When Hyundai rolled out their outrageously styled Sonata three years ago, car buyers took notice. It's eye-catching exterior styling, well-appointed interior and affordable price was just what a lot of family sedan buyers wanted.
Few will admit it, but carmakers sat up and paid attention, too. However, Andy Palmer, Nissan executive vice president for global planning, doesn't mind telling the world that his company certainly saw the significance of the midsize Korean sedan.
Posted on 09.22.2010 16:30 by Bryan Usrey Filed under: Hyundai | sedan | industry news | midsize cars | Hyundai Sonata | Cars | Car News We have had nothing but good things to say about the new Hyundai Sonata, expect of course for t... Read Post
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., July 7, 2009 – Hyundai Sonata beat out competitors Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima for the top spot of “Best Budget Family Car” by ConsumerSearch.com, a Web site that analyzes expert and... Read Post