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2017 Hyundai Sonata Raleigh, NC


Hyundai Sonata Interior Features

While the Hyundai Sonata won't be able to make your morning commute shorter, or save you from the dreaded Monday, it can make your drive more comfortable. The Sonata has been designed to give you some of the most head, and leg room in its class, and features the most total interior volume in its class with a staggering 122.4 cubic-feet of space. In order to maximize comfort for you and your co-pilot, the Sonata features a customizable micro-climate in the front. The engineer at Hyundai know that you won't always agree with your copilot on the set temperature, you'll each be able to choose a setting that is right for you.

In order to keep you comfortable on any drive, the Hyundai Sonata features available heated and cooled front seats. These are perfect for those random chilly days that we always seem to get here in North Carolina, or those sweltering summer days when it's incredibly humid outside. Simply press the appropriate button and the seats inside your Sonata will keep you at the perfect temperature throughout your drive. In addition to keeping you warm or cool, the driver's seat can also remember your settings so even if someone else drives your Sonata, you'll be able to get everything back to the way you like it with the press of a button.

Hyundai Sonata Technology

In addition to being one of the most comfortable vehicles on the road, the Hyundai Sonata is also one of the smartest vehicles you'll ever drive. The Sonata is compatible with both Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ so all you'll need to do is sync up your compatible smartphone when you want to bring all your favorite apps, music, contacts and much more with you everywhere you go. You can even make calls without having to grab or look down at your phone thanks to the voice-recognition software.

To keep you and your family safe and sound while you're out driving, the available Blind Spot Detection feature has your back, literally. Sensors located along the sides and back of the car are able to keep an eye on the areas alongside your Sonata that you may not be able to see with the side-view mirrors. If you're driving along and another vehicle enters into one of your blind spots, the system will send you both an audible and visual alert to inform you that it isn't safe to switch lanes at the moment.