The 2020 Hyundai Sonata Is Really Worth Its Price Tag
Daniel Fernandez, dsf.my
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In the news this week, a news report finds that many more Malaysians are unfortunately selling their 'lightly used' cars in light of the pandemic, Geely and Mercedes-Benz ties up a partnership to develop small hybrid powertrains, and the U.S. Consumer Reports Auto Reliability Survey of 2020 finds that Mazda is their most reliable car manufacturer. We then go through a host of interesting launches from Honda, such as the City Hatchback, the Civic Prototype and the N-One Kei Car, before discussing the sporty Subaru BR-Z and the bodacious Mercedes-Maybach S-Class.
Our car review this week sees us talk about the bold, all-new 2020 Hyundai Sonata. With its handsome and striking looks, a fantastically designed and built interior, and an entire booklet of technological features, can it sway traditional buyers of the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, and even the BMW 320i?
Well, we think it can. It's probably the best-bang-for-buck car out there today - offering an unproblematic, comfortable, luxurious and tech-driven commute.
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Categories: Business Analysis, Auto
Tags: Used Cars, Automotive Industry, COVID-19, Proton, Mercedes-Benz, Consumer Reports, Geely, Mazda, Volvo, Honda, Kei Cars, Subaru, Maybach, S-Class, Hyundai, Sonata, Korean Cars, Camry, Accord,