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Stamford Hyundai

85 Magee Ave
Directions Stamford, CT 06902

  • Service: (888) 420-0511
  • Parts: (877) 285-1048
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Compare The Hyundai Sonata vs The Competition - Camry, Accord, & Altima - in Stamford, CT

Versus Honda Accord

With a wide array of vehicles to consider within the midsize sedan market, our team at Stamford Hyundai is here to make the choice easier with our impressive slate of Hyundai Sonata models. Exploring our inventory for the right model has never been easier for drivers in the Stamford area, as each Sonata comes well-equipped with an long list of standard features and a standard for quality that tends to go unmatched by its peers. While the Honda Accord can offer a similar balance of performance and ride quality, our customers in Fairfield, Norwalk, or Greenwich can expect to find greater success with the Sonata.

Hyundai Sonata vs Honda Accord:

  • Thanks to the wide range of powertrains available under the hood of the Hyundai Sonata, including one for both the Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid, those who consider a Honda Accord miss out on the variety at our dealership. Despite this contrast in engines available, the performance of both of their base 2.4-liter four-cylinder engines are locked at 185-horsepower. If you prefer a greater display of fuel savings, the Sonata Eco is the best choice between the two for heightened fuel efficiency.
  • The top-tier 3.5-liter V6 engine of the Honda Accord produces 278-horsepower and 252 pound-feet of torque in order to best the performance of the Sonata's top powertrain. However, you can expect to spend nearly $32,000 in order to experience its slightly more potent ride. While the 245-horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque performance from the Sonata's Sport 2.0T trim isn't the exact same as the Accord, it does only cost $27,425 for a ride that critics and customers has found relatively comparable in overall quality.
  • When it comes to standard included features, the Hyundai Sonata wastes little time making a positive impression with its wide assortment of base level benefits. While both the Sonata and Accord offer Bluetooth® integration, a rearview camera and a user-friendly infotainment system, the Sonata stands out with Apple CarPlay™, Android Auto™, brake assist, and the strength of their BlueLink system with smartphone connectivity.
  • The Hyundai Sonata strives to avoid confusion with interested buyers by providing them with a shorter list of dedicated trim levels. From the fuel efficiency of the Eco trim level to the wider display of performance and comfort from the Sport and Limited trim levels, the Sonata is able to appeal to more specific needs with each of its available models. The Accord can often end up more confusing with its hierarchical system of letter trim name, which can get confusing when telling the difference between a sedan or coupe model.

At the heart of the Hyundai Sonata lies one of the highest ranking models in its class, thanks to the sheer amount of strengths and benefits that make it the go-to sedan for drivers in White Plains and New Rochelle, NY. If you're interested in finding the right model to please your needs in the greater Stamford area, our staff members are the best resource to trust for advice and guidance towards our latest Sonata models. Make the trip to stop by and explore the options available at 85 Magee Avenue today!

Versus Toyota Camry

As one of the most competitive market segments in the automotive industry, the midsize sedan market continues to ripen with new models for Stamford drivers to choose from. Our staff at Stamford Hyundai understands the demand and is eager to guide our local Fairfield, Norwalk and Greenwich customers towards our selection of Hyundai Sonata models. As one of the most determined and outfitted vehicles to choose from, both in its class and at our dealership, drivers can expect a performance and experience that can best the ever-popular appeal of the Toyota Camry.

Hyundai Sonata vs Toyota Camry:

  • While both vehicles start off with respectively similar base engines, the standard performance of the Hyundai Sonata is able to appeal to those with peppier ride quality in their sights. While the 178-horsepower and 170 pound-feet of torque offered by the Toyota Camry is admirable, it can't compete with the smooth ride from the 185-horsepower and 178 pound-feet of torque offered by the Sonata for a more affordable price.
  • For those fully invested in the midsize sedan market with a need for a higher performance, the available 2.0-liter turbocharged engine of the Sonata can satisfy that desire without being forced to set too high of a price tag with its affordable cost of $27,435. While the Camry can please fans of larger engines with its 3.5-liter V6, you can expect to find a performance with 23-horsepower and less torque than the Sonata Sport model. For a cost of $32,255, the Camry's V6 engine might not be worth the investment.
  • The Sonata has won over countless interested buyers with its wealth of interior high-tech features. While our customers will find that the Camry and Sonata bothoffer Bluetooth®, a rearview camera, six speakers and a USB port, our selection of Sonata models separate themselves with the inclusion of Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ smartphone integration. Not to mention that the Hyundai BlueLink infotainment system is able to offer more user-friendly experience than that of the Toyota's Entune system - with a bigger touch screen to boot.
  • While the Sonata can claim better crash test scores from the NHTSA than the Camry, Toyota's sedan was able to claim a Top Safety Pick+ designation over the Sonata - despite the similar scores from the IIHS. Both models display impressive ranges of safety features, but the Sonata is able to experience greater success with the available rear park assist, automatic high beams and automatic emergency braking features.

At the heart of the Hyundai Sonata lies one of the highest ranking models in its class, thanks to the sheer amount of strengths and benefits that make it the go-to sedan for drivers in White Plains and New Rochelle, NY. If you're interested in finding the right model to please your needs in the greater Stamford area, our staff members are the best resource to trust for advice and guidance towards our latest Sonata models. Make the trip to stop by and explore the options available at 85 Magee Avenue today!

Versus Nissan Altima

The quest for the right midsize sedan has never been more difficult for drivers throughout Stamford, which makes the job that we do at Stamford Hyundai more important than ever. With our extensive new inventory of models, we've been able to impress potential buyers from Fairfield, Norwalk and Greenwich into considering the appeal offered by the Hyundai Sonata. As one of the most well-balanced choices in its class, the Sonata can confident take on a challenge from any model - including the latest Nissan Altima model.

Hyundai Sonata vs Nissan Altima

  • Both the Hyundai Sonata and Nissan Altima provide drivers with a base engine performance that are similar, but their distinct differences gives a greater edge to the former. Not only can you expect a bit more power from the 2.4-liter under the hood of a standard Sonata model, but that slight edge will also bring in over $1,000 in savings compared to the starting price of the Altima.
  • If you're focused on claiming a more potent powertrain for your vehicle, you can expect either the Sonata or Altima to have a method to do so. While the Altima can impress with a 270-horsepower and 251 pound-feet of torque performance from its 3.5-liter V6 engine, the Sonata is able to stay competitive with its 245-horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque performance from the 2.0-liter turbocharged option. While the Sonata comes up close to matching the Altima, the difference between the two isn't worth nearly $5,000 in extra costs.
  • While our Hyundai Sonata models excel in regards to their infotainment system and high-tech standard features, the Nissan Altima suffers from the opposite of our praises. It can't boast the convenience of Apple CarPlay™ or Android Auto™ like the Sonata, and you'll only be able to find that level of hands-free success inside one of our many Sonata vehicles.
  • Both the Sonata and Altima make excellent strides in terms of driver and passenger safety, but the former stands out with a wider range of available features to take advantage of. From Automatic High Beam and Rear Park Assist to Adaptive Cruise Control and Forward Collision Braking with Pedestrian Detection, the Hyundai Sonata is more eager to display its active need to keep you safe than the Altima can claim to be.

At the heart of the Hyundai Sonata lies one of the highest ranking models in its class, thanks to the sheer amount of strengths and benefits that make it the go-to sedan for drivers in White Plains and New Rochelle, NY. If you're interested in finding the right model to please your needs in the greater Stamford area, our staff members are the best resource to trust for advice and guidance towards our latest Sonata models. Make the trip to stop by and explore the options available at 85 Magee Avenue today!

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Stamford Hyundai

85 Magee Ave
Directions Stamford, CT 06902

  • Sales: (866) 819-4014
  • Service: (888) 420-0511
  • Parts: (877) 285-1048

Hours

  • Monday 9:00AM-7:00PM
  • Tuesday 9:00AM-7:00PM
  • Wednesday 9:00AM-7:00PM
  • Thursday 9:00AM-7:00PM
  • Friday 9:00AM-6:00PM
  • Saturday 9:00AM-6:00PM
  • Sunday 12:00noon-4pm