen can
easily be switched to display your preferences.
An available Remote Driver Profile
Management feature lets you save presets for Sonata’s navigation system, radio, side
mirrors and seat positioning to the Hyundai Blue Link cloud, so they can be engaged
remotely before you walk out the door. An available 12.3˝digital instrument cluster
lets you choose what information you’d like displayed in the middle of the gauges,
while an available color Heads-up Display allows you to select the vital driving
information you want projected onto the windshield in fighter-jet fashion.
Sonata’s personalization options extend to the climate system. Three levels of airflow
intensity can be selected for the air conditioner’s auto mode for improved comfort. A
button on your key fob also enables you to start your car’s engine and preset the cabin
temperature to 72 degrees before you slip behind the wheel. How chill is that?
With this new generation of Sonata, Hyundai engineers have dramatically improved its
performance. More nimble and responsive, it has the tightest turning diameter in its class.’ Two new
4-cylinder Smartstream engines – a 191-hp 2.5L powerplant or 180-hp 1.6L Turbo with 195 lb -ft of
torque on tap at a low 1500 rpm – let you choose how you want to roll. Both use a new 8-speed
automatic transmission with electronic push-button gear selection. Larger disc brakes deliver added
stopping power, while a multi-link rear suspension helps keep you precisely tracking through corners.
Precisely how you want Sonata to respond is up to you.
A Drive Mode Select button lets you adjust Sonata’s steering calibration, engine and transmission mapping to optimize fuel efficiency (Eco), dynamic driving (Sport), or performance based on your driving style (Smart) or individual preferences(Custom). Even before you start the engine, Sonata reveals a new level of responsiveness with an available Hyundai Digital Key that lets you unlock the driver door and start the engine using your Android smartphone. The digital key can be shared with multiple drivers, whose driver seat, side mirror, steering wheel and multimedia presets are all activated just by using the key. Doesn’t that sound like a sedan you can wrap your mind around?
Remote Backward Control Tech That Gets You Out Of Tight Spots Sonata Limited’s new Remote Smart Parking Assist allows you to pull your car into or out of tight parking spaces – without you having to be in the car – via your key fob. Ensuring that, wherever you travel, you’re on Easy Street.
Hyundai Digital Key Electronic push-button gear selection instrument cluster display in Sport Mode Surround View Monitor With SmartSense, safety comes full circle. It wasn’t hard to come up with SmartSense as the name for our suite of advanced safety features. On the new Sonata, three radar sensors, four cameras and eight ultrasonic sensors offer protection from nearly every angle.
Available features like Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist, front and rear parking sensors, and a
Surround View Monitor help you safely navigate crowded parking garages.
On the road, technologies ranging from Driver Attention Warning and Lane Keeping
Assist to Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection and available
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist add watchful eyes along your journey.
Cars equipped with a navigation system include Highway Driving Assist, which uses
Lane Following Assist and Smart Cruise Control technologies to help keep you in the
center of your lane while maintaining a set speed and safe distance from other vehicles. It
even uses GPS data to adjust your speed automatically as speed limits change.
Of course, when it comes to safety, the best defense is a good offense. That’s why
Hyundai engineers enhanced the structural rigidity, suspension geometry and braking system of Sonata. The result is a sedan with the quick reflexes and handling agility to help you steer clear of trouble in the first place.
Blind-Spot View Monitor Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist SmartSense Safety Technologies.
There’s Safety In Numbers Given the superlative safety technologies engineered into every Hyundai, it’s no
surprise that 13 different Hyundai models equipped with front crash prevention and specific headlights have earned an IIHS 2019 Top Safety Pick or Top Safety Pick+ rating – one of the industry’s highest safety honors.
Sonata Limited in Stormy Sea – Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA) is designed to notify drivers of approaching cross-traffic behind the vehicle. When another vehicle is detected while your car is backing out of a parking spot, it provides audible and visual display warnings and applies braking if it senses a collision is imminent. RCCA is active when your car is in reverse gear and backing at a speed less than 6 mph. It only engages during the first activation of reverse gear from park and may not detect all vehicles, depending on the size, angle, distance and speed of the other vehicle. Never rely exclusively on RCCA. Always look over your shoulder and use your mirrors to confirm rear clearance. There are limitations to the function, detection, range and clarity of the system. It is the driver’s responsibility to remain alert at all times. Driver Attention Warning is only a warning to inform the driver of a potential lack of attention or drowsiness. It does not detect and provide an alert in every situation. See Owner’s Manual for details.
Lane Keeping Assist operates above approximately 44 mph and only when the lane markings are clearly visible on the road. It will not work under all circumstances and will not prevent loss of control. It is a supplemental assist, and does not replace the need for extreme care and attention by the driver. See Owner’s Manual for details. Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) with Pedestrian Detection helps detect pedestrians, but not in all conditions. FCA is designed to assist drivers to avoid, or reduce the severity of, collisions with cars that have slowed or stopped in front of them. It is a supplemental assist and does not replace the need for extreme care and attention by the driver. FCA may not stop the vehicle completely and will not avoid all collisions.
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA) warns the driver of other cars in the blind-spot region. If BCA detects an unsafe lane change being attempted, it applies braking on the opposite side of the attempted lane change to help avoid a collision. There are limitations to the function, range, detection and clarity of the system. It will not detect all vehicles or objects in the blind spot and may not operate if sensors are obscured in any way. Do not rely exclusively on BCA. BCA is a supplemental system, and it is the driver’s responsibility to exercise caution when changing lanes. Highway Driving Assist (HDA) is for highway use only and helps keep your car centered in its lane while maintaining a safe distance from the vehicle ahead. Lane markings must be clearly visible on the road. HDA should not be used in poor
weather, heavy or varying traffic, or on winding or slippery roads. HDA will not work under all circumstances and will not prevent loss of control. Driver remains responsible to slow or stop the car to avoid a collision.
Smart Cruise Control with Stop & Go (SCC) is not a collision-avoidance or warning device. SCC is for highway use only and should not be used in poor weather, heavy or varying traffic, or on winding or slippery roads. The driver remains responsible for slowing or stopping the vehicle to avoid a collision. SCC initiates a full stop when the traffic ahead stops and reengages if the vehicle ahead moves forward within 3 seconds. See Owner’s Manual for details. Safety features vary by model. For details, refer to the Features chart in the back of this brochure or visit HyundaiUSA.com. 2019 Top Safety Pick for 2019 Accent, Elantra GT, Ioniq Hybrid, Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid built after July 2018, Veloster built after August 2018, and Santa Fe XL. 2019 Top Safety Pick+ for 2019 Elantra built after September 2018, Tucson built after March 2019, NEXO built after June 2019, Sonata, Kona, Santa Fe and 2020 Palisade.
Is Sonata a car? Or a computer on wheels? With all of the advanced technologies in the new Sonata, it’s a fair question. After all, Hyundai is not just a car manufacturer, but one of the world’s leading technology innovators. We’re constantly asking how we can make everything about driving and owning a Hyundai better. That means making it a totally seamless – and highly customizable – part of your daily life.
Sonata’s available Blue Link connected car technologies keep you connected to your digital
life on the go with safety, convenience and remote features that allow you to interact with
your car in powerful, practical ways.
Automatic Emergency Assistance Blue Link Connected Care offers 24/7 SOS Emergency Assistance and Automatic Collision Notification that calls for help if you’re in an accident where airbags deploy.
Enhancements to Blue Link’s remote features let you go beyond starting your Sonata’s engine and
climate controls before walking out the door. You can also activate the car’s available
heated/ventilated seats remotely and adjust the steering wheel/side mirror positions and radio presets by sending your personal profile to the car ahead of time. Want to remotely check and see if you’ve left the sunroof open? Sonata’s new MyHyundai app lets you check by consulting your smartphone or asking your Amazon Echo® or Google Home™ virtual assistant. Sonata continues to include standard Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ across its entire lineup and, for 2020, allows two phones to be connected simultaneously via Bluetooth® streaming. To keep everyone powered up when you’re on the road, Sonata offers available wireless device charging and a rear-seat USB charge port.
On-Demand Diagnostics – Run vehicle diagnostics from your Sonata’s touchscreen, report issues at the press of a button, and receive Monthly Vehicle Health Reports or maintenance reminders by email.
Service Link – Conveniently schedule your vehicle for service from the driver’s seat of your Sonata or your MyHyundai smartphone app.
Destination – Send-to-Car Use your smartphone to find restaurants or points of interest that may not be updated yet on your vehicle’s maps, then send the destination to Sonata’s navigation system.
Car Finder – Our Car Finder smartphone app feature lets you navigate your way through crowded
parking lots back to your Hyundai.
Remote Vehicle Status – Your myHyundai app lets you check the status of your Sonata from just about anywhere. Wondering how much fuel is in your tank? If your car’s trunk is closed or the sunroof is open? The app knows the answers to these questions and more.