Hyundai has set pricing for the 2020 Sonata Hybrid. It costs from $27,750 (base Blue trim).
The mid-level Sonata SEL costs from $29,900, while for the top trim level Limited you’ll pay $35,300. The pricing excludes the $975 Destination and Handling.
A hybrid powertrain enables the fuel efficiency of 50 mpg (city), 54 mpg (highway) and 52 mpg (combined) – for the base trim. The SEL and Limited cars’ figures are 45/51/47 mpg.
For comparison: the rivaling Honda Accord Hybrid costs from $25,620 and returns 47/48/48 mpg, while the Toyota Camry Hybrid’s base price is $28,430, and the fuel consumption reaches 51/53/52 mpg.
The Hyundai Sonata Hybrid has a number of advantages like a low drag coefficient of 0.24, aero-optimized alloy wheels, a rear spoiler, active air flaps, an exclusive solar roof.
The roof gives additional 2 mi/day of range after 6 hours of charging, and 700 mi/year depending on location.
U.S. sales of the 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid start in June.