2011 Sonata Will be Lowest Priced Hybrid Sedan
For those looking to buy an affordable hybrid sedan, next year is looking good.
The 2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid has only one trim, and it will start at $25,795, excluding a $750 destination charge.
That price makes the Sonata Hybrid the most affordable mid-size hybrid on the market.
It gets an EPA rating of 35 mpg city, 40 mpg highway, and comes standard with 16-inch aluminum wheels, LED headlight accents, LED taillights, front fog lights, push-button start, remote keyless entry, dual automatic climate control and a 4.2-inch LCD screen in the gauge cluster.
The Premium Package ($30,795) includes a panoramic sunroof, 17-inch wheels, navigation system, backup camera, premium stereo, leather seats and auto-dimming mirrors.
The Hyundai hybrid will go on sale in January, missing out on the $1,300 federal tax credit that expires Dec 31.
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