Over the past 20 years Hyundai has gone from the Little League all the way up to the World Series. With models like the budget minded Accent to mid-size sedans such as the Sonata and Azera all the way to its big gun, the Genesis. Their strategy for penetrating the US automotive market has been executed with precision and the results are paying off.
One of the cars that helped cement Hyundai as a major player in the US market was its mid-size sedan, the Sonata. Now in it’s sixth generation the new Sonata has evolved into a major competitor for cars like the Honda Accord and Toyota Camary, two names that virtually owned the market 10 years ago.
For 2011 Hyundai up’d the ante once again by getting an even firmer grasp on what Americans wanted in a nicely appointed mid-size family sedan. The guys over at Motorauthority.com had a chance to run the new 2011 Sonata through it’s paces and seemed to have come away pretty impressed.
Check out their thoughts at Motorauthority.com