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Hyundai’s all new Sonata should be causing its opposition some sleepless nights. Consigning its predecessor’s quirky aesthetics to history, the newcomer’s larger, more attractive “euro” style is just the ticket to generate some showroom traffic. Mix typical Korean value for money with an impressive list of standard safety features, and you have a package set to tug at the purse strings of medium and family car buyers

There’s more than enough interior space, the light grey trim adding to the roomy feel. Don’t worry about finding homes for everything there is a good sized glovebox and door pockets plus a useful centre console box. Most importantly a “curry hook” is standard fit keeping the take-away secure.

Luggage is easily accommodated in the huge boot. For longer loads the lockable 60:40 split rear seat provides added room. Unlocking the seat means reaching into the boot to flick the lock, and that is quite a stretch.

The firm front seats feel a bit miserly compared to the car’s generous interior dimensions. Lateral support is sparse, and the lumbar adjustment can be clumsy to use. Some additional width and padding wouldn’t go astray. They’re not uncomfortable, but could be better. Getting the steering wheel just right can be a niggle; the height adjuster moves in definite increments which may not suit everyone. If you’re travelling in the rear you certainly haven’t drawn a short straw. Even with the front seats set at the limits of their travel rear legroom and footspace is excellent.


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