2015 Hyundai Sonata – TestDriveNow.com Review by Auto Critic Steve Hammes

2015 Hyundai Sonata – TestDriveNow.com Review by Auto Critic Steve Hammes

TestDriveNow.com video introduction and review of the all-new 2015 Hyundai Sonata Sport 2.0T with Ultimate Package by automotive critic Steve Hammes. MSRP as tested: $34335. http://testdrivenow.c…

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TestDriveNow.com featuring Drive Time with Steve Hammes says:

Sorry everybody! I should have said 1988 as the Sonata debut (as a 1989
model) and not 1998. Rest assured I have fired my editor 😉 

CJ VN says:

Steve, did you have a chance to drive the Sonata Eco with the 1.6L
twin-scroll turbo and dual-clutch auto? 

TandemDawgBMG says:

The base model would be the better way for this car, above 30k and I would
rather get a Ford fusion or Mopar sedan. So what do you think Steve,
Mazda6 or this car, which is better?

fanowner12 says:

Didn’t the Sonata debut before 1998? Saabkyle04 has a 1990 on his channel.

tanarvis tennant says:

I love the quad exhaust! I would love this and a Mazda 6 in my garage! 

Ara J says:

I would get a new Chrysler 200 AWD for a bit more money 

TestDriveNow.com featuring Drive Time with Steve Hammes says:

The #NewSonata is a smartly orchestrated piece that’ll keep @Hyundai hot in
the midsize segment.

maseratiquattroport says:

wow, that is one serious positive review for this vehicle. i know that you
also gave it the same high praised review for the new genesis. I’m
starting to wonder if Hyundai is a better choice for its money than its
asian competitors such as toyota, honda, and nissan.

Amir Forman Asgharzadeh says:

You don’t need 4 exhaust pipes for a 245 hp car. It is these small and
stupid things that don’t attract certain buyers to such cars. 

Nima Bahrehdar says:

I’d rather the old Sonata. This is too conservative.

Billy Sou says:

Question, Steve. Does your tester Sonata have that “adjustable” (eco,
normal, sport) steering? I know you’ve seen in Hyundai/Kia products that
had those mode. And in the ones you’ve tested, had steering “feeling” was
“in name only”. 

Vlad Saghin says:

Should I buy the 2014 2.0T Limited or the 2015 2.4 Sport for around the
same price?

ssr1680 says:

I like this when I saw it at the NYIAS but since then consumer reports and
car and driver both reported big first build problems with the 2015 sonata
already, so I thank I’m a go with the Chrysler 200c or s with AWD.

funnybeingme says:

I like the new styling, except the taillights. Somehow it doesn’t match the
rest of the car, especially the the angular front end.

Alfred Lanier says:

This version of the Sonata is definitely growing on me. I dunno what it was
about the outside before that I didn’t particularly care for, but now that
I’ve seen it several different times, I definitely like it a lot more.

quietguy1948 says:

Excellent review… thank you – Thumbs Up
I have the 2014 Sonata Limited 2.0T with Tech package (loaded), and really
like it. A 250 mile relaxed cruise last weekend netted me over 38 mpg!

dave dunn says:

Looks great but hyundais as well as other cars are getting WAY TO
EXPENSIVE! The reason for this is because banks stupidly allow ppl to
finance over 84-96 months claiming 0 percent interest. Its a scam

stripes12345678910 says:

GO HYUNDAI AND KIA!

shafta99 says:

hyundai’s come a long way.

Khu NoPie says:

At 2:01 that is a well crafted soliloquy, Steve! Did you get that in one
take?

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