Hyundai Sonata USD Sold
Hyundai
2013 2013 Sonata
KMHEC4A49DA093103
Contact Details:
Main address: 28303 NC Fayetteville US,
Vehicle ID 264891315-12

Used SOLD: 2013 Hyundai Sonata

VIN:
KMHEC4A49DA093103
Vehicle:
SOLD: 2013 Hyundai Sonata
Color:
Venetian Red Pe / Camel
Mileage:
90,529
Location:
Fayetteville, NC
Zip:
Listed:
SOLD
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2. 4L 4-Cylinder Atkinson-Cycle Hybrid. Free Car Washes for Life%2521Recent Arrival%2521 Venetian Red Pearl 2013 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid FWD 6-Speed Automatic with Shiftronic 2. 4L 4-Cylinder Atkinson-Cycle Hybrid40/36 Highway/City MPGReviews%3A%2A If you' re in the market for a mid-size sedan and the usual suspects fail to arouse your emotions, the 2013 Hyundai Sonata could be the perfect choice. Given its generous level of standard equipment, its lengthy warranty and rising residual values, the Sonata offers perhaps the best value of the group. Source%3A KBB.com'>Visit my site%2A Comfortable and handsome cabin with simple controls; solid acceleration for a hybrid sedan; lengthy warranty. Source%3A Edmunds Option Group 01,Multi-Adjustable Heated Front Bucket Seats,Special Design Premium Cloth Seating Surfaces,Radio%3A Autonet AM/FM/XM/CD/MP3 Audio System,Carpeted Floor Mats,270V Lithium Polymer Battery,Anti-Lock Braking System %28ABS%29,Metalgrain Interior Accents,Front,Front Seat Side & Curtain Airbags,Automatic Light Control,Hyundai Blue Link Telematics System,Integrated Bluetooth w/Phonebook Transfer,Chrome Exterior Door Handles,Bodyside Molding Tinted Chrome Inserts,Dual Automatic Temperature Control,Front Fog Lights,Unique Tinted Chrome Front Grille,Chrome Interior Door Handles,Active Front Head Restraints,Headlight LED Accents,Hybrid Starter-Generator %28HSG%29,Power Heated Instrument Cluster,Leatherette Interior Panel Door Inserts,Permanent Magnet High-Power Density Motor,Proximity Entry w/Push Button Start,Power Windows,Power Locks,Remote Keyless Entry/Alarm & Immobilizer,Side Mirror-Mounted Turn Signal Indicators,Solar Control Glass,Tilt & Telescopic Steering Wheel,Traction Control System,LED Taillights,4. 2 Color TFT Multi-Function Trip Computer,Floor Console Mounted Rear Vents,Virtual Engine Sound System %28VESS%29,SiriusXM Satellite Radio,4-Wheel Disc Brakes,6 Speakers,Air Conditioning,Electronic Stability Control,Front Bucket Seats,ABS brakes,Alloy


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A relative newcomer to the American marketplace, Hyundai is a Korean automaker with a product line that has improved greatly over the past decade. Hyundai cars and SUVs provide a high level of content for an affordable price, and are currently backed by one of the industry's longest warranties.

In 1947, Chung Ju Yung founded the Hyundai Civil Engineering Company. Mere months later, the outfit was bombed in the Korean War. However, the company regained its footing to distinguish itself as one of Korea's leading construction enterprises during the 1950s.

By the late 1960s, Chung had turned his attention to the automobile industry. The Korean government at that time believed that it made more sense to import vehicles than produce them domestically, and had made its opinion known. Still, Chung opted to follow his own convictions, and in 1967, he founded the Hyundai Motor Company.

The company quickly established an alliance with one of the industry's oldest automakers, signing a two-year contract with Ford in 1968 to share assembly technology. Hyundai's first car, the Cortina, was created from that partnership. The manufacturer's first car to be designed and built in Korea was the compact Pony (although the car was based on Japanese technology courtesy of Mitsubishi). The vehicle made its debut in 1974, and the following year Hyundai began exporting it to overseas markets.

Hyundai entered the U.S. market in 1986 with the introduction of its subcompact Excel. The car was an immediate hit, with its supreme affordability being a primary selling point. More than 100,000 Excels were sold stateside in the first seven months. By 1988, Hyundai had begun to produce cars using its own technology. The midsize Sonata was the first fruit borne of this endeavor.

Unfortunately, Hyundai's nascent image was soon tarnished by the poor durability and reliability of its vehicles. Sales tanked. However, rather than abandon the American market in the '90s, Hyundai chose to invest heavily in new product designs and improvements in overall quality and reliability. In 1998, Hyundai also purchased Kia, another Korean automaker, to expand its business and economies of scale.

It all started to pay off by the start of the new millennium, with the 2001 Elantra in particular showing massive improvements in overall quality, reliability and performance. Other models followed suit and the desirability of Hyundai cars increased sharply. Providing an extraordinarily long warranty period didn't hurt either.

Today's lineup is indicative of Hyundai's complete turnaround. Hyundai has a vehicle for nearly every segment, including the economical Accent subcompact, the popular Elantra compact, the midsize Sonata sedan (also available as a hybrid), sporty Genesis and Veloster coupes and a couple of stylish SUVs. Hyundai has also expanded into the entry-level and premium-level luxury sedan markets with its Genesis and Equus sedans. Having gone from being the butt of late-night TV jokes in the 1980s to a well-respected manufacturer of quality vehicles, Hyundai has created a very inspiring rags-to-riches story.