This entry was posted by czb1972 on January 25, 2015 at 6:32 pm
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yea man i just you said how tall you were instead of , “not everyone is as
tall as me”. That would have helped…
Decent review although I don’t agree with all of it… I have a 2014
Sonata Limited 2.0T with Tech package: I love it. More legroom than the
Accord, better performance than the Mazda 6 and less expensive to maintain
than the Passat. I recently got 38.5 mpg on a day trip of 260 miles.
Please review the 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T/3.8.
Good review. What are your thoughts on the passat’s reliability and cost to
marination vs the accord?
I would agree that the sonata is just sort of “meh” compared to the mazda6
It’s a VW CC cheap rip off.
Keep those chain smoker seats. Reminds me of decades old Chevy’s.
The roof slope results in a head smacking experience when getting in and
out of the second row.
The MPG on this is garbage. If you can’t build a mid sized sedan that
doesn’t get 30 combined with a 4 cylinder (the 28 number is total BS) you
just need to quit.
Isn’t it an Infinity branded stereo? No matter, because the 600 watt
Dynaudio in my 2007 Passat VR6 sounds a lot better
I disagree. The Mazda6 does boast a radical exterior design, but it is
also a hit or miss, just like the Sonata. Don’t count on everyone to like
the Kodo design language. Mazda6’s interior is just fine, but the
navigation screen is wayyy too small. And the ergonomics are comparable to
The Accord is my least favorite for good reason. It is just so Honda. For
better or worse. In my case for worse. It’s boring. It’s too functional,
to a fault. There is nothing exciting about what it does and how it does
I’m not too familiar with the Passat but it’s a VW — it’s got that German
DNA so it’s a safe bet. At least while it lasts.
For my money, I would go for the Fusion. But Sonata is up there on my
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