Measured owner satisfaction with 2013 Hyundai Sonata after 90-days of ownership.
Interior storage spaces
Styling of gauges and instruments
Owners Don't Like
The problems experienced by owners of the 2013 Hyundai Sonata during the first 90-days of ownership.
Quietness of the vehicle interior
Feeling of safety when driving the vehicle
The vehicle's voice recognition and bluetooth
22 - 24
34 - 35
190 - 274
6 speed, Automatic w/Manual Shift
Gas I4, Turbocharged Gas I4
Front Wheel Drive
2013 Hyundai Sonata Review
Whether you choose the 2.4Liter 2.0 Turbo or the Hybrid the Sonata family of sedans is sure to break you out of the ordinary. The power you crave and the fuel efficacy you desire. The Sonata offers unsurpassed standard horsepower with two of the most powerful 4-cylinders in its class. It’s the ultimate way to get from point A to point B. Use the navigation system with easy voice recognition or through the interactive touchscreen. Enjoy spectacular sound with the available 400-watt 9 speaker Infiniti audio system. You’ll even get built-in iPod®/USB and auxiliary jacks for added control. Electronic Stability Control Traction Control and an advanced ABS braking system are standard across the board—all of which are designed to help you outmaneuver dangers on the road. And when it comes to protecting passengers the Sonata’s reinforced unibody design and advanced front airbags are there to help in the event of a crash. Thanks to airbags galore 4-wheel antilock brakes front and rear crumple zones and a whole host of modern safety technologies the Sonata received a Top Safety Pick award from the IIHS in addition to being the first midsize family sedan to receive a 5-star crash test rating. The 2013 Hyundai Sonata is simply reinventing the category.