2020 Sonata Hybrid Pricing Starts Below $29,000

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Hyundai has announced pricing for the 2020 Sonata Hybrid, due to hit showrooms in June.

The redesigned five-seat sporty gas-electric sedan will be offered in three trim levels, starting with the ultra-efficient Sonata Hybrid Blue, EPA rated at 50 mpg in the city, 54 mpg on the highway, and 52 mpg combined.

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It will start at $28,725. All Sonata Hybrid pricing includes Hyundai’s $975 delivery fee.

Sonata Hybrid pricing starts at under $29,000.
2020 Sonata Hybrid Limited

The Blue trim come standard with 16-inch alloy wheels; LED headlights, taillights and daytime running lights; automatic high beam assist; power folding outside mirrors; cloth upholstery; manually adjustable front seats; 60/40 split folding rear seats; an 8-inch color touchscreen infotainment monitor with rearview camera display and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration; a six-speaker audio system with satellite compatibility, MP3 input, iPod jacks and a USB port; dual zone automatic climate control; tilt and telescope steering with paddle shifters and integrated cruise, audio and phone controls; power windows and door locks with remote keyless entry, and a hands-free trunk opening system.

The SEL trim, starting at $30,875, adds 17-inch alloys; LED rear turn signals and interior lighting; heated outside mirrors; gloss black rocker panel covers; power adjustable and heated front seats; a rear center armrest; wireless device charging; rear USB port; a Bose 12-speaker audio system; rear seating-area vents for the climate control system, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and Hyundai’s digital key, which allows Android-based smartphones (no iPhones yet) to remotely start and stop the engine, lock and unlock the doors and pen or close the trunk.

The Sonata Hybrid Limited will start at $36,275, and adds matrix-type LED headlights; front and rear parking sensors; a color heads-up display; a solar glass roof (for additional charging of both the 12-volt and hybrid batteries; leather upholstery; heated steering wheel; auto-dimming rearview mirror with Homelink; rain-sensing windshield wipers; driver’s seat and side-mirror memory system, and a 10.5-inch color touchscreen with navigation.

Standard safety and driver assistance features on all three trims include smart cruise control with full stop-and-go capability; lane keeping assist; lane following assist; driver attention monitoring and warning; blind-spot and rear cross-traffic monitor and alarm; forward collision avoidance assist with pedestrian detection and rear seat occupant alert.

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