Hyundai has officially announced the pricing list for the 2016 Sonata Hybrid in the United States.
After making its public debut at the 2015 NAIAS, in Detroit, back in January, the 2016 Hyundai Sonata is here. The model in question has a base starting price of 26,825 USD, including the 825 USD destination charge. This basically means that the vehicle costs the same as the 2015 model year but it is more expensive than the 2016 Ford Fusion Hybrid, priced at 25,675 USD, but cheaper than the 2015 Honda Accord Hybrid, which is coming in at 30,125 USD.
For the base version, Hyundai is bringing the projector headlights and the cloth interior but you can get the 17-inch alloy wheels, the HID Xenon headlights and the leather interior on the Sonata Hybrid Limited, which can be yours from 30,100 USD, 900 USD more than before. This is also bringing the 60/40 split-folding rear seats. The car manufacturer is offering the Limited Ultimate Package too, from 4,500 USD, which is adding the forward collision warning, the lane departure warning, the Infinity premium audio system, panoramic sunroof, 8-inch satellite navigation system and so on. Hyundai is making use of a 2.0 liter GDI rated at 154 HP (115 kW) and 190 Nm (140 lb-ft) of torque, connected to a 6-speed automatic transmission with an integrated electric motor generating 51 HP (38 kW). The total output is 193 HP (144 kW) and the fuel economy stands at 39 / 44 / 42 mpg in city / highway / combined.