Both the 2020 Hyundai Sonata and 2021 Hyundai Elantra are entirely revamped and couple flashy style with innovative craftsmanship and excellent smart technology. Hyundai is making a solid argument for the car. Whether you’re searching for power and agility or safety and fuel-efficiency, Hyundai saw to it you were covered. Our company believes there’s an ideal Hyundai for every person. With 2 extremely anticipated Hybrid debuts expected for later on this year, Hyundai is upping their game in a large way and reinventing what you enjoy about Hyundai. The existing Hyundai Sonata Limited has been earning admirers on the road since the Fall of ’19. The 2021 Hyundai Elantra Limited is expected to be launched this autumn. The 2021 Elantra will have a Hybrid version for the very first time later this year.
The choice to drive a sedan or a Hybrid used to be purely functional, then came Hyundai. With their sexy new redesigns, you could find yourself buying a Hyundai to stand apart. Aesthetically Hyundai sedans have been remodeled for a more flowing and stylish look. The new 2021 Elantra is underpinned by a brand-new architecture that stretches the wheelbase virtually an inch, and adds 2 inches in total length, making what Hyundai calls an “immersive cocoon” with lower, broader structures from the door to the center console.
The cabin is full of special touches including slim air vents, 64-color mood lights, a driver-oriented design, and a high console. If you’re seeking appeal and brains, the 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid has earned the 2020 IIHS® Top Safety Pick when geared up with LED projector headlamps.
Both vehicles have a myriad of opulent touches, like heated and ventilated seats, moonroof, immersive stereo, standard wireless CarPlay and Android Auto, and more. For purchasers looking for performance and aiming to do so with more charisma, both the 2021 Elantra and 2020 Sonata are exceptional alternatives.
The 2020 Hyundai Sonata Limited comes standard with a 180hp 1.6L Intercooled Turbo GDI 4-cylinder engine, while the 2021 Elantra Limited shall include a 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder engine.
The 2020 Sonata Limited can get 36 miles per gallon freeway. While the EPA hasn’t released fuel economy expectations on the 2021 Elantra Limited, it is anticipated to do remarkably well, with an estimated 41mpg on the freeway. For the hybrid model, the Elantra will pack a 1.6L engine coupled with an electrical motor, making it both fuel-efficient and effective. The new 2020 Sonata Hybrid has the option to add a solar array roofing system, which boosts driving range by around 2 miles daily and helps to keep the 12-volt and hybrid batteries charged. You might get as high as 700 additional miles of battery power a year with this unique feature. Hyundai anticipates the Elantra Hybrid will be rated at over 50mpg combined, while the Sonata Hybrid has a 686-mile driving range with around 50 miles per gallon combined also. With a six-speed DCT, the 2021 Elantra should make for a rather different driving experience than other hybrids, which usually use CVTs.(MPG source: hyundaiusa.com)
If you’re big on safety and security, Hyundai has you covered. Hyundai has integrated among the most innovative suites of impressive driver and traveler safety options available today. Hyundai SmartSense® which comes standard on both the 2021 Elantra Limited and 2020 Sonata Limited, it offers Driver Attention Warnings, Forward Collision-Avoidance Assistance w/ Pedestrian Detection, Lane Keeping Assist, Rear Occupant Alert, and Automatic High Beam Assist. Optional features consist of Smart Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go, Blind-Spot Collision Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Warning, Rear Automatic Braking, and Safe Exit Warning that signals you if there is a car approaching from behind as passengers open the door.
The 2021 Hyundai Elantra Limited comes with Bose Premium Audio, Wireless Charging, and will include SoundHound Voice Recognition®, a brand-new level of comfort and safety technology that hears your voice and does what you ask. Have it roll open, open your trunk, heat your seats, and several beneficial things. All you need to do is ask.
Both the 2020 Sonata Limited and the 2021 Elantra Limited come geared up with Apple CarPLay & Android Auto plus Hyundai Digital Key. All new for Elantra, both cars offer the Hyundai Digital Key which enables you to lock and unlock your doors, and turn on the engine all from your compatible smart device utilizing NFC (near-field communication). This is an uncommon option usually related to premium luxury cars. You can also share your Hyundai Digital Key with friends and family via the free application.
With a seemingly unlimited supply of cutting edge safety options and interesting driving characteristics, both the 2020 Sonata Limited and the 2021 Elantra Limited are excellent, attractive, and definitely genius. Whether you’re in the marketplace for power and efficiency, or just to go the distance, both are outstanding choices to be your new Hyundai.
|2020 Sonata Limited 1.6T||VS.||2021 Elantra Limited|
|1.6L Intercooled Turbo Regular Unleaded GDI 4-cylinder engine (standard)
||Available Engines||2.0-liter inline-4(standard)
|8-speed automatic transmission (Standard)
10-speed automatic transmission(available)
|Transmissions||CVT transmission (Standard)|
|180 @ 5500 rpm / 195 @ 1500 rpm
|147 horsepower and 132 lb-ft of torque|
|Daytime running lamps (standard)
LED Headlamps (Standard)
Full LED Taillights
|Exterior Lighting||Full LED Headlights(Standard)|
|18-inch alloys with 235/45 R18 tires(Standard)||Wheels||18″ Designer Wheel(Standard)|
|Panoramic sunroof||Sunroof||Panoramic Sunroof(Available)|
|12.3-inch digital gauge cluster (Standard)
|Multimedia||8-inch color touch screen(Standard)
|Rear Backup Camera (Standard)||Cameras||Rear Backup Camera (Standard)|
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