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6 best things about the 2021 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Limited

Giving you all the highlighting features of the newest Sonata Hybrid from Hyundai.

17w ago

I recently had the keys to the new 2021 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Limited and I want to go through all of the best features of this hybrid vehicle.

It's fuel economy

I think we should start with the whole reason to be a hybrid vehicle - to up those miles per gallon. The 2021 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Limited gets an EPA fuel economy of Combined/City/Highway: 47/45/51 mpg.

Solar roof

For performance vehicles, you might expect some carbon fiber on the roof. In a hybrid or electric car, it is simply a waste of space that Hyundai has remedied in the top trim of the Sonata. You get a solar roof. It is really two big solar panels put together, but the result is the same - to collect energy to charge the battery.

Full digital display

The digital display in the Sonata Hybrid Limited is crisp, clear, and visually appealing. It drastically changes depending in which of the 4 drive modes you are in (Eco, Smart, Sport, and Custom) and provides that futuristic feel a hybrid fuel efficient vehicle should.

Looks pretty good for a hybrid vehicle

I will be honest. There are some ugly hybrid or even electric vehicles since the push for more fuel efficient vehicles. Remove the hybrid badge and you probably wouldn't give it another thought that this thing is hybrid until I pop the hood to reveal all those orange cables.

Comfortable driving experience

The 2021 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Limited isn't going to win awards for the most space, but it does provide a healthy amount for this over 6 foot reviewer to comfortably cruise around town in.

Hybrid screens/information

Part of what is appealing for both hybrid or electric vehicles is the exact savings or power usage your vehicle is putting our or earning through efficient driving. In the 2021 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Limited you get a hybrid screen which allows you to see detailed flow of energy from the engine, the battery, even that solar roof I mentioned.

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Comments (7)

  • Eddie Brooks, I was wondering the same thing.

      3 months ago
    • Not made by British Leyland, so that can't be it... 😉

        3 months ago
  • I wonder what happened to the metallic trim around the driver door window. 🤔

      3 months ago
  • Don’t forget the 10yr/100,000 mile warranty

      3 months ago
  • Solar roof! About time.

    Knob on the screen? YES, THIS!

      3 months ago
  • It does have a rather smooth design, nice, conservative, timeless.

      3 months ago