> GUEST wrote:
> Found this link to the 2008 Sonata. Might be of interest to
> Hyundai says that for the first time, its 2008 Sonata sedan will be
offered with a four-cylinder engine in all trim levels.
> The popular V-6
engine will remain available on its GLS, SE, and
> Limited editions as the
Sonata returns for a third model year in
> current body style.
> With a spacious interior that's larger than any of the mid-size
competition, the Sonata GLS sports a 2.4-liter
> engine with 162
horsepower. Its base price of $18,195 includes
> stability and traction
control, anti-lock brakes, side curtain
> airbags, and a large 16.3-cubic-foot
trunk. New premium seat cloth
> found inside, along with AM/FM/XM/CD/MP3
audio, air conditioning,
> cruise control, and a tilt steering wheel. Hyundai's
> V-6 is available on this model for a base price of $21,645.
> The next step up the range is the $19,895 Sonata SE, which is
> with either engine. It also adds 17-inch alloy wheels with
> tires, a spoiler, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a power
seat, along with a five-speed automatic transmission on the V-6
> models. Also
added on SE models are steering-wheel audio controls,
> chrome trim, a
telescoping steering wheel, and a trip computer.
> The $22,995
Sonata Limited is also offered in four- or six-cylinder
> versions. It gets a
standard CD changer and subwoofer/amplifier, a
> power driver seat, and heated
front seats. The sole option is a
> All Sonatas come
with Hyundai's five-year, 60,000-mile
five-year, 60,000-mile comprehensive
warranty in NOT comprehensive. They
refused to repair my warped
rotors so I call it their "repair what they want to"