Are you looking for your next midsize sedan? The Hyundai Sonata is establishing itself as one of the most popular sedans in its class. The all-new Hyundai Sonata is a great option for any single person or family who is looking for a comfortable driving car with a new sleek look and excellent fuel economy. Many drivers are curious about the differences between the 2020 Hyundai Sonata and the 2020 Toyota Camry. Carolina Hyundai is here to help. If you are looking for a great deal on a 2020 Hyundai Sonata come visit Carolina Hyundai. We have a huge selection of 2020 Sonata models in our inventory. Our friendly and knowledgeable team members will be happy to help you find the perfect Sonata for you and your unique needs.
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We get a lot of questions from people who are interested in the differences between the Hyundai Sonata and the Toyota Camry. While both vehicles are in the same class, they both offer a unique set of features. Depending on your unique situation and needs, one vehicle may be better for you than the other. Here is some more detailed information about the differences between the Hyundai Sonata and the Toyota Camry.
When deciding between the Sonata and Camry you will most likely notice a difference in price. The Sonata is all-around cheaper. The starting price is $23,600 whereas the Camry’s starting price is $24,425. Although the difference isn’t drastic, it could be the determining factor between choosing which car is right for you.
What is even more impressive is the Sonata’s technology and safety features. Every Hyundai Sonata comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and advanced key fob technology. Unlike the Sonata, almost every other midsize sedan requires an upgrade for multiple luxurious features. The Sonata offers all of them in their most basic starting package. The Camry offers Apple CarPlay and its 2020 edition is finally compatible with Android Auto; however, it is lacking the advanced digital key technology. The Sonata is the car to have for those seeking luxury features at an affordable price.
Both the Sonata and Camry offer a wide variety of engine options. The standard Sonate comes with a four-cylinder 2.5-liter engine while also offering a turbocharged 1.6-liter engine. Their hybrid edition is impressive with its solar panels embedded in the roof of the car advancing its electric driving range. The Sonata hybrids estimates around 54 mpg on the highway and 50 mpg in the city. The Camry hybrid is powered by a battery and two electric motors. Its standard engine is also a four-cylinder with an eight-speed automatic transmission. It can be upgraded to a V6 engine as well. One major difference between the Sonata and Camry involves their engine options. Both come with a variety of upgrades from the standard and offer hybrid editions; however, only the Sonata comes with a manual transmission option in its models. The 2020 Camry only comes with an automatic transmission.
If you are deciding between the Sonata and Camry, you will be pleased to hear that both offer driver-assistance features in their standard packages. The Sonata offers a driver-attention warning, forward-collision avoidance, lane-keeping assist, automatic high-beam assist and adaptive cruise control. The Camry offers similar features and some that are different. It includes standard forward-collision warning, automated emergency brakes, lane-departure warning, lane-keeping assist and adaptive cruise control.
Although we do believe the Hyundai Sonata is the best midsize sedan on the market, it is ultimately up to the customer to choose which car is best for them. Stop by Carolina Hyundai in High Point to test-drive our one of our 2020 Sonatas. Our team of highly-qualified automobile assistants will help you navigate through your next car purchase. We know you will enjoy the Sonata just as much as we do!