Used Hyundai Sonata Buying Tips
Hyundai Motor Company (and its affiliate Kia Motors Corp.) is -at the time of writing- the fourth largest carmaker in the world.
Based in South Korea, the carmaker runs a production faccility in the USA where it manufactures the widely popular Sonata mid-size sedan, Elantra compact sedan and Santa Fe SUV.
They offer a wide range of new models and a great selection of “second hand” Hyundai cars.
Buying Used Hyundai Sonata
If you’re in a market for a used Hyundai Sonata there are several buying trategies that can make your shopping a simple and hassle-free process.
First, you have to decide on the exact Hyundai Sonata model you’d like to purchase. The Sonata has been available with a wide selection of trims and has offered consumers to choose from various four-cylinder and V6 engines.
Latest version of the Sonata, which hit the market in late 2010, has also been offered with a 2,4L turbo-charged four-cyl. engine and, most recently, Hyundai added a Sonata hybrid to the range.
You should narrow your search down to one trim only and make a decision on the vehicle’s powertrain technology.
Before you make further moves, you should also think of Sonata’s exterior colors. You can choose from a dozen of exterior colors including white, black, silver, red, blue, etc…
Hyundai dealer or private owner?
Where would you like to purchase a used Sonata? You can go out and search for a private owned Sonata or visit a Hyundai dealer in your local area to see the certified used Sonata sedans.
Hyundai dealers offer a certified program for some of their used vehicles. All certified pre-owned Hyundai cars are less than five years old and have less than 60,000 miles and still have the valid warranty.
Just for your information, all Hyundai vehicles have a transferable automotive industry-leading 10-year, 100,000-mile powertrain warranty and roadside assistance.
Used Sonata Pricing
Before you visit a dealership selling used Hyundai Sonatas do your own research on the used car pricing.
You can get the wholesale, retail and private seller prices from online car information providers such as Kelley Blue Book or Cars.com.
However, you should not that those are just the general estimates and real-world prices may vary. Prices on used Hyundai Sonata sedans vary on the vehicle’s current condition, year of production and other factors.