A Glance a the New 2021 Sonata

Greenway Hyundai Orlando – 2021 Sonata

Not only does the Hyundai Sonata possess the main attributes of a midsize sedan, such as spaciousness and remarkable fuel economy, but it also comes with a ton of tech features and the best warranty coverage around. The 2021 model year welcomes an additional trim level, as well as a revision of standard features availability across all available models, which are the following:

SE: At the SE trim level, the 2021 Hyundai Sonata receives a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder powerplant with an output of 191 horsepower and 181 lb-ft of torque. The engine is joined to an eight-speed automatic transmission for smooth shifts. The two rows of cloth-trimmed seats accommodate up to five people, and the infotainment system uses an 8-inch touchscreen to integrate the following features:
• Six speakers
• AM/FM radio
• Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration
• USB port for charging or playing content from mobile devices
• Bluetooth wireless connectivity for hands-free phone calling and audio streaming
The SE comes with seven airbags for crash prevention. However, there’s a robust list of technologies to help prevent a crash from occurring. Such driver safety aids include the following:
• Rearview camera with rear parking sensors
• Adaptive cruise control
• Automatic high beams
• Forward collision warning
• Driver attention monitoring
• Pedestrian detection
• Forward automatic emergency braking
• Lane departure warning
• Lane keep assist
• Lane tracing assist
SEL: An elevation from the base-level SE, the SEL gains eight-way power on the driver’s seat and heating ability on both front seats. Remote keyless entry is upgraded to a smart key system for unlocking the doors by having the key fob on your person, and automatic climate controls are added on the front passenger side. For infotainment, the SEL receives HD Radio digital tuning and Hyundai’s Blue Link telematics system for a range of remote functions. Also worth noting is the introduction of the Hyundai Digital Key app for remotely controlling the Sonata from a distance using Bluetooth technology.
SEL PLUS: The mid-level SEL Plus model gains Nappa leather-and-suede seat material (in place of cloth), leather wrapping on the steering wheel (in place of urethane), a 12.3-inch digital instrumentation display, auto-dimming ability on the rearview mirror, a garage-door opener, and wireless charging ability. In addition, the 1.6-liter turbo-four has its output numbers flipped to 180 horsepower and 195 lb-ft of torque, and the transmission gains paddle shifters for increased gear-shifting convenience.
N LINE: New for 2021, the N Line is geared toward customers who want a performance-focused Sonata model. Only the N Line has a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, which produces 290 horsepower and 311 lb-ft of torque for faster acceleration, as well as the accompanying wet dual-clutch transmission for a combination of the convenience of an automatic gearbox and the fuel efficiency of a manual. Steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters provide gear shifting convenience; you can operate the transmission from the steering wheel, rather than reach for the gear shift. Other features unique to the N Line include the following:
• Black-finished grille
• Dual exhaust system
• Aluminum sport pedals
• Racing-style Nappa leather-and-suede front seats with red contrast stitching
At the N Line trim level, infotainment is enhanced with the addition of a trial subscription to SiriusXM Radio and the upgrade of the interface to a 10.25-inch color touchscreen navigation system.
LIMITED: While the Limited is the top-of-the-line trim on the 2021 Sonata, bear in mind that it reverts to the SEL’s engine configuration. Other than that, the Limited includes the following unique features:
• Front-seat cooling
• Six-way power on the front passenger seat
• Steering-wheel heating ability
• Leather upholstery
• 12-speaker Bose premium stereo system
• Leather-appointed dashboard
• Head-up display
• Panoramic sunroof
• Reverse automatic emergency braking
• Blind spot monitoring
• Surround-view parking camera system (in place of the rearview camera)
• Front parking sensors (in addition to the rear parking ones)
• Remote parking assist
• Highway driving assist

So, if you are ready to try out the 2021 Sonata, get started with us at Greenway Hyundai in Orlando. At Greenway Hyundai, we take pride in serving the residents of Orlando and beyond to fulfill their vehicular desires. One of our Orlando specialists will be available to assist you in getting into the 2021 Sonata sedan of your dreams.