Hyundai Sonata manuals

Hyundai Sonata manuals

The Hyundai Sonata is a comfortable and likable midsize sedan that proves Hyundai can build cars that are not just easy on the pocketbook, but also easy to live with as well. Like most vehicles in the midsize sedan class, the Sonata offers front-wheel drive, numerous safety features and a choice of trim levels that include sporty and plush variants. Setting the Sonata apart, however, is Hyundai's lower pricing and outstanding warranty coverage. For the most part, the Sonata has kept getting better. The current model, in particular, is not only a fully competitive choice for a family sedan, but a standout among its peers. In addition to the strong value proposition, it adds a few things previously not seen in this conservative nameplate -- namely, daring styling and sporty driving dynamics. Newer pre-owned Sonatas are also a solid choice, but models prior to 2006 remain a risky used-car proposition.

Manuals for all generetions of Hyundai Sonata car

Sixth generation YF (2011Ц2014) The Sonata was available at launch in three specifications, each powered by a new direct-injection 2.4-litre four-cylinder petrol engine that, with 148kW and 250Nm, delivered more performance than all of its rivals in the mainstream mid-size sedan segment. The sedan-only, front-wheel drive Sonata landed with a higher than expected starting price that pitched it directly against Suzuki's all-new Kizashi and the recently-facelifted Mazda6.
Fifth generation NF (2004Ц2010) Arguably the best Hyundai sold in USA to date, the fourth-generation Sonata impressed with its pleasant styling inside and out, big quality and presentation strides and amenable – though far from class-leading – driving dynamics. Two engines driving the front wheels were again offered – a new 118kW/219Nm 2.4-litre twin-cam 16-valve four-cylinder unit, as well as a new 3.3-litre DOHC 24V variable-valve V6 delivering 173kW and 304Nm.
Fourth generation EF (1999Ц2005) The fourth generation Sonata was a complete departure from its smooth predecessor, with a mish-mash of curvy and edgy American-inspired design, flanked by bug-eyed headlight and tail-light treatments. Happily, it all gelled together better underneath with improved engines, a stronger platform, better suspension and steering properties, higher safety levels and advances in ride and refinement qualities.
Third generation Y3 (1993Ц1998) The third generation Sonata was Hyundai’s big gamble to secure the huge American Camry market. Its pleasant styling, spacious cabin and much-improved handling, ride and refinement levels (thanks to an advanced multi link rear suspension set up) certainly brought the model back into contention.
Second generation Y2 (1988Ц1993) The medium-sized, front-wheel drive, four-cylinder Sonata arrived here in March 1989. It was only the second South Korean car sold here, competing against the similar-sized Toyota Camry and Mitsubishi Magna. The spacious five-seater sedan came in GL (with power steering and cloth trim), mid-range GLE (with power windows, central locking, folding rear seat and better audio), and luxury GLS variants, the latter often equipped with climate control air-conditioning, cruise control and alloy wheels.