New Hyundai Sonata Eco Provides Hybrid-Level Efficiency

Hyundai Sonata Eco

Hyundai is out to prove that vehicles don’t have to be powered by hydrogen or stuffed full of batteries to be incredibly efficient. In fact, the Hyundai Sonata Eco, despite being completely powered by gasoline, actually provides hybrid-car levels of efficiency to sedan owners. If you’re still afraid of the green revolution—or just can’t afford it—the Sonata Eco model might just be right for you.

The Eco model swaps out the base model Sonata’s 2.4-liter engine for a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, which gets up to 28 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway. Those numbers both show significant improvement from the standard model. The Eco’s efficiency allows you to travel up to 414 miles on a single tank of gas.

Fortunately, whether you opt for the Eco model or simply the standard Sonata, you’ll be getting a car with an exterior beautiful enough to live up to its pretty musical name. The sedan comes with a rear spoiler, chrome design accents, and upholstery improvements like a leather-wrapped steering wheel and premium upholstery. Come see us here at Riverhead Hyundai to find the perfect Sonata model for you.

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